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02 May 2019

UK pest technician wanted for Southeast Asia adventure

CPS Myanmar (Burma) is in need of a Pest Technician or Field Biologist to assist our 50 technicians throughout the country.

They're looking for a motivated, detail oriented, committed problem solver to join our team based in Yangon, Myanmar.

CPS looking for adventurous pest technician

This is a unique opening in our business, and gives an opportunity for career development and travel, in one of the last emerging countries in Southeast Asia.

  • Yangon is a vibrant and thriving city, and living is very cheap compared to western countries. With international competitive salaries on offer, this is a great opportunity to save money while gaining experience in a foreign country.
  • Knowledge of Myanmar language is not required, as all site surveys are conducted in English.
  • Say Goodbye to driving, as you catch an Uber to sites.
  • Like to travel? With clients throughout the country, flying is required to locations such as Ngapali, Mergui Archipelago, Mandalay and Nay Pyi Taw.
  • -You will be supported by an experienced and dynamic team that is committed to success.

Company background

Competitive Pest Services is one of the largest, and fastest growing, service companies with international standards in Myanmar.

Join the CPS team

Established as a serious player in the commercial pest control market, it's an exciting time to join this organisation. A National company with clients across the country, with 50 technicians across the country, and continue to experience rapid growth.

Though pest control is not a glamorous industry, there is no lack of fun and friendship in this business.

We pride ourselves in sticking to our core values of Compassion, Loyalty, Trust, Honesty, Respect, Excellence, Communication, Fun, Positivity, and Social Consciousness.

Find out more or apply

Please note this is a sponsored post.

Source: Online

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