Labourer

New
  • Category
    Skilled trades - Skilled Trades
  • Job type
    Temporary/Contract
  • Location
    Halifax, Nova Scotia

Are you looking for a challenging role, a great place to work where you can make a difference while working with a supportive team of performance and customer driven individuals? Adecco is hiring a Glazier/Flat Glass Technician on behalf of our client. 

Your main responsibilities:

  • Consistently meet or exceed technical standards in the installation of flat glass and other products, ensure that the company’s quality and other procedures are followed.
  • Repair/replace residential and commercial glass and glazing systems (commercial doors, store fronts and ribbon windows).
  • Measure, fabricate and install mirrors and glass.
  • Perform mobile service glazing, and operate and maintain a mobile vehicle.
  • Complete required paperwork for glass installations.
  • Work within company productivity targets.
  • Keep customers informed of the work process being done.
  • Consistently and strictly adhere to company Health and Safety procedures using the safety equipment provided.
Qualifications required:
  • High school diploma or the equivalent.
  • Flat glass experience
  • Glazier apprenticeship certification an asset
  • Swing stage/scaffold experience an asset
  • Excellent customer service skills.
  • Results oriented
  • Effective team player
  • Holder of a valid driver’s license
  • Must complete criminal background check
  • Must be able to life a minimum of 50 lbs
If you have Flat Glass Installation experience, that may be the position you've been waiting for! Don't delay, Apply today! Click the Apply Now!

B-3042

  • Apply with Adecco

Reference number CA_EN_1_023042_12183993

Accommodation will be provided in all parts of the hiring process as required under Adecco’s Employment Accommodation policy. Applicants will need to make their needs known in advance to their Adecco representative.

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