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Featured SWP PAINTER

12-18$

The Perfect Summer Job!

Hello, potential team members! Student Works Painting is in your area looking for motivated individuals to join our spring/summer painting team! We are looking for […]

8 hours ago
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25-35 per hour

Looking for someone with dump truck; wil...

I need someone with a truck, willing to pick up 4 or 5 yards of river rock. Been fighting with the blackberries for years and […]

10 hours ago
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20-25

Looking for an occasional house cleaner

Experienced house cleaner with an eye for detail to work a few hours Will need a car . email a brief paragraph and references

10 hours ago
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TBD

Logs need bucking and splitting

We had some cedar trees taken down last year and they were mostly left in 10-foot lengths. We need someone to buck and split them […]

April 24, 2018
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Looking for acting gigs around Salt Spring ...

Hi there, I am looking for work as a background, support or lead actor. Being genuinely interested in acting I would be happy to do […]

April 23, 2018
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LANDSCAPING HELPER NEEDED

LANDSCAPING HELPER NEEDED THIS WEEK Scope includes root-tilling soil for Hydro-seeding Raking and concrete mixing and trenching

April 23, 2018
Airstream Reno

TBD

ISO: Reliable & experienced trades pers...

Hi there! We are looking for a reliable and experienced trades person to help us renovate our 1970s 31 foot Airstream. You’d work with us […]

April 23, 2018
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Negotiable

Mature couple for Campground relief manager...

Mature Healthy couple required ASAP for Relief Manager position for 50 site campground near Ganges, Saltspring Island. The work requires that the relief couple live […]

April 22, 2018
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Farm Intern wanted May 1

Due to some last minute changes in our farm intern plans, we are looking for one person or a couple to join our community on […]

April 22, 2018
Sale Pending odd job

TBD

South End odd jobs help

Are you a young person looking to earn with some occasional hours general help over the coming weeks? Nothing very heavy and flexible hours.

April 22, 2018
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@20.00/hr

cleaning lady required

I will supply all cleaners etc. 4 hours per week for a month, then once every 2 weeks for 4 hours.

April 20, 2018
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$40

Plumbing

Exp. PLUMBER. (18 years and red seal certified) available for work. Pls. phone 250-538-1996.

April 20, 2018
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$12-$15 /hr

small odd jobs I can no longer do

Is there a young person who would like to earn some money doing the small jobs I can no longer handle such as wash the […]

April 19, 2018
typewriter

TBD

Employment-hiring

90-100 WPM typist wanted to transcribe approx 100 hours of audio dictation from tapes of talks. Call 538-0076 or email johnwillco@gmail.com

April 19, 2018
lucy

TBD

Casual Landscape Help

Immediate garden help needed on a number of properties. Weeding, planting, mulching and similar tasks. Experience and positive attitude required. Transportation ideal, but we can […]

April 18, 2018
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Bus/Van Shuttle for Sept 22

Hello! We are looking for a school bus, bus, or large van to help us move folks around the island for our family reunion in […]

April 18, 2018
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Odd Jobs-Some Carpentry Work

We are looking for a handyman to remove cupboards.

April 18, 2018
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$20/hour

Housekeeper wanted

Looking for for an experienced, hardworking, housekeeper needed twice a month to clean bathrooms and floors. Please reply with references.

April 15, 2018
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TBD

Needed: Strong Person with Ladder

We are building a gazebo from a kit, and we need help to lift some rafters up. We need a strong person who has a […]

April 15, 2018
moving

TBD

HELPERS NEEDED TO PACK MIRRORS AND WALL HAN...

I will be moving off island and need a couple of able-bodied and reliable handy- persons to help disassemble and pack larger items. Please contact […]

April 12, 2018
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One day’s work to split and move logs...

Had some trees taken down. Help required with splitting and moving firewood. Must be able to work with heavy loads. Weekend preferred.

April 12, 2018
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20.00/HR

CLEANING LADY REQUIRED

$20.00 per hour 4 hours per week for month, then 4 hours every other week. Thanks.

April 10, 2018
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$25 apiece

Help loading

Need two strong dudes for about ten minutes to load a heavy drawing table into a van at 12:30 PM on April 12th. I can […]

April 6, 2018
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TBD

Looking for someone to repair soffits

Hi there, We’re looking for a handyman/carpenter who can fix the soffits on our house before nesting season starts up again. There are some heights […]

April 2, 2018
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20$

Pick-up truck for chicken coop move

We need a pick-up truck to bring our small chicken coop back home from Maliview to Vesuvius on Monday. We do the lifting, you do […]

April 1, 2018
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Deck needed!

Looking to hire someone with carpentry experience to build a deck for an outdoor eating area in Ganges. We have a design plan but need […]

March 29, 2018
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TBA

A few hours work to split logs

I had a couple of trees cut down last fall and while the logs have been bucked up, I now need somebody to split them […]

March 28, 2018

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