Sales Certified Arborist – Dallas
Our mission at D&J Arborists Tree Services is to enhance the lives of our clients, our families and our employees by providing a safe, clean, quality, non-polluted, aesthetically pleasing environment; while providing educational opportunities to increase the learning and knowledge base of trees, plant pathology, how they impact people and our environment. We are committed to treating our employees fairly and involving them in the quality improvement process to insure responsiveness and cost effective work execution. We strive to create a long term relationship with our clients, based on quality workmanship, extraordinary service, and aggressive performance.
Our mission is: “To perform for our customers the highest level of quality arboricultural services at fair market competitive prices.”
We are currently seeking a Selling Certified Arborist that agrees with our mission and brings experience to the position. This is an ideal opportunity for someone looking to come out of retirement and work part-time as the sales component of our company. Other arboricultural certifications are a plus. Salary is negotiable and based upon experience, must have own transportation and a valid Texas Drivers License. Transportation expenses are reimbursed.
For inquiries, please contact Julie Odum, D&J Arborist’s President, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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