Mick’s Exterminating in St. Charles announces they are hiring

Mick's Exterminating is hiring people to remove spiders, moles, rodents, termites, and small wildlife. Individuals need to have a clean driving record and a background check.

O'Fallon, United States - January 20, 2020 /PressCable/ —

St. Louis, Missouri (January 2020)–Mick’s Exterminating is now hiring new individuals to join their team. The positions are for pest exterminators that solve and prevent pest issues for homes and businesses in St. Charles and St. Louis counties. The types of pests include spiders, moles, rodents, termites, and small wildlife. Individuals need to have a clean driving record and all applicants will undergo a background check. Once accepted, employees of Mick’s Exterminating will enjoy on-the-job training and a competitive compensation package, along with paid holidays, vacation, medical insurance, and a company-matched simple IRA plan. Those who present a good customer service attitude and solid work ethic are welcome to apply by emailing a resume to mostrander@micksexterminating.com.

Mick’s Exterminating offers a unique work environment. Their existing employees were hired because they believe in the company’s culture. That’s why new applicants should exhibit the following characteristics. They should believe in doing the right thing at all times, not just most of the time, or when someone is watching. They should enjoy solving problems for others because that is what they will do every day for clients. Employees should have the discipline and self-motivation to work independently, as exterminators often visit businesses or homes without direct supervision. The final characteristic is wanting to be part of a team. Mick’s is a family business, so each member of the team must work toward the common goal of customer satisfaction and business success.

Mick’s Exterminating is an extermination company in St. Louis. They have been successfully helping the people of homes and businesses remove unwanted pests since 1973. Mick’s is able to travel to most of the St. Louis area and all of St. Charles to help provide their services. To learn more about the business of Mick’s and to see the pests they deal with, visit their Facebook Page.

Mick’s Exterminating

8491 Veterans Memorial Pkwy

O’Fallon, MO 63366




Contact Info:
Name: Matt Ostrander
Email: Send Email
Organization: Mick's Exterminating
Address: 8491 Veterans Memorial Pkwy, O'Fallon, Missouri 63366, United States
Phone: +1-636-978-5700
Website: http://www.micksexterminating.com/

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 88943242

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