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General Labor - Residential

Job Description

Clearview Coastal LLC, Savannah's and Hilton Head's oldest window cleaning and pressure washing company, is looking for individuals to fill immediate openings for technicians.


Technicians perform the following activities:


o Window Cleaning and/or Pressure Washing.


o Gutter cleaning and blowing debris from roofs.


o Preparing customer estimates for both residential and commercial clients.


Technicians must:


o Dress respectably and be well spoken and polite.


o Be capable of carrying at least a 32' ladder.


o Have transportation that can carry at least a 24' ladder and a pressure washer if the technician will be performing those services.


o Have access to a printer daily as work is emailed to the technician who then prints the paperwork.


o Be able to pass drug screening.


Experience is not required but would be a plus. Training pay will be $15/hr. After training, jobs are paid on a percentage. Pressure washing training typically lasts a few days and window cleaning training usually lasts a few weeks. There is also a potential for commission for anyone interested in doing commercial sales.


Window cleaning requires skill and practice. It requires someone with an eye for detail and patience to recognize and redo work that is subpar. Pressure Washing must be done with care so no damage is done by the pressure or by bleach.


Clearview operates in Chatham, Effingham, and Bryan counties in Georgia, and Jasper and Beaufort counties in South Carolina.


 


 



Company Description
Clearview Coastal is the oldest window cleaning and pressure washing company in Savannah and Hilton Head. We clean everything from stores with 1 window to luxury mansions. We also offer some related services. We pride ourselves on providing these services with politeness and perfection.



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