Installer / Carpenter (Home Improvement)

Company Name:
Bath Fitter
Bath Fitter is currently hiring a talented Installer / Carpenter for their Albuquerque, NM branch. This is a full-time, permanent position paying in the range of $50,000 - $70,000, including vehicle, gas, and cellphone.
Job Responsibilities:
A successful Installer, will need to be able to communicate well with customers and demonstrate a sense of urgency to meet their time commitment and expectations. Your carpentry experience and attention to detail must be matched by your ability to install our client's line of home improvement products.
Once fully trained, you should be able to work unsupervised and have the ability to troubleshoot in unique situations. We are seeking a candidate with a strong construction background, with roofing, carpentry, or a similar set of skills.
Experience in general carpentry / finishing
Demonstrated experience with home remodeling and/or construction
Superb customer service skills
Ability to work independently
A clear driving record
Attention to detail
All Installer employees can expect:
Structured two week long paid training at our training facility
Excellent compensation (most Installers earn $50,000 - $70,000 per year,) including vehicle, gas, and cellphone.
Comprehensive benefit package, with a major portion of the medical premium funded by the company, including health, dental, and vision insurance; life insurance and long-term disability; and the ability to work on your own -- yet be part of our winning team
Please apply today for consideration.
City: NM - Albuquerque
Job Type: Installation - Maint -
General Labour Skilled Labour - Trades
Base Pay:
Required Education: High School
Required Experience: At least 2 year(s)
Other: $50k - $70k, benefits, vehicle, gas, cellphone
Required Travel: Up to 50%
Employee Type: Full-Time Employee
Relocation Covered: Not Specified
Job ID: 12588

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