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Are you a restoration worker looking for consistent job assignments? Do you enjoy physical work that keeps you active during your shift? Does the thought of working in an office make you cringe because you’d rather work with your hands? One Source Staffing and Labor is seeking qualified employees to tackle disaster remediation and restoration projects across the country.

A Typical Restoration Worker Job

Restoration work is both challenging and rewarding. On any given assignment, you might be working a residential or commercial fire and water property clean-up and restoration job. Your assigned tasks may include light demolition, specialty mitigation services, water extraction, carpet and upholstery cleaning, vandalism clean-up, mold abatement, fire and smoke damage mitigation, content move-outs and pack-ins and content cleaning. Some work is local with the opportunity to join our travel crews.

Restoration Project Requirements

A common characteristic across every restoration job site is an unrelenting focus on worker safety. When we place you in any position, you may be required to wear some form of personal protective equipment. Whether it’s safety glasses, hard hats, steel toe boots or high visibility apparel, it’s important for all employees to end their shifts as safely as they started them. A valued restoration worker will have the following skills and traits:

Endurance

You’ll likely be on your feet throughout your shift, so good physical endurance is important.

Strength

Restoration work might require you to lift various items throughout your shift, so you need to be physically strong.

Communication Skills

You’ll be part of a team, so you’ll need to be able to listen and communicate effectively with others.

Concentration

Safety and accuracy are critical. You’ll need to be able to focus on your job at all times, especially when operating machinery.

Educational Requirements

While a high school diploma or GED is preferred, it isn’t always required for disaster remediation or restoration work. Instead, you’ll receive on-the-job training so you can do your job safely and effectively. Many times, an employee can also create opportunities to learn new skills for future opportunities.

Job Opportunities

Reliable workers are in high demand, and we are experts at placing people just like you in the job you’re looking for. At One Source Staffing and Labor, we match general labor job seekers with employers who need to fill numerous roles.

For Restoration Workers Looking to Get Hired

When you choose to work for One Source Staffing and Labor, you’ll receive:

  • A job that fits your interests and skills
  • Competitive pay
  • Part-time and full-time options
  • Skills you need to make money and advance your career

Contact us today at any one of our locations for more information about property restoration jobs.

For Contractors Looking to Hire Restoration Workers

We have access to thousands of workers.

Our network is stacked with experienced disaster remediation employees that are ready to work. To meet your strict deadlines, we can quickly dispatch restoration crews to your job site, usually within 24 hours.

Our employees are fully vetted.

At One Source Staffing and Labor, we review employment applications, interview job seekers and check references before we even introduce a worker to you. Not only are we experts at screening new employees, we’re effective at keeping them. In fact, many of our workers have been with us for years. We know them well, and they’ve proven themselves to be highly dependable.

We can lower your labor costs.

When our employees fill a restoration worker role for you, you’ll be able to manage them as if they were your permanent hires. The key difference is, when you chose us, you won’t pay unemployment insurance premiums or employer taxes, and you won’t be on the hook for employee benefits. We’ll manage their payroll for you, and you’ll only need to cover their hourly wages.

If you’re looking for restoration workers, simply contact our office.

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