Overview and Essential Functions Overview: Utility Line Locator - Starting rate $20 to $25/hr (will credit for Utility Locating experience) Looking for an opportunity to make a difference? UtiliQuest is now hiring experienced Utility Line Locators Entry level roles for those with related industry experience (such as construction, landscaping, pest control and military veterans) 100% Paid Training Company laptop, phone and equipment Company Vehicle and fuel card Work boot voucher (Red Wing) Advancement opportunities and career growth Military Veterans are encouraged to apply What you’ll do.$20 - $25 an hourFull-time
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