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    Architectural & Engineering Services
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Warehouse Manager

Grand Prairie, TX

$18 - $25 an hour
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Area Manager (South)

Columbus, NE

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Area Manager (SLC)

South Sioux City, NE

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Assistant Site Manager

McLean, IL

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Site Manager

Hartville, OH

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Aggregate Truck Driver

Grand Island, NE

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Retail Merchandiser

Dallas, TX

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11 days ago

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Manager in Training (MIT)

Sauget, IL

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Warehouse Associate

Grand Prairie, TX

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20 days ago

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Store Manager

Austin, TX

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18 days ago

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Employees at CRH have reported receiving these benefits. They will vary by role and location.

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Health insurance
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Flexible schedule
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Work & Life Balance


CNC Operator in Tuscaloosa, AL
on May 2, 2021
Very slow
It is an ok to bad place to work. Work flow can be super slow and boring for 30 minutes to 45 minutes of doing nothing. Very physical job would not recommend if you have any physical problems. Hours of shifts are very long. If you work 2nd shift you will go in at 3:30pm and most times will get off at 2:30am. And you feel every minute of it. The very long hours causes very bad work life balance. I would only recommend taking the job if you have CNC experience and you will get $16 an hour but if you don't have CNC experience prior you will only make $12 an hour. The $12 hour pay is not worth it. You could easily go work in retail for the same money and better hours combined with a second job with flexible hours like uber, shipt, grubhub etc.
Recruiter in Colorado Springs, CO
on April 26, 2021
Great company to work for. Full benefits are truly awesome. It's a place that allows construction flexibility and overtime. The company is an industry leader.
Driver in Pasco, WA
on March 15, 2021
First they hire you. Then they try to fire you. Any small mistake and you’re out of there. If it wasn’t for management this job would have been perfectly
Assistant Recruiter in Cedar Park, TX
on March 9, 2021
I loved this position and really like the people I worked with. Let be honest your not going to get along with every single person in any given situation but it wasn’t about making friends. My coworkers were always respectful and professional. I felt like I was in a great company with an amazing opportunity for advancement and growth
Retail Merchandiser in Spokane, WA
on March 6, 2021
Overall this was a great company to work for. You work a day shift with weekends off. You get paid vacation holidays decent benefits. The job itself is relatively simple the only negative is there’s lots of pressure to sell additional products. When your job is just to be a merchandiser sales were not a part of the orientation when you’re hired. They tend to push them and make it your responsibility when you’re not hired to do any sales. There is lots of travel with this job being a merchandiser I was required to service stores in Idaho Montana Washington Oregon. Which wasn’t an issue they pay for your gas your hotel and give you money for food. But you have to submit receipts to get that back at the end of the month. They do not offer a company credit card you’ll have to use your own. you use your own vehicle, they only pay for oil changes. But to compensate you for any wear and tear if you own your vehicle it’s a plus because they do give you a $600 a month car allowance. I know a lot of the stuff may sound like it’s negative it’s not I really enjoyed my job. The two reasons I left were one The health of my father, The second was they cut our pay this was originally a salary position making about $42,000 a year they lowered it down to 30,000. Also wouldn’t have been that big of a deal if I didn’t find out that the money they took from us they gave themselves in raises.
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CRH locations

Clanton, AL
Atlanta, GA
Newnan, GA
Spokane, WA
Terrell, TX
Belmont, NH
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