Submit your resume to: firstname.lastname@example.org
You may call 863-272-2055
Capital Land Management invites you to be part of a dynamic fast growing organization. We are looking to fill various positions (Contract Managers, Crew Leaders, Irrigation Technicians, Pest Control Technicians and Gardeners) throughout our branches- Lakeland, Lithia, Kissimmee, and Land O'Lakes.
We offer competitive salaries and benefits. Some of the benefits we offer include:
Health, Dental, Vision insurance plans. Short Term Disability, Accident Policies, Life Insurance, vacation time.
Our Mission: Inspire purpose as we impact our people and the green industry.
Our Vision: To be the best company to work with by creating an unrivaled culture of growth and opportunity.
Our Goal: Provide a path that will impact our teams members lives both personally and professionally.
Our Core Values: Selfless People, Fulfilling Purpose, Creating a Path, Impacting Others.
Under general supervision, the Contract Manager is a hands-on position that manages, coordinates, plans, and evaluates the programs and special projects of the assigned portfolio’s contractual agreements. Under the direction of the General Manager, the Contract Manager provides the day-to-day oversight of the portfolios contractual obligations throughout their lifecycle. The Contract Manager is a professional management level position that directly supervises the surveillance and field services of the assigned portfolio to ensure the clients assets grow in value. Serving as the liaison between employees, customers, and vendors means contract managers serve as the main facilitators to keep everything organized so contract management is a smooth, streamlined process. The Contract Manager is a safety officer and enforces all company polices, programs and standards. The Contract Manager will promote teamwork within the company and lead the team as a role model of the company’s Mission, Vision, Goals, and Values. The Contract Manager serves as acting manager in the Asset Manager's absence and performs related work as required. Ultimately, ensuring the company secures its reputation and profitability by controlling risk and ensuring contract retention.
Essential Functions - Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
1.Possession of all certifications required to perform the duties assigned to this classification.
•BMP Certification 30 days of signed job description.
•FNGLA Horticultural Professional Certification enrolled in 60 days.
•FNGLA Certified Landscape Technician enrolled in 180 days.
•Certified in proper hiring practices; ability to “hire right!”
2.Supervise, plan and schedule the work of assigned personnel, set priorities, constructively review their work, mentor them to improve their work, and initiate progressive discipline when necessary to ensure accountability.
3.Develops, implements and updates safety training and practices.
4.Tracks employees time on a daily basis ensuring accuracy and adhering to companies mandate on none to minimal overtime, depending on Supervisors direction.
5.Evaluates programs and make recommendations regarding staffing and personnel assignments.
6.Manages all inventory to include but not limited to Vehicles, Equipment, Chemicals, and Parts to ensure staff can perform their duties effectively and efficiently
7.Independently plans, implements, coordinates, and evaluates maintenance programs and special projects for assigned portfolio contracts ensuring quality and professionalism.
a. Ensure all daily/weekly/monthly contractual obligations are met and communicated to client to include but not limited to; safety policies, maintenance and detail programs, irrigation program, agronomic program, mulch program, arbor care program, enhancement services.
8.Invest in training and development of staff to ensure effective execution. Monitor all aspects of the landscape and identify insect or disease problems.
9.Assists in the development, maintenance and adherence of Company Policy and Procedures. (Examples: Treat annuals weekly, shop closing SOP, Next Day Preparation SOP)10.Prepares analytical and narrative reports and writes correspondence as required to Asset Manager.11.Assist General Manager with fiscal planning, and budget preparation including annual or other periodic reports.12.Represents General Manager on specific assignments or in his/her absence.13.Participates in various industry associations to increase knowledge of marketplace, sales opportunities, competition, selling techniques, and best practices.14.Represents company at various events, organizations and associations for the purpose of building relationships that lead to new business. Acts in capacity of company representative and develops community ties to enhance public image and brand of the company. Maintains positive relations with other companies in the industry and related industries.15.Follows all company SOP’s
Contract Manager Job Description Rev. January 2020
1.Coaching and development of field staff
2.Communication Proficiency both internally (company) and externally (clients & vendors)
3.Keen eye for detail when scouting
5.Ability to act quickly with a sense of urgency
8.Program development and evaluation
9.Local, State and Federal laws relating to irrigation, worker safety and personnel issues
This position will manage employees of the department and may be responsible for the performance management of the employees within that department.
This job operates in an outdoor environment mostly with some office roles. This role routinely uses both non-power and gas powered tools and equipment. Handles and has contact with toxic and hazardous substances, a variety of biting and stinging insects, poisonous plants, dangerous and diseased animals and other vectors. Work involves considerable exposure to unusual elements, such as extreme temperatures, dirt, dust, fumes, smoke, unpleasant odors, and/or loud noises. Extensive physical activity. Requires strenuous physical work; heavy lifting, pushing, or pulling required of objects over 50 pounds. Work environment involves some exposure to hazards or physical risks, which require following basic safety precautions.
Physical Demands Physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to talk or hear. The employee frequently is required to stand; walk an average of 3 miles per hour; use hands to finger, handle or feel; and reach with hands and arms. Lift up to 50 pounds repeatedly; bend and stoop repeatedly; carry 40 pounds of liquid in a backpack sprayer; wear required personal protective equipment in both hot and cold environments.
Position Type/Expected Hours of Work Full-time position. Days and hours of work are Monday through Friday, 6:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Weekends as required meeting deadlines and contractual agreements.
Travel Primarily local during the business day, although some out-of-the-area and overnight travel may be expected.
Required Education and Experience
1.Minimum 18 years’ of age
2.Minimum 4 years’ experience at the crew leader level
3.Managed and Supervised a group of 5 individuals on a normal basis
4.Valid Florida Driver’s License - with eligibility to be added to insurance policy
5.Previous work in outside environment for long periods of time
7.Must be able to read and write English
Preferred Education and Experience
1.Minimum 6 years’ experience
2.Bilingual in Spanish and English highly preferred
3.Certified FNLGA Horticulture Professional or similar certification or obtainable by no later than 12 months after employment.
· Personal protective equipment provided or required
· Sanitizing, disinfecting, or cleaning procedures in place