Now Hiring North Port, Punta Gorda, and Venice, Florida, Painters

Business is great and we are looking to hire more excellent craftsmen!

If you’re the painter we’re looking for. . .

Painter Venice Florida

You are described by your references as very neat and clean, friendly, enthusiastic, conscientious, holding yourself to high standards, as well as courteous, mature, and a relaxed, team player.

Maybe you are working in Venice, Florida now and are looking for a company that is growing and is great to work with?

We typically run 1 man crews and our niche is gated communities servicing; Sarasota, Siesta Key, Casy Key, Venice, Nokomis, Englewood, Manasota Beach, North Port, Port Charlotte, Boca Grande, and Punta Gorda, Florida for  interior and exterior repaints using Benjamin Moore Paint.

 
You present yourself well as trustworthy and punctual with a great smile! You are eager to take this opportunity to learn, grow, and achieve well above average results. You will be able to apply the skills you already have mastered in the painting industry. These skills are desired, though not 100% essential. You will be expected to exceed expectations so as to create “Raving Fans” and to earn Video Testimonials from customers you service.

Painter North Port

 

You will be responsible for prepping and painting interior and exterior surfaces, without direct supervision, for a clientele expecting precision and excellence.

You must have your own personal truck, a drivers license, smart phone, e-mail, and are comfortable communicating through e-mail and text.

NOW HIRING: If this is YOU. . . be ready to tell and show me why, when you reply by e-mail only to steve@burnettpainting.com , by 5pm this Friday. In fact just do it NOW!

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Burnett 1-800-PAINTING Company Policy

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Burnett Painting Company Policy Leaves No Question Marks!

Painter Venice Florida
Company Policy
1. Follow the Golden Rule with our customers and with our co-workers.

2. The friendship and trust of our customers is our most valuable asset—guard it.

3. Let’s not take ourselves too seriously.

4. Under promise and over deliver.

5. Listen more than you speak. New ideas will come from our customers, if we listen.

6. Never sell customers anything which we aren’t totally convinced can help them.

7. When we mess up (and we will), apologize, tell the unvarnished truth, make no excuses, and make it right, right away.

8. Connect with customers. Take their feedback to heart.

9. Smile!

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Posted December 18, 2011 in General Tips by Steve Burnett. No Comments