Landscape Maintenance Crew Leader

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Garrick-Santo Landscape Co.


Posted On: 1/10/2013




Description


Landscape Maintenance Crew Leader
 

3-5 years experience with commercial mowing equipment and operations.   Your talents must include good organizational skills, leadership qualities with ability to motivate your crew to meet quality and production standards.  You must be possess a great attitude, be flexible and versatile and have pride in your work.  We service both commercial and residential sites.  Safety is a priority in our company and you must ensure and that you and your crew follow all safety procedures. 

Qualifications

Conditions of employment – You must:

Pass pre-employment drug test

Have or be able to obtain a DOT Medical card

Have a clean driving record

Meet the minimum description above

This is a full time hourly position from March to December;  possibility of winter work when it snows; candidates will be eligible for company health insurance plan paid at 50% after 90 days.  Training provided on a continuous basis for advancement opportunities within company.  Salary based on experience.  Pesticides license a plus.

Call 781-322-0006 to set up an interview, driving record and references must be provided at time of interview.

Compensation

Compensation is based on experience and will be discuss at the interview.


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Contact Information

Jose Velez Phone Number: 781-322-0006 Email: j.velez@garrick-santo.com
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