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Rallying for Excellence

Excellence in landscaping calls for bold men and women who thrive working outdoors. For determined souls looking for personal and professional growth. It calls for dedicated team players who won’t back down from a challenge. The reward? Great pay, leading health benefits and opportunities to grow.

Work Hard Outdoors

Whether you’re a designer, project manager, builder, maintenance manager or general laborer, we are searching for the most highly skilled, hard workers to step up to the plate. If you’re willing to put your nose to the grindstone, we have a place for you at Landscape America. We believe that hard work should pay off, and that we work for more than just ourselves — we work to serve our clients as best as we possibly can.

Grow Personally & Professionally

All the time, work, and effort you put in at your job should lead to growth. That’s why Landscape America offers opportunities to grow professionally and personally.

No matter where you start, there’s a pathway to success.
Choose your path to see how you can grow.

Kyle Corriea Operations Manager, Design Build

Belong to an Award-Winning Team

Be part of an award-winning team working together to accomplish our broader mission: Creating outstanding experiences as we build outlasting outdoor spaces. We recognize that a lot of our time is spent at work and make the most of it by fostering a strong sense of comradery within the company. We work together. We eat together. We play together. And we bring in our families to join us on a regular basis for our quarterly cookouts!

A team you can grow with.

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What our employees are saying.

“ I am so thankful for Landscape America giving me the opportunity to grow with them. This company has so much potential and so much to offer. ”
Karen, Landscape Foreman
2 Years of Service
“ I am thrilled to be a part of such a professional and well-managed company. When I started, Doug took me under his wing and offered me all the training I needed to excel at my job. I now am meeting clients, creating proposals, and helping people make their exteriors beautiful. I love what I do! ”
Kari, Residential Sales
1 Year of Service
“ We work hard and have a lot of fun doing it. But most importantly, we build each other up as we hold each other to a high standard. I feel so proud to be a part of this team. ”
Isaias, Foreman
2 Years of Service

Open Positions

Benefits of working at Landscape America

We do a lot more than talk when it comes to investing in our people. We work hard to properly recognize, train and promote our employees, and to create a great company culture!

Our compensation packages include:
  • Competitive wages
  • Simple IRA with 3% employer match
  • Profit sharing
  • Health insurance (60% employer paid)
  • Dental plans
Other general benefits include:
  • Endless room to grow
  • Regular cookouts and gatherings
  • Reimbursement for many educational programs, including continuing ed, certifications, licenses
 and others
  • Fast-paced environment and great culture

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Career Path

Landscape Design & Construction

Landscaping is more than a job. It’s a career. As long as you have a strong work ethic and a good attitude, there’s always a way to keep on growing.

Crew Member VIEW

Crew Member

In this key role, those who are eager can learn about the many aspects of landscape maintenance while on the job. In time, they can equip themselves to take on roles with more responsibility.

Tasks vary by project and can include hauling material, mulching, digging, plantings and installing landscape lighting, irrigation systems and/or hardscapes such as walls and patios. Crew Members are valued employees that need to have the physical capability to lift a minimum of 50lbs, work in a team setting with a crew, and be able to follow and carry out instructions in a safe, timely manner.

Expectations
  • Valid driver's license
  • Excellent stamina
  • Show up on time everyday
  • No experience required, training will be provided
  • Ability to follow instructions from supervisors
Education

On-job

Certificates

N/A

Benefits
  • 7 paid holidays (after 12 months employment)
  • Paid time off (after 12 months employment)
  • MA sick time
  • Health/dental insurance benefits after 90 days with the company
  • Simple IRA eligible after 12 months (w/ a 3% match)
Truck Driver VIEW

Truck Driver

The Truck Driver is responsible for delivering machines and materials to worksites in a timely manner while maintaining all safety and DOT requirements.

Must be able to drive a Class B vehicle with a trailer in tow. To keep our install crews on-site, Truck Drivers should be highly organized, efficient and prompt in service to crews as demands and request compile during the busy landscape season. Equipment operation experience is necessary.

