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Landscape Operations Manager

Job Description

We are seeking a highly organized Landscape Operations Manager to oversee the management of large-scale commercial and environmental landscape projects.  
 


Responsibilities:



  • Manage and improve operational practices

  • Allocate resources and materials to meet project deadlines

  • Create and maintain a safety driven culture

  • Provide daily operations oversight for outside teams

  • Responsible for oversight of all field employees and direct working relationship with General Manager and Project Managers.


Qualifications:



  • 5 years of experience managing commercial construction projects in the green industry

  • A degree in horticulture, landscape management, or CPH would be preferred

  • Strong problem solving and critical thinking skills

  • Strong leadership qualities



Company Description
We are a full-service commercial landscape and ecological restoration contracting firm. Since 1983 ER&M, a certified small business, has been an acknowledged leader in the industry - creating, restoring, and enhancing vital native ecosystems throughout the mid-Atlantic and Great Lakes regions. From the beginning, our shared interest in and concern for our fragile natural environment, along with our commitment to quality, has driven us to go above and beyond what is expected. For nearly two decades, ER&M has also applied this same drive and dedication to superior commercial landscape installations.
ER&M strives to not only exceed our clients' expectations, but to create a lasting legacy for future generations to come. Whether your project requires traditional or large-scale landscape installation, reforestation, wetland planting, stream restoration, bioengineering, site stabilization or invasive species control, the ER&M team has the experience and discipline necessary to successfully complete our scope of work, on time and within budget, freeing our clients to confidently attend to other aspects of their project.



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