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RAMS/RPG

Calling all Experienced Pipefitters and Sheet Metal Mechanics!!!



Job Description
Come work for a company that is built on consistency! We are looking for reliable, loyal and committed tradesmen to work in the Orlando area as well as the Coast!

RAMS RPG employs full time benefited professionals. Our staff are paid weekly, no bank? No worries, we have a pay card in house for you to get paid immediately after the work week. Benefits, 401k and AFLAC are available. We also have educational opportunities available for you and jobs to keep you consistently working.

We are currently looking for pipefitters & sheet metal mechanics for the Coast. This particular position requires at least 2 yrs of experience. Pay is dependent on skill set.

Apply or give us a call today to schedule your appointment: 407-363-0477








About RAMS/RPG
Resource Acquisition and Management Services, Inc. (RAMS) was founded in 1994 as an alternate workforce solution provider specializing in the skilled trades aspect of the commercial construction industry. Since its inception, RAMS, has evolved into a Family of Companies that Provides integrated human resource and training solutions to, and satisfies many of the unique needs in, the commercial construction and consulting industries. All RAMS employees are full time, benefited, and drug free. All RAMS affiliates – RPG, TEC, and PSG – are at will, Equal Opportunity and Drug Free employers.

If you are currently looking for employment and think RAMS might be a good fit for you, we invite you to fill out an employee application.


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