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Weed Whacking & Mowing Cemeteries - Warsaw, NY, US

Job Information

Job Order ID :
NY1210384
# of Positions :
1
Minimum Education Level :
Less than High School
Experience Required :
none
Salary :
$12.00 - $15.00 hourly
Duration :
Full Time Seasonal
Shift :
Hours per week:
40

Job Description

 
Wolcott Grass Farm has a new job opening JOB TITLE: WEED WHACKING & MOWING CEMETERIES. JOB LOCATION: Travel in company truck. WORK HOURS: 7AM-5PM and may be later some days. JOB DESCRIPTION: Trimming and mowing cemeteries and lawn care ... primarily Monday through Friday. MAJOR SKILLS NEEDED: Great Work Ethic, Hard Working, Working Outside - Rain or Shine. OTHER HIRING REQUIREMENTS: Drug Screening, Reference Check, Physical Exam (Required only after job offer and if required for job opening). ATTENTION VETERAN APPLICANTS: Please, email Dave Eley to confirm you are applying at david.eley@labor.ny.gov NOTE: LSRs - Please REFER all VETERAN APPLICANTS to Dave Eley (LVER - that posted this job) for the related OSOS JOB REFERRAL and/or PLACEMENT, and email related information to Dave as well. Thank You

Company Information

Name :
Wolcott Grass Farm, Inc.

Application Information

Email :
By Phone :
Call Tina Wolcott at 5857863504
By Fax :
Fax to 5857860911 Attn : Tina Wolcott
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