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Looking for a career that is challenging and rewarding? As a utility locate technician, you will be able to take advantage of a number of benefits:
 
It’s a Growth Industry 
 
Want career security? Good news: the underground utility locator industry is projected to grow at a rate of 5.68% between 2019 and 2023. This is driven by the increasing concerns around safety and security regarding underground utilities. A strong construction sector is also generating interest in these services. When it comes to jobs in demand, underground utility locators will be increasingly sought-after and well-compensated. 
 
Opportunity for Training and Development 
 
We know the importance of proper career training, and we will never send technicians out to a job unprepared. You will receive extensive training in locating methods, equipment, safety regulations, and more. Learning never stops: we’ll ensure you have the most up-to-date education so you can provide the best quality and service to our clients. 
 
Independence
 
This is an ideal job for those who are self-motivated and able to put their skills and training to work without someone looking over their shoulder every minute. Trained utility locator technicians enjoy an independent environment as they go out in the field. But it’s not isolating! You will interact with our team and our clients in order to provide solutions to their underground utility obstacles. 
 
Chance to Do Important Work
 
Ultimately, underground locator services are all about safety. Striking an underground utility line can result in everything from interruptions in service to dangerous or deadly gas leaks and explosions. As a technician, you play a key role in keeping contractors, crews, and communities safe. What’s more important than that? 
 
Leaders Who Have Your Back 
 
Yes, you will have a great deal of independence, but you will never be in a position where you must deal with a challenge or problem alone. Utility Marx has extensive experience in underground utility locating; training is essential, and so is the knowledge that you can ask your team for assistance and advice at any time.