Installers needed immediately in Northeast

Discussion in 'Wanted: Authorized Dealers and Installers' started by FEVER, May 4, 2017.

  1. FEVER

    FEVER Platinum Level Member

    FEVER, Inc./Cross Comm has an IMMEDIATE need for installers in the following locations. These installers will work on their own from 7am-5pm. (Including drive time). The Installs will consist of power, ground and ignition hookups for rental equipment for a VERY large client of ours across the country. You will have step by step directions on how to complete each installation for every piece of equipment you will be installing on.

    Documentation, professionalism, and reliability is key. Pay will be $1300 a week (you will be responsible for your own travel expenses if you wish to have a hotel).

    Must have basic tools and 12 volt experience. Training will be in Pennsylvania starting this Monday.

    If you want steady income for seven months, this could be great work for you. Hopefully we will have another round of installs after this to keep you working but that is not guaranteed at this time.

    You MUST stay on for the entire 7 months as we are unable to substitute anyone on each of these routes due to training and a tight schedule.

    The installations will be centered around the hubs and have you going to the following hubs for work:

    BOSTON (Hub)
    includes Canton, MA

    AUBURN, NH (Hub)
    includes: Bangor, ME
    Oakland, ME
    Portland, ME
    Williston, VT

    Includes: Springfield, MA
    Worcester, MA

    Includes: Albany

    Includes: Harrisonburg, VA
    Richfield, OH
    Grove, OH
    Butler, PA

    Includes: Brookfield, WI
    Madison, WI
    Chicago, IL

    Anyone with interest should message me with more info here. I'll be monitoring the site for the next few days.
  2. SlickTop Solutions

    SlickTop Solutions Premium Member Silver Level Member

    Nothing in Maryland???
  3. FEVER

    FEVER Platinum Level Member

    Not this time around. We can close this thread though. We got what we could for the contract.

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