Mastercraft Technician-Gage Marine

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Gage Marine

Gage Marine, a family-owned business for three generations,  is looking for a full-time Tow Boat Technician. We are located on Lake Geneva, in Southeastern Wisconsin, and have a growing sales area dedicated to MasterCraft boats, the leader in the towboat industry. 2-3 years of experience in the towboat category, having attended factory training in MasterCraft and Ilmor engines, and have an extensive mechanical aptitude to troubleshoot and repair all marine applications is preferred. For a full job description and to apply please see- https://gagemarine.isolvedhire.com/jobs/. Starting pay between $18.00/ hr- $30.00/ hr depending on experience. Relocation assistance is available to the right applicant. Starting immediately. For further information email- bill.grunow@gagemarine.com.

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