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Floyd County

January 31, 2014

Black Diamond Pest Control hiring 40 workers

JEFFERSONVILLE — Locally owned Black Diamond Termite and Pest Control announced it will be hiring 40 pest control technicians, termite and construction technicians, turf maintenance and landscaping technicians, secretarial/customer service representatives and a web application developer.

All positions are eligible for full benefits, according to a company press release.

Anyone interested is asked to apply online at blackdiamondpestcontrol.com, or apply in person at 4911 Hamburg Pike, Jeffersonville.

Black Diamond Termite and Pest Control Inc., was started in 1940 and incorporated in 1949. The company is in its third generation of family ownership and operation and has a workforce of more than 80 technicians and office staff.

In 2012, the company moved from its long-time home in New Albany into its new headquarters in Jeffersonville.

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