Summer Interior/Exterior Painter



Job Description:Our painting team is looking for motivated individuals to join our spring/summer work force!We are looking for the hardest-working, most motivated individuals in Winnipeg, MB who want to be a part of a very tight-knit group of awesome people who want to earn what they are worth.This season alone, our team will be responsible for painting 50+ homes which will result in happy clients and crew members.About the position:Fast paced, fun environmentHands on experience in customer service and communicationWork outdoors with a crew of 2-3 peopleWorking with friends is encouraged, so apply together if you wishTraining is provided; therefore, no experience is necessary!We are currently hiring Painters and Crew Managers for the summer of 2021. Both positions are full-time hourly summer jobs and can lead to future promotion opportunities within the company.Position DescriptionsPainter: This role is a fun and challenging position that is ideal for someone wanting to get hands-on work experience and make money over the summer. The ideal individual is hard working, coachable and has effective communication skills.Crew Manager: In addition to painting, in this role you would gain experience in leadership and would run a crew of 2-3 people. Ask to be considered for this if you feel you may be a good fit.Requirements:Able to work full-time throughout the majority of the summerMust have own transportation (jobsite locations change frequently)Manual labor and ladder work required. Benefits: Company events Achievement- and performance-based incentives Working outside and getting a tan Meeting like-minded people and making great friendsStarting rate dependent on experience. Raises based on proven skill after start date.Bonuses will depend on performance and the criteria established by the Manager.If you’re interested in learning and having a challenging but fun summer job with your fellow team members please submit your resume and cover letter. Job ID: 25552671
Zander Wells Painting

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