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Thread: Wall and Floor Tiler

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    Wall and Floor Tiler

    Hi there guys
    is there much work in aruba for a wall and floor tiler (setter )ect I have been a tiler for the pass ten years there is not a lot I dont know about tiling do have my qual here in the uk NVQ2
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    If you find a way to work in Aruba legally i have a list of people you can do work for. But you must posses the following qualities

    -show up when you say you will
    -don't be late
    -return phone calls
    -speak english
    actually finish the job
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    wall and floor tiler

    all I need now is to get a work visa and i do speak english being from the uk
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    ups for got I am never Late
    Ialways return calls
    always finish job thats when I get paid
    I pride my self on all work bein well done thats how I get recomended to others
    Always here for help and advice
    so you guys in the sun if you need help always ask
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    paul wall and floor tiler

    Hi there thinking about trying to find work over there ,I am a wall and floor tiler setter also have my qual nvq2 is there much work for a tiler
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    Getting the work permit is the hard part. Also - official documents
    are in dutch. You'll prob. need some papimento and spanish
    to deal with other workers....
    Aruba Kitten Rescue www.arubakitten.org
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