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  • Full Name: Nicholas Graham
  • Location: Salt Spring Island
  • Phone: (250) 537-6102
  • Expires: 17 days, 11 hours

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    Summer Painting Positions

    Student Works Painting Salt Spring Island is looking for 15-20 young adults/university students to join our painting crews for the summer. We look for people with a positive attitude above all else. Painting Experience is an asset, however, our training systems will take anyone with the right mindset and turn them into an excellent painter.

    As an SWP painter, you’ll be prepping and painting the exterior and interior of residential and commercial properties. We teach you how to start and finish a project in a timely manner, earning you more money. Our painting systems allow our top painters to make upwards of $25/hour, with our average painter last season making $16/hour. Our crews consist of 2-4 painters depending on the size of the job. This job is great for working with friends who want to make money this summer, and have fun while doing it.

    General Painter- $14-20/hour
    Crew Chief——–$15-25/hour

    Job Start:
    Late April

    Job End:
    Early September (before school starts up)

    Education Requirements:

    Must have a valid license
    A vehicle is highly valued (must have for Crew Chief position)

    Hours of job:
    30-40 hours per week (More are always available)
    Monday-Friday (weekends rarely)

    -On time each day
    -Comfortable working at heights
    -Transportation to and from job-sites
    -Full-time work till the end of summer (Power-washing available part-time if desired)
    -Positive attitude
    -Willing to learn OUR systems
    -Respectful to others and self
    -Willing to fail and learn from failures
    -Work with crews of 2-4 people

    If you’re interested in having a fun and challenging summer job with your fellow students please email your RESUME and COVER LETTER to:
    Nicholas Graham
    E: Nikg@studentworks.ca
    T: (250) 537-6102

    PS. If hired, we offer a $25 referral bonus (great if you want to work with friends or classmates)

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