I am very hard and reliable worker looking to get back into the lawn/construction field or anything similar to that. I have been working since I was 15 and I believe I have a great work ethic. I want to find a place I have job security with longterm goals. A career who appreciates the detail and extra work I do. I have been at my current job for almost 17 months now and Ive had one sick day, I am a hard worker, my boss' love me and the effort I give them every day. I like working there I just need a better and more rewarding job. I have done many labor jobs such as lawn maintenance, lawn mowing, landscaping, siding, tree removal and some cement work. I have my license and full coverage with a good driving record. I am very reliable and give 110% every day. I work to strive! At my current job I have only been there for 17 months and I went from having one shift a week to having Monday-Saturday and working on my third raise. I am a very hard worker who likes to get his job done and takes pride in the work I do whatever I'm doing. I pay attention to detail and I don't call in sick, I work hard and I think you'll appreciate my effort. I do please ask that you not contact my current employer because I would not like to cause problems if you decide I am not the right choice for your company. On the other hand if you do believe I am your guy then I would like to give my current employer a two weeks notice, Thank you.
I am working on my third raise in less than two years at my current job. I have many skills in many different areas and I my dad is a mechanic so I have most tools required for the job.
I have been here for about 17 months. My Boss and the owner like having me here. I have accomplished a lot here and I do have job security I just want to make more money. I went from having one shift a week to having Monday-Saturday and I also do Monday nights just so I make 40 hours a week.
This is my second job. My dad works for Gibbs Lumber as their mechanic and I help him a couple days of the week for a few hours a day. One of the reasons I'm looking for a new job is because I don't want to have two jobs to support myself. I did mostly labor work like moving heavy stuff but my dad taught me some mechanical stuff.
I found this guy in the nickels worth. Paid me good until he flaked out on me, never paying me my last check. I did however learn how to use a chainsaw with this guy.
I loved working here, unfortunately I was moving to Tri-Cities and had to leave this job. I learned a lot at this job. I learned how to do lawn care all the right ways and I learned how to use almost every lawn mower because this guy had them all.
This was one of my first jobs my Brother in law had gotten me. I left and looked for other options once season ended. This was one of the hardest jobs I had but I loved it because it got me in shape and I enjoy working in the sun. I learned a lot here and a lot from this job.
My very first job. I worked here with my dad who was the manager and had the business not gone under my dad and I probably would have been here today. I learned a lot from this job and this is where I believe my hard work ethic came from. I was just a labor guy but my dad taught me how to work.
Unfortunately I did not graduate but I did get my G.E.D
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