• At least 3 years hands on experience building landscapes
  • Experience managing landscape projects and people
  • Understand all aspects of landscape construction
  • Able to operate a laser level, shoot grades and grade sites
  • Well-versed in the life cycles and health issues of trees and plants
  • Competent using hand tools, power tools like plate tampers and cut-off
    saws, and earth moving equipment like mini-excavators and front end
  • An able body that can handle physical tasks all day long
  • Carpentry skills are a bonus
  • A class 5 driver’s license in good standing
  • A working visa or permanent residency
  • Excellent written and oral English skills
  • Education: secondary school graduation certificate or equivalent


  • Lead demolition, site and soil prep, and grading efforts
  • Lead installation of driveways, pathways, patios, rock walls etc
  • Lead installation of gardens, trees and plants
  • Lead outdoor carpentry projects like fences, decks and
  • Plan your job (task sequencing/schedule) based on a project
    brief and discussion with sales and operations team
  • Anticipate problems and plan ahead for needed materials,
    equipment and/or assistance
  • Interact with suppliers to ensure timely delivery of job materials
  • Set daily and weekly goals to ensure your crew meets targets
  • Coach, teach and motivate your crew with the aim of improving
    quality, productivity, safety and morale over time
  • Liase with client and/or general contractor on a daily basis as
  • Look for extras and convert them into change orders when
  • On occasion, assist with project estimating (labour and materials)


  • $31 – $42/hour depending on qualifications and experience
  • Instant eligibility for our company profit share program. If we hit or exceed our goals, you’ll share in the outcome.
  • Overtime pay: 1.5x time for any hours greater than 40 worked per week
  • Not industry standard
  • Cell phone bill reimburse
  • Weekly payroll
  • During high summer months (late June through mid Sept), work 9 hour days and take every
  • Second Monday off
  • Access to subsidized shared staff accommodation during busy season if available. This could be a short-term landing spot for you while you sort out long-term accommodation.
  • Support for ongoing training and education after one full year of employment
    In-season use of a new company truck including insurance and fuel after one full season of employment.