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Rewarding Career Opportunities in the Water Damage Restoration Industry

Do you like to admire your work at the end of the day? Are you proud to do quality work on homes and buildings? Do you like to be recognized for your skills and value to your employer? STOP Restoration is always looking for great people and you might be the perfect fit.

Few are familiar with the employment opportunities in the water damage (and related property damage) industry. In fact, most people don’t know that restoration is an industry all to its own. Not everyone has experience with a flood or fire in their home or office, so it’s OK if you’ve never known about the restoration industry. If you label yourself a hard-working, hands-on technician of any type, we invite you to learn more about employment opportunities in the restoration industry.

If you enjoy doing different things everyday, restoration can deliver a variety of challenges. As a restoration technician, you might extract water from a pipe failure in a home today and spend the rest of the week doing demo and cleaning on a smoke job. Many construction trade skills are also used in the restoration industry. STOP Restoration also provides fire damage repair, mold and bio-hazard remediation. Your experience in commercial building services, remodeling or tenant improvement work can translate into finding happiness and rewards in a new industry for your future.

When you’re applying for a job at STOP Restoration, you are one step closer to working with a company that runs on systems and works hard to impress its customers. Training and fine-tuned production systems help organize crews, get jobs done faster and better. This efficiency impresses home and building owners. This means more money for everyone.

Service Team of Professionals has TEAM in our name for a reason. We seek team players that are excited to bring skills, good attitudes and their share of effort toward company goals for a better (and bigger) outcome.

We usually have openings for entry-level technicians, specialists, and project managers. In the office, administrative managers and assistants that can handle a busy desk and deliver the utmost in customer service are also in demand.

Please consider the restoration industry as a career opportunity, and click here.