Women In Pest Management

 The women who  

 are changing     the game.  

We celebrate women in the industry

Admittedly, and perhaps without surprise, the pest management industry has never exactly enticed an impressive following of female talent. In fact, according to a 2014 study published by the US Department of Labor, a mere 3.7% of women were professionally engaged in pest management. But, the future is bright...

According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, pest management jobs are predicted to grow by 20% through 2022, a pace that exceeds any other occupation. 

We're compelled

to close the gap

for women in the industry... 

by encouraging more women to embark on lucrative and fulfilling careers within the pest management services sector. Our determination has already paid off and we can now boast that 25% of our employees are women who have secured JP Pest Services jobs ranging from field service to executive positions.

The future is bright

Another priority for our corporate team concerns career advancement. Our efforts to inspire all of our employees has resulted in promoting from within whenever possible. Turns out, “possible” has far exceeded our predictions. An impressive number of our management and leadership positions have been filled by women who started with our company without any idea of just how far they would go. 

How far could you go given the chance?

Julie Heincelman

Territory Manager

"I've been with JP Pest Services almost 10 years. I started as a Service Professional and later had the opportunity to advance into a newly created role within our commercial division. 

Jacqueline Bates

Customer Service Manager

"I started with JP Pest Services 4 years ago as a Contact Center Representative. In my second year, I was promoted to the Contact Center Team Leader. JP has allowed my strengths to shine.

Everyone has a story

Learn more about our team members who are changing the game