Equipment Operator - Aquatic
Benefits Start Day 1 for Full-Time Colleagues - No Waiting Period!
Are you independent, resourceful, and mechanically included? Do you love working outdoors? Want to build your career in an exciting industry and a growing world class organization? Come see why so many of our team members recommend us to their friends!
Who are we?
SOLitude Lake Management – a proud member of the Rentokil family of companies - provides aquatic management services to lakes, ponds, reservoirs, and wetlands. SOLitude offers a wide variety of services including fishery programs, algae and aquatic weed control, mechanical harvesting/hydro-raking, installation/maintenance of fountains and aeration systems, and water quality testing.
What do our Equipment Operators do?
The primary responsibility of the Equipment Operator is to participate in onwater mechanical management operations in a manner that meets company/client expectations and regulatory compliance. This team member fosters the SOLitude culture, value, and service performance standards.
What do you need?
Why Choose Rentokil?
A career with Rentokil is exactly that - a professional trajectory filled with opportunity. We pride ourselves on being a world class team that rewards high performance. We offer competitive pay on a bi-weekly pay schedule and many of our roles offer incentives based on performance and providing exceptional customer experience.
Below you'll find information about some of what Rentokil North America has to offer. All Full-Time Colleagues qualify for the following and Part-Time Colleagues qualify for most benefits when they meet certain criteria.
We are looking for individuals who want to make a difference where our customers live and work. Is that you?
Want to hear Colleague feedback on what it's like to be on our team? Check out our parent company, Rentokil North America, on Glassdoor! Glassdoor - Rentokil North America
Rentokil North America is a Drug-Free Workplace
Rentokil North America is an equal opportunity employer with a commitment to equality in every aspect of employment. As we expand, we are focused on building a foundation of diverse talent and equality in all areas of our workforce. All qualified applicants receive equal consideration, regardless of race, gender, sexual orientation, religion, ethnicity, national origin, veteran status, or disability.
Link to Federal employment poster:
Pay Transparency Nondiscrimination Provision
1,000 - 3,000
If you are interested in becoming an Equipment Operator, you need to understand the job requirements and the detailed related responsibilities. Of course, a good educational background and an applicable major will also help in job hunting. Below are some tips on how to become an Equipment Operator for your reference.
Step 1: Understand the job description and responsibilities of an Accountant.
Quotes from people on Equipment Operator job description and responsibilities
Equipment operators report to on-site supervisors and collaborate with other construction personnel to meet construction goals.
12/18/2021: Beaumont, TX
Conducts regular maintenance on assigned equipment and strictly adheres to maintenance requirements.
02/10/2022: Virginia Beach, VA
Sustain a safe work area by setting up appropriate barricades, warning devices and proper vehicle and equipment placement.
01/03/2022: Fort Smith, AR
Take precaution to avoid potential hazards or obstructions, such as utility lines, other equipment, other workers or falling objects.
12/16/2021: Santa Cruz, CA
Performs preventative maintenance procedures and operated field equipment. Required to maintain a safe working environment and follow strict OSHA regulations.
12/16/2021: San Bernardino, CA
Step 2: Knowing the best tips for becoming an Accountant can help you explore the needs of the position and prepare for the job-related knowledge well ahead of time.
Career tips from people on Equipment Operator jobs
Operators should be alert, detail-oriented and familiar with safety and health guidelines.
02/05/2022: Peoria, IL
Six months verifiable experience within last two years of equipment operator experience, preferred.
02/25/2022: Hialeah, FL
Several states required special licenses to operate specific equipment such as loaders and backhoes.
01/31/2022: Madison, WI
Vocational training programs are also an option for becoming a heavy equipment operator.
12/27/2021: Pittsfield, MA
Ability to operate other heavy equipment is an asset but not required.
12/29/2021: Fargo, ND
Step 3: View the best colleges and universities for Equipment Operator.