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Madison Liquin
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Lawrence White
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Kalamazoo, MI - USIC is offering open interviews on Tuesday, February 16, from 10a - 2p. Hiring managers will be available to discuss full-time Utility Locator job opportunities.

100% paid training!

Your Responsibilities as a Utility Locator:

  • Correctly, safely, and efficiently locate underground utilities, including telecommunications, electric power, cable TV, gas, water, and sewer systems.
  • Thoroughly search for underground utilities in a designated area, accurately marking the location, completing the necessary documentation, and photographing each locate.
  • Work outdoors in the fresh air, using a company-provided laptop to document and close all tickets. USIC has a48-hour turnaround time on all locates, which means we generally work the day after holidays and some weekends, as needed.
  • These are daytime, full-time positions and overtime will be required. Instructor-led training will be provided. No prior locating experience is necessary.

Register and apply at USIC Utility Locator Online Hiring Event! Kent, Ingham, and Kalamazoo counties

#USIC #Michigan #Kalamazoo #hiringnews #jobsearch #fulltime #utility

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Linda Qaradaghi
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over 6 months ago

Did you know? The Morton Arboretum is a world-renowned leader in tree science and education, working to save and plant trees.

Come Join the Aramark Family! We have immediate openings @ The Morton Arboretum for a General Utility Lead Worker and Cook positions!

General Utility Lead Worker - The Morton Arboretum Click on link to apply now: http://bit.ly/36BfuBM

Cook - The Morton Arboretum Click on link to apply now: http://bit.ly/2QWulAa

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Michael Carter
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over 6 months ago

It's dirty often stressful work but mostly it was rewarding

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Michael Carter
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over 6 months ago

Leaving for what I thought was a better job

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Madison Hart
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over 6 months ago

Being a dishwasher here is very very hard work. Be prepared to have to work in tough conditions to earn your pay. Also high disrespect for dishwashers. Servers throw things at you all shift and let stacks of plates fall onto your counter with glass shattered all over. If you work here it is hard but you'll be proud of your own efforts

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Marcus Jordan
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over 6 months ago

Anyone still struggling to find a job in Houston after Hurricane Harvey? There's some immediate interview opportunities for FT Hotel Housekeepers, FT Housekeepers (Aides), and FT Utility Cleaner. Please reach out to me for more information. Thank you.

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BRYCEN LEBERFINGER
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over 6 months ago

Make sure you do your best work, but also make sure that everyone isn't leaning on you to carry you through. I saw that at King's and the business closed 3 months into my job.

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Greg Proctor
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The biggest mistake i make was working there .. The company is so bad they hire people train them for two day and them expect them to know the re job... I worked there for 7 years off and on last i was there was 5 uears and never got on top pay.. Very bad place to work . its family owend thats there down fall

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