Expectations
  • Valid driver's license
  • Department of Transportation (DOT) medical card
  • 2A/1C MA hoisting license
Education

On-job

Certificates

Class A license

Experience

1-2 years

Benefits
  • 7 paid holidays (after 12 months employment)
  • Paid time off (after 12 months employment)
  • MA sick time
  • Health/dental insurance benefits after 90 days with the company
  • Simple IRA eligible after 12 months (w/ a 3% match)
Irrigation Technician VIEW

Irrigation Technician

Irrigation Technicians are responsible for the design and installation of irrigation systems.

They also perform preventative maintenance on systems, checking them for proper operation and quickly locating and repairing broken pipes or irrigation heads to reduce water loss. Other tasks include adjusting, resetting, repairing or replacing irrigation controllers and valves as well as programming, monitoring and adjusting computer-controlled irrigation systems. Basic knowledge of irrigation system operation and the electrical repairs required is an asset.

Expectations
  • Valid driver's license
  • Department of Transportation (DOT) medical card
Education

On-job

Certificates

Certified Irrigation Technician (CIT)

Experience

1-2 years

Benefits
  • 7 paid holidays (after 12 months employment)
  • Paid time off (after 12 months employment)
  • MA sick time
  • Health/dental insurance benefits after 90 days with the company
  • Simple IRA eligible after 12 months (w/ a 3% match)
Foreman VIEW

Foreman

The Foreman role has many aspects that require on-site experience, maturity, and responsibility.

Their main responsibility is overseeing the landscape construction team that is assigned to them, ensuring that all tasks are carried out in proper technical, ethical, and timely fashion. Tasks include preparing job sites, operating equipment, installing hardscaping, planting, laying sod and transporting materials on and off site. Foremen are a critical part of all of our landscape projects, and must be able to coordinate workflow on site while communicating production goals with crew members. When successful, Foremen are important team leaders that supervise with ease and empower their crews to keep their work up to company standards.

Expectations
  • Valid driver's license
  • Department of Transportation (DOT) medical card
  • Ability to delegate work
  • Strong sense of safety
  • Ordering and managing materials
Education

On-job

Certificates

Massachusetts Certified Landscape Professional (MCLP) is beneficial but not required

Experience

2-3 years

Benefits
  • 7 paid holidays (after 12 months employment)
  • Paid time off (after 12 months employment)
  • MA sick time
  • Health/dental insurance benefits after 90 days with the company
  • Simple IRA eligible after 12 months (w/ a 3% match)
Production Manager VIEW

Production Manager

The Production Manager schedules all projects after they are sold and deposits have been collected.

From there, they allocate the correct labor, equipment, materials, and subcontractors for the job, review the project with the Salesperson and Foreman, and help manage the project as it happens. Certain materials that need to be preordered for the project are ordered in advance by the Production Manager. Production Managers are also responsible for the hiring and retention of the Design-Build team members.

Expectations
  • Valid driver's license
  • Department of Transportation (DOT) medical card
  • Produce jobs on-time and on-budget
  • Detail-oriented personality
  • Keep track of crew's time and activity
  • Scheduling of all jobs
  • Time management
  • Leadership skills
  • Capable of multi-tasking
Education

Many years of on-the-job experience

Certificates

Massachusetts Certified Landscape Professional (MCLP) is beneficial but not required

Experience

2-3 years

Benefits
  • Salary base pay
  • Company vehicle
  • 7 paid holidays (after 12 months employment)
  • Paid time off (after 12 months employment)
  • MA sick time
  • Health/dental insurance benefits after 90 days with the company
  • Simple IRA eligible after 12 months (w/ a 3% match)
Salesperson VIEW

Salesperson

The Design/Build Salesperson handles all of the sales for landscape construction projects.

