Pest Control Technician
Busting bugs has its benefits-like a company-provided truck, gas and phone. Benefits including a 401(k) with a company match. Flexible compensation packages include completive hourly rate or annual compensation (depending on role and shift).
But it’s more than that. It’s serving with a smile. It’s having your teammates’ backs. It’s going above and beyond and making a difference. We step in and step up when people have problems they can’t fix, and they need pros. We crush their pest problems and lift their spirits.
Are you a hard worker? Can you follow direction, adapt to change, and solve problems? Are you organized, friendly, and motivated to succeed? That’s a great place to start.
As a Pest control Technician, here’s what you can expect:
- You won’t be tied to a desk
- When you first join Terminix Nation, you’ll spend a few months in training
- You’ll get rewarded with competitive pay and robust benefits
- You’ll be part of a community
- You’ll be onboarded and trained by our best & brightest
What your days will look like
Roll up your sleeves and get ready to learn how we take care of customers. You’ll become an expert in applying our company products so they’re safe and effective
Are you a good driver? As a technician, your office is the cab of your Terminix truck. You’ll use it on calls and take it home, too. Same goes for your Terminix phone. We trust our technicians.
You’ll be responsible for building relationships with customers, scheduling and confirming their appointments, helping with sales to current customers and expanding our product to new customers.
Does technology scare you? That’s okay. We provide training and support to ensure you’re comfortable using state-of-the-art tools. You’ll also need to have strong communication skills so you can email, text, call, talk, and write effectively. There is also paperwork.
There’s an opportunity to grow into a role you’re passionate about and fits your skillset-whether that’s management, a move to sales, or another opportunity at Terminix.
High school diploma or general education degree (GED); or one to three months related experience and/or training; or equivalent combination of education and experience.
- solid reading, writing and verbal communication skills.
- Some basic math skills-add, subtract, multiply, and divide, using whole numbers, common fractions, and decimals. You’ll need to be able to follow instructions for mixing on product labels.
- Ability to effectively present information in one-on-one and small group situations to customers, clients, and other employees of the organization.
- Maintains licenses/certificates as required by federal, state, or local regulations.
- Maintains valid driver’s license
Straight talk about the physical demands of our work
The physical demands are representative of those that must be met by an employee to perform the essential function of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. Here’s what we mean:
- You’ve got to be able to move up to 10 pounds regularly, and 11-20 lbs. frequently, whether that’s lifting, carrying, pushing, pulling, or otherwise repositioning objects.
- You’ll move around a lot. Regularly sitting, climbing, balancing, stooping, kneeling, crouching, and crawling. You’ll go up and down stairs, ladders, scaffolding, ramps, and poles. And you’ll need to keep your balance when walking, standing, or crouching on narrow, slippery, or moving surfaces.
- You must be able to safely operate a motor vehicle and make sure it and all other equipment is kept clean.
- You’ll need the vision to perform detail-oriented activities at distances close to the eye or within arm’s reach.
- Sometimes you’ll need to wear personal protective equipment (PPE), like an OSHA-compliant respirator, and you’ll need to be okay with regularly working in confined spaces, narrow aisles, or passageways.
- Both inside (not necessarily temperature controlled) and outside (without protection from weather; extreme heat-above 100 and/or cold-below 32 for more than one hour) environmental conditions.
- Hazardous physical conditions, such as mechanical parts, vehicles, electrical current, heights and scaffolding, chemical exposure, and/or high heat.
- Atmospheric conditions affecting the respiratory system of the skin, such as fumes, odors, dust, mold, mist, gas, poor ventilation. • Exposure to animals and insects.
- Meet physical requirements and/or pass medical certification in compliance with state and/or federal regulatory requirements and company safety policies relating to carrying and wearing personal protective equipment (PPE), including, but not limited to an OSHA compliant respirator.
- Working in tight, confined spaces, narrow aisles, or passageways including but not limited to crawl spaces.
When applying, please note that you saw the job posted on the NOVAworks Job Board. If you need help with your resumé, please see a NOVAworks Career Advisor.