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By Pure Solutions, - WESTON, Massachusetts
Director of Turf Care Operations RESPONSIBILITY OVERVIEW The Director of Turf Care is responsible for the complete oversight and execution of the Turf Care division at Pure Solutions. The Corporate office location is based out of Weston, Ma. The Turf Director is responsible for Massachusetts, Cape Cod, and Rhode Island location operations. The job responsibilities are as follows. Responsibilities: ● Understand all service offerings and up-sell opportunities to drive sales for the company. ● Monitor the depletion of turf products and submit orders to the company buyer to make sure the Turf Team has the proper products needed to perform services at the highest level. ● Perform walkthroughs and site visits when assigned by the Central Office. This is a critical part of the job and the number one way Pure Solutions creates strong initial bonds with clients. Check quality control of field specialist work and maintain client relationships. ● Map and measure properties to make sure the square footages are correct. ● Assist in Training Field Specialists. ● Assist in ordering and maintaining turf equipment. ● Fully understand the composition, function, and application methods of all products and equipment. ● The Director must know how to calibrate liquid and granular fertilizing equipment. ● It is important the Turf Director has a complete understanding of soil science. ● Be able to train staff on products, usage, rates, and correct applications. ● Service accounts as needed to support the service team and fulfill company service goals. ● Manage cleanliness and organization at the shop location. This includes all turf equipment, trucks, and designated turf areas. ● Show up to work on time wearing proper company uniform on a daily basis and make sure the Field Specialists teams are doing the same. Appearance is everything! ● Communicate with the office regarding lawn standards and possible add-ons. Ensure all turf teams are well educated on seasonal issues. ● Manage the upkeep/re-certification of all Turf Team Licenses for both MA and RI. ● Become NOFA certified within the first year of employment ● Meet with property managers, schools, municipalities, and commercial properties to come up with custom programs to fit their needs. ● Analyze and interpret soil tests. Email clients detailed analysis of results and explain next steps on ways to improve their soils. ● Fill in for office staff when available: Answer phones, answer clients turf related questions, and send out new proposals. Field Specialist Management: The Turf Director has the authority to delegate further responsibility to the Field Manager and Field Specialists at any time during working hours. The Pure Solutions Turf Director should discuss protocol misconduct if and when they see misconduct occur; however, proper documentation and management meetings need to be had before any discipline is enforced. Weekly Check-in Meetings: The Turf Director is responsible for weekly check-in meetings with management staff (Leadership Team Meetings). At these weekly meetings updates about the turf team, equipment, product usage and client experience is discussed to ensure that the programs are on track for the current cycle of the season. Client issues and concerns need to be brought to the management teams attention to make sure the entire organization is creating protocols or adjustments if needed. Answer any questions the team has about production, and inform them on how many accounts remain to finish the round. Accountability: The Turf Director is responsible for their team’s daily execution of operational protocols as well as assisting in the implementation of new protocols. The Turf Director should lead by example, but also provide guidance for individuals who have questions about, or who are not following operational standards. The Turf Director is responsible for checking his company email account daily to review any communication with clients, field specialist, and management team questions. All client emails should be returned within a 24 hour window, but the expectation is that emails are responded to during the same business day. Experience Requirements • Minimum of an associate degree in a turf related field or horticulture • Minimum 4 year of previous lawn care experience required with at least one season in a lead role. • Prior landscaping experience preferred • Excellent time management, organizational and customer service skills • Ability to complete work with minimal supervision Special Requirements • Current Massachusetts Applicators License • Valid Massachusetts Driver's License • Valid DOT medical card or the ability to obtain one within 30 days Job Benefits • Annual Merit Reviews • Paid Time Off • Bonuses • Health Insurance • 401k • Year Round Employment • Company vehicle to be used during the work week
- 80K +
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By James River Grounds Management, - Portsmouth, Virginia
