The operations manager is responsible for overall management and oversight of each maintenance crew, including quality control. Candidate will utilize current Southview Design reports, effectively manage all maintenance crews to produce and perform work in a safe and efficient manner, while exceeding customer expectations in quality and service. Candidate should be organized and excel at time management; should be a strong advocate of proper horticultural care; have project and people management skills; be an excellent communicator – both written and verbal; and have an extensive background in process management, training, and process improvement.
Typical job responsibilities include, but are not limited to:
Minimum 3 years in landscape management operations. Be able to operate a computer and be proficient with Microsoft Office. Be able to consistently communicate in an efficient and effective manner on the telephone or in person. Bilingual (Spanish) a plus; driver’s license and pesticide applicator license are required. Bachelor’s or Associate’s degree in Horticulture, Agronomy, or related fields of study is preferred.
Must be able to lift/carry materials up to 50 lbs on a regular basis, move about the work site. May be exposed to exterior elements, such as pollen, chemicals, cold, and heat, etc. Requires extended periods of activity including, walking, standing, kneeling, bending, and lifting, up to 100% of a workday. Time in the field: 50%
2383 Pilot Knob Rd., St. Paul, Mn 55120
The Company is an equal opportunity employer and makes all employment decisions on the basis of merit, qualifications, and abilities. The Company shall recruit, hire, train, and promote in all job titles, including interns, apprentices, and volunteers, without regard to race, color, sex (including pregnancy), religion (including religious dress or religious grooming), age, national origin or ancestry, physical or mental disability, medical condition, genetic information, sexual orientation, military and veteran status, or any other consideration made unlawful by federal, state, or local laws (“protected characteristics”).