64 days ago

Handy Maintenance Person

Daryl from High Five In and Out Maintenance Ltd

A position available for handy maintenance person work based in the Hutt Valley Region.

Position suited to someone with handy maintenance experience. Person must work to high level of detail, have good time management skills, think outside the square and work within a budget.

Physically fit, able to handle hard work outside or inside of residential properties. Full driver’s license is a must.
Duties include: any small minor/major residential repairs, painting and other duties as specified by customers.

Monday to Friday, possible work on Saturday. Paid weekly - Hourly rate negotiable based on person’s experience and skills. A maintenance van and mobile is part of the working package.

More details call Anna on 021-2017197 or email your CV to highfiveinandout@gmail.com.

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