Landscape Maintenance Executive
Landscape Maintenance Executive should mainly be responsible & skilled in organizing and completing projects, managing staff (In-house or subcontractors), and working with clients.
Formal education is required, though completion of a program related to landscape maintenance management / or landscape agriculture could be advantageous in getting a job. Experience in the field is also beneficial.
- Oversee the maintenance work for private and public grounds.
- Supervise, train and assist work crews, manage various projects and deal directly with clients. The scope of job may include administrative duties in an office setting.
- Plan, develop and execute projects to improve and beautify outdoor areas. Other job requirements listed include managing and scheduling staff, subcontractors and equipment.
- Inspect completed work, as well as make decisions on soil, plant species, fertilizer and fungicide & pesticide, must be able to oversee the completion of quality work in a timely manner.
- Train workers and keep track of completed projects. When required, include write rules and procedures, manage budgets and suggest alternatives to how work should be done and report to a department official (manager or director)
- Work closely with Client, Landscape Architects and Project Coordinator throughout a project. If working for a private entity, Landscape Maintenance Executive may be in close contact with property owners to ensure their landscaping requests are met.
- Skilled in organizing and completing projects, managing staff, and working with clients.
**Candidate must possess own transport.
Perks & Benefits
- Allowance (travel stipends, transportation, etc.)
- Central location
- Casual dress code
- Open culture