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#Detroit NOW HIRING! Carpentry, Metal Working, General Labor in Southgate, MI $10.00-$12.00 hourly

NOW HIRING! Carpentry, Metal Working, General Labor in Southgate, MI

Salary: $10.00 - $12.00/hourly

Communications, is looking to hire for a temporary project (July-October) at its facility in Southgate. Hours are expected to be full-time (40hr/week) and day shift (7:30am-4:30p), with potential for overtime. Looking for candidates with attention to detail, who are self-motivated and are able to function as a team member.

Carpentry: Must have experience using wood shop/mill room machinery (e.g. drill motor, jig saw, reciprocation saw, circular saw, die grinder, orbital sander, etc.) and basic hand tools.

Metal Fabrication: Must have experience with metal fabrication machinery (press brake, pin benders, shears, saws, MIG/TIG welders). Able to use metal fabrication tools (shears, grinders, hand tools, etc.).

General Labor positions are also available!

Job Requirements:

Must have high school diploma or GED equivalent
Must be able to pass criminal background check and drug screen
Must have reliable transportation
Must have good attendance record at previous positions
Must be able to follow written and verbal directions/instructions in English

Physical Requirements:

Lift up to 50+ lbs on a regular basis
Good Manual Dexterity " Good Hand eye coordination
Standing, sitting, walking, climbing and bending are required. Standing is required for majority of shift.
Tolerate moderate noise level in production/warehouse environment

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