Carpentry General Labor

Carpentry General Labor

job details:

  • location:Chapin, SC

  • salary:$13 - $15 per hour

  • date posted:Thursday, November 15, 2018

  • experience:Experienced

  • job type:Permanent

  • reference:S_705654

  • questions:brandon. beckner@randstadusa. com803-407-0576

job description

Carpentry General Labor

I am looking for technicians for a full-time position with a company in Chapin, SC for $13-$15/hr. This is a first shift 8:00 am-5:00 pm M-F. Must be willing to work overtime and travel during times of disaster. Dedication is key in this position as you will be required to be there in these times of need. You will help evaluate the damage using technical equipment to record the extent of the damage to prepare reports. You will be required to do basic demolition, carpentry and repairs to re-mediate damages done to the property. These reports will then be used by the restoration team to rebuild, repair, or mitigate the damage. To properly evaluate the issues you may need to explore crawl spaces and attics so you must be okay with small spaces, heat, dirt, etc.


Basic residential demolition and carpentry.

Working hours: 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM


General carpentry. Removing Damaged Drywall, Damaged often by fire or water,






Previous experience in a property restoration role is a plus


Clean Background

Able to pass a drug test

Hard workers and willing to learn.

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