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Groundskeeper



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JOB SUMMARY This is a position that requires minimal supervision and physical labor associated with ground management. Supervise, oversee and coordinate all phases of landscape & grounds management including ornamental landscape, lawn, sports field, parking lot maintenance, snow / ice removal, equipment maintenance and repair and other tasks assigned by general manager. Creates, reviews, and assigns work orders to crews, develops and manages annual operating budget – handles all procurement within grounds management. Provide recommendation on employee evaluations, professional development and discipline. The grounds supervisor will in harmony with general manager and campus administration to assure quality and safety for all. Work expectation is 85% manual labor and 15% administrative. Job Description: Implement schedules for the management of ornamental landscapes, lawns, sports fields, parking lots, and grounds equipment. Make recommendations for enhancement to Grounds. Implement inclement weather or natural disaster plans. This includes snow and ice removal, hurricane, tornado or flood occurrences. Implement Standard Operating Procedures for Grounds Management. Insure performance of all work in a safe manner for the employees and those exposed to the environment. Special function set up and takes down as directed by General Manager. Maintain records for all work and services performed including rigid records for pesticide applications. QUALIFICATIONS: To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. Two years experience in grounds management as crew leader or supervisor. Must be able to read, write and clearly speak English.








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