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Become A Pest Control Technician

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Working As A Pest Control Technician

  • Getting Information
  • Identifying Objects, Actions, and Events
  • Operating Vehicles, Mechanized Devices, or Equipment
  • Inspecting Equipment, Structures, or Material
  • Making Decisions and Solving Problems
  • Outdoors/walking/standing

  • Make Decisions

  • $32,160

    Average Salary

What Does A Pest Control Technician Do At Active Pest Control, Inc.

* Maintain professionalism within the company and most importantly with our customers.
* Capable of coordinating and managing a full time route with maximum efficiency Ability to properly use typical pest technician equipment and tools which includes but is not limited to " A sprayer rig, Backpack sprayer, B&G, Ladder, Fogger, etc.
* Strive to provide detailed services notes, recommendations to customers, and quality service Must be able to work within a team environment and with others Candidate must comply with all rules and regulations stated in the Company Handbook, MSDS and Labels, and proper use of products and materials in accordance to EPA regulations.
* Flexibility in work hours and available for overtime as needed.
* Strong verbal, written and consultation skills preferred.
* Diagram drafting detailing is a PLUS Assisting other technicians on services to improve efficiency or safety; or as management requires.
* Ability to collect and handle cash, checks and invoices with care and submit to office Ability to utilize or learn handheld smart phone device for dispatching and route management purposes.
* Knowledge of PESTPAC is a PLUS.
* Desire to achieve higher success within the company by volunteering for additional leads or stops are a PLUS.
* Must be responsible with company Vehicle, Gas usage, Equipment, Materials and other company owned items

What Does A Pest Control Technician Do At Donovan's Pest Control, Inc.

* Drive Company assigned vehicle to customer locations.
* Meet customers.
* Explain steps and procedures to be taken in providing the specified service for the customer.
* Conduct inspections of properties to locate pest activity, nesting locations and provide solutions.
* Record keeping.
* Read label directions, mix and apply the appropriate pesticide as required by label directions, specific pest problems, and other environment and legal considerations.
* Obtain applicators license and Branch 2 Field Representative License.
* Maintain clean vehicle

What Does A Pest Control Technician Do At Rollins, Inc.

* Drive company vehicle to customer locations
* Meet with customers to explain service and service agreement and have customers fill out and sign appropriate paperwork
* Inspects the customer’s premises to identify insect and pest problems and applies appropriate products according to label directions
* Upon service completion, fill out necessary paperwork including the service ticket, new sales agreement, etc.
* Advise customer of the services provided
* Contact customers to schedule service appointments and respond to any problems
* Maintain cleanliness of vehicle and equipment
* Achieve assigned service performance objectives

What Does A Pest Control Technician Do At Western Pest Services

* Inspect and treat for pests in customer’s businesses
* Maintain company vehicle and equipment
* Build and maintain good customer relations with our customers
* Complete required paperwork at end of each stop
* If you’ve got what it takes, we’ll provide the rest:
* Excellent pay based on your work efforts
* Competitive benefit package (Medical, Rx, dental, vision, 401(k) Plan, Employee Stock Purchase Plan)
* Opportunities for advancement
* In-depth industry orientation and on-going training
* As an equal opportunity employer, we are committed to diversity in the workplace.
* To apply to this or other exciting opportunities, please visit us at Careers – www.westernpest.com
* Required Skills
* High School diploma or equivalency
* Must have good driving record and valid driver’s license
* Must be able to pass pre-employment physical, drug screen and background check
* Must be willing to work independently, utilize 12’ ladder as necessary, exposure to the elements, confined areas or crawl spaces and flexible work schedules/overtime as necessary.
* Required Experience

What Does A Pest Control Technician Do At ABC Humane Wildlife & Pest Control Inc.

* 1. Courteously engaging clients in a professional manner 2.
* Managing Integrated Pest Management treatment plans 3.
* Inspection, diagnosis and appropriate treatment of pest issues 4.
* Estimating 5.
* Safely driving company vehicle 6.
* Keeping company vehicle organized and stocked with the appropriate inventory 7.
* Correctly and efficiently installing any treatment in accordance with State laws 8.
* Properly documenting service in the company computer system.
* Staying current on license requirements and pest management techniques.
* Safely setting, and climbing ladders when needed.
* How to Apply: 1.
* Please apply for the positions through this job posting.
* Please read the information provided above, and respond with why you feel you would be a good candidate for this job.
* Please include your name, the town you live in, telephone number and availability.
* Thank you for taking the time to learn about our organization.
* We look forward to reading your

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How To Become A Pest Control Technician

State laws require pest control workers to be licensed. Most workers need a high school diploma and receive on-the-job training, usually lasting less than 3 months.

Many pest control companies require that employees have good driving records.

Education

A high school diploma or equivalent is typically the minimum qualification for most pest control jobs.

Training

Most pest control workers begin as technicians, receiving both formal technical instruction and moderate-term on-the-job training from employers. They often study specialties such as rodent control, termite control, and fumigation. Technicians also must complete general training in pesticide use and safety. Pest control training can usually be completed in less than 3 months.

After completing the required training, workers are qualified to provide pest control services. Because pest control methods change, workers often attend continuing education classes.

Licenses, Certifications, and Registrations

Pest control workers must be licensed. Licensure requirements vary by state, but workers usually must complete training and pass an exam. Some states have additional requirements, such as having a high school diploma or equivalent, completing an apprenticeship, and passing a background check. States may have additional requirements for applicators.

Advancement

Pest control workers typically advance as they gain experience. Applicators with several years of experience often become supervisors. Some experienced workers start their own pest management company.

Important Qualities

Bookkeeping skills. Pest control workers must keep accurate records of the hours they work, chemicals they use, and payments they collect. Self-employed workers, in particular, need these skills in order to run their business.

Customer-service skills. Pest control workers should be friendly and polite when they interact with customers at their homes or businesses. 

Detail oriented. Because pest control workers apply pesticides, they need to be able to follow instructions carefully in order to prevent harm to residents, pets, the environment, and themselves.

Physical stamina. Pest control workers may spend hours on their feet, often crouching, kneeling, and crawling. They also must be able to withstand uncomfortable conditions, such as heat when they climb into attics in the summertime and cold when they enter crawl spaces during winter.

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Top Pest Control Technician Skills

  1. Pest Control Services
  2. Termite Inspections
  3. Customer Service Skills
You can check out examples of real life uses of top skills on resumes here:
  • Handle large amounts of money or checks daily and the occasional credit/debit transaction to pay for pest control services.
  • Completed Annual Termite Inspections, established new customers and provided advice for prevention of future infestations.
  • Received several letters from customers complimenting my customer service skills.
  • Drive Company vehicle (Ford F-150) sometimes with XL trailer.
  • Spray or dust chemical solutions, powders, or gases into rooms or onto furnishings to rid of infestations.

Top Pest Control Technician Employers

What Kind Of Companies Hire a Pest Control Technician

  1. Terminix
  2. Orkin Pest Control
  3. Orkin
  4. Cook's Pest Control
  5. Home Paramount Pest Control Companies, Inc.
  6. Ehrlich Pest Control
  7. Aptive Environmental
  8. Insight Solutions
  9. Truly Nolen, Inc.
  10. Presto-X Pest Control
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