Landscape Crew


CL Design and Landscape, LLC

Posted On: 3/18/2014


Seasonal, 7:30am - 4:00pm


Work in all aspects of landscape projects, including but not limited to:
Rake grass, leaves, stones, soil, and storm litter.
Plant grass, bulbs, perennials, shrubs, and trees.
Haul and spread topsoil, compost, mulch and stone.
Prune shrubs, hedges and roses.
Trim and clean planting beds.
Create new planting beds, including cultivation.
Remove invasive plants.
Install lawn seed and lawn sod.
Construct rock gardens, water features, drainage systems, irrigation systems, fences.
Construct patios, walkways.
Keep trucks, tools, and shop clean and organized.


Good personal appearance and demeanor.
Willingness to learn and take direction.
Reliable, honest, energetic and enjoy landscape work.
Willingness to work in all weather conditions.
Good health with strength and endurance.
Ability to move heavy objects, lift, stand, kneel, bend, stoop and crouch.
Knowledge of safe use of hand tools and power equipment.
Ability to use equipment such as shears, trimmers, pruners, and blowers.
Knowledge of trucking and construction equipment a plus.
Valid and clean driving record.
Must be able to pass DOT physical for driver health certificate.
Must have transportation to the shop or job site.


Pay commensurate with experience and/or education.


Contact Information

Carol Laboissonniere Phone Number: 207-475-7870 Email:

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