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Old 05-23-2003, 04:14 PM
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We have a few openings for some hard working new employees in our Ft. Lauderdale office.
It would be great to have other performance enthusiasts working on our team.
I need to hire two boat lift installers to start early next month. THe position involves a significant amount of manual labor, and requires you to be in the water when on installs. The job is technical (ie. leveling and boat fit). Installers are also in contact with the customers, requiring all installers to be "business like".
Pay is better than what you might expect, and the opportunity to grow into managment is certianly there for the right individual.

All you guys with 38 Top Guns... This is a good job, but not that good!!!!

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Old 05-23-2003, 07:29 PM
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I might need to do it part time to pay for my cowl....
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I heard a rumor that Mark is looking for a new job.. haha
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ok I don't have a 38 Top Gun but how about a 32' AT??
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How bout a number I can call looking to get out of OH these winters suck. or have him call me

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Old 05-27-2003, 09:51 AM
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Well fellas...
60 isn't "too old". One of our helpers is 50 and he works like hes 30.
You'd better like to swim....there's no way around it.
We work in the keys quite a bit. Swimming with tropical fis is truly very cool. Manatees check us out, as do small SHARKS and Gators.
Todd- Well, as far as paying for the AT while working as an installer for Sunstream... I hope your payments aren't too high!!!!
This is an hourly "labor" job. Not one of those silly desk jobs that allow you to reach out into the hallway with your rake and pull in as much cash as you like.... Oh, and I have a 28 Pantera. I can't have the help running a faster, and bigger boat than mine!!

Flyer, We do work evenings sometimes... but depending on the area.. that's when the Gators hunt!!! Maybe you'd be better off using the Powerplay to deliver pizzas to boaters??

Job requirements:
Must like to swim
Must be strong
Must be willing to work long hours
Must have clean driving record
Can not have $2000 boat payment, to complement your $550 truck payment and $2000 house payment, and $$$ to feed 4 kids and a wife....
Must be a hard worker that want's to grow with a successful company.
No relocation money paid.
Must be good with customers, and leave a good impression at the jobsite.

My cell number is 954-647-5131
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You might be on to something Tim... I've often thought of delivering not pizza, but beer to those enjoying a day at the sandbar. Think about it... If you have ever run out of your favorite alcoholic beverage out there then you know that people would pay premium prices to get their fix. I've had guys offer 20 bucks for a 6 pack
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