They start by qualifying all leads, ensuring they align and fit with our company. From there, they meet the client on their property to discuss the project, prepare a proposal for the work and then sell the work. After selling the job, the Salesperson assists the client with choosing materials and then hands off the project to the production team. The Salesperson is the main point of contact with the client throughout the entire project and any changes or additions to the project are filtered through them to the production team. The Salesperson also makes sure the payments for the project are recieved in a timely manner.

Expectations
  • Valid driver's license
  • Department of Transportation (DOT) medical card
  • Self-motivating and friendly personality
  • Good communication skills
  • Excellent time management skills
  • Active listener who can build and manage relationships
Education

On-job

Certificates

Massachusetts Certified Landscape Professional (MCLP) is beneficial but not required

Experience

3-4 years

Benefits
  • Salary base pay
  • Company vehicle
  • 7 paid holidays (after 12 months employment)
  • Paid time off (after 12 months employment)
  • MA sick time
  • Health/dental insurance benefits after 90 days with the company
  • Simple IRA eligible after 12 months (w/ a 3% match)
Career Path

Landscape Maintenance

Landscaping is more than a job. It’s a career. As long as you have a strong work ethic and a good attitude, there’s always a way to keep on growing.

Crew Member VIEW

Crew Member

In this key role, those who are eager can learn about the many aspects of landscape maintenance while on the job. In time, they can equip themselves to take on roles with more responsibility.

Tasks vary by property and can include mowing, overall yard clean-ups, trimming, pruning, weeding, mulching, edging, and planting. Crew Members are valued employees that need to be able to work in a team setting with a crew while also following and carrying out instructions in a safe, timely manner.

Expectations
  • Valid driver's license
  • Excellent stamina
  • Show up on time every day
  • No experience required, training will be provided
  • Ability to follow instructions from supervisors
Education

On-job

Certificates

N/A

Benefits
  • 7 paid holidays (after 12 months employment)
  • Paid time off (after 12 months employment)
  • MA sick time
  • Health/dental insurance benefits after 90 days with the company
  • Simple IRA eligible after 12 months (w/ a 3% match)
Foreman VIEW

Foreman

As a maintenance Foreman, you will have a list of residential or commercial properties to visit each day with your team.

Your main responsibility is overseeing the group of workers that is assigned to you, ensuring that all tasks are carried out in proper technical, ethical, and timely fashion. Typical tasks include mowing, overall yard clean-ups, trimming, pruning, weeding, mulching, edging, and planting. Other duties include making sure all trucks and equipment are clean and in working condition. When successful, Foremen are important team leaders that supervise with ease and empower their crews to keep their work up to company standards.

Expectations
  • Valid driver's license
  • Department of Transportation (DOT) medical card
  • Ability to delegate work
Education

On-job

Certificates

N/A

Experience

1-2 years

Benefits
  • 7 paid holidays (after 12 months employment)
  • Paid time off (after 12 months employment)
  • MA sick time
  • Health/dental insurance benefits after 90 days with the company
  • Simple IRA eligible after 12 months (w/ a 3% match)
Lawn Care Manager VIEW

Lawn Care Manager

The Lawn Care Manager is the main fertilizer technician for Landscape America.

They are responsible for applying all the various steps of fertilizers on our clients' properties, conducting soil tests and creating custom fertilizer programs for our customers.

Expectations
  • Valid driver's license
  • Department of Transportation (DOT) medical card
Education

On-job

Certificates

Massachusetts Pesticide License

Experience

1-2 years

Benefits
  • 7 paid holidays (after 12 months employment)
  • Paid time off (after 12 months employment)
  • MA sick time
  • Health/dental insurance benefits after 90 days with the company
  • Simple IRA eligible after 12 months (w/ a 3% match)
Production Manager VIEW

Production Manager

The Production Manager turns the sale into reality and are the main person that connects the sales team with the crew members.

They oversee all jobs, scheduling them and executing them to our standards — on time and on budget. They also are responsible for the foreman and crew members, ensuring they are equiped to properly do their job. The Production Manager must be a good problem solver as issues arise and have good communication skills with their crew members and sales staff.

