10 JobsDirectional Driller - SupervisorHebert ServicesHouston, MODIRECTIONAL DRILLER / HDD OPERATOR / HORIZONTAL DRILL OPERATOR / UTILITY & PIPE INSTALLS Directional Driller will provide a professional approach to customer service, and oversee directional drilling operations at the rig site.
Directional Driller - SupervisorHebert ServicesHouston, TXAs a result of ongoing growth, we are PLEASED to be hiring a HDD Drilling Supervisor to run our daily Directional Drilling & Boring Crew. Our base office is NW Houston and all of our work sites are all located in the Houston area and surrounding, NO OVERNIGHT TRAVEL required or needed.
Directional Driller - SupervisorHebert ServicesHouston, AKAs a result of ongoing growth, we are PLEASED to be hiring a HDD Drilling Supervisor to run our daily Directional Drilling & Boring Crew. Our base office is NW Houston and all of our work sites are all located in the Houston area and surrounding, NO OVERNIGHT TRAVEL required or needed.
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Landscape LaborerHebert ServicesHouston, TXRepair work - irrigation repair and upgrades, landscape maintenance, repair, replacement and color changes, drainage repairs and clean outs, fencing repairs, grass and sod replacement Full-time
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Irrigation TechnicianHebert ServicesHouston, TXRepair work - irrigation repair and upgrades, landscape maintenance, repair, replacement and color changes, drainage repairs and clean outs, fencing repairs, grass and sod replacement Full-time
SupervisorHebert ServicesHouston, TXRelated keywords: construction, foreman Job Type: Full-time Pay: $17.00 - $20.00 per hour Benefits: Flexible schedule Paid time off Professional development assistance Referral program Schedule: 10 hour shift Monday to Friday Overtime Supplemental Pay: Bonus pay Signing bonus Tips COVID-19 considerations: We take COVID very seriously. $17 - $20 an hour Full-time
Technician DetailerCamping WorldKaty, TXCamping World is your premier one-stop-shop for everything RV. Along with RV parts and accessories, we also offer a full selection of new and used RVs for sale. Full-time
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