Pest Management & Pest Control Jobs
Now Hiring. Join Plunkett's Today!
If you're looking for stable employment and want to make a difference with a dedicated team, then we'd like to hear from you. At Plunkett’s we offer a generous compensation package with competitive wages and benefits.
A job as a Plunkett's Pest Control Technician will get you out and about on a schedule you design around your life with variety and room for growth! No college degree required, plus you get your own truck! You don't have to like bugs, but you do have to love people. Browse our open positions below.
• Medical, Dental and Vision Insurance
• Life Insurance
• Short and Long Term Disability
• Vacation Leave
• Critical Illness and Accident Insurance
• 401(k) Plan with Company Match
Some of the jobs listed here may be for wildlife management positions. Those positions will have "wildlife" in the job title.
Click below to learn more about our wildlife services division, Varment Guard®.
PLUNKETT’S PREVAILING TENETS
For over 100 years now, here are our company’s prevailing tenets:
- Trust is the key to repeat business, and behaving with integrity builds trust.
- To give real service you must add something which cannot be bought or measured with money, and that is sincerity and integrity.
- We do what we say we’re going to do.
You can count on Plunkett’s because you can count on our people. From the office to the field, we have a strong team of experienced professionals here specifically to serve you, our valued client. The sum and substance of our business are the people we employ to perform the service and the relationships they have with our clients. We get that and take it very seriously.
A Typical Day In The Life of A Pest Control Technician
Every day is different, but a typical day for a pest control technician goes something like this: You get up early – not because there’s a clock to punch (there’s not!) – but because you’re the kind of person who’s eager to get started.
During the course of the day, you service several clients – homes, restaurants, businesses, schools, hospitals, etc. – a whole variety of places. The size of your accounts will range from the small to the very large, such as food processing plants, warehouses, or apartment complexes. At each account, you check in with a contact person – the homeowner, business owner, or whoever is designated to deal with contractors; and you discuss any pest concerns they may have. Then you inspect the premises. You look for pests, or for conditions that could allow pests to access to your client’s home or place of business.
If you find pests, you first determine how you will keep them out in the first place and you make recommendations to your client on things they can do to make their premises less suitable for pests. If appropriate, you might use an insecticide, rodenticide, or other pest control material according to label directions. You put safety first, make effectiveness a close second, and value economy closely behind that.
In short, you’ll see people, relate to them in a friendly and professional manner, and solve several different mysteries every day. You’ll provide a high-quality, effective service. You’ll grow your service route by making a prospect call or two and establishing contact with people who aren’t your customers – yet. You’ll document your service calls and communicate with the office.
At the end of the day, you have the satisfaction of being an authentic, respectable pest control technician who delivers peace of mind to our clients while protecting their health and property.