City of Monterey seeks Greenbelt Coordinator
1/26/2016 - Monterey, CA
The City of Monterey invites applications for the position of: GREENBELT COORDINATOR
Please visit our website to view the detailed job flyer and submit your on-line application: http://agency.governmentjobs.com/montereyca/default.cfm
*This position will close on Monday, February 22, 2016 at 11:59 p.m. Faxes, e-mails, and paper copies will not be accepted.*
ABOUT THE POSITION:
The City of Monterey is currently recruiting to fill the Greenbelt Coordinator position. The Greenbelt Coordinator is a full-time position based in the Urban Forestry Division of the Plans and Public Works Department. The successful candidate will play a key role in the upkeep and beautification of the City's forest greenbelts, parks, and City trees. Additionally, he/she must be highly self-motivated, work well with others including subordinates, and have the desire to work outdoors in a moderately physically demanding position.
Any combination equivalent to experience and education that could likely provide the required knowledge and abilities would be qualifying. A typical way to obtain the knowledge and abilities would be:
Education: any combination equivalent to attaining a high school diploma or G.E.D. certificate.
Experience: Minimum of four (4) years of experience in the maintenance and care of trees within the professions of Arboriculture or Forestry Management. One of the four years of past experience must have included the responsibility of leading subordinates in the field.
Nature Conservancy seeks Urban Habitat Network Project Manager
1/14/2016 - Mid-Atlantic or Northeast USA
Habitat Network is a new program to advance conservation actions by bringing people together to restore the ecological function of residential landscapes. This program will connect a growing network of landowners and residents to transform their own back yards, neighborhoods, and communities into ecologically functional and attractive landscapes. The Habitat Network evolved from the merger of two programs, Cornell University’s Yard Map, an on-line citizen science tool for people to improve their own backyard habitat, and the Conservancy’s Habitat Network pilot on Martha’s Vineyard which helps people create attractive, ecologically appropriate habitat on residential properties. The Urban Habitat Network will utilize and modify the Habitat Network to educate and connect urban residents so they can create or enhance wildlife habitat in their backyards, schools, and neighborhoods. Customization of the app to the urban environment will be achieved by designing and testing citizen-science based practices in three pilot cities and then use that field experience to guide, assist and motivate app users in other cities. The Urban Habitat Network Project Manager will report to the Director of Forest Health and will develop goals and strategies with the Director of Forest Health and the Habitat Network Coordinator. The Urban Habitat Network Project Manager will develop and implement outreach and education strategies to engage urban residents in our conservation programs. This is a two-year position and may be continued dependent on funding and program success.
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City of Glendale seeks Arborist Technician
1/14/2016 - Glendale, CA
Under the general direction of the Deputy Director of Public Works/ Maintenance Services, this technical position assists with management of an urban forestry program for city-owned street trees and private indigenous trees.
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-Essential functions of the job include, but are not limited to, the following:
-Researches, investigates and prepares reports. Plans, develops, coordinates, implements and evaluates programs in the urban forestry area.
-Writes and administers forestry grants and oversees reforestation programs.
-Coordinates distribution of urban forestry educational materials and develops new components to the public outreach program.
-Oversees tree permits system and issuance procedures. Assists in the coordination of contract work programs.
-Updates and maintains data entry in the tree inventory and other computer systems, and coordinates and analyzes information flow respective to the tree permits and other administrative processes.
-Prepares information for plan reviews, claim or legal issues and conducts tree inspections related to tree conditional assessments and appraisals.
-May inspect and monitor projects on development sites with protected trees. Works with various City departments.
-Researches and assists with preparation of annual and project budgets. Attends meetings and City events, represents the City in the community, and p-professional meetings.
-Drives on City business as necessary.
-Ensures Department services are provided with the highest customer service and ethical standards.
-Assumes responsibility for ensuring the duties of the position are performed in a safe, efficient manner.
-Performs other related duties as assigned or as the situation requires.
Integrity Tree seeks Spray Tech
1/14/2016 - Arizona
Are you a Plant Health Care Technician?
A compensation & benefits package second to none:
- Earn $15 to $25 per hour based on experience
- We pay 100% of all employee’s health and dental care coverage
- We match up to 4% of each employee’s 401K investments
- Paid vacations, sick days and holidays
- Industry training with continuing education units
- Leadership training
- Growth potential to be sure
If you are a dynamic, ambitious, and self-motivated individual with good oral and written communication skills and can work alone as well as with a team, we want you.
Preferred experience (but we will train the right person)
- 3 years’ experience in landscape or tree care industry.
- Knowledgeable in tree, pests and disease identification
- Fertility management, proper pruning practices and proper tree installation techniques.
- Licensed applicator with the Office of Pest Management.
