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Electricians need for long term projects in Jacksonville area. Sign on bonus!



Job Description
Must have commercial experience (HELPERS MUST HAVE AT LEAST 2 YEARS IN THE FIELD TRAINING)
Must have all your own tools
Must have your OWN reliable transportation
Must pass pre-employment drug screen

Competitive wages with full health insurance package. Holiday and Vacation pay!!

Send your resume and contact our office to schedule an interview.

WORK BEGINS IMMEDIATELY!!

386-615-6588

EOE/DFWP







About Rams
RAMS' Resource Partnering Group (RPG) has offices in most major population centers throughout the State of Florida providing local, skilled labor and workforce development solutions to our customer base. RPG is a State-Licensed General, Residential, and Electrical Contractor that employs full-time benefited professionals in the electrical, plumbing, mechanical and other skilled trades. RAMS/RPG is a merit organization that provides fully benefited workforces to our customer base. Our customers typically take full advantage of our TEC programs and use JumpStart to reduce project labor costs.

CANDIDATES GO THROUGH RAMS' PROCESSES:

◦Thorough Experience Verification


◦Placement Testing


◦Constant Performance Monitoring


◦Career Development Planning


◦100% Pre-Employment Drug Testing


◦Random Monthly Drug Testing


◦100% Safety Awareness Training


◦Felony background investigations



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