Job — Hiring Property Preservation Subcontractors in North Carolina (Statewide)

Company Hiring Property Preservation Subcontractors in North Carolina (Statewide)

Company: Sentinel Field Services handles property preservation, foreclosure cleanup and maintenance services. Sentinel services residential properties throughout 32 states and territories.

Job Duties: Foreclosure cleaning vendors interested in working with Sentinel must have the ability to complete the services below:

  • Lawn Maintenance
  • Debris Removal / Hazardous Removal
  • Trashouts
  • Janitorial Work
  • Changing Locks
  • Securing Properties
  • Minor Repairs
  • Winterizations
  • Photo Documentation (taking digital pictures and delivering via email)

To Apply / More Information: For more information and to apply, visit http://www.sfsco.net.    (Foreclosure Cleanup Job Application: http://sfsco.wufoo.com/forms/new-vendor-registration/)

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