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Osmose Utilities Services average salary is $45,000, median salary is $45,000 with a salary range from $40,000 to $50,000.
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Collection Specialist 40,000-40,000 Buffalo, NY, 14209 2010 Osmose Utilities Services Collection Specialist Salaries (1)
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Sales Engineering Manager 50,000-50,000 Buffalo, NY, 14209 2010 Osmose Utilities Services Sales Engineering Manager Salaries (1)
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Osmose Utilities Services Information
  • Osmose Utilities Services , Inc.
  • Industry: Other
  • City: Birmingham, AL
  • Osmose Utilities Services, Inc., a wholly-owned subsidiary of Osmose Holdings, provides a broad array of services and products to North American utility markets. Osmose is widely known for its industry-leading inspection, maintenance, and repair services and products targeted at extending the useful life of utility poles, towers, and other field assets. Known to generations of utility personnel as "The Pole Company," Osmose traces its roots to 1934. The company now offers a broad array of utility solutions, including a comprehensive range of field surveys and audits, storm and emergency response services, IT services in support of GIS and other