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Lawn Care & Landscape Management

Make your career grow!

If you like caring for all types of plants, or really enjoyed a summer job mowing lawns, then a job in landscape management could be your ideal career match. Landscape management and lawn care companies work to preserve and enhance a client’s landscape investment. From Mowing to fertilizing, to spraying mosquitos, to pruning, and seeding/aerations, if you like variety, this is your choice
Landscape management projects can be as simple as caring for residential grass and shrubs, or as elaborate as a tending to turf, trees and other landscape elements at a luxury resort. You would be responsible for taking care of large corporate campuses, hospitals, and shopping centers
Since maintaining the “attractiveness” of landscapes is so popular, there is no shortage of work for landscape management professionals. This isn’t your simple mow, blow and go career anymore!

Landscape Installation

A career you can really dig into!

 
If you’re good at working with your hands or enjoy bringing ideas (both conventional and crazy) to life, then a job in landscape installation would suit you well. Landscape installers implement the design plans created by landscape designers and architects by installing plant and hardscape materials. This can go from installing mulch and edging to building outdoor kitchens, pergolas, patios and retaining walls.
Just as landscape designers do work for homes, offices, parks, malls and more, so do landscape installers. The work of landscape installers can be seen everywhere, including home gardens, amusement parks and outdoor shopping centers. The work you do will be a testament to your hardwork and imagination for years to come
Landscape installers are responsible for breathing life into the ideas put on paper.

Irrigation

Lawn Sprinklers, the Technical job of the Green Industry

 
As a kid, did you like tinker toys, enjoy the lake or enjoy learning all there is to know?  Then a job in irrigation could be the right fit for you. Irrigation professionals specialize in the design and installation of landscape sprinkler systems for homes, businesses, golf courses, parks – all kinds of properties.
You’ll always be learning something new in irrigation. Either electrical troubleshooting, water leaks, gluing pvc, adjusting controllers, even operating smart systems that control irrigation for 1000 homes all run out of your tablet or at home!
Without water, plants die. That’s why people who know how to use water without wasting it are important.
The scope of a project for an irrigation professional can be as small as developing a sprinkler system for a private home, or as large as routing water to an entire field in dry climates or during periods of little rainfall. No matter the project size, irrigation professionals play an important role in satisfying the thirst of the earth.

Landscape Design

Be an artist of the outdoors

 
If you like to plan, have a knack for organization, or frequently find yourself doodling or drawing diagrams, then landscape design might be your career calling. Your creativity can thrive in a landscape design career, where organization and design skills are used to create exterior spaces using plant materials and hardscape elements (like rocks, woodwork and fountains).
Landscape designers use the environment as their canvas, typically beginning with a blank slate and ending with a functional and beautiful outdoor space for people to enjoy. This profitable career allows you to design landscapes for homes, businesses, parks, and malls.
Service is also important, as landscape designers work closely with clients to develop a design plan specific to that person’s wants and needs. Once specific landscape elements are selected, drawing up a plan can be a snap using CAD (computer-aided design) software (although the traditional method of sketching designs with pencil and paper works just as well).
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Landscape Management Crew Lead

  • Monitor lawn and landscape quality
  • Perform seeding and aeration (removal of small soil plugs from the ground)
  • Perform grass fertilization processes
  • Mulch and fertilize flower beds
  • Prune and trim small trees and shrubs
  • Control and prevent weeds, insects and diseases
  • Perform Integrated Pest Management (IPM) using mechanical, organic and chemical controls
  • Manage client questions and concerns
  • Train and supervision lawn technicians
  • Assist with marketing projects
  • Maintain supplies and inventory

Education:

  • High school diploma
  • Two-year technical college certificate in horticulture a bonus
  • 2-4 years of experience

Landscape Install Lead

Duties:

  • Review landscape plan with designer
  • Manage work schedules and allocate equipment
  • Provide project estimates to clients
  • Supervise crews
  • Maintain positive client relations
  • Maintain company safety and time records

Education:

  • High school diploma
  • Two-year technical college certificate a bonus
  • Training and certification provided by employer, but experience is helpful

Irrigation Lead

Duties:

  • Interpret job specifications and blueprints
  • Install sprinkler systems
  • Manage work schedules and allocate equipment
  • Supervise irrigation crews
  • Provide estimates and maintain positive client relations
  • Maintain company safety and time records
  • Quality control
  • Operate pumps, suction and other equipment
  • Complete scheduled mechanical servicing of equipment

Education:

  • High school diploma
  • Two-year technical college certificate a bonus
  • Training and certification provided by employer, but experience is helpful

Landscape Management Technician

Duties:

  • Monitor lawn and landscape quality
  • Perform seeding and aeration (removal of small soil plugs from the ground)
  • Perform grass fertilization
  • Mulch and fertilize flower beds
  • Prune and trim small trees and shrubs
  • Control and prevent weeds, insects and diseases
  • Perform Integrated Pest Management (IPM) using mechanical, organic and chemical controls

Education:

  • High school education preferred
  • Two-year technical college certificate a bonus
  • Training provided by employer, but experience is helpful

Landscape Installation Technician

Duties:

  • Prepare installation site
  • Operate power equipment (such as tractors, chainsaws, sod cutters and bobcats)
  • Install plants, landscape lighting, and hardscape features (including retaining walls, paving stones and ponds)
  • Haul and spread topsoil, stone, mulch and other landscape materials
  • Operate tools, including rakes, shovels, saws, axes and shears
  • Rake leaves and prune shrubs as needed

Education:

  • High school education preferred
  • Two-year technical college certificate a bonus
  • Training and certification provided by employer, but experience is helpful

Irrigation Technician

Duties:

  • Install spinkler systems
  • Interpret job specifications and blueprints
  • Solve small sprinkler problems (wire valves, fix leaks, mend broken sprinkler heads) to make systems work properly

Education:

  • High school education preferred
  • Two-year technical college certificate a bonus
  • Training and certification provided by employer, but experience is helpful

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