San Antonio, TX – Bob Jenkins & Pest Lawn has announced an internal promotion for a sales and operations role within its organization. Gabrien Aguillon, a Service Manager for the local company, will take on the new role effective immediately.
“Gabriel’s performance over the past twelve years has always been exemplary,” said company spokesperson Mike Davison. “His leadership qualities, desire for new knowledge, and Associated Certified Entomologist credentials combine to make him the ideal candidate for the role. We’re confident that his experience, contagious upbeat personality, and intelligence will help Gabriel succeed in his new role.”
Gabriel Aguillon has been with Bob Jenkins Pest & Lawn for over 12 years, starting as a technician and within a few years becoming a Service Manager for the company. He recently obtained ACE (Associated Certified Entomologist) certification, a crucial aspect of his promotion. Liked by both customers and coworkers alike, the San Antonio firm foresees a bright future for its newest recruit.
“I’ve thoroughly enjoyed my time as a Service Manager, but I’m looking forward to the new challenges and opportunities I will receive as part of the sales and operations team,” stated Mr. Aguillon. “I’m honored to be working with such a fantastic team of talented individuals and can’t wait to see what we can achieve together. ”
The Associate Certified Entomologist (ACE) Program
Being ACE certified can give you and your company the edge it needs to compete successfully with other pest control providers. Many public and private institutions require independent certification for their pest control contractors, and increasingly the general public is seeking expert providers for every service.
The Associate Certified Entomologist (ACE) program is offered to those with training and professional field experience in structural pest management. It’s rapidly becoming the industry-standard for pest management professionals, growing at an average of 35% a year since the program’s introduction.
ACE applicants without a bachelor’s degree in entomology need to:
• Have 5 years’ experience (only 3 required for those with an entomology degree)
• Hold a current U.S. pesticide applicator’s license
• Pass a rigorous examination
• Sign the ACE Code of Ethics
• Maintain a minimum number of CEUs annually (upon passing the exam)
• Market yourself as a cut above: Make sure your name is listed in the roster of other ACEs in your area
ACE is an individual credential earned by those who have demonstrated high levels of professional training and understanding of entomology as it relates to structural pest control. The program includes a rigorous examination that has particular emphasis on the principles and practices of Integrated Pest Management (IPM).
About Bob Jenkins Pest & Lawn:
Bob Jenkins Pest & Lawn is a local family-owned business that has been operational for over 30 years, located at 338 Breesport, in San Antonio Texas. The company is built on providing quality service and highly trained and educated employees. Having an Entomologist on staff continues that tradition and gives the firm an even larger advantage over its competition.
The family-operated firm has extensive experience in a wide range of settings, including commercial pest control, termite control, residential/commercial lawn services, and sports field maintenance, amongst others. The company prides itself on delivering a high quality and honest service to all its customers, no matter their size or budget.
The company can be contacteed by phone at 210-979-7378, or from their website: http://www.jenkinspest.com/
Company Name: Jenkins Pest and Lawn
Contact Person: Mike Davison
City: San Antonio
Country: United States