In line with the Entomological Society of America (ESA), there are solely 30 Board Licensed Entomologists serving in Indiana, Michigan, and Ohio – the three states that make up Rose’s footprint – which makes Flood distinctive together with his BCE designation. As a part of his certification, he’ll carry out ongoing, academic coaching necessities all year long and ascribe to a code of moral habits set forth by the ESA.
“The information, presence and demeanor that Joe brings is integral to the service we offer within the higher Cleveland space,” stated Russ Ives, chairman and CEO of Rose Pest Options. “His distinction as a Board Licensed Entomologist showcases his ardour and experience for the pest management trade.”
As a acknowledged BCE, Flood helps elevate Rose’s dedication as international citizen in preserving environmental influence and human security on the forefront of its day by day operations. He’s the sixth Board Licensed Entomologist on Rose’s workers. The corporate employs ten Affiliate Licensed Entomologists (ACEs) as nicely.
“I’m grateful to work for an organization that prides itself in investing in its workers,” stated Flood. “Rose believes in skilled improvement and encourages the workers in continued lifelong studying. It’s a serious motive why I take pleasure in being a part of the Rose workforce.”
In his function because the Cleveland district supervisor, Flood oversees all facets of district operations akin to shopper satisfaction and high quality management. He lives in Akron, Ohio and can be chargeable for recruiting, interviewing, deciding on and coaching new workers who be a part of the Rose Pest Options workforce within the higher Cleveland space.
Flood began as an intern with the corporate in 2007, and the next yr, whereas learning at Michigan State College, he labored seasonally within the mosquito abatement division throughout the Saginaw, Michigan district. He earned his entomology diploma in 2009 and was employed by Rose full-time as a service technician in 2010. Flood served as Rose’s municipal mosquito coordinator within the Saginaw service space for 4 years. He was promoted to coaching supervisor in 2014 after which to district supervisor earlier than starting his tenure in Cleveland. Flood has additionally served on the planning and scientific committees of the Michigan Mosquito Affiliation and studied enterprise programs on the College of Michigan.
“It has been a privilege watching Joe mature into the technical, sound skilled that he’s right now,” stated Mike Rogers, the district supervisor who oversees Rose Pest Options’ operations within the Saginaw, Michigan market. “From his first day as a seasonal mosquito technician to his function as a district supervisor right now, Joe has made certain that no matter he does generates efficient outcomes for the shopper. I congratulate him in incomes his BCE designation, and I stay up for what’s subsequent for him in his pest administration profession with Rose.”