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Pest Control Technician

Pest Control Technician - Swansea

£18k - £22k + bonus

A specialist, quality driven pest control provider are looking to expand their successful and stable team of Pest Control Technicians.

The expert proactive advice offered to clients - both large and small is of huge importance to this client and have helped them earn a great reputation in the marketplace.

As a Pest Technician you will make several client visits daily - mainly Commercial, in addresses across your region and carry out a range of Pest Control duties.

You will inspect the premises, and report on the severity of pest infestation, undertake the correct programme of treatments and follow up with full written reports.

Applicants should be able to use hand tools, and undertake minor proofing and clearance work.

Applicants should have RSPH / BPCA Level 2, and experience of working with Commercial Clients.

A clean driving licence is essential for this role, and applicants should live in or around the Swansea area.

In return you will receive a competitive salary with a quality bonus and overtime opportunities.

There is also a company car, mobile phone.

The company offer ongoing training and development.

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