Operations Coordinator – Houston
Excellent career opportunity for a positive go-getter who is organized and wants to grow as a manager. Some management experience is desirable but not required. However, management aptitude is essential.
Must be a problem-solver who is eager to learn and works well with others. Must have reliable transportation and good communication skills, both oral and written. You will be the right-hand person to the business owner and will coordinate the field operations for a residential and commercial outdoor services company based in NW Houston. Must be able to speak English and some Spanish.
• Must foster positive attitude, good people skills, good communication skills, good customer service skills to create an effective work environment between clients, crew, and office staff
• Experience in arboriculture, horticulture, or related field is preferred but not required
• Team leadership or management experience desired
• Self-motivated and able to work independently with excellent general computer skills
• Punctual, organized and an excellent problem solver
• Bilingual (English and Spanish) preferred
• Certified Arborist a plus but not required
Minimum of two years of experience in the green industry desired, but you will be mentored by the owner. You will spend some time in the office but most days will be in the field. Competitive salary with opportunity for growth.
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