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Company Confidential - Jesup, GA (24 miles from Baxley, Georgia)
INDUSTRIAL ELECTRICIAN Immediate opening for experienced Industrial Electrician . Applicant must have knowledge of equipment with voltages up to 480v. Work involves troubleshooting various types...
9 days ago
Screven, GA (24 miles from Baxley, Georgia)
compensation: Based on experience employment type: full-time We are a small custom cabinet and millwork shop serving coastal Georgia looking for experienced installers/spray tech/ builders/ door...
30+ days ago

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