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Horticultural Technician/Landscape Maintenance

Responsibilities include a variety of job tasks including physical labor in order to manage the timely completion of Landscape Maintenance and Construction projects. The Horticultural Technician may be required to supervise a crew of laborers and these responsibilities include using a wide variety of both hand and power tools and equipment to carry out these tasks to ensure proper safety, quality, and productivity. Will routinely operate power equipment including, but not limited to, line trimmers, blowers, hedge trimmers, pruning saws, chain saws, sod cutters, etc. Has the ability to lift, carry, walk, stand, crouch, kneel, carry out strenuous physical tasks for prolonged periods of time and able to physically work shifts greater than 8 hours. (Seasonal work often requires shifts of 10-12 hours) Has capacity to work outdoors in various conditions including heat, humidity, rain, dust, bugs, noise, mud, snow and cold, and is prepared with proper attire including sunscreen, bug repellent, lunch, snacks and drinks for the duration of their shift.

 

Minimum Qualifications

  • High school diploma, GED or equivalent
  • Maintain current CNLP status or proof of other field specific high level skills training requiring continuing education credits or be enrolled within first year and pass training requirements in order to advance
  • Valid driver’s license including current copy of driving abstract; ability to drive truck/trailer combination
  • Willing to work flexible hours including occasional out of town work
  • Must be able to pass a drug test
  • Must own a vehicle and have access to it regularly

Full-Time Worker Benefits Include:

  • Paid Overtime
  • Paid Holidays
  • Paid Vacation
  • Health Insurance
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