James River Grounds Management, an Aspen Grove Company, offers the full package of landscape-related services. With the resources to combine landscape design/installation and the accompanying maintenance services, we offer you greater flexibility and cohesiveness at a more cost-effective price than if you were dealing with individual contractors. Our core offering is to effectively manage the full landscape program so that property managers can rest easier knowing that one of their most expensive assets is being managed properly. We understand that our clients have limited time for site visits and coordination of contractors. Through pro-active communication, attention to detail and customer centered focus, we achieve an effective and meaningful partnership with our clients. Job Title: Operations Manager Job Overview: This position is responsible for managing all aspects of production on a portfolio of maintenance accounts including labor, materials and equipment. Production Managers are responsible for managing a book of business at a minimum of $1 Million. This position reports directly the Branch Manager. Essential Functions and Responsibilities: Support company vision, policies, procedures, safety/training programs, perform accordingly and pass along to other employees. To be familiar with each job’s specifications and ensure compliance with quality and efficiency standards. Work with management team to map out the seasonal work schedules. Develop, communicate and maintain schedules for maintenance work on all jobs, coordinate manpower, equipment and materials in a timely fashion. Perform inspections of equipment and vehicles to see that all is being maintained properly. Ensure client requests are responded to in a timely manner. Manage operational issues and quickly implement alternative and creative solutions. Communicate pro-actively and work in concert with the Client Management team to resolve client concerns when applicable. Manage budget and monitor job cost reports regularly and report back to crew to increase productivity and job efficiency including total hours worked by crew and services performed to ensure quality and profitability. Provide long and short term planning for maximum efficiency and no wasted time for Crews. Manage and lead a team. Assist in the hiring/promotion process, evaluate performance, and provide coaching and timely feedback to optimize employee performance. Develop employees, encourage growth and development of new opportunities within the organization, and plan for succession. Oversee and implement employee discipline when needed. Train employees on all aspects of job (safety, quality, efficiency, equipment). KPIs: Quality Control Audits, 90% or better. Safety Inspections, 100% complete, 90% passing or better. Contract Renewal 95% or better. Job Cost Reports at appropriate level of profitability. Quality jobs completed on time within the budgeted hours. Customer Surveys demonstrate favorable remarks. Equipment Inspections show that maintenance program is followed. Equipment is maintained at appropriate intervals and kept in good working order. Crews working safety and efficiently in accordance with Company standard. Crew leaders working at a high level with an emphasis on accountability. Critical field best practices are understood by all team members and followed on a consistent basis. Employees are being developed in accordance with the appropriate HR processes. Payroll time keeping process is followed. Skill Requirements: High School degree required. Associates or Bachelor’s Degree desirable. 2-4 years of experience as a supervisor/manager with proven ability to train, nurture and develop employees and determine leadership skills in others. General knowledge of irrigation systems. Hold a Pesticide Certification 3A & 3C or better. General knowledge of irrigation systems. Excellent organizational skills and attention to detail, with the ability to schedule multiple projects, prioritize work and perform several tasks concurrently with ease and professionalism. Exceptional problem-solving skills. Ability to work independently with a high level of accountability and responsibility for all activities of self and team. Strong interpersonal and communication skills, with the ability to effectively communicate to all levels of leadership, team members and clients both verbally and written. Must be able to maintain confidentiality and trust when dealing with difficult, sensitive and confidential issues. Strong working knowledge of computers with proficiency in Microsoft Outlook, Word and Excel. Experience with Aspire a plus. Travel required between client work sites, as well as other operational sites. Occasional travel to facilitate training may also be required. Valid driver’s license with a reasonably clean record.
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By Arizona Turf Specialties LLC, - updated March 23 - Cave creek , Arizona
Arizona Turf Specialties Is looking for a experienced turf professional to join our Dryject franchise team. Position entails establishing and maintaining relationships with current customers as well as developing and building relationships with potential new customers. Managing a Dryject job site. Customers include but not limited to golf courses, and sports fields. Our franchise territory is Arizona and New Mexico.
- 52,000 + bonuses
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