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Drewlo Holdings - London, Ontario

Treat our employees fair; we offer competitive wages, provide training and value each employee We invest in our community; we know its important to give back Opportunity for growth; we are expanding at... Plumber Work careers...

from: neuvoo.ca - 2 days ago

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PeopleFind, Inc. - Vancouver, British Columbia (+1 location)

Vaughan, with a population over 300,000, is one of Canada’s fastest growing municipalities. Situated on the northern boundary of the City of Toronto, Canada’s largest city, Vaughan is north central to... Plumber careers...

from: neuvoo.ca - 3 days ago

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The Government of Nova Scotia - B2N 5C1 TRURO, NS, CA

Your ability to work within financial constraints, along with reading and interpreting specifications and drawings are essential to your success in this role. Also essential to this position are strong... plumber british columbia...

from: The Government of Nova Scotia - 9 days ago

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Medix Group - Windermere, Ontario

Knowledge in Electrical, Plumbing, and Handyman work. Requirements: plumbers seeking...

from: neuvoo.ca - Yesterday

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norrell construction - Windsor, Ontario

Service Experts is committed to an inclusive, barrier-free recruitment process. We will accommodate the needs of applicants under the Ontario Human Rights Code and the Accessibility for Ontarians with... plumbers...

from: neuvoo.ca - Yesterday

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Fraser Health Authority - Burnaby, British Columbia (+2 locations)

We invite you to apply today and find out why more than 95% of new employees recommend Fraser Health to their friends as an exceptional place to work. A 2020 BC Top Employer , we value diversity in the... plumbing... $33.62 - $33.62 / hour

from: neuvoo.ca (+2 sources) - 4 days ago

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CareerBeacon - Bouctouche, New Brunswick

Install piping systems, fixtures and other equipment used to distribute, supply or dispose of water or waste; including fixture systems and appliances. Measure, cut, bend and thread pipes using hand and... plumber barrie...

from: neuvoo.ca - Yesterday

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Apidel - Edmonton, Alberta

We're looking for a plumber/gas fitter. plumber camp...

from: neuvoo.ca - Yesterday

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Homewood Health - Guelph, Ontario

Make a difference in a growing, innovative mental health organization and centre of excellence in people-centered care. Work with supportive colleagues who are passionate about improving lives and champions... plumber in Ontario...

from: neuvoo.ca - 6 days ago

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Baycrest - Toronto, Ontario

Maintenance of the equipment will include cleaning, inspecting, calibrating and changing parts to maintain the HVAC systems and associated equipment at optimum performance levels Must have a valid certificate... plumber in Toronto, ON...

from: neuvoo.ca - 5 days ago


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A plumber plays an important role in ensuring the maintenance of a building’s water pipe system and layout. The job requires the installation and repair of heating and water systems as well as other major appliances. It is normal for someone with prior professional experience in the role to work independently.
Individuals in the role assemble pipes using sealing methods such as glue, bolts, clamps, cement, caulking and screws, and if necessary, light welding activities may be performed. The role includes ensuring the water is supplied without leakages and to assemble, overhaul, repair and fit plumbing fixtures and systems in a facility.
It is important that those in the position: can read layout plans and blueprints, can handle all plumbing equipments and tools, know how to assemble and install valves and are able to inspect a facility in order to determine any problems or the size and type of pipes which will be required.
To become a fully qualified plumber, an apprenticeship lasting two to three years must be completed. In Canada, the lowest hourly wage is C
$14 and the highest is C
$38. The yearly salary can range between C
$30,000 and C
$59,000.

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  • What should I know before hiring a Plumber? Grace

    Hi I want to hire a plumber. Any advice on what essential skills should a plumber have? I never hired anyone so I don't know what should I bear in mind.. help plz

    • Livia:

      Hello, well I hired a bunch of plumbers; every time something broke I hired a new one until I met a guy that knew what he was doing. Once you start hiring them you’ll see, you’ll know if they’re good or not. But just to warn you about the things you should be careful: They need to be able to work alone without with very little supervision. They need to be GOOD LISTENERS, I can’t stress enough how important is this and also communication skills . And last but not least I think a good plumber is detail orientated and also be honest about what are they charging you.

    • Olivia:

      Uh, I understand.. I hate calling a plumber for help. They always know tricks to overcharge you for their work. The first thing I recommend is make sure they aren’t unlicensed, no matter if they charge you less because you are taking a big risk… and ask him about insurance, if the work fails will he rearrange it for free? Or you’ll have to pay again? I mean I understand he is investing hours of his life but if work is done nicely the first time you should need to call him again for the same issue. Just keep that in mind because some of them just fix it lightly so it breaks again so you call them again.. Good luck! Because I definitely haven’t had any luck at all.

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