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HS421P
RazorTemps
Hourly/Student
05/08/2018
Fayetteville, AR
The Cleaner/Mover responsibilities may vary from day to day. Daily work assignments include moving furniture and detail cleaning of residential facilities. The duties will also consist of, but not limited to, sanitizing bathrooms and common living spaces, sweeping, mopping, and vacuuming floors. This position could involve lifting and moving of objects up to 50 lbs waist high, walking, bending,… View Details Bookmark
HS319P
RazorTemps
Hourly/Student
Fayetteville, AR
RazorTemps cover a vast range of responsibilities depending upon the position they are selected for. Potential job duties are made available to RazorTemp candidates once a position opens. Possibilities of assignments range from high level clerical positions to entry level custodial positions. RazorTemps may also be used to fill positions for special events. View Details Bookmark