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Full Time Sign Installer wanted in Connecticut

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Connecticut Sign Service seeking a full time sign installer / service technician.

  • Clean DMVR
  • Full Time, must be willing to work overtime as needed
  • Competitive Benefits


Required experience:

  • Sign Installation 5 years min.


Connecticut Sign Service, LLC 

Deep River, CT 06417


Email John@CTSIGN.com with resume


visit www.CTSIGN.com to see examples of our work.

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