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Landscape Account Managers are responsible for creating and
maintaining excellent client relationships through consistent
communication and follow up regarding job quality, areas for
improvement, and client requests.
oversee all operations related to their maintenance accounts,
including creating punch lists and proposals, ordering materials
and overseeing site irrigation.
Landscape Account Managers supervise crew members and irrigators on
all activities, including proper maintenance techniques and all
to face with clients at regular intervals; create needed proposals
and reports; and attend committee and board meetings on a regular
horticulturally correct recommendations to clients for improvements
to their sites.
job site inspections on a frequent basis, creating punch lists for
the crews. Follow up with crew and irrigator to ensure timely
focus on keeping all sites up to the high level of quality required
by the company standards.
proper operation, scheduling and maintenance of all irrigation
systems and controllers on landscape maintenance
irrigators in the quarterly inspections of each site, and
effectively communicate irrigation issues and suggested solutions
and improvements to clients as often as necessary.
and supervise all landscape maintenance work using company
software. Ensure work takes place in the field as scheduled and
update the work schedule on the computer as needed. The management
of all job labor and material costs is the responsibility of the
AM, with the goal of achieving the budgeted margin for each
an enthusiastic role model of all organizational policies and
procedures. Handle any work place injuries and incidents following
proper HR and safety protocols.
successful candidate will possess knowledge of:
principles, practices and methods associated with landscape
- Safe work
practices involving equipment, chemicals and PPE
and common plant material
and smartphone operation
skills particularly as they relate to proper fertilization and area
demonstrate the skills to:
quality relationships with internal and external
schedule and implement proper job schedules and tasks
and work effectively with others
time and projects effectively
- Be self
motivated and work independently
effectively in both written and spoken English
and sell property enhancements
labor, material and other costs within a budget to meet job
the ability to:
stand, walk or crouch on narrow and/or slippery
kneel, bend to pick up or move objects weighing up to 50
- Walk for
long distances and on sloped and uneven ground
are excited to meet applicants with the experience and competency
quality decisions with good results and be sought out by others for
advice and solutions
a focus on customers by listening and acting with their needs in
mind in order to gain their trust and respect
for results by exceeding goals, being bottom line oriented and
encouraging others to perform
organized as a means to getting things done while multi-tasking and
using resources efficiently and effectively
themselves and the company in a professional and ethical manner in
formal presentations and day-to-day activities
combination of formal education in Horticulture (or related field)
and/or several years of field experience in professional landscape
management are required.
the ability to obtain a QAL) is required. CLIA, CLT and other
licenses and certificates are beneficial.
skills in Spanish are beneficial.
class "C" California Driver's License and an acceptable driving
record are required.
salary and generous bonus plan
leave, holidays and vacation days
dental, vision and life insurance options are available
vehicle and shirts provided