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Looking for someone with electrical experience, PRIMARILY with the installation and service of lighted signs. Clean driving record is required. CDL helpful but not required upon hire. Drug testing required. Pay based on experience.

Help is needed immediately.

Contact info: Off 615.331.0805 / Cell 615.812.0881

Thank You

Cathie Bozman

Bozman Sign Company Inc.

862 Easthagan Dr.

Nashville TN 37217

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