LANDSCAPING CAREERS AND LANDSCAPING JOBS
BEAUTIFY THE PLANET BY CHOOSING A LANDSCAPING CAREER!
Have you ever thought about pursuing a landscaping career or landscaping jobs in Northern VA and MD? If so, we’d like to talk to you! We pride ourselves on creating a team environment and creating value for every individual in our company.
We are always looking for people with the following skills, but if you are interested in a landscaping career and have a unique talent you would like to share with us, please contact Carmen at email@example.com.
WANTED! TALENTED INDIVIDUALS FOR PROMISING LANDSCAPING CAREERS:
Landscape Maintenance Crewperson—Level 1
The primary role of the Landscape Maintenance Crewperson I is to provide landscape maintenance services using safe horticultural best practices at the direction of the Landscape Maintenance Crew Manager.
Landscape Maintenance Crewperson—Level II
The Landscape Maintenance Crewperson II will demonstrate proficiency in routine landscape practices and will possesses more advanced horticultural knowledge, including the safe and proper use of more challenging tools and equipment. The Crewperson II will have emerging leadership abilities and will lead others—both by example and through specific coaching.
Landscape Maintenance Crew Manager
The Landscape Maintenance Crew Manager is the primary contact to the client and is the front-line leader in the performance and delivery of high quality landscape maintenance services. The Landscape Maintenance Crew Manager safely performs, supervises and coordinates activities of a 2-3 person crew in accordance with contract agreement, within given budgeted parameters, and always in a professional manner.
Plant Health Care (PHC) Technician
The PHC Technician is the primary contact to the client and is the front-line leader in the performance and delivery of high quality landscape maintenance services. The PHC Technician safely performs, supervises and coordinates activities of PHC members as needed in accordance with contract agreement, within given budgeted parameters, and always in a professional manner.
Integrated Pest Management (IPM) Manager
The IPM Manager position serves in a leadership capacity and is responsible for aeration, fertilization, overseeding, and organic program development and oversight. The IPM Manager shall uphold our principal company value that each individual—particularly those in a leadership role—shall promote a positive company image to clients, to fellow employees, and to the general public.