Fire/Flood Technician



Job Description: Busy Restoration Company looking for experience Fire and Flood Technician.We respond to water and Fire related emergencies in residential homes, strata buildings and commercial properties throughout the Lower Mainland, and GVRD. Working Conditions• Will often work in dirty and/or wet conditions• Work is of a physical nature• Personal Protective Equipment (including steel toe rubber boots, Tyvek suits and half-face respirators) are available for use and, at times, are mandatory Responsibilities• Responsible for providing communication and photographs to Project Managers, and Department Managers regarding the status of the work being performed. • Responsible for determining category of water loss• Extraction of water using truck mounts, portables, and sump pumps• Demolition of non-restorable materials • Sets up necessary drying equipment • Cleans and sanitizes structure • May be required to manipulate, block, or move contents• Monitors drying process and adjusts/removes equipment as required• Dealing with customers and clients during a difficult timeQualificationsEducation and Experience *• Certified WRT from IICRC or equivalent (Preferred but not required) • Superior customer service skills• Clean criminal record • Valid Driver’s License with a satisfactory driver abstract• Experience with full sized panel van is considered an asset (Preferred but not required) Knowledge, Skills and Abilities • Ability to communicate effectively in English, both verbally and in writing• Ability to work alone or with minimal supervision• Ability to lift industrial fans 30 – 110lbs, Fans and dehumidifiers.• Knowledge of construction related hand tools and power tools, building materials and basic construction • Experience in pressure washing, carpet cleaning is beneficialCompany Description:Barclay Restorations is a full service Restoration Contracting company who specializes in restoration work within the Greater Vancouver Regional District and Fraser Valley areas.
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