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SIGN INSTALLER/SERVICE TECH POSITION IN THE BEAUTIFUL PNW!

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Sign Installer/Service Tech Position Available

Signs Plus Inc. has been in business in Bellingham Washington since 1992. We consult, design, engineer, manufacture, install, and service all types of signage throughout the Pacific Northwest. At Signs Plus Inc. our employees make the difference. Our goal is to hire the best! If you are hard-working, a self-starter, looking for a challenging and rewarding career with a growing company, with a great future, and meet the following criteria, than we have a position for you!


Requirements:
• Applicant must possess a Journeyman Sign Electrician License from the State of Washington.
• Must take pride in work, have a good eye for detail, and possess a positive, get it done attitude.
• Have a strong work ethic and able to work quickly, efficiently, and accurately in a deadline environment.
• Physically fit, able to lift 75 lbs. and be OK with working at heights and in confined spaces.
• Able to read and understand detailed shop drawings, site plans, and sign location drawings.
• Must have experience operating Crane/Ladder Trucks.
• Must have a clean driving record and a CDL-B license.

 

We offer an excellent Benefits Package that includes the follow: 
• Competitive wage
• 75% paid health insurance for employees after 60 days of employment
• 401K Plan

• Paid holidays and vacation
• Consistent 40-50 hour work weeks all year

A pre-employment background check and drug screen are required.

 

Contact:

Send your resume to: jims@signsplusnw.com

Attn: Jim Sutterfield

Signs Plus Inc

766 Marine Drive

Bellingham, WA 98225

Tel: 360-671-7165

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