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Residential Account Manager

The Account Manager is responsible for client satisfaction and serves as the face of the company for a portfolio of commercial and/or residential landscape contracts. The Account Manager is responsible for oversight of his/her properties, sales through enhancements, and timely submission of financial data.
Duties & Responsibilities
Write and negotiate contract renewals with assistance from the Maintenance Manager
Propose estimates for enhancements with current maintenance contracts with assistance from the Maintenance Manager
Oversight and direction of Field Supervisor positions
Ensures quality expectations are being met and exceeded
Ensures that customers are satisfied through effective communication, relationship building and regular site visits, as well as the ability to develop customer rapport
Monthly site visits for commercial/residential properties
Assist with mobilizing snow removal crews on portfolio properties
Responsible for visiting portfolio properties to ensure quality expectations and specifications have been met or exceeded
Strong analytical skills with the ability to meet critical deadlines
Assist with new hire orientation and new hire training
Provide oversight of portfolio properties to ensure cost and times are within budget
Ability to complete billing in a timely manner with assistance from the Maintenance Manager
Evaluate job cost on a weekly basis
Ensures timely submission of all paperwork
Pursue outstanding payments from clients who are late on payments
Ensures a safe environment for employees, customers, and the general public
Other functions as assigned
Requirements
Bachelor’s degree in Business, Horticulture, Landscape Maintenance or related field and/or a minimum of four years relevant experience
Positive attitude with a professional demeanor and appearance, be team oriented, and be a strong role model for ethics and integrity
Excellent time management, project management and organizational skills
Proficient computer skills using a windows environment and Microsoft Office Suite
Valid driver’s license with a current safe driving record which must be maintained for this job position
Effective communication skills; including writing, routine correspondence, reports, presenting to employees, and interpersonal communication
Must pass post-offer background check consisting of employment history, personal/professional references, criminal record, MVR, and drug screen (includes marijuana).
Leadership, interpersonal, and multi-tasking skills (including the handling of multiple priorities and deadlines)
Effective organizational skills that includes the ability to self-manage work and manage the work of others.
Must be highly adaptable to the kinds of change that comes along with working in an entrepreneurial environment.
Self-starting initiative to pursue improvements and projects without substantial supervision.

Desired qualities to include
Bilingual in English and Spanish
Sales experience
Knowledge of Aspire software, or other CRM software
Certifications in Landscape Maintenance and Irrigation
6 + years of experience as an Account Manager

Physical Demand & Work Environment
Occasionally lift and/or move up to 50 lbs.
This job is an indoor/outdoor job which will require time spent at a desk environment using a computer as well as exposure to unknown weather conditions.

Job Summary
Location: Colorado Springs
Position Title: Account Manager
Reports To: Maintenance Manager
Supervises: Field Supervisors
Education/Experience: Bachelor’s Degree in Business, Horticulture, or Landscape Management or relevant 4+ years of experience
Career Level: Manager (exempt)
Salary: $43,000 – $48,000 DOE, 3% commission on sales, 1.5% on renewals
Hours: 40+ hours per week
Benefits:
Medical/Dental/Vison Insurance (per ACA guidelines)
Life/AD&D Insurance
Paid time off
401K investment plan
Commission based plan

Residential Estimator

Directly responsible for the sales & production functions of Timberline Landscaping, Inc. including customer interaction, contract bidding, and production activities. Duties include meeting with customers to assess needs & wants, preparing plans for approval, and submitting bid documents.

Duties & responsibilities:
Duties include meeting with customers to assess needs & wants, preparing plans for approval, and submitting bid documents
Create accurate estimates based on detailed takeoffs created from residential landscape designs and specifications
Use of precision takeoff and estimating software
Timeliness and accuracy on estimates
Written proposals/change orders
Hands off projects to production manager
Verifying material prices with vendors
And other tasks as required
Requirements:
Person must have leadership and personnel management ability
Ability to plan and organize the work of self and others
Ability to read and interpret documents such as landscape plans, construction details, and specifications
Ability to speak effectively before groups of employees of the company
Ability to add, subtract, multiply & divide in all units of measure, using whole numbers, common fractions, and decimals
Ability to compute ratio and percent
Ability to define problems and deal with a variety of concrete variables
Must have a working knowledge of computers and software (such as Microsoft Word and Excel)
Desired qualities to include:
Bilingual in English and Spanish
Valid Colorado Driver’s License with a safe driving record
Certified Landscape Technician
Physical Demand & Work Environment:
While performing the duties of this job, the employee is frequently required to sit, stand, walk, listen, talk and drive
The employee is frequently required to use hands to finger, handle, or feel objects, tools or controls such as calculators, file cabinets, telephone, or keyboard
The employee is occasionally required to stoop, kneel, crouch, or crawl and occasionally lift and/or move up to 50 pounds.
The noise level in the work environment is usually moderate but can extend to extreme if monitoring work in the field
Job Summary
Location: Colorado Springs
Reports To: Business Unit Leader
Supervises: N/A