Current Job Openings
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The Maintenance Technician will perform preventative and routine maintenance tasks as assigned and troubleshoot issues. The Maintenance Technician must be familiar with all aspects of the Landscape and Nursery Industry including but not limited to equipment operation and the day to day operations of a nursery.
Maintain and repair nursery equipment and control systems, motors, conveyor belts, having the capacity to work on heating and cooling systems; service equipment to include vehicles and production equipment; provide assistance to assemble, test and maintain company equipment; analyze root causes of equipment failures and propose corrective actions; provide support to troubleshoot equipment problems; perform regular inspections to identify and correct equipment malfunctions, repairs and replacements; read and understand technical manuals for equipment operations and maintenances; develop preventive maintenance procedures to avoid equipment failures; maintain the facility clean, safe and organized; clean and lubricate equipment on regular basis; provide assistance and job trainings to workers when needed; maintain documentation of equipment maintenance and repair procedures for future reference procedures; maintain inventory control of equipment tools and parts; propose improvements to enhance equipment performance and reliability develop cost reduction initiatives by effective utilization of materials and resources; and adhere to company policies and safety regulations.
KNOWLEDGE AND SKILL REQUIREMENTS:
Possess a valid driver’s license and be insurable on company’s insurance policy; ability to operate common nursery and landscape equipment (i.e. tractor w/ loader, skid loader, excavator, nursery carts, delivery truck and trailer, etc.); proficient in both oral and written communications; able to become familiar with industry standard inventory; ability to operate in a stressful and fast-paced environment; good organizational skills and ability to multi-task; ability to prioritize multiple tasks for various individuals; have the ability to read or interpret technical diagrams and inspect electrical components; identify electrical problems with a variety of testing devices repairing or replacing as needed; and ability to conduct diagnoses via schematic, pneumatics repair. The Nursery Equipment Technician may be required to work weekends (Saturdays and Sundays) and over 40 hours a week to accomplish goals and objectives.
Spray Team Partner
Load and mix fertilizer and pesticide formulas; ability to follow and interpret fertilizer and pesticide labels; perform all applications in a timely manner and on schedule; maintain application logs and other records as necessary; read field maps; working around and handling hazardous materials properly; perform daily inspection of equipment; and make minor repairs on equipment as needed. Willingness to work extended hours as needed during the busy season which will frequently include 10-12 hour shifts during spring and summer months.
High School Diploma/GED or equivalent required; 3 years of applicator experience beneficial, but not required; must have and maintain current California Driver’s License with the ability to drive applicator equipment; current Pesticide License; or the ability to obtain, if hired.
Ability to lift 50 pounds and/or 5-gallon cans of liquid on a frequent basis. Able to work Saturdays and irregular hours for spray applications. Prefer Bilingual – Spanish.
KNOWLEDGE AND SKILL REQUIREMENTS:
Ability to interpret a variety of instructions furnished in written and oral form; general knowledge of pesticide application procedures and equipment; basic understanding of nursery operations; effective communication skills; ability to work in a team environment; ability to calculate discounts, percentages, liquid and solid measurements using basic math skills; detail Oriented; and must be Self Motivated
Plants, sprays, weeds, and waters trees; may cut and open incision in rootstock, using budding knife, and inserts and ties bud; inspects bud tie to ensure quality; moves trees; thinning, weeding, transplanting, moving plants, watering, applications, potting, shipping and loading. Work in greenhouses.
Work hours are up to 6 days per week, 9 hours per day.