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Hawaii

Discussion in 'Potential Employees Seeking Work' started by bobb, Apr 28, 2011.

  1. bobb

    bobb Well-Known Member

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    Occupation:
    Mechanic
    Location:
    onarock
    I am a 1st Class Equipment Mechanic. You guessed it, I live in Hawaii. I am highly skilled. I am looking for an employer who is tired of hiring duds. I would like to work for someone who wants to pay good money for good skills. Do not contact me if you have a set wage scale for mechanics (unless its union scale, then I may consider it). I do not work inside the box, I am all over it. I will not work for promises of more pay later. I am tired of people offering me more money when I tell them that I will be leaving. If you are serious, send me a company profile and your current top mechanics pay.