Part-Time Wildlife Technician – Hartford, CT

Meridian Wildlife Services
Hartford, CT
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Are you looking for a job with adventure and travel? Meridian Wildlife Services is seeking a Part-Time Bird Removal Technician who loves new experiences and hitting the road! Being a Meridian Wildlife Services Technician is a great fit for retirees, veterans, firefighters, artists, animal lovers, and photographers—just to name a few! Position Requirements: Enjoys traveling, hitting the road, and embracing new adventures. Loves helping customers. Has a thirst for knowledge with an appreciation for wildlife and nature. Thrives on independent work yet can work as part of a team. Ability to adapt and overcome challenges with a commitment to capturing the bird every time. While on the job you will get to: analyze, investigate, problem solve and get creative ensuring your captures are successful. Position Summary: Meridian Wildlife Services offers exciting opportunities for new adventures with every job. We specialize in safely capturing and removing birds from commercial spaces, and no two jobs are the same. The right candidate will love working in diverse environments and using creative thinking skills to get the job done. We offer a flexible schedule, a thorough hands-on training program and provide all gear and equipment (which easily fits in a standard size car) needed to be successful in this role. Live within 50 miles of Hartford, CT A minimum of a 3-full day schedule of stand-by availability each week is required, one weekend per month *Our top performing technicians adjust their schedules to have a full week of adventures/captures during our busy seasons. Dispatched from your home. Drive your personal vehicle to job sites with mileage reimbursement. Willing to lodge when needed (Preferred). Willing to work overnight as needed (Preferred). Willing to occasionally travel on airplanes as needed (Preferred). Work in diverse settings ranging from small grocery stores to large distribution centers. Investigate and help customers understand how to prevent future issues.
Basic Qualifications: High school diploma or GED. Valid driver's license. Insured reliable vehicle. At least 18 years old. Has a smartphone. Job Functions: Lift and carry up to 50 lbs. Stand, walk and sit for prolonged periods of time. Work exposed to outdoor elements. Frequent bending, kneeling and reaching. Ability to climb ladders & scissor lifts. Ability to see up close and at a distance. Compensation: $500 to $2000 per month is an average of what our technicians can make. This can be much higher based on where you live and your availability. Mileage reimbursement Paid hotel rooms for jobs that require overnight Rental cars as needed Flights as needed Per diem for out-of-town jobs Benefits: Preventative health coverage options are available with Free $0 Co-Pay Telehealth and Accident Insurance available.  Core Value Match: Energetic curiosity about life and a humble "do better/be better" attitude. Demonstrate our core values of: Eagerly Optimistic, Humbly Confident, Adapt and Overcome, Commitment to Capture, Be Above the Bar, and Help First. For more detailed information, please visit our FAQ  Meridian Wildlife Services provides innovative bird removal and management services for big-box retailers, supermarkets, and distribution centers. Meridian is a dynamic, high-growth company that delivers guaranteed results for our customers. Our specialties include our patented Bird-N-Free Live Capture System, Operational Process Analysis, and Facility Assessment. *Disclaimer: Compensation is subjective and is only an average of what our Bird Removal Technicians can make. There is no guarantee that any one person will receive any set amount of compensation during any period of time. It is completely dependent on several variables, including but not limited to, seasonality, location, rank, bonuses attained, and off-the-job pay.
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