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We are determined to provide our customers with the best water solutions through planning and continuous education. We are passionate about protecting this vital natural resource and strive to keep water bodies healthy, aligning with our motto, “Friends Of The Water.”

All required job training is provided. For questions, concerns, or more information about our positions, get in touch today!

Lake Management Specialist

Full Time


We’re seeking a Lake Management Specialist (LMS). This position involves performing aquatic services (chemical treatment, microbial applications, aeration, etc.) in accordance with EPA guidelines, company policy, and all state, federal, and product requirements. The LMS will need to be proactive in solving customer problems and take advantage of opportunities to sell products and services to customers while developing and maintaining those positive relationships.

The LMS will maintain company transportation and equipment. All service work should be completed as directed in an efficient, timely manner, and all documentation should be properly filled out and distributed.

  • Customer Service

  • Communication

  • Friendliness

  • Growth-Oriented

  • Individual Skills
  • Problem-Solving
  • Production
  • Professionalism
  • Responsiveness
  • Teamwork

  • 18+ years of age
  • High school diploma or equivalent
  • Free of illegal drug use
  • Able to work befpre 8 AM, afer 5 PM, and/or on weekends
  • Computer and internet skills
  • Able to operate a variety of mechanical equipment
  • Able to lift and move up to 55 lbs
  • Valid motor vehicle operator’s license
  • No more than 1 speeding ticket within the last 3 years
  • No DUI citations within the last 3 years
  • Read, speak, and comprehend English
  • Obtain and maintain a state-issued general standard license and other company working certifications
  • Knowledge of various aquatic vegetation
  • Knowledge of aquatic products, treatments, and services and how to apply them
  • Knowledge of state aquatic regulations and safety procedures
  • Oral and written communication skills
  • Ability to operate a trailer, vehicle, and boat; ability to launch, re-trailer, and secure the boat
  • Walk on uneven terrain and shoreline; ability to climb or crawl up, over, and into structures and crawl spaces
  • Proper use of ALL personal protective equipment

Aerator Maintenance & Repair Specialist

Full Time


We’re seeking an Aerator Maintenance/Repair Specialist. This position involves assembling, servicing, and repairing electronic components and systems with hand tools, test equipment, wiring diagrams, and manufacturer’s specifications in a timely, accurate manner.

  • Install, diagnose, service, and repair electronic equipment
  • Test equipment such as test meters, ammeters, voltmeters, or oscilloscope ohmmeters
  • Apply proper maintenance techniques, and use power and hand tools to perform repairs/maintenance
  • Read wiring diagrams to trace electronic circuits
  • Coordinate daily schedule
  • Maintain communication with the office to ensure efficient and timely service
  • Complete service documentation with the relevant service/billing information
  • Assist others in their work
  • Monitor maintenance/repair-related supplies and report needs
  • Provide research for part prices/availability, manufacturer’s specifications, warranty status, and estimate approval
  • Respond to emergency situations, making informed decisions
  • Maintain a professional manner with customers
  • Attend and participate in technical meetings
  • Follow safety regulations
  • Maintain a clean, orderly, and safe work area

Business Development Rep

Customer Services Administrator

Quality Assurance Manager

Environmental Sciences Manager

Service Manager

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