With operations throughout the United States, United Right-of-Way offers a variety of employment opportunities and is always seeking qualified candidates in the landscape maintenance and herbicide application disciplines. United Right-of-Way welcomes your employment inquiry.
If you are interested in applying for a position with our company, please contact us directly by calling (602) 248-7021 or by completing the inquiry form under the Contact Us section of this website.
United Right-of-Way is an equal opportunity employer and requires all applicants to submit to a background check and take and pass a pre-employment drug test and E-Verify screening.
Safety & Training
Each operational employee will receive the following training and instruction before they are permitted to begin work: review of company policies and procedures; first aid and CPR training; hazardous material handling, transportation and clean up; equipment use and maintenance and testing for applicator licenses in the various states where we conduct business.
In addition to initial training, all operational employees receive monthly, quarterly and annual re-certification training which ensures they are current on the latest company and industry safety information as well as policies and procedures.
Our hazardous communication program ensures the work environment is free from recognized hazards that could cause injury or illness to company employees or visitors, as each supervisor and manager is accountable for the safety performance of his or her departmental activities. This program specifically addresses the areas of hazard evaluation, labels and warnings, material safety data sheets (MSDS), employee information and training, and pre- and post-supervisor review of projects. United Right-of-Way complies with the Department of Transportation training and testing requirements as specified in HM 126 F that specifically addresses the safe transportation of hazardous materials. In the event of an accidental spill of any hazardous material, URW employees are trained and certified under federal guidelines to quickly evaluate the situation to determine any public health risks, properly contain the spill and provide clean up.
The company’s training and safety information is always available for review by our customers upon request.