Do you feel under-stimulated in your current position? Are you looking for stability and longevity? You are not alone. Join countless others who have decided to take charge of their careers and become a part of one of the fastest growing industries, pest management.
This is an opportunity to develop your skill set, become an authority in the pest management industry, and work with a group of hard-working professionals like yourself.
We are a family owned company that has been providing Integrated Pest Management (IPM) solutions to Bay Area clients for over 30 years. Our mission is to discover, develop and deliver the best services to improve the places we live and work.
The prevention of pests is a public health concern and we specialize in the management of key public health threats in a manner that minimizes impact to the environment and the community.
We are passionate about growth, innovation, and collaboration. We are constantly striving to improve and better ourselves so that we can better support our clients. If you have a growth mindset and you thrive under pressure, you are probably an excellent fit for our team!
Typical Day As A Night Crew Technician
- At least 18 years in age
- US Citizen or a valid Authorized Work Permit
- Valid Driver's License
- Kaiser Medical Evaluation for Respirator Use
- Hazmat Online Confined Space Training
- Must be able to read, write, comprehend, and communicate in English
- Ability to understand and follow written and verbal instructions
- Basic computer knowledge; capable of learning new software programs quickly
- While performing the duties of this job, the employee is frequently required to do the following
- Stand, walk, or drive for prolonged periods
- Physical activities requiring a considerable use of arms and legs and moving your whole body, such as climbing, lifting, balancing, walking, stooping, and handling materials.
- Move or lift 50-100 lbs.
- Bend and kneel frequently
- Wear a respirator
Work is typically Sunday through Thursday 6pm-3am; shift times may vary; shifts are 8 hours and those hours include two 15-minute (paid) breaks and a minimum 1/2-hour (unpaid) lunch. Works weekends and overtime when required. Always works in teams of two.
Travels throughout the city and county of San Francisco. Frequent stops in traffic utilizing traffic lights and traffic cones for safety. Because there are health risks associated with pesticide use, workers are trained in pesticide safety and sometimes wear protective gear, including respirators, gloves, and goggles.