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Plumber Journeyman

Description

Tradesmen International looking for multiple WA State Journeymen Plumbers to add to our growing elite team for projects in Skagit, Whatcom, Island and Snohomish areas. If you are looking for a really great opportunity, with great wages call and schedule an interview at our local office! Our company is one of the leading construction companies in the country with over 160 offices nationwide we can offer what few companies can: consistent work, top pay, benefits, 401k, PTO and a community of helpful office staff members all working together to keep you working and making the money you deserve! We currently have availability in:- Commercial- Residential

Compensation:- Wage: $45-$55 even up to $70/hr (depending on license and tools) - Hours: 40+- Start: Immediately

Ask about our hiring bonus, must possess a valid WA state Journeyman to qualify.

Requirements

We are looking for:- Active WA state PL01 card- Good work ethic- Reliability

Company Details

Our benefit package includes:Vacation PayHealth insurance including Dental, Vision and prescription planLife insuranceShort-term disability401(k) profit-sharing savings planIncentive programsTool purchase programs

Tradesmen International is an Equal Opportunity Employer (EOE).

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Recruiter Name

Benard Wollin

Location

US-WA-Burlington


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