Expectations
  • Valid driver's license
  • Department of Transportation (DOT) medical card
  • Produce jobs on-time and on-budget
  • Detail-oriented personality
  • Keep track of crew's time and activity
  • Schedule all jobs
  • Excellent time management skills and able to multi-task
Education

Many years of on-the-job experience

Certificates

Massachusetts Certified Landscape Professional (MCLP) is beneficial but not required

Experience

2-3 years

Benefits
  • Salary base pay
  • Company vehicle
  • 7 paid holidays (after 12 months employment)
  • Paid time off (after 12 months employment)
  • MA sick time
  • Health/dental insurance benefits after 90 days with the company
  • Simple IRA eligible after 12 months (w/ a 3% match)
Fleet Manager VIEW

Fleet Manager

The Fleet Manager makes sure that trucks, equipment, trailers, and tools are operational and ready for the crew to use.

This role requires some mechanic work as well as delegation to other mechanics for repairs. Other key tasks include parts ordering, time management and budgeting.

Expectations
  • Valid driver's license
  • Department of Transportation (DOT) medical card
Certificates

N/A

Experience

2-3 years

Benefits
  • Salary base pay
  • Company vehicle
  • 7 paid holidays (after 12 months employment)
  • Paid time off (after 12 months employment)
  • MA sick time
  • Health/dental insurance benefits after 90 days with the company
  • Simple IRA eligible after 12 months (w/ a 3% match)
Residential Sales/Accounts Manager VIEW

Residential Sales/Accounts Manager

The Residential Sales & Account Manager is the key person that connects the residential client to the rest of the team.

They are responsible for selling new maintenance accounts, renewing existing maintenance accounts annually, and assisting the clients in pinpointing any other improvements they would like at their property that is outside of the maintenance contract. This person meets with clients on their property to properly estimate what the client is looking to have done and to establish realistic expectations. They must take a proactive approach to plant and lawn healthcare, giving clients suggestions on how to improve the appearance of their property. This person is also responsible for building relationships with clients, writing proposals, and presenting them to the clients.

Expectations
  • Valid driver's license
  • Self-motivating and friendly personality
  • Good communication skills
  • Excellent time management skills
  • Active listener who can build and manage relationships
Certificates

Massachusetts Certified Landscape Professional (MCLP) is beneficial but not required

Experience

3-4 years

Benefits
  • Salary base pay
  • Company vehicle
  • 7 paid holidays (after 12 months employment)
  • Paid time off (after 12 months employment)
  • MA sick time
  • Health/dental insurance benefits after 90 days with the company
  • Simple IRA eligible after 12 months (w/ a 3% match)
Commercial Business Developer VIEW

Commercial Business Developer

The Business Developer is the "tip of the spear" for our commercial landscape maintenance and snow sales.

They are responsible for building relationships with customers, being the face of the organization, and connecting with other professionals through networking. As they complete the sales process, their tasks can vary from writing proposals, presenting, collecting signed agreements, and handing off to production. Some estimating and accounts management is necessary.

Expectations
  • Valid driver's license
  • Self-motivating and friendly personality
  • Good communication skills
  • Excellent time management skills
  • Active listener who can build and manage relationships
Certificates

N/A

Experience

3-4 years

Benefits
  • 7 paid holidays (after 12 months employment)
  • Paid time off (after 12 months employment)
  • MA sick time
  • Health/dental insurance benefits after 90 days with the company
  • Simple IRA eligible after 12 months (w/ a 3% match)
Commercial Sales/Accounts Manager VIEW

Commercial Sales/Accounts Manager

The Commercial Sales & Accounts Manager is the key person that connects the commercial client to the rest of the team.

They are responsible for selling new maintenance accounts, renewing existing maintenance accounts from year to year, and assisting the clients in pinpointing any other improvements they would like at their property that is outside of the maintenance contract. This person will meet with clients on their property to be able to properly estimate what the clients' needs are and will be able to make suggestions to enhance the clients' property. Following this, the Manager is responsible for writing proposals and presenting them to the clients.

