Sebago Dock in Naples, Maine is seeking Service Crews to add
to our growing team!
This position is part-time or full-time. Part-time positions are 1-3 days
per week (Monday-Saturday). Full-time positions will have required seasonal
overtime (spring and fall), four ten-hour days in the summer and winter. The
work is generally located on the lakes of Maine and you will have
to report to our office in to Naples, Maine each morning. We start at 5:30
a.m. and we generally get done between 3:30 p.m. and 7:00 p.m.
The candidates we're seeking must be motivated. In the spring, your days
will be filled with on-site construction and installation of dock, piers, boat
lifts and boat house equipment. In the fall, everything that went into the water
in the spring must come back out, as the lakes freeze over! During the spring
and fall seasons, expect plenty of hours as you can be working as much as from
sun-up to sun-down. For this position, you must have a valid driver’s license.
Responsibilities & Duties
PHYSICAL DEMANDS | While performing the duties of this job, you will
be required to be able to use your legs to stand, walk. You'll get use out
of your arms and hands to handle, feel, reach and climb. You will occasionally
be required to sit, climb, balance, stoop, kneel, crouch, or crawl. You
are regularly required to lift up to 50 pounds , and on occasion you might
be asked to lift up to 100 pounds.
WORK ENVIRONMENT | We take pride in safety of our customers, their belongings
and our employees. When dealing in an outdoor setting on someone else's
property, and while performing the duties of the job, you could be exposed
to a variety of moving or mechanical parts, fumes or airborne particles.
You will also be exposed to outside weather conditions, such as: plenty
of sunshine, wind, rain or even snow. From rain to wind to snow, we'll most
likely have it at some point. This is Maine.
For further details you can send a resume via mail to PO Box 51, South Casco,
ME 04077, or e-mail us. We also can be contacted at (207) 595-8679 for more
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