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Positions Available - River Forest Yachting Centers

River Forest Yachting Center

River Forest Yachting Centers provides specialty yacht storage and service facilities
with climate-controlled buildings and complete mechanical service solutions

Multiple positions available now at our LaBelle, Florida location

1. Yacht Technicians – experienced in Diesel engines, running gear, vessel systems, electrical systems, plumbing, HVAC experience a plus

2. Yard Crew – Assist with Marine travel lift, transporters, boat storage and haul/launch operations.

3. Parts Dept. Assist with parts requests from techs, stocking, inventory, ordering parts, maintaining stock room.

Excellent salary commensurate with experience and qualifications; Health, Dental, 401K benefits program, vacation/holidays and continued training.

Apply to: tnorris@riverforestyc.com or call: (863) 612-0003

1992 Williams Road
Moore Haven, FL 33471
www.riverforestyc.com

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