Crew Leader/Foreman/Driver – Austin
We are a five star rated residential tree service company in Austin celebrating over 20 years of “leaving beautiful trees and happy people in our path”. We are a small tight knit team with a safety first company culture looking for someone who can take us to the next level in technology, safety, and professional development.
What are we looking for?
Availability to work Mon-Friday at least 30 hours weekly between 8am-4pm
Reliable transportation and a valid U.S. driver’s license with 3 years clean driving history and over 21 years old (required by insurance)
Honesty and integrity (including time integrity)
Minimum 2-3 years experience in arboriculture as crew leader, climber, or ground operations, and familiarity with ANSI A300 and Z133 (OR similar experience in another industry)
Experience driving, specifically a truck and trailer for hauling purposes
Physically able to lift 50lbs and drag it repeatedly across a property throughout the day
Willing and able to work in all outdoor weather conditions including extreme heat and cold
Well organized, proactive, detail and results oriented team player
Safety conscious individual who takes pride in their trade
What do we offer?
Highly competitive pay DOE, reliability, and work ethic
**$250 hiring bonus paid after successfully completing first 60 days**
Bonuses for earning tree care industry certifications (including pay raises)
Paid Holidays and Bonuses
Accrued Paid Time Off
Personal Protective Equipment
How to apply?
Submit your resume in the body of an email or attach it as a word or pdf document. Put “Crew Leader” in the subject heading. Our Email is email@example.com.
In the body of the email. Please first explain in 1-3 sentences why you think you would be a good fit for our team then include or attach your resume.
We look forward to the possibility of you joining our team!
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