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I'm a hard working 26yr old male, willing to learn, question asker, need to know why it works this or that way person. I'm very mechanically inclined, sometimes I can't explain it but I get how it works after some tinkering, deductive reasoning or previous experience. I don't like the phrase "good enough" it's fixed or not. I enjoy working with my hands, figuring out weird problems, fixing anything and just knowing how/why it works.
I love fixing things, understanding how they work and why or how they do their job, so I can understand what problems there are when they break down.
I come from a do it yourself family, that has taught me some good critical thinking and also that if you put your mind to it, that you can figure a way to fix it. I have been waiting since April to take a class for HVAC certification for my EPA and NATE certifications. They haven't had enough people to start their Saturday class yet.
I work full time at a resturant as a cook in 95+ degrees, 45+ a week. There is lots of chicken blood, grease, gunk build up to be cleaned. I'm not scared of dirt , grime, gunk, sweat, heat, cold, heights, or a hard days work. I have some experience in hard wood flooring, residential remodeling (various tasks), deck building and pergola building.
I want a career, not a job. I don't want a 1099. I make 16 a hour to cook at a chain restaurant because I work hard and show up/come in when needed. I have great references to call. If you need someone reliable that you can pay a living wage, trust to get the job done, work overtime, come in on days off, support the company and be honest with management. Then call or email me. I literally cannot afford less than 15 a hour, and I want to learn and grow.
My number is three zero four 561 five two five seven.
No errand running, assistant, or as posting Jobs. I want real work with real people. If I don't answer please leave a voicemail with you name and number. Thank you for your time.
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