Employment Opportunities

The Company:

Wisconsin Lake & Pond Resource LLC (WLPR), a small family-owned and operated business, was founded in 2005.

WLPR has biologists on staff who hold degrees in aquatic management or biology-related field. Our professionals on staff have more than 30 years of experience helping clients understand the complex issues of successful aquatic management. When clients work with WLPR, they are working with more than just chemical applicators! They are working with biologists that understand the delicate environment of aquatic resources. WLPR takes pride in reducing algaecides and herbicides by using a more proactive approach to managing nuisance aquatic growth. In addition to working with individuals, WLPR works with corporations, property managers, homeowner associations, lake associations, municipalities, and campground owners.

WLPR also provides consultation with prospective new pond owners. Our Pond Development Supervisor at WLPR will meet with prospective new lined pond clients, provide estimates, and coordinate/lead new pond liner installation projects. In addition, this division of WLPR’s business is in charge of compressor/fountain installation as well as repairs.

Field Service Technician – Equipment Specialist

The Field Service Technician – Equipment Specialist position will work closely with the Pond Development Supervisor. If you enjoy working on the water, being outdoors, and have experience with lake and pond management equipment, we encourage you to submit your resume for consideration to wendy@wisconsinlpr.com.

Job Summary: 

Responsibilities include, but are not limited to, overall assembly, organization, installation, management, and maintenance of lake and pond management equipment which includes aeration and decorative fountain equipment, as well as waterfall pumps. In addition, this position assists the Pond Development Supervisor with the installation of new pond construction components. Peak season work includes spring installation and start-up of all equipment on a timely basis; seasonal repair; fall removal; and winter inspection/light maintenance.

Specific Job Responsibilities:

  • Perform installation and maintenance support of pond management equipment
  • Assist in the installation of new pond construction components (*)
  • Apply aquatic products including algaecides, herbicides, bacteria, enzymes, and dye to aquatic resources (**)

General Job Responsibilities:

• Help the WLPR team manage, organize, and maintain company shop/warehouse
• Assist WLPR team maintain company-owned boats, motors, sprayer equipment, and trailers
• Promote new business to current and prospective clients
• Maintain current customer relations to ensure overall customer satisfaction
• Provide general sales of company equipment and services

Required Qualifications:

  • Prior demonstrated knowledge and experience with light maintenance and repair of electrical motors
  • Good driving record
  • General knowledge of hand tools
  • Strong swimmer
  • Ability to work out of small boats
  • Prior demonstrated knowledge and experience operating small boats and motors
  • Ability to lift up to 75 lbs.
  • Ability to work long hours in various weather conditions during peak season
  • Ability to pass a pre-employment drug screen and background check
  • Demonstrated proficiency in the use of computers, iPads, cell phones, and Microsoft product software
  • Ability to communicate effectively

Additional Preferred Skills/Licenses   

  • Ability to drive light construction equipment (skid steer, forklift, etc.)
  • Ability to read construction grading plans
  • Commercial Driver License (CDL)

General Information

Work Environment:

  • Employee subject to working in various weather conditions during peak season
  • Employee subject to infrequent overnight stays
  • Frequently walking, standing, stooping, bending, reaching and pulling
  • Medium noise levels from operating and working around small boats and equipment
  • Lifting required up to 75 lbs.
  • Employee subject to managing, organizing, and maintaining company shop/warehouse and equipment during non‑peak season

Company Training:

  • (*) Company provided wedge welding equipment training
  • (**) Company provided test for Category 5: Aquatic & Mosquito Commercial Applicator Certification

Compensation and Benefit Package:

  • Department bonus and profit sharing
  • Employee health insurance (per current WLPR plan)
  • Paid time off and paid major holidays (per WLPR handbook)
  • Company Simple IRA retirement plan after probation period
  • Company provided business cell phone, WLPR shirts/sweatshirts, and Personal Flotation Device

Location and Work Hours:

  • Wisconsin Lake & Pond Resource LLC, N7828 Town Hall Road, Eldorado, WI
  • Full-time position:
    • Monday – Friday 7:00-5:00 (peak season which is April-September)
      Extended hours required during peak season
    • Monday – Friday 7:00-3:00 (non‑peak season which is October-March)

Wisconsin Lake & Pond Resource, LLC is an equal opportunity employer. We encourage all qualified minorities, women, veterans, and disabled individuals to apply.