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In Home Assembly Technicians

Company: Merchandisers on Demand 1
Location: Modesto
Posted on: November 23, 2022

Job Description:

Hiring immediately for In Home Assembly technicians (in customers homes)Part TimeW-2Weekly Pay via Direct Depositmust have own transportation and basic hand toolsOur Assembly Technicians assemble common household items such as bookshelves, desks, entertainment centers, grills, fitness equipment, bicycles etc.We are looking for techs who have assembly experience or handyman experience., communication and customer service skills, reliable transportation and a driver's license, a smart phone for reporting as well as your own tools and the ability to work independentlyBasic tools needed are Cordless drill, hammer, mallet, screwdrivers, pliers, tape measure etc.Typically we are assembling in the customers home Monday thru Friday between the hours of 8 am and 5 pm. Occasionally there could be an early evening or weekend assembly that would need to be done.Technicians should be willing to travel within a 30 mile radius from their home. Should you have to drive over 30 miles to a customer's home we will pay you mileage for anything over 30 miles. Mileage is also paid in between customers' homes.If interested the quickest way to apply or get your questions answered is to call we are available 7days a weekKelli office hours 8 am to 10 pm MST or Karen office hours 10 am to 9 pm ESTIf no answer we are on another line please text your name and the job your calling about and we will call you back as soon as we canJob Type: Part-timePay: From $18.00 per hourSchedule: Monday to FridayWork Location: On the road

Keywords: Merchandisers on Demand 1, Modesto , In Home Assembly Technicians, Other , Modesto, California

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