Brody Brothers Pest Control wants YOU to wage war on bugs and pests!
When it comes to tackling the challenges of pest control, ex-military personnel have proven time and again that they are uniquely equipped to excel in our field.
Experiences in the armed forces instill qualities that translate seamlessly into the world of pest control, making veterans a valuable asset to this industry.
From infantry and servicemen to former military personnel, ex-army, marines, and other veterans, the skill- and mindset that a career in the service affords often aligns perfectly with the demands of pest control.
Transitioning to Civilian Life (Finding Purpose in Pest Control)
For former military personnel, transitioning to civilian life can be a daunting process. The structured environment, camaraderie, and sense of purpose experienced in the armed forces can leave a void upon returning to society and the life of a private citizen. However, a career in the pest control industry can provide a smooth and fulfilling transition, allowing veterans to channel their skills and values into a new purposeful role.
Continuation of Mission and Service
One of the key challenges veterans face when transitioning is finding a sense of purpose akin to what they experienced while performing active service. Joining the pest control industry offers a continuation of mission and service. Just as you tirelessly endeavored to safeguard your country, as a pest control technician you can protect homes and businesses from potential threats. This sense of responsibility and service can fill the void left by military service, giving veterans a renewed sense of purpose.
Work Ethic and Discipline
Military personnel are renowned for their unwavering work ethic and discipline, as well as their problem-solving abilities, leadership skills, and adaptability – all traits that align with the demands of pest control. Service men and women understand the importance of persistence and hard work in achieving objectives. In the pest control industry, where attention to detail and meticulous efforts are crucial, these qualities lead to outstanding results. Commitment to completing tasks efficiently and effectively, instilled during service, becomes a cornerstone of a tech’s success in pest control.
The Desire to Protect and Serve
The innate desire to defend is a driving force for military personnel. This same motivation that drove you during your military career can also be channeled into safeguarding homes and businesses from the threats posed by pests. A stalwart dedication to keeping others safe is a core value that mirrors the responsibilities of a pest control technician, whose sole duty is to protect our clients’ homes from relentless invaders.
Transitioning to a New Career
Finally, for military personnel who have served for four years but did not attend college, the pest control industry offers a promising avenue for a new career. At Brody Brothers Pest Control, our leadership team truly values the skills veterans bring to the table, including problem-solving, adaptability, and teamwork. An ability to handle diverse challenges, honed during military service, positions you for future success.
What’s more, Brody Brothers offers new hires a chance to move up in rank just like they did in the military. As a growing company, our team is building additional levels within our organizational structure. We strongly believe in promoting from within, particularly for those individuals with the leadership skills and experience that military service imparts.
Brody Brothers Pest Control: Seeking Exceptional Talent
Brody Brothers has long recognized the potential of military personnel in pest control. Serving Baltimore, Montgomery, Anne Arundel, and Harford Counties in Maryland, we are actively seeking individuals with a military background to join our diverse and talented team. If you’re looking for a rewarding new mission with a crew of fun-loving pros who take no prisoners, apply online today: https://www.brodybrotherspestcontrol.com/careers