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Electrical Sign Installer Silverdale WA

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Sign Journeyman Electrician / Serviceman

Hanson Sign Company, located on the beautiful Kitsap Peninsula in Washington State, has been in business since 1964.  We are known for the great care we take with clients and employees alike. The Sign Electrician will be responsible for ensuring that sign installations and service are executed to code and meet company standards.

Specific Responsibilities include:

Troubleshoot sign issues and determine repair requirements

Install various types of signs and hook up to electrical circuit if required.

Operate with safety as primary concern for team, customer and self

 

Job Requirements:

Journeyman Electrician in Washington 04-Signs or 01 – Commercial.  Out of State applicants can check the requirements at lni.wa.gov/tradeslicensing/electrical/licenseexamed/licensecert.  Click on Electrician.

Valid driver’s license with Class B CDL for airbrakes

Professional appearance and personality

Must be willing to work in attics, crawl spaces and aerial lifts.

 

OTHER ABILITIES:

Safely ascend and descend ladders.

Regularly lift and/or move up to 40 to 50 lbs.

Good mechanical skills set, such as: working with hands, tools, climbing, good sense of balance, bending, kneeling, crouching, etc.

Job Type: Full-time, some overtime and travel.  Hours are 7:30am to 4:00 pm Monday – Friday.

Salary: Depends on experience, $32 - $38 per hour.  Benefits include 100% paid Medical, Dental, 401k, paid vacation and holidays. 

We are willing to help with relocation expenses!

Drug testing and employment physical required.

Contact:  nancyb@hansonsigns.com

Hanson Sign Company, Inc.  PO Box 928  Silverdale WA  98383

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