Position Summary: The position of Construction Crew Member works at the direction of the crew Foreman, supporting and executing all tasks assigned to them. These tasks include, but are not limited to: proper installation of softscapes and hardscapes including but not limited to: edging, fabric, trees, plants, rock, drainage, sod, patios, retaining walls and various other tasks to satisfy contracted service requirements for clients.

  • Starting Pay: $14.36
  • Health Insurance Included
  • Uniforms Included


Core Tasks and Responsibilities:

Completes Landscape tasks as assigned in a manner instructed by the Foreman, which include but are not limited to:

  1. Follow Construction Foreman’s directions to assist in landscape installations
  2. Knowledge of various landscape materials and equipment
  3. Perform loading of equipment and materials
  4. Communicate with Foreman on job progress and material needs
  5. Follow all safety procedures while producing timely and quality job production
  6. Maintain open communication with Foreman on any infield changes or job complications
  7. Perform safe loading and transportation of equipment/materials and operation/construction processes
  8. Cares for equipment and notifies Foreman/management of needed repairs.
  9. Reports to the assigned jobsite or company yard at the scheduled time.
  10. Observes all project safety practices at all times.
  11. Willing to learn proper methods of installation and technical operating skills
  12. Uphold company policy according to company handbook




The work environment characteristics are typical to exterior/outdoor conditions. Typical work week will be Monday-Friday 7a.m. to 4:00p.m., with the possibility of some weekend work or overtime. Consistent and regular attendance is required.


Minimum Qualifications:


  • Must be at least 17 years of age at time of employment.
  • Physical Requirements:
      • Walk (often on uneven surfaces)
      • Standing for extended periods of time during a standard 8 hour shift
      • Bending at waist and neck
      • Twisting at the waist and neck
      • Squatting
      • Hand grasping
      • Kneeling
      • Lifting up to up to 50 lbs (will have assistance for approximately 50lbs or more)
      • Carrying up to 50lbs (depending on distance to carry may require assistance over 35lbs)
      • Pushing & pulling
      • Reaching above and below shoulder
      • Climbing (project dependent)
    • Ability to learn how to operate commercial power equipment and use it on a daily basis.
    • Pass a pre-employment drug screen.
    • Ability to effectively communicate with foreman and coworkers to understand, take direction and safely perform assigned duties