Orkin Residential Services Specialist (1325014)

Rollins, Inc Bremerton , WA 98314

Posted 4 months ago

Enjoy a career not just a job at Orkin as a Residential Service Specialist!

FULL TIME WORK WITH A ROCK SOLID COMPANY

  • HOURLY RATE POSITION WITH PROMOTION TO INCENTIVE BASED ROUTES
  • INCENTIVE BASED ROUTES EARNINGS OPPORTUNITY $40,000 - $60,000 +
  • COMPANY VEHICLE PLUS PAID FUEL
  • PAID TRAINING AND BENEFITS
  • Medical, Dental, Vision, Vacation, Holidays, Long Term Disability, Sick Leave, WELL ESTABLISHED 401k
  • CAREER GROWTH OPPORTUNITIES TO SUPERVISION, OR SALES

BE A PART OF THE ORKIN STORY

We have a GREAT story to tell and those chapters come from many women and men who never knew anything about us, and now they proudly tell the story of their careers.

Listen to Gloria tell her story of how she applied for an admin job and walked away with a CAREER as a Home services specialist! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cX9SdZOUbTg

Our team is made up of people from all walks of life, such as military, retail, restaurants, beverage delivery, banking, education, hospitality, or other service industries, just to name a few.

What is our purpose? Our team has a passion to deliver exceptional customer service and enjoys helping families provide a healthy environment in their homes and businesses through a pest management solution. Feel good about what you do!

We welcome you to apply today via your smart phone or other device. It is simple. Who knows, you may decide your time with us is the chapter you have always wanted to write.

The qualified candidate with a good work history and references must have these skillsets:

  • Interpersonal skills to deliver exceptional customer service

  • Communication skills and active listening skills

  • Enthusiasm, Work Ethic, Flexibility, Organization and Teamwork

The jobs require ability to:

  • Deliver "Take Your Breath Away" Customer Service

  • Work independently to manage a route

  • Operate a hand held computer

  • Drive a company vehicle safely to customer's businesses with a valid driver's license and clean driving record

Orkin is a National Service Company and subsidiary of Rollins, Inc. (listed as ROL on NYSE), and our mission is to be the World's Best Service Company. We are excited to announce that Rollins was named one of the TOP Work Places by the Atlanta Journal-Constitution.

We are a Drug Free and Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer

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Orkin Residential Services Specialist (1325014)

Rollins, Inc