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Carpenter Helper

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Rick PerrigoTorrington, CT
  • Get ahead of others.
  • Job Looking for someone to help with Carpentry and Construction.
  • Must have your own transportation and some basic tools.
  • Pay depends on experience.
  • Job Type: Full-time
  • Experience: relevant: 1 year (Preferred)Carpentry: 1 year (Preferred)carpentry/renovation: 1 year (Preferred) Work Location: Multiple locations Involves the operation of small equipment and tools, including: Cement, plaster, and mortar mixersSawsDrillsPavement breakers and jackhammers

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