The primary role of this administrative position is to schedule appointments with clients who contact us to have their home (or soon-to-be home) tested for impurities in their drinking water, mold, radon, septic tank inspections, camera sewer inspections, and well yield tests. You will be responsible for providing STELLAR customer service and establishing rapport with clients. Must be able to maintain a positive attitude and work collaboratively with our team. You should be able to speak knowledgeably about our service lines and the real estate industry (which don’t worry, we will teach the right candidate). Attention to detail is a must. Having fun at work is important too. With your commitment, we will teach you how to schedule appointments using a specific step by step process.
Weekend rotational shifts required. Customer service, sales and/or real estate experience preferred. Located in our Baltimore County headquarters office, this position pays hourly and offers a phenomenal compensation package. The list goes on but most importantly we get to wear jeans to work and provide free coffee, soda and sparkling water.
Knowledge of operating a water treatment and distribution system. Knowledge of wastewater systems is preferred, but not required. General knowledge of mathematics, plumbing and electrical controls, with the ability to accurately read gauges, meters, level indicators, etc. Experienced in taking samples, using testing equipment to analyze samples and make recommendations based on results. Experience in the fields Water Treatment and Distribution, Wastewater Collection and Treatment or Industrial Maintenance is a plus. Water Operator Certification is required. Wastewater Operators Certification is a plus, but not required. Experienced in performing maintenance, repairs and construction work on these systems. Perform other related duties as required. High school diploma is required. Considerable knowledge of potential hazards associated with this work, with ability to recognize and implement appropriate safety precautions. Effective spoken and written communication skills, including the ability to prepare and maintain clear, concise and accurate forms and reports. Ability to develop and maintain effective working relationships with co-workers and clients.
Based out of Southern Maryland, this position is primarily responsible for collecting water samples from both private residences and public water clients. Paid, on the job training is provided. We will pay for you to earn a certification in water sampling through Maryland Department of the Environment. Must be able to drive a company vehicle. A valid driver’s license and clean driving record are required. Must be able to successfully pass a criminal background check. Strong time management and communication skills also required. Growth opportunities available within. Must be reliable, mature and able to work independently. Will be cross trained on additional service lines including radon measurement and mold sampling.
The Human Resources Coordinator will have duties in several areas of HR to help the company run smoothly. Areas may include employee benefits, payroll, recruitment and hiring, training and education, employee relations, organizational development, and policy implementation among others. This position will have a focus on improving HR policies, processes and practices. The HR Coordinator can seamlessly transition from several different projects and work within all areas of the company. Must have an urgency to get the job done and move onto the next project. Must be passionate about collaborating to solve problems and challenge their skill set.
This full-time position will be based in our Baltimore County headquarters office. The position pays hourly and offers a phenomenal compensation package. The list goes on but most importantly we get to wear jeans to work and provide free coffee, soda and sparkling water. Weekend work may be required. HR/recruiting experience is preferred.
Supervises Home Land Labs’ daily operations and laboratory technicians including laboratory hiring and training, current and/or future accreditations, ensuring proper record keeping and test results are reported properly, equipment, and assuring compliance with all applicable regulations. Helps to ensure that the appropriate authority and resources are provided to the laboratory personnel. Participates in upper management meetings and reviews, to provide future goals, reviews of policies and procedures, and reviews of current training and skills of the laboratory staff. Performs annual performance reviews for all laboratory personnel. Reviews Home Land Labs’ daily operations and laboratory technicians’ logs, forms, and other relevant data and procedures. Performs analysis of field samples, according to the laboratory’s accredited and approved EPA method from the Standard Methods: For the Examination of Water and Wastewater reference.Provides consultation on lab results and corrective measures.
Administers compliance of the laboratory, regarding the testing methods, documentation, and importance of Home Land Labs’ management system. Guarantees that all laboratory staff’s individual certifications are current to their testing (MDL and IDC). Collaborates with the Quality Manager to write, review and update the laboratory Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs), to maintain compliance with approved EPA Standard Methods, regulations of the National Primary Drinking Water Regulations (NPDW): 40 CFR, Parts 141-143, and compliance with the EPA Manual for the Certification of Laboratories Analyzing Drinking Water (CLADW). Maintains general cleanliness of the laboratory area, general laboratory safety policies, and other general housekeeping laboratory duties, as required. Train staff on appropriate safety measures taken while working in the lab. Ensure staff are familiar with the safety practice detailed in the Home Land Labs’ Safety Manual. Ensure that quality control and quality assurance programs are established and updated as needed. Ensure appropriate corrective actions are implemented when deficiencies are found in the quality control process. Ensure that results are properly recorded on lab reports and reports are sent to the customer or appropriate regulatory agency in a timely manner. Collaborates with team to monitor the laboratory’s quality policies are being followed to ensure data reduction, validation, reporting and verification are being performed properly. Notifies the appropriate Certifying Authority (CA) in writing, within thirty (30) days of any major changes in personnel, equipment, or laboratory location. Adheres to and supports the Quality Policy program implemented in Home Land Lab. Collaborates with Quality Manager, President, and other relevant upper management, for annual review of the Quality Policy, procedures, verifications, and any suggestions for improvements.
