Carpenter / Handyman Walpole, MA

Carpenter / Handyman

Full Time • Walpole, MA

For over 12 years, we've consistently hired reliable, customer service-focused employees who are both knowledgeable and skilled. They are experienced in many areas of handyman repair and they know the value of building relationships with our clients. 

As Handyman/Carpenter, you are a key member of our team responsible for quality repairs, remodeling, and home improvement projects. You will build customer relationships and uphold our standard for excellent customer service. 

You have a strong background of skilled tradesman experience and have proven communication skills with supervisors, employees, and customers.  You are self-motivated, thrive in fast moving environments, and able to manage time to effectively meet deadlines.

Specific Responsibilities:

  • Complete small to medium repairs, remodeling, and home improvement projects
  • Communicate with customers about scope of work and cost estimates
  • Insure the efficient use of materials and maintain adequate stock of necessary equipment
  • Collect payment and/or payment information from customers for work performed
  • Keep company vehicle and equipment properly serviced, clean, and in good working order and condition
  • Perform other duties as needed which may include cross-training in related positions

Job Requirements:

  • Skilled tradesman with 10 years of experience in home maintenance/repair and remodeling
  • Strong carpentry background
  • Must have own tools fit for many job types
  • Proficiency to navigate tablet based technology
  • Team player who can work independently

 

We are actively interviewing for this position - Apply today and our hiring manager will follow-up!





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