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The Exterminators Inc. is looking for new members to join our growing team. We offer competitive salaries and bonus packages to licensed exterminators please apply with resume.

Pest Control Technician - Exterminator

Full time Pest Control Service Technician

Job Description

Full time Pest Control Service Technician. Candidates must be highly motivated with proficient written and oral communication skills and must currently hold a valid exterminator’s license. This position involves daily travel to customer locations. The service technician must be able to identify, propose and complete pest control treatments to commercial and residential customers and for a variety of pests. This is a full time position. The Exterminators Inc. provide the training, support and tools required.

Wildlife Technician

Full time Wildlife Service Technician

Job Description

A Wildlife Removal Specialist helps solve problems with urban wildlife. You will help raccoons or squirrels out of an attic, skunks from under a shed, or help other animals and birds out of difficult and intrusive situations.

If you are comfortable with working at heights, are handy with general repairs, and have a positive attitude your work will give peace of mind (and a good night’s rest) to customers and help stranded wildlife find better and more appropriate homes every day.

Attic Insulation Installer

General Labour

Job Description

An Attic Insulation Installer you are going to be a part of the two-man crew and will be responsible for attic inspection, insulation removal and insulation installation. We provide all equipment and materials.

Inbound Sales

Office Administrator

Job Description

The Exterminators Inc. is an established pest control company operating in the GTA. Our team is growing and we are looking for a driven customer service/logistics representative that can assist in receiving incoming calls/ scheduling, dispatching and performing minor office-related tasks such as data entry.

Pest Control Career - FAQ

What are Our Requirements?

  • Structural Exterminator License
  • G License with a Clean Driving Record
  • No Criminal Record
  • Excellent Customer Service Skills
  • Strong Attention to Detail
  • This position requires some physical labor, working on heights, crouching, kneeling

Why You Need a Pest Control License?

All Canadian provinces require all pest control technicians to have a pesticide license. In Ontario specifically, there are three types of pesticide licenses you’ll have to obtain, depending on the nature of your business.

Exterminator License

This license allows you to apply pesticides in order to eliminate or reduce the population of pests. The exterminator license applies to structural, water, and land extermination.

What Do Our Pest Control Specialists Do?

All pest control jobs are tasked with removing any unwanted pests. These pests may vary from rats and cockroaches in households to ticks and bed bugs that have infested buildings.

A pest control specialist comes to customer home and before using the required pesticides to kill pests, tries to determine the root cause of the problem and offers you long-term solutions. They may recommend that you try to keep your kitchen as neat and tidy as possible, and for you to also keep your food in the fridge or airtight containers as an untidy room with lots of food is bound to attract pests, and only after inspection will use the necessary pesticides that will kill the pests, and then leave once the job is done.

What is the Importance of Pest Control?

All pest control jobs are tasked with removing any unwanted pests. These pests may vary from rats and cockroaches in households to ticks and bed bugs that have infested buildings.

A pest control specialist comes to customer home and before using the required pesticides to kill pests, tries to determine the root cause of the problem and offers you long-term solutions. They may recommend that you try to keep your kitchen as neat and tidy as possible, and for you to also keep your food in the fridge or airtight containers as an untidy room with lots of food is bound to attract pests, and only after inspection will use the necessary pesticides that will kill the pests, and then leave once the job is done.

Why is IPM Important?

IPM (Integrated Pest Management) involves analyzing and coming to an appropriate pest control technique or measure that will reduce pest infestations, while also taking into consideration the health of humans and the environment. IPM also takes into consideration the most cost-effective measures to reach this.

Because IPM takes a look at not only lowering or stopping a pest infestation but also the preventative methods that can be implemented, it is more of a proactive rather than a reactive approach to pest control. IPM is important because it focuses on coming to solutions that are ideal for both human beings and the environment.

What are the Principles of IPM?

1. Inspections

For proper IPM to take place, it is important for pest control jobs and to understand the types and levels of pest infestation. This is achieved through regular inspections and monitoring.

2. Documentation

IPM also requires a record-keeping system. This becomes important in identifying certain patterns or trends with pests. Documentation will involve identifying the specific pests, the size of the population, what treatment was carried out, and if there’s a recommendation for preventative methods.

3. An Action Threshold

IPM seeks individuals to understand that an acceptable number of pests are a part of life and should be tolerated. Before a plan to eradicate the pests can be put into place, it is important to first establish if they will cause damage to your well-being or property.

For instance, if you’re a farmer, you’re bound to have some bugs in the field around your crops, but how much is too much? The action threshold is the population density the bugs will reach before managing the pests will take place.

4. Prevention Tactics

One of the core principals of Pest Control Jobs and IPM is looking at preventative measures. These tactics should take into consideration costs as well as the environmental impact. When a decision is made to use pesticides, the pesticides with the least-toxic materials are favoured. This will help to ensure that the problematic pests are minimized, while also not exposing humans and other non-target organisms to harmful toxins.

5. Evaluation

Once a tactic has been applied, it is important to document and evaluate its success. This will help to guide future IPM measures.

What Do We Offer?

  • Base Salary
  • Performance Bonuses
  • Paid Vacation
  • Paid Training and Development
  • Vehicle and Equipment
  • Gas Card

Why Work With Us?

The Exterminators Inc. is an established but growing pest control and wildlife removal company servicing the Greater Toronto Area. We take pride in our work, enjoy helping customers and solving problems. We are ambitious but above all we are a team.

Please apply with resume. Only qualified candidates will be contacted. You can use the contact form bellow.

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