Assistant Crew Leader and Member


Moodscapes, LLC

Posted On: 6/4/2013




A small landscape design, installation, and maintenance company is currently looking for general landscape help for this season. The ideal candidate will have at least 1 year of experience in the fields of landscape construction and maintenance. We are looking for a crew member/leader with excellent time management skills and the ability to work well with others on large and small landscape projects. Looking for someone with passion to further their career and education in the landscape field.


Ideal Candidates should possess the following skills: Properly install plant material (trees, shrubs, perennials, etc.) according to industry standards, have a basic knowledge of plant identification and organic landscape procedures, be familiar with garden maintenance, work independently, and work well with others. Be familiar with standard landscaping tools and power equipment, and to operate them safely. Have a valid MA Driver’s License.
Candidates should also: Have a clean and professional appearance, non smokers only. Possess a strong work ethic, be punctual, have the ability to manage time appropriately, communicate clearly, and otherwise have an outgoing personality.


Compensation is based on experience. Position is for 35+ hours a week. Some Saturday work may be required. Health care is available after 6 months of employment.


Contact Information

Anne Marie Hakim Phone Number: 781-488-3200 Email:
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