Expectations
  • Valid driver's license
  • Self-motivating and friendly personality
  • Good communication skills
  • Excellent time management skills
  • Active listener who can build and manage relationships
Certificates

Massachusetts Certified Landscape Professional (MCLP) is beneficial but not required

Experience

3-4 years

Benefits
  • Salary base pay
  • Company vehicle
  • 7 paid holidays (after 12 months employment)
  • Paid time off (after 12 months employment)
  • MA sick time
  • Health/dental insurance benefits after 90 days with the company
  • Simple IRA eligible after 12 months (w/ a 3% match)
Career Path

Snow & Ice Management

Landscaping is more than a job. It’s a career. As long as you have a strong work ethic and a good attitude, there’s always a way to keep on growing.

Crew Member VIEW

Crew Member

Crew Members are responsible for shoveling and applying ice-melters on all walkways.

Dressing properly as well as prep work before the storm is essential.

Expectations
  • Valid driver's license
  • Excellent stamina
  • Show up on time everyday
  • No experience required, training will be provided
  • Ability to follow instructions from superiors
Education

In-house training

Certificates

N/A

Benefits
  • 7 paid holidays (after 12 months employment)
  • Paid time off (after 12 months employment)
  • MA sick time
  • Health/dental insurance benefits after 90 days with the company
  • Simple IRA eligible after 12 months (w/ a 3% match)
Operator VIEW

Operator

Operators are responsible for snow clearing and removal in their specific truck or machine.

They use their excellent communication and management skills to ensure all sites remain safe and clear. Specific tasks include snow and ice management, planning and preparation before storms, and monitoring each site before and after every storm. Safety is priority number one during and after all snow events.

Expectations
  • Valid driver's license
  • Department of Transportation (DOT) medical card
  • Ability to delegate work
  • Strong sense of safety
Education

In-house training

Certificates

N/A

Experience

1-2 years

Benefits
  • 7 paid holidays (after 12 months employment)
  • Paid time off (after 12 months employment)
  • MA sick time
  • Health/dental insurance benefits after 90 days with the company
  • Simple IRA eligible after 12 months (w/ a 3% match)
Site Supervisor VIEW

Site Supervisor

The Site Supervisor oversees all Operators and Crew Members at specific snow-clearing sites.

They are also responsible for completing all snow and ice services based on site maps provided.

Expectations
  • Valid driver's license
  • Department of Transportation (DOT) medical card
  • Detail-oriented personality
  • Keep track of crew's time and activity
  • Time management
  • Leadership skills
  • Capable of multi-tasking
Education

In-house training

Certificates

N/A

Experience

1-2 years

Benefits
  • 7 paid holidays (after 12 months employment)
  • Paid time off (after 12 months employment)
  • MA sick time
  • Health/dental insurance benefits after 90 days with the company
  • Simple IRA eligible after 12 months (w/ a 3% match)
Area Manager VIEW

Area Manager

The snow Area Manager is responsible for dispatching crews, quality control, and management before, during, and after a storm.

They may have site-specific obligations and will oversee crew, trucks, and equipment needs for a specific portfolio of customers based on geography. This role requires multi-tasking as well as managing and leading multiple crew members. Area Managers are responsible for approving payroll hours, employee and client retention, and the overall safety for the sites on their route.

Expectations
  • Valid driver's license
  • Department of Transportation (DOT) medical card
  • Produce jobs on-time and on-budget
  • Detail-oriented personality
  • Keep track of crew's time and activity
  • Schedule all jobs
  • Excellent time management skills and able to multi-task
Education

Many years of on-the-job experience

Certificates

Certified Snow Professional (CSP)

Experience

3-4 years

Benefits
  • 7 paid holidays (after 12 months employment)
  • Paid time off (after 12 months employment)
  • MA sick time
  • Health/dental insurance benefits after 90 days with the company
  • Simple IRA eligible after 12 months (w/ a 3% match)