Hyatt Landscaping, Inc. is currently accepting applications for a Landscape Foreman Position. The Landscape Foreman is responsible for overseeing the work of a 3 to 5 member crew in order to assure the proper, efficient and timely completion of installation projects. They must maintain a high standard of quality in materials, workmanship and professionalism on the job. Much of what we do requires a strong understanding of grading and drainage in addition to the typical horticultural aspects of landscaping. The ideal candidate will have experience shooting elevations with topographical laser equipment and be able to use those readings to implement custom solutions to existing grading / drainage problems. They must have a strong interest in horticulture and have knowledge of both installation procedures and available products for the following items:
- Shade trees, flowering trees, privacy / buffer plantings
- Woody ornamentals, perennials and annuals
- Drainage systems and grading techniques
- Paver patio and retaining wall construction
- Irrigation systems
- Landscape lighting
- Supervise by leading and working with the crew on all jobs from start to finish.
- Plan and execute all aspects of residential and commercial landscape installation projects.
- Ensure that crews have the training and tools needed to complete the job and that the crews are operating safely and efficiently at all times.
- Coordinate with management, customers and employees as needed.
- Use landscaping tools and operate heavy equipment as needed.
- Safely drive crews to and from jobs adhering to our safety policy.
- Positive attitude
- Clean Driving record
- Good knowledge of plant material and horticultural practices
- Be well organized and detail oriented
- Ability to work with people and communicate effectively
- Superb attendance and tardiness record
- Excellent communication skills, both verbally and written
- Intermediate MS Outlook, Word, and Excel experience
- 3-5 years experience as a Landscape Foreman or related position
- Bilingual (Spanish/English) is preferred