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Tunnell Companies - Baywood Greens and Pot-Nets Communities

Arborist



Job Description
Job Description:

The selected candidate will report to the landscape supervisor with any and all aspects of daily tree operations including, but not limited to:

• Motivate, train, and supervise employees in order to get work done efficiently and in a timely manner.
• Under general supervision, maintain, trim, and remove trees of various heights to promote tree health and appearance.
• Work as directed by the Landscape Supervisor(s) and fill out work detail reports daily and makes sure crew fills out reports.
• Acquire/Maintain COL Class B License and operate equipment such as bucket trucks, chipper, stump grinders, chain saws, and other small outdoor power equipment.
• Perform all duties in a safe and professional manner in accordance with company and departmental policies and procedures and ensures others are doing so as well.

Job Requirements:

Education, training, experience:
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Minimum Qualifications:
• A High School Diploma or GED, an associate or bachelor's degree in horticulture or related field preferred.
• Three to five years' work related experience.
• A valid Delaware driver license.

Preferred Qualifications:
• Substantial knowledge of industry standard tree care practices
• CDL Class B Delaware Driver License
• Great communication skills







About Tunnell Companies - Baywood Greens and Pot-Nets Communities
Tunnell Companies is a drug free workplace and all candidates will be required to pass a pre-employment drug screen.


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