Landscape Supervisor - P057

Location
Turks and Caicos (TC)
Salary
$52,000 + Accommodation Allowance + Benefits
Posted
14 May 2019
Closes
14 Jun 2019
Ref
P057
Sector
Landscaping
Hours
Full Time
Contract Type
Permanent

Our client is a company located in the beautiful Turks and Caicos Islands, south-east of The Bahamas and north-east of Cuba.

The Landscaping division operates in a diverse and interesting locale and offers a variety of work-sites including large scale resorts, private businesses to intimate private villas with a staff of fifty employees. Assignments would range from executing design installs, regular maintenance, irrigation, and pesticide control. 

They are looking to hire a talented, dynamic, and experienced Landscape Supervisor immediately.

Job description

The Landscape Supervisor's role will require attention to detail on job sites; an ability to report issues; assess estimates and costs; adhere to budgets and carry out accurate invoicing.  A large part of the role involves organising and supervising crews in order to carry out landscaping assignments. The ability to problem solve and remain highly communicative to the team is essential.

Key Skills

  • This position requires a Qualification in Landscaping or Horticulture.
  •  A minimum of two years’ experience on large landscape installations, with knowledge on site and soil preparation is essential.
  • Proficient in working with heavy machinery.
  • Computer literate with the ability to use and troubleshoot with company software including but not limited to Microsoft Office and QuickBooks.

If this Landscape Supervisor vacancy is of interest please apply or contact Mark Bolam on 01233 732767 or markbolam@horticruitment.com.

Thank you for the interest you have shown in this Landscape Supervisor vacancy.  Unfortunately, due to the high volume of applications that we receive, it is not possible to respond to every one.  Therefore, unless you hear from us within the next 14 days, your application for this Landscape Supervisor vacancy will have been unsuccessful.

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