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Elkhorn Construction Farmington, NM
Elkhrn Construction, a 100% employee-owned company is seeking full-time Working Class Foreman for BP Projects. Qualified candidates will be current on BP Control of Work Program. (COW). Must be efficient in following: building all phase of well pad construction, backhoe operations, and leading crews. Please reply directly to this job posting or contact: Allen Hale Elkhorn Construction Area Manager...
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