Carpenter / Drywaller / Painter – Skilled Tradesmen Aurora

Carpenter / Drywaller / Painter – Skilled Tradesmen

Full Time • Aurora
Carpenter / Drywaller / Painter – Skilled Tradesmen


Salary Range: Starts at $22-$30 Hourly, depending on experience and trade knowledge

Who we are: We are a full-service Nationwide General Contractor that is the industry leader in disaster restoration.  ServiceMaster DSI is the nations’ largest ServiceMaster franchise, and we have locations throughout the country.  We are known for quality restoration and construction; great customer service and we are always busy.

The Position: We are looking for full time skilled Tradesman with remodeling experience (Drywallers, Painters, Tile, Flooring, Carpenters, Mechanical).  The more skills you have the more we can offer you.  We work on anything from a small patch and paint to a complete home rebuild.  With our consistent workload, great leaders and well-rounded team members, this is a highly sought-after opportunity for you to find a permanent home.

The pay range we are offering starts at $22-$30 an hour, along with a daily vehicle stipend for travel expenses.  Six major holidays are paid off and you will accrue PTO as you work plus a Floating Holiday starting 2024.  Overtime is paid at 40+ and Double time after 60+.  We are a growing company and there are advancement opportunities.  Tradesmen are only working on construction phases, not water mitigation. 

Benefits Include:

  • Medical, Dental, Vision along with other supplementary plans
  • 401K
  • Generous PTO
  • Vehicle Stipend
  • Advancement Opportunity
  • Company Cell Phone
  • Company Credit Cards
  • Many more perks!

  •  Previous construction experience
  •  Reliable and Hardworking
  •  Provide your own tools  
  •  Excellent communication skills.  
  •  Valid Drivers License  
  •  Reliable transportation  
  •  Previous restoration experience is a plus.  
  •  Able to move and/or lift 50+ lbs.  
  •  Pass background check and drug screen   

Why Should You Apply?    

  • If you are looking for steady, permanent employment.  No more searching for work.
  • Competitive compensation with opportunity for overtime  
  • Great Benefits  
  • We work together.  Superintendents and Tradesmen work together to accomplish job goals.
  • We go above and beyond for our clients and you’ll find that we have a dynamic environment where learning and growth opportunities are abundant and hard work and results are awarded.


Vets welcome!
Compensation: $22.00 - $30.00 per hour

We are an equal opportunity employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law.

This franchise is independently owned and operated by a franchisee. Your application will go directly to the franchisee, and all hiring decisions will be made by the management of this franchisee. All inquiries about employment at this franchisee should be made directly to the franchise location, and not to The ServiceMaster Company, LLC.

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