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Old 12-22-2016, 07:53 AM   #1
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Anyone from Colorado have any feedback about RK mechanical? Been toying with the idea of a relocation. My wife's favorite place is CO, and they made me an offer after a few phone interviews. I know the Denver area is booming right now. And all research points to RK being solid... but hoping for some insider knowledge.
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Old 12-22-2016, 09:19 AM   #2
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Hey Guy

Don't know, but man your timing is great. In the intro section is this

"I apologize for completely skipping the introduction part of this process. My name is Booker and i'm a government services recruiter working out of South Carolina. I'm 31 years old and a former Army Infantry guy. I work for a national staffing company and we're supporting a large program in Colorado. If any of you know of people that might be looking for some long term work please feel free to pass my information along. My number is 843-746-5815 and my email address is [email protected]. Nice to meet you all."


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Fly. My buddy worked for them years back when the bottom started to go in Michigan. I left for Chicago and he went to RK. He worked on the design side so dont know much about there field guys but he said they were a good company.They offered him lots of training. He also said they do get a ton of work and do a lot of Govt jobs out there. He said they are always looking to grab Union trained guys especially from the big Midwest cities. He would email me monthly with offers, but Chicago was west enough for me. I will see if i can get more info from him.
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Come on down to Charlotte Fly. Although non-union, I work for a great outfit that has a pretty good stronghold in the area.. We have a few guys that came from Colorado.
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Come on down to Charlotte Fly. Although non-union, I work for a great outfit that has a pretty good stronghold in the area.. We have a few guys that came from Colorado.
PM me the hourly, and some safe neighborhoods. We are down for an adventure...
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PM me the hourly, and some safe neighborhoods. We are down for an adventure...
It's always better in Texas... lol
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If you wanted to go north a few hours Flyout. We have a big need for plumbers in the fox valley Wisconsin. Local 400. Have been organizing residential guys. We don't make your scale down there, but cost to living ratio, it's probably pretty close. Would have to obtain our license obviously. Just an idea if you wanted to move to a place that is family friendly.
I moved from California as an early teenager, and love it here.
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How's the young one Fly out?
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It's always better in Texas... lol
Always heard queers and steers are from Texas and I don't see no horns on your head. Sorry bad joke I know but had to type it,why I don't know
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Always heard queers and steers are from Texas and I don't see no horns on your head. Sorry bad joke I know but had to type it,why I don't know
he has a horn, its just stuck where you cant see it..............
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