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Hiring Lead Water Damage Tech Supervisor

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We are looking for a Lead Tech for Water, Fire, Mold and Contents Restoration Technician. We are a local disaster restoration company providing services to Southeast Michigan.

The right applicant for this restoration Lead Tech position will have 3 years preferred experience and will be expected to supervise and produce mitigation work on a daily basis to accomplish daily and weekly production goals. You will also be responsible to work along side your team to teach, train/coach, and help meet all production goals. The ability to perform dry-out procedures and mold remediation will be required as well.

Key Responsibilities as our Water Restoration Lead Tech/Supervisor: 

  • Oversee, mentor, and monitor technicians performing dry-out procedures and mold remediation.
  • Front line and first responder for our company.
  • Inspect site and present solutions to the customer.
  • Obtain/create daily reports from technicians that document equipment used and work performed.
  • Through working with the Mitigation Manager, learn to use use Xactimate software to create billing for work performed.
  • Work closely with the Mitigation Manager/Project Coordinator ensuring proper schedule flow & timely job completion.
  • Effectively communicate with technicians, colleagues, and customers.
  • Sign up new customers and have contracts signed to begin mitigation work.
  • Ensure projects are completed in established time frame and in accordance with IICRC guidelines.

For a more detailed Lead Tech job description or to apply click here. For other postings go to our careers page.

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