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Carpenter
ShelfGenie of Metro DCMerrifield, VA
Should be skilled with & be able to safely operate/use all carpentry tools including tape measure, rotary laser, string line, circular saw, levels, hammer & nails, chalk line, rotary hammer, square, etc.
Full-time
Last updated 17 hours ago
Carpenter
ShelfGenie of Metro DCFairfax, VA
While the work is only part-time, our clients sometimes need other remodeling and fix-up work in their home, which can lead to additional side work for your contracting company.
Part-time
Last updated 16 hours ago
ShelfGenie of Metro DC: Carpenter
ShelfGenie of Metro DCFairfax, VA
While the work is only part-time, our clients sometimes need other remodeling and fix-up work in their home, which can lead to additional side work for your contracting company.
Last updated 9 days ago
Consultant
ShelfGenie of Metro DCMerrifield, VA
This is an excellent opportunity for Interior Designers, Professional Organizers, Re-modelers, Kitchen Designers, Real Estate Agents, Retail Workers, Single-Parents, or just looking for a great side-hustle.
Last updated 17 days ago
Carpenter
ShelfGenie of Metro DCFairfax, VA
While the work is only part-time, our clients sometimes need other remodeling and fix-up work in their home, which can lead to additional side work for your contracting company.
Last updated 23 days ago
Carpenter Your Boss Is Going to Miss You ShelfGenie of Metro DC Is Hiring
ShelfGenie of Metro DCFairfax, VA
Associated topics: cabinetry, carpenter, door, edgebander, furniture, laminator, nail, sand, saw, wood
Last updated 24 days ago
In Home Design Consultant
ShelfGenie of Metro DCMerrifield, VA
This is an excellent opportunity for Interior Designers, Professional Organizers, Re-modelers, Kitchen Designers, Real Estate Agents, Retail Workers, Single-Parents, or just looking for a great side-hustle.
$1,000 - $3,000 a month
Last updated 30+ days ago
In Home Design Consultant
ShelfGenie of Metro DCFairfax, VA
This is an excellent opportunity for Interior Designers, Professional Organizers, Re-modelers, Kitchen Designers, Real Estate Agents, Retail Workers, Single-Parents, or just looking for a great side-hustle.
Last updated 30+ days ago
Designer
ShelfGenie of Metro DCMerrifield, VA
This is an excellent opportunity for Interior Designers, Professional Organizers, Re-modelers, Kitchen Designers, Real Estate Agents, Retail Workers, Single-Parents, or just looking for a great side-hustle.
Full-time
Last updated 30+ days ago
Designer
ShelfGenie of Metro DCFairfax, VA
This is an excellent opportunity for Interior Designers, Professional Organizers, Re-modelers, Kitchen Designers, Real Estate Agents, Retail Workers, Single-Parents, or just looking for a great side-hustle.
Last updated 30+ days ago
Clinical Operations Consultant (Remote)
BiophaseWashington, DC
Perform quality control activities (i.e., co-monitoring visits, Trial Master File audits)
Remote
Last updated 12 hours ago
Tax Consultant
Alliance SolutionsHerndon, VA
Compliance functions include preparation of state and local Sales and Use Tax returns using Indirect Tax Return Software and ensuring all returns are completed and filed timely and accurately.
Full-time
Last updated 17 hours ago
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