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Looking for Work in Central Pa.

Discussion in 'Employment' started by Kid-Dmax, Aug 15, 2014.

  1. Kid-Dmax

    Kid-Dmax Junior Member
    Messages: 14

    Hey Guys, I am formally Deerwashed on here(email issues = new account)

    I am gonna be attending The Penn State University in State College Pa this winter. I am formally from Wilton Ct. I have vast knowledge in driving, and have been plowing, and operating heavy equipment for a few years now part time.

    My college class schedule makes it tough to get a full time job, but it is ideal for a job in the snow removal industry.

    I know it is VERY early, but i am trying to get a jump on it. I am either looking for a position working for another company using their equipment(i have knowledge using all types of heavy equipment, making it very easy for me to adjust to yours after a few minutes) or using my truck if paid accordingly.

    I currently have a 2005 Chevy 2500HD Duramax extended cab long bed.It has never had a plow, or a sander. but if paid accordingly, i will gladly install whatever is necessary. I feel it would be most suited for small to medium lots, and large driveways.

    I know you may be thinking, being a college student i cant handle the crazy hours, but honestly working crazy hours is like a high for me. I worked plenty of 70 hour+ weeks at a golf course getting up as early as 3/3:30 and working till as late as 7. I was always craving more. I have also gone out on plenty of plow routes(primarily residential) and love the crazy hours.

    I am currently attending this university in attempt to get a degree in landscape contracting, so i am looking to do this work in the future.

    if a large scale company i am requesting more of the night shift, but with smaller scale companies, i am very flexible, and can work full days as long as an ocassional 2 hour break for classes that arent canceled for class, and that for some odd reason i cannot skip(can skip classes)


    Please feel free to contact me via email. HKA5039@psu.edu
    or via text or call at 203-505-5193

    thanks,
    Hank Anderson
     
  2. Kid-Dmax

    Kid-Dmax Junior Member
    Messages: 14

    bump still looking