-Bachelor's Degree required in Chemistry or Biochemistry
-Minimum 10 years of relevant industry and laboratory operations experience with a minimum of 2 years preferably in a Lab Director/Supervisor role
-Understanding of regulatory compliance and basic quality systems under ISO, or related standards is a must
-Audit experience with AIHA, ISO17205, NELAC
Proven experience leading a team
-Experience with contract writing, negotiation, RFPs and acquisitions is a plus
-Collaborative work approach aligned with Home Land’s corporate values
We are looking for a sharp individual with an entrepreneurial mindset to perform evaluations of residential properties for real estate transactions. Seeking a trustworthy professional to operate a Rigid fiber-optic camera and earn your certification to perform water sampling and conduct septic inspections. All certifications/licenses paid for by Home Land Environmental. Opportunities to earn your Pump Installers license, radon certification and mold sampling certification are also available. Join local real estate professional chapters and attend networking events to enhance our footprint in the industry. Experienced Environmental Inspectors will have the opportunity to teach CE classes available for real estate agents. Must have superb communication skills and not be afraid to get your hands dirty while learning a new field. Daily work will include locating and accessing septic systems for visual inspections, collecting water quality samples from private wells, connecting hoses to pressure tanks to determine the yield among other duties. If the system does not have access, digging may be required. Must be able to lift and carry a minimum of 75 pounds and enjoy working outdoors yearlong. Strong organizational and time management skills, as well as the ability to work independently with a high degree of accuracy, is required. Must have a valid driver’s license with a clean driving record and will successfully pass a criminal background check. Proficiency in Microsoft Office is required. Bachelor’s degree in Environmental Science is strongly preferred.
Looking for a career change? We are seeking a sharp individual with an entrepreneurial mindset interested in expanding their knowledge in a new field. This position will perform mold and water sampling, radon in the air testing and sewer scoping for residential properties in the Philadelphia/Wilmington area. Training will take place in the Baltimore area. Seeking a trustworthy professional to operate a Rigid fiber-optic camera and earn certifications to perform this testing. All certifications/licenses paid for by Home Land Environmental. Must have superb communication skills, proficient in Microsoft applications and enjoy working outdoors yearlong. Must have a valid driver's license with a clean driving record and will successfully pass a criminal background check. Strong organizational and time management skills, as well as the ability to work independently with a high degree of accuracy, is required. Paid on-the-job training is provided. A strong work ethic and willingness to learn are also required. A Bachelor’s degree in Environmental Science is strongly preferred or equivalent experience.
Seeking a reliable, career-oriented individual to provide courier services between our branch offices. Pick up and drops offs will start in Rosedale, MD at 5:00 am and involve transporting water samples to Annapolis and Waldorf, MD then back to Rosedale with occasional additional stops along the route. No food delivery or passenger transportation involved in this position. Must have experience as a delivery driver, courier, rideshare company or similar occupation. Prefer experience driving a company-owned vehicle or a vehicle representing a company. Must be 18 years old or older and have a high school diploma or equivalent. A valid driver’s license and a clean driving record are required. Must be able to successfully pass a criminal background check. Strong time management and communication skills also required. Growth opportunities available within. Perfect for an early riser that enjoys long drives! The ideal schedule is 5 am-1 pm Tuesday-Saturday.
Looking for a career change? Home Land Environmental is actively seeking a licensed well pump installer or licensed plumber for immediate hire. Our team has a solid reputation of providing impartial third-party inspections and testing for our clients for over 15 years. We have successfully positioned ourselves as leaders in the real estate community and are ready to expand the business to new levels.
We are looking for a sharp professional to perform Baltimore County Regulated Well Yields and sewer inspections using a fiber optic See Snake camera. Our ideal candidate is an ambitious problem solver, detail-oriented, and thrives working independently with a high degree of accuracy. Work will also include repairs of broken caps, cleanouts, stacks, and hose bibs. Also toilet replacement. Knowledge of plumbing code and the ability to pull permits are required. Well-drilling experience is a plus.
Our generous compensation package allows you to work remotely from the field with visits to our Rosedale office where our administrative support team is headquartered. Additional benefits include full health coverage (medical, dental, vision), retirement plan with company match, continuing education and licensing, short-term disability insurance, bonus opportunities, and unlimited opportunities for growth. In addition, we provide you with a company vehicle, laptop, and phone.
Day-to-day operations include, but are not limited to, identifying and analyzing fungal mold spores using a Leica 750DM P microscope and logging samples into our Lab Information Management System (LIMS). Mold samples will be prepared for analysis in accordance with the Home Land Labs’ Standard Operation Procedures, Quality, and Safety Manual. Slides will be prepared from air cassettes, swabs, and tape samples. Identification of genus/group of fungi in prepared samples, as well as other common genus/species of fungi that are reported. Able to identify common building and outdoor fungal spores with the use of reference pictures and external documents, i.e. attachment point of Cladosporium. Basic microscope-related terminology and fungal spore analysis terminology required. Will follow the procedure to retain and properly dispose of samples. Will prepare laboratory reports for clients after inputting data including raw counts, calculating final results, and reporting results to clients. Complete daily and monthly Quality Assurance checks as assigned. General customer service via phone and email is required. Will have the opportunity to attend training classes in areas of biology, radon, water chemistry, mold collection and mitigation, microbiology, quality assurance, laboratory safety, and MDE/EPA protocol. Perform routine maintenance and housekeeping on equipment and the laboratory. A bachelor’s degree in Biology, Biochemistry, or Chemistry is required in addition to basic microscope knowledge. Candidate must have strong time management skills, exhibit flexibility, and be an honest, reliable person.
If you value stability and hard work we encourage you to contact us. Resumes can be submitted to Careers@homelandhealthyhomes.com