• Termite Inspector $2500 Sign On Bonus - The Hitmen

    Job Locations US-CA-Santa Rosa
    Posted Date 8 months ago(4/11/2018 5:57 PM)
    Western Exterminator
    Posting Type
  • Overview


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    A Termite (WDO) Inspector is a multi-faceted job. Individuals should possess a Branch 3 field representatives license and be knowledgeable in all aspects of termite and wood destroying organisms including basic construction knowledge. Job duties include performing termite inspections in accordance with State and industry standardsMust also offer recommendations for proper corrective services, selling recommended services, monitoring recommended services to completion, then asking for referrals from your satisfied customers. A thorough inspection involves physical work particularly crawling in sub-area and attic. Additional job responsibilities are to promote new clients while maintaining present clients (realtors). Other duties deemed by management team.


    Essential Duties and Responsibilities Administration

    1. The inspection must be performed according toCompany guidelines and in compliance with theState of California, Structural Pest Control Board Rules and Regulations.
    2. Inspectors must review all WDO reports and contract pages and sign all reports when completed.
    3. Inspection reports must be completedand sent out within 2 business days.  
    4. Inspectors must follow-up with customers to make sure that all details of the report are understood.


    Hitmen offers an excellent starting salary with the opportunity to earn productivity bonuses, retention bonuses, and career advancement bonuses. We also offer full benefits, 401k, vacation, company vehicle, and sick/personal days.




    Willing to train.


    Offering a $2500 Sign On Bonus if hired by May 31, 2018

    Additional Information

    We are Proudly an Equal Opportunity Employer!
    EOE AA M/F/Vet/Disability
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    Pay Transparency Nondiscrimination Provision


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