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Working As A Remediation Technician

  • Documenting/Recording Information
  • Evaluating Information to Determine Compliance with Standards
  • Processing Information
  • Getting Information
  • Monitor Processes, Materials, or Surroundings
  • Deal with People

  • $43,030

    Average Salary

What Does A Remediation Technician Do At Michael & Son Services Inc.

* Water extraction, mold remediation, and fire/smoke services
* Performing demolitions
* Setting up and monitoring drying equipment
* Clean up and debris removal
* Estimating the scope of work
* Setting up containment, decontaminating, setting up/monitoring remediation equipment
* Fire damage and smoke cleaning Applicants must have the following

What Does A Remediation Technician Do At NCI

* Providing system engineering and analysis support the BMC Remedy ITSM, Remedy Analytics, Remedy SLM, Remedy SRM, and Remedy RKM for the Army enterprise including installation, integration, maintenance, and Tier 3 support
* Evaluating the Remedy ITSM architecture and providing recommended changes in processes, configuration, software, and hardware, as needed
* Providing engineering support for the development and maintenance of engineering and related technical documentation
* Provide engineering, test and evaluation, and operational, post deployment and life-cycle support of the Army Enterprise ITSM, Remedy Analytics, Remedy SLM, Remedy SRM, Remedy RKM, BMC ProactiveNet Performance Management (BPPM) Suite and BMC Remedy Analytics and Dashboards as deployed in all theaters
* Providing technical support, to include: performing on-site visits to develop requirements for Government review; on-site installation, engineering validation, and test support, and engineering analysis technical reviews
* Performing and documenting technical engineering studies and providing over-the-shoulder training as required
* Supporting the implementation and maintenance of the ESMS standard design and configuration at the Data Centers and Data Center Continuity of Operations Plan (COOP) site, Regional Cyber Center (RCC), and installation Network Enterprise Centers (NEC) for integration of an Enterprise-wide standard, ITIL-based, ESMS
* Providing design and implementation support for migration to the Enterprise system by the TNOSC and NEC sites identified by NETCOM
* Perform operational engineering tasks in UNIX, Windows, Oracle, SQL, ESMS core modules as well as Remedy SLM, Remedy SRM, Remedy Analytics, and Remedy RKM product installation and integration with other enterprise management tools, including Microsoft Systems Management Server (SMS) and Spectrum Network Management System (NMS)
* Supporting the system design and implementation of NetOps tools that interface with the ESMS core modules as well as Remedy SLM, Remedy SRM, Remedy Analytics, Remedy RKM NetOps and BMC ProactiveNet Performance Management (BPPM) Suite and BMC Remedy Analytics and Dashboards capabilities
* Attending meetings in a team environment in order to identify problem areas, review hardware/software requirements, and coordinate milestones
* Interfacing with IT management, specialists, and engineers throughout all echelons of the LandWarNet

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How To Become A Remediation Technician

Environmental science and protection technicians typically need an associate’s degree or 2 years of postsecondary education, although some positions may require a bachelor’s degree.


Environmental science and protection technicians typically need an associate’s degree in environmental science, environmental health, public health, or a related degree. Because of the wide range of tasks, environments, and industries in which these technicians work, there are jobs that do not require postsecondary education and others that require a bachelor’s degree.

A background in natural sciences is important for environmental science and protection technicians. Students should take courses in chemistry, biology, geology, and physics. Coursework in mathematics, statistics, and computer science also is useful because technicians routinely do data analysis and modeling.

Many schools offer internships and cooperative-education programs, which help students gain valuable experience while attending school. Internships and cooperative-education experience can enhance the students’ employment prospects.

Many technical and community colleges offer programs in environmental studies or a related technology, such as remote sensing or geographic information systems (GISs). Associate’s degree programs at community colleges traditionally are designed to easily transfer to bachelor’s degree programs at public colleges and universities.

Important Qualities

Analytical skills. Environmental science and protection technicians must be able to carry out a wide range of laboratory and field tests, and their results must be accurate and precise.

Communication skills. Environmental science and protection technicians must have good listening and writing skills, because they must follow precise directions for sample collection and communicate their results effectively in their written reports. They also may need to discuss their results with colleagues, clients, and sometimes public audiences.

Critical-thinking skills. Environmental science and protection technicians reach their conclusions through sound reasoning and judgment. They have to be able to determine the best way to address environmental hazards.

Interpersonal skills. Environmental science and protection technicians need to be able to work well and collaborate with others, because they often work with scientists and other technicians.

Licenses, Certifications, and Registrations

In some states, environmental science and protection technicians need a license to do certain types of environmental and health inspections. For example, some states require licensing for technicians who test buildings for radon. Licensure requirements vary by state but typically include certain levels of education and experience and a passing score on an exam.

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Remediation Technician Demographics


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  • White

  • Hispanic or Latino

  • Asian

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  • Black or African American

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Languages Spoken

  • Spanish

  • Portuguese


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Top Skills for A Remediation Technician


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Top Remediation Technician Skills

  1. Air Movers
  2. Safety
  3. Mold Remediation
You can check out examples of real life uses of top skills on resumes here:
  • Gained experience with containment of impacted areas and the setup of equipment such as air movers, dehumidifiers and air scrubbers.
  • Assembled scaffolds and safety devices for abatement procedures.
  • Performed commercial and residential mold remediation as a licensed mold remediation technician.
  • Operated and maintained groundwater treatment plant, soil vapor extraction system and thermal oxidizer to remediate soil and groundwater contamination.
  • Respond to water damage emergency calls, and repair mold damage structures.

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