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Total Quality Lawncare and Landscaping, LLC

Lawncare Specialist



Job Description
Family-owned and independently-owned Lawncare Service is looking for an experienced full-time Lawncare Specialist. Knowledge of Tree and Shrub Care is a plus. The ideal candidate will ensure timeliness and efficiency of the daily mowing and fertilization routes. In addition, this job will give you the opportunity to work outdoors and build relationships with your customers and grow within the company.

Job Duties:

Safe and Efficient operation of commercial mowing equipment
Applying fertilizers, weed/insect control, etc., to our customer’s properties and also treating landscapes for insect/disease control.
Perform aeration and overseeding service to our customers
Must be able to work independently.
Communicate with customers, verbally and in writing, about our service and their properties.
Be efficient in completing daily tasks
Able to mix lawn & tree/shrub care materials and read material labels and fill charts

Qualifications:

Must be at least 18 years of age
Possess a high school diploma or equivalent
Posess a current Illinois commercial applicators' license
Experienced in lawn care (ie. fertilization, weed control, etc.) and tree/shrub care knowledge a plus
Proven experience in operations of commercial lawn maintenance equipment
Able to perform physical activities (job includes some strenuous activity)
Reliable transportation and a valid driver’s license
Good communication skills
Able to safely drive company production vehicles







About Total Quality Lawncare and Landscaping, LLC
Full-service outdoor solutions provider. We have 4 divisions:
Turf Maintenance (Mowing/Fertilization)
Landscaping (Design/install)
Landscaping (Maintenance)
Snow Removal


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