Fulltime summer job

Position Type:
Salary Range:
$8.00 - $12.00 Hourly
I am looking to hire 6-8 painters. No experience is required, however you must be willing to work hard and be willing to learn in order to be considered a candidate. Painters must be 18 years of age, not afraid of heights, have a reliable means of transportation and willing to work 40 hours a week outside.
When summer hits, I will begin managing the painting crews to do the actual work in Racine and surrounding areas. ??Here are my positions and pay available:
Painter: $8-$10 per hour?- You will be certified through Sherwin Williams and have a starting wage from which I have the discretion to raise if you prove you're a strong worker. Also, I'm authorized to give a large bonus at the end of the summer if I have been impressed with your work over the summer. (on top of your wage, College Works puts $1 into your account for every hour worked) I'm looking for conscientious people who have attention to detail, won't cut corners, and strive for customer satisfaction.
Crew chief(s): $9-$12 per hour ?- A managerial position. Need 1 to start, and up to 3 by the time we get production in full gear. Will be my go-to whenever I'm at the job site and in charge whenever I'm not. Will have additional responsibility, including but not limited to: client walk arounds, budgeting, training, and inventory management. Will be very selective as it is the most coveted.??Painting will take place during the day during normal working hours. There will also be a marketing and advertising requirement for 2-3 hours per week, either in a weekday afternoon or weekend. Usually around 5-730pm Monday-Friday, and any time on weekends. Again, you can market as much or as little as you want. You can have flexible hours and a fun working environment, not to mention being able to work with your friends.
If any of these positions sound interesting, please go to www.cwpjob.com and input this code: 35991 to apply. If you have any friends who are interested in a full time summer job, please feel free to refer them as well.

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