Adaptable, Sharp, Personable, Strong (Redlands)

And oh, so humble.

I've worked in finish construction to a limited degree (very good at drywall taping and other finesse tasks), manufacturing extensively, I can lift heavy loads up to 100 lbs but I'm not stupid enough to do so on a regular basis without equipment. I'm the sort of person that can lift anything with a few specialized knots and a long stick; mechanical advantage wins the day, most days. I am computer savvy, and got a degree in it once upon a time. I enjoy driving, but also enjoy just turning up at the same place every day. I've done no small amount of cleaning, light to absolutely disgusting.

Very familiar with torches of all sizes and shapes, grinding and cutting equipment, melting, shaping, and casting metals. Excellent writing and English skills. Nauseatingly familiar with Microsoft excel, though rusty (it doesn't come up often next to torch work, but they like to make programming students do it for a semester for some reason). Counter sales and customer service is not new territory to me.

I can cook rather well, though I've never worked as a cook. I make a mean pizza, and a solid béarnaise. I have briefly worked as a server and dishwasher before school, a bouncer at a bar during, and generally enjoy memorizing things and passing tests.

Somebody cut me a break? 6 weeks on Indeed is about to drive me to the brink.
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