Ojibwe Hazardous Abatement
Position: Pest Control Technician
The pest control technician’s responsibilities include but are not limited to inspecting clients’ premises, advising customers on treatment options, and clearing up any areas littered with work-related debris. You should also be able to carry out all duties with minimal supervision efficiently. A successful Technician should be able to communicate in a clear and respectful manner. An exceptional pest control technician is a problem solver and can advise customers on additional services required for effective pest management programs.
Ojibwa Hazardous Abatement, LLC (OHA) is a tribally owned Small Disadvantaged Business with a legacy of regional services, forging a future in nationwide environmental, engineering, and construction services and consulting. Our focus is on providing our customers with exceptional service while maintaining impeccable safety on every job site. We view our staff, partners, and customers as a single team, collaborating to achieve all contract objectives.
Through the acquisition of Pearson Asbestos, which was founded in 1989, we began by providing asbestos and lead inspections for demolitions and renovations, remediation of asbestos, lead, and mold as well as clean up and treatment of other hazardous materials. Building on this long legacy of satisfied commercial customers, OHA has grown to support multiple Federal agencies and service areas.
Pest Control Technician Responsibilities may include:
Ability to read and interpret documents such as safety rules, operating and maintenance instructions, and procedure manuals. Ability to write routine reports and correspondence. Ability to speak effectively before groups of customers or employees of the organization.
Working around equipment and machinery, the work environment is usually dirty, dusty, and noisy, on uneven ground/surfaces containing hazardous or potentially hazardous substances and/or materials and is subject to inclement or extreme weather conditions and temperatures. Work includes handling hazardous materials and the use of personal protective equipment. Regional travel will be required. Must be willing to stay overnight, often 2-3 nights per week depending upon the location of the job.
Must be in good physical health with the ability to wear full and half-face respirators, work rin various spaces and heights, and regularly lift and carry 50+ pounds.
Certifications and additional requirements include: (Certified Training will be provided).
Full-time hourly. Eligible for overtime. Typical work week 4–10-hour shifts (40 hours)
Starting pay is $20.00/hr.; 90-day successful performance review increase to $22.00/hr.; Annual successful performance review increase to $25.00/hr., prevailing wage work may also be available.
OHA is an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment and will not be discriminated against on the basis of age, disability, ethnicity/race, national origin, religion, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, or veteran status.
OHA participates in the Electronic Employment Verification Program. Please click the E-Verify link below for more information.
Please send completed application to:
2715 Danforth Road, Escanaba, MI 49829