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The primary role of pest control workers is to get rid of nuisance and dangerous pests such as rats, termites, bedbugs, ants and roaches from different types of premises and buildings. As part of the job, pest control workers travel to clients' sites where they first inspect the indoor and outdoor surroundings for any sign of pest infestation. Accordingly, they determine the type of treatment requirement to get rid of the pests.
A high school diploma or equivalent is the minimum qualification required for this role. Most employers provide newly hired pest control workers with a period of on the job training as well as formal technical instructions. This is necessary to help you get familiar with the pest control techniques they use on different pests. Pest control workers must be licensed in the state they are working in. Physical strength and stamina are important attributes for the job as it often involves lifting and shifting large items in order to carry out a thorough pest control job of the premises. Pest control workers must also be detail oriented and have excellent customer service skills.
The interviewing committee will most likely want to know more about why you chose this particular career and what skills do you have that make you the best candidate for the job. Check out other questions at mock interview questions for pest control workers.