Job of the Day: Installation Apprentice at Closets By Design
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Job of the Day: Installation Apprentice at Closets By Design ADDISON, IL - Closets by Design is seeking an apprentice to install organization systems for closets, garages and home offices.

Candidates must have 1 - 2 years of experience in woodworking and cabinet installation. Candidates must also be willing to learn how Closets by Design installs closets.Training is provided.

Closets by Design offers a stable work environment with no lay-offs or seasonality. Helpers make betweer 25k - 30k annually and installers make between 35k - 45k annually. Benefits are also available.

Woodworking industry job openings are among more than 400 positions posted at Woodworking Network's Job Board, a wood industry career center. Woodworking Network established its career center on the Job Board in partnership with JobTarget, a New London, CT job board development and management firm.

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