Junk Removal Service Company Is Hiring U.S. Veterans Today!

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Cleaning By MARINES’ Junk Removal Services come in handy when you are cleaning up, reorganizing, or moving out of your home. Whether you have yard debris that needs to be hauled away, tree debris, leaves/pine straw, furniture, appliances, trash, construction debris, tires, or scrap metal. They can haul it away!
They’ve found that most of their clients need their removal service at time of spring cleaning or when moving. You point to what you need hauled away, and they haul it away and dispose of it through recycling, donation to thrift store, or landfill when necessary.
The companies founder is an 8 year veteran of the U.S. Marine Corps and knows first hand how hard the transition to the private sector can be. If you are a Veteran or Reservist or soon to separate from Active Duty Military, and meet the requirements listed below, they will give veterans preference in their hiring process, which usually means you will get the job over all other applicants.

 
Requirements:
Valid GA Drivers License with a clean driving record
Pass 60 lbs lift test (Not applicable for Cleaners)
Pass a Criminal Background check
Positive Attitude & Customer Service Focused
PROBLEM SOLVER!!!!! (If you served in the Military, this is a no brainer)
Pass a drug test

Click Here To View And To Apply To All Of Cleaning by Marines’ Available Positions!

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