Restoration Technician

US-CO-Fort Collins
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The Restoration Technician is a first-responder on property loss situations and helps to mitigate the damage in both residential and commercial structures. Technicians are responsible for water damage mitigation, structural board-up and security, on-location cleaning, microbial remediation, content pack outs, content processing/deodorization, content storage and handling.


 Water extraction and mitigation
 Fire and smoke cleaning and restoration
 Microbial remediation
 Vandalism, crime scene and biohazard clean up
 Demolition
 Structural board-up and site stabilization
 Carpet cleaning
 On location cleaning
 Content handling/storage
 Equipment set up, monitoring and break down
 Field management and supervision of all temporary labor personnel
 Manage and maintain a clean and organized appearance of vehicle, equipment, material and consumables on job site and warehouse at all times
 Manage and maintain inventories of all equipment, material, consumables and tools
 Representation on BluSky Emergency Mitigation On Call Rotation
 Complete all necessary paperwork including daily progress report, moisture logs, safety logs and diagrams
 Provide the highest level of customer service
 Adheres to all company best practices.
 All other duties or projects as assigned.


 1 year of restoration industry experience (water, fire, and mold) is preferred
 IICRC accreditations for fire & smoke, water damage, and microbial remediation is preferred
 Excellent communicator, both verbally and written
 Ability to work with people in a professional manner
 Maintains a valid and current driver’s license
 Availability for travel in response to out of town projects and/or catastrophic events
 Successfully pass a national criminal background check and motor vehicle report background check
 Successfully pass a pre-employment drug screening


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