Construction Jobs in Hobbs, New Mexico

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Superior Energy Services - Hobbs, NM
PMI Environmental Services, a Superior Energy Services Company, has grown to become a leader in the environmental services field, providing a full range of cleaning and environmental services...
12 days ago
Southern Star - Hobbs, NM
Southern Star Satellite TV Technician / Installer Job Description Are you looking for an opportunity to start building a successful and rewarding career as a service technician? We may have the...
17 days ago
Tradesmen International - Hobbs, NM
As an Electrician Apprentice you will work directly under the supervision of a qualified Journeyman Electrician in the installation and repair of electrical systems, hydraulic, pneumatic and...
18 days ago
Hobbs, NM
Journeyman Electrician Category: Light Technical/Trade 1214) Description: Our client is currently seeking 2 JM Electricians to work on a project in Hobbs, NM. They are doing work on a Municipal...
28 days ago
Hobbs, NM
Electrician] Journeyman Electrician Posted by: Tech USA on December 21, 2016 at 14:42:41. Click here to reply to this post via Email. Contract / Temp to Direct / Direct Hire: Contract City: Hobbs...
28 days ago
TRACER CONSTRUCTION/ PENTAIR - Hobbs, NM
HIRING ELETRICAL LICENSED JOURNEYMAN FOR INDUSTRIAL TYPE WORK. WORKING 6-10S. DURATION IS 2-3 WEEKS. PAY WILL BE COMPETITIVE ACCORDING TO CREDENTIALS AND YEARS EXPERIENCE. PER DIEM PAID AS WELL.
30+ days ago
Watco Companies, LLC - Eunice, NM (16 miles from Hobbs, New Mexico)
Location: Eunice, New Mexico (US-NM) 88231 The Locomotive Mechanic inspects, repairs and maintains locomotives consistent with company polices. Team member will be required to perform mechanical...
30+ days ago
Targa Resources - Lovington, NM (14 miles from Hobbs, New Mexico)
Targa Resources is a growth-oriented provider of midstream services and is one of the largest independent midstream energy companies in North America, with assets in Texas, New Mexico, Oklahoma,...
30+ days ago
Targa - Lovington, NM (14 miles from Hobbs, New Mexico)
Targa Resources is a growth-oriented provider of midstream services and is one of the largest independent midstream energy companies in North America, with assets in Texas, New Mexico, Oklahoma,...
30+ days ago

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