Lots of Paid Overtime for Storm Cleanup Laborers ($17/hr, 12 Hour Shifts 6-7 Days per Week)

  • 1 week ago
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What LGS Staffing is Hiring for:

LGS Staffing is now hiring for General Labor Storm Clean Up

The position pay is $17.00/hr. We generally work 10-12 hour shifts, 6-7 days a week. LOTS OF OVERTIME AVAILABLE!


  • Available to work Saturday and Sunday if needed.
  • Must be 18 years or older.
  • WORK BOOTS and long pants, shirt with sleeves (no tank tops)
  • Transportation to and from the job site
  • Driver's License

Job Description:

We are looking for employees to join our team to help with commercial restoration and cleaning projects. Typical duties include, grounds cleanup, light demolition, wiping down walls, floors, moving equipment, re-boxing and palletizing documents and merchandise.

Work Regions:

This opportunity from LGS Staffing is available in Houston.


The below are factors that tend to matter for our listing seekers. This listing with LGS Staffing offers:

Competitive Wages

Lots of Hours

As positions vary, please confirm details with employer.


LGS Staffing has indicated that these are the requirements for the listing:

  • Valid Certifications

Requirements may not be comprehensive. Confirm w/employer.

About LGS Staffing:

Founded in 1999, LGS Staffing is a strategic workforce solutions firm that connects hardworking people with leading employers. Starting with a single office serving the Atlanta community, we’ve greatly expanded our scope and reach over the years. Today, we provide comprehensive contingent workforce solutions, payroll services, disaster recovery support services, and Vendor Management (VMS) throughout the U.S., Canada, and Mexico. Our goal is to help job seekers build successful careers!

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