- Certified in (SLM) Sustainable Landscape Management with the Arizona Landscape Contractors Association (ALCA).
- Integrated pest management experience a plus.
Integrity Tree Service is a 28-year-old, commercial and residential tree and plant care service with a friendly, family atmosphere. We keep our employees busy year around. We were the first TCIA Certified Company in Arizona and have received many awards for our integrity, customer care and our business practices. If you want to grow in your career and in this industry, this is THE place to be.
Send resume to: email@example.com or call office 602-788-0005.
Sherman Oaks Landscape/Tree company seeking Foreman/Tree Climber
1/12/2016 - Los Angeles, CA
Foreman/Tree Climber, LA. CA
SoCal, Sherman Oaks Landscape/Tree company seeking energetic, reliable individual. 3+ yrs of exp. in tree care. ISA certified tree trim certificate or acquire after hired. Valid Drivers LIC. CDL helpful but not required.
Good leader, bilingual a plus, email resume & references to Luis Cadiz: firstname.lastname@example.org phone 818 981 0452 or fax: 818 990 9520
City of Burlingame seeks Tree Worker
12/30/2015 - Burlingame, CA
The City of Burlingame is hiring a Tree Worker.
Close Date: Continuous
Salary: $4,929.02 - $5,976.26 Monthly
To perform a variety of skilled work involving the trimming, removal, installation and general maintenance of trees; to operate and maintain all tree maintenance equipment; and to perform related work as required.
KNOWLEDGE/ABILITIES/SKILLS: (The following are representative sample of the KAS’s necessary to perform essential duties of the position)
Knowledge of: Materials, equipment and methods used in care, trimming and removal of trees; tree planting, and maintenance methods; pruning standards of the International Society of Arboriculture (ISA). Principles of training. Safety measures relating to the pruning, removal and general maintenance of trees in populated areas.
Ability to: Direct activities of immediate subordinates; perform manual labor; monitor supplies and materials; analyze situations and adopt effective courses of action; set up safe work sites in traffic, learn the geography of the city; work cooperatively with other City crews; establish and sustain work routines. Perform aerial rescues. Perform high climbing and pruning work in City trees. Pass annual training and perform First Aid and CPR.
Skills: Ability to safely and efficiently operate aerial lifts, brush chippers, tractors and implements, spray rigs, front end loader, blower, chain saws, stumpers and cutters, gas pole saw, hydraulic tools, shop tools, limb lowering devices. Rig trees for safe and efficient high climbing.
QUALIFICATIONS: (The following are minimal qualifications necessary for entry into the classification.)
Education and/or Experience: Sufficient education and experience to perform the above duties efficiently. Typically, this is obtained through achievement of Certified Tree Worker status, and equivalent to the completion of twelfth grade supplemented by specialized training in tree care work.
License/Certificates: Possession of valid 'Class C' California Motor Vehicle Operators License; Certified Tree Worker Certificate (ISA) and Certified Line Clearance certificate within one year of appointment; and First aid and CPR certificate within one year of appointment.
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Cagwin and Dorward seeks Tree Care Manager Trainee
6/11/2015 - North Bay Area and San Jose, CA
Title: Tree Care Manager Trainee
Organization Description: How would you like to be a part of a company that treats employees with dignity and respect? Cagwin and Dorward is a landscaping contractor that has built a culture around our values, collaboration and teamwork. We are a dynamic company that provides career opportunities combined with learning and growth. If you are looking for a long-term career, Cagwin might be the place for you!
Cagwin & Dorward is a full service landscape provider specializing in landscape maintenance, landscape construction, water management, and tree care for commercial, municipal and residential customers.
From 15 local service centers, we serve the greater San Francisco Bay Area from Santa Rosa in the north, to Monterey in the south and east to Sacramento.
The successful candidate will dispatch out of Rohnert Park.
We value learning, respect, integrity, commitment, accountability, leadership, honor, courage and results.
The Tree Care Management Training program is designed to prepare candidates for tree care management positions through on-the-job experience of job duties. If you learn quickly, take initiative, are very organized, and have commitment, this may be the right opportunity for you.
The Tree Care Management Training program lasts between 6-12 months, after which you may be promoted to a Tree Care Manager.
- Learn to coordinate, supervise, assist and train crew members in tree care operations utilizing the Company's arboricultural practices and techniques. Train crews to work efficiently, within the allotted time budgeted for each account. Learn to monitor performance and conduct employee evaluations of crew members.
- Learn to create and maintain an ongoing prospecting and lead generation system that includes meeting with and qualifying prospects, maintaining relationships and preparing bids.
- Successfully pass all company training (certification) requirements of this position and of the direct report personnel, to be able to fill any working direct report position in the event of an absence.
- Learn and submit site management reports as may be required. Respond to customer requests and telephone communications
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