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Landscape Construction Laborer

 

Marina Landscape, Inc. is looking to hire highly-motivated individuals for the Landscape Construction Laborer position at our Southern California Branch. This non-exempt position is responsible for performing a variety of unskilled and semi-skilled landscape tasks including digging, carrying materials, irrigation, drainage, landscape, and equipment operation; perform related work as required.

Essential Functions

  • Clears and back fills ditches and trenches for irrigation and drains
  • Digs and back fills holes for plants, trees, and shrubs
  • Performs handwork as necessary using a pick, shovel, rake, or other hand tools
  • Performs erosion control
  • Waters trees using a hose
  • Cleans drains, and tree wells
  • Operates powered equipment (e.g., auger, jack hammer, stake pounder)
  • Performs rough grading using a rake
  • Carries materials (e.g., sod, rocks, and plants)
  • Maintains tools and equipment to ensure safety
  • Attends safety meetings
  • Applies fertilizer and planting tablets
  • Performs general clean up at the work site
  • Performs final grading
  • Completes basic landscape maintenance activities
  • Completes tasks according to production rates
  • Performs elevation tasks correctly
  • Connects irrigation and drainage pipe using glue
  • Sets sod, sprinkler heads, non-sewage catch basins, and tree stakes
  • Role models PPE usage
  • Provides excellent service (e.g., accurate, complete, and timely) to clients, work-site partners, and Company staff in a courteous and efficient manner

Education/Experience

An example of the preferred education, training, and/or experience that demonstrates possession of the knowledge, skills, and competencies for this position includes: no previous experience is required for this position.

Special Note, Licenses, and Certifications

License: Though not required, possession of a valid California driver’s license is desirable.

Certifications: No certifications are required of this position.

Language: Though not required, bilingual English and Spanish skills are desirable.

Working Conditions: Work is conducted outdoors, exposed to varying temperatures, weather conditions, and noise levels; exposure to dust, pesticides, herbicides, grease, oils, dust, fumes, and electrical currents.

 

If you are interested in joining the growing Marina Team, please contact our Human Resources Department at (714) 939-6600 Ext. 452, or visit us at Marinaco.com.

 

Marina Landscape, Inc. is an equal opportunity employer.

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