- Full Name: Salt Spring Island Tiny Homes
- Location: Mid Island
- Expires: 21 days, 2 hours
Salt Spring Island Tiny Homes is looking for an apprentice to join our crew. We build custom tiny homes on the island. This is an opportunity for someone who already has experience in the trade to learn a lot about new home building and be fully involved in the different stages in new home construction.
There is also an opportunity to be sponsored and go throught the Red Seal carpentry apprenticeship. $20-$25 dollar/hour wage is based on skill level and experience.
What we’re looking for: Positive attitude, works well in a team with others. Needs to be able to be left alone unsupervised with a task. wanting to be in a learning environment and happy to be in a continuous learning process. Must have own vehicle, tool belt, skill saw and impact driver/drill (talk to me about tools). Job site is a smoke free environment. Must have at least 2 years of combined experience in carpentry. At the moment our crew happens to be a vipassana crew (Not at all necessary)
if you are interested in this great opportunity for career development and a fun working environment please contact Colin with Salt Spring Island Tiny Homes to talk more.
A link to our website is below.
Thanks a lot and have a great day,
Colin Crystal-Owner and lead builder, Salt Spring Island Tiny Homes.
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