General Laborers

High TEC Industrial Services Dayton , OH 45402

Posted 6 months ago

Job Description


Full-time general laborers needed - training and benefits provided. $12/hr


This position is responsible for the operation of tools and equipment in a variety of customer work sites for the purpose of providing industrial and/or environmental cleaning.

High Tec expects employees to arrive at job site on time, in uniform, properly groomed, mentally alert, and physically able to work.

VAC truck experience or water blasting experience is a benefit.

Be physically capable of lifting, pushing, and pulling 50 pounds.

Must pass pre-employment drug screen and be at least 18 years of age.

Performs other duties as assigned by immediate supervisor.

To apply for this position, please come to our office at:


15 Industry Park Ct.

Tipp City, OH45371

Applications will be accepted Monday-Friday 9:00am-4:00 pm

Company Description

High Tec Industrial Services is a leading provider of industrial maintenance and cleaning to industrial, manufacturing, and process faciities. High Tec has over 35 years experience rapidly responding to customer needs.
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