Grounds Herbicide Pesticide IPM Coordinator
To oversee the pest management applicators and to control products used and methods by which the products are applied. Also maintains accurate records of all treatments to comply with state law and regulations.
High School Diploma or GED
Valid Texas driver’s license with good driving record/CDL preferred
IPM Coordinator Certification
Herbicide/Pesticide applicators license required
Minimum ten years’ experience with herbicide and pesticide products
Minimum ten years’ experience with school district IPM programs
Ability to treat grounds for various insects including fire ants
Ability to make dormant weed applications
Ability to fertilize grounds when needed during various seasons
Knowledge of operation of Heavy Equip (Tractors, Boom Sprayers, RTV)
Ability to follow directions
Ability to handle high-volume, fast paced work loads
Ability to get along with others
Ability to complete task in a timely manner
Willing to comply with flexible work hours
Willing to complete other duties as assigned
Major responsibilities and duties
- Pest Control for the entire District
- Comply with Federal and State Regulations under Texas Department of Agriculture.
- Follow-up on ongoing treatments with school personnel.
- Supervising three Herbicide Pesticide Applicators
Mental demands/physical demands/environmental factors
This document describes the general purpose and responsibilities assigned to this job and is not an exhaustive list of all responsible and duties that may be assigned or skills that may be required.