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Trainee Sign Maker 15 - 25/hr



Job Description
On the job training with $15/hr starting pay. Earn up to $25/hr with experience.

Qualified apprentice applicant wanted for on the job training to become a Journeyman Sign Maker. Earn while you learn! Training in computer design, car wrapping, metal bending, painting, welding, sign installation and much more.

NO EXPERIENCE NECESSARY
FAST PROMOTION for talented workers
EARN WHILE YOU LEARN

Now hiring an energetic entry level worker to make signs. Use rulers and power tools to cut material and assemble sign components into the finished design. Quality workmanship and attention to detail are essential in this fast paced environment.

Previous fabrication, installation, electric or assembly experience are a plus. Previous sign making experience is great, but we're very happy to train the right applicant. Advancement opportunities are available.

This is NOT an assembly line job. Sign Builders manufactures custom, one of a kind signs for business. Every sign is a unique creation, built from metal, plastic or wood.

REQUIREMENTS:
High school diploma
Valid Hawaii drivers license
Able to lift 75lbs
Able to work on a ladder at heights up to 20'
Able to use power tools and saws
Outstanding character
Love to work with your hands
Good focus and attention to detail

If this sounds interesting to you, now is the time to come on board and help us grow 100% this year. Help us grow and we'll help you make a bundle of money. Get the training, support and respect you deserve.







About Sign Builders
Sign Builders builds signs for Hawai'i business. We're a locally owned kama'aina company, still small enough to remember every customer's first name. Join us and share your talent for making signs.


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