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Electrical Sign Installation and Service personnel needed. Must have Oregon and WA installers license and CDL current. Top pay, vacation, holiday, 401K with employer match, medical and dental. Signing bonus .  Call for an interview 503 777 4555 or email resume to wendy@ramsaysigns.com. Only licensed candidates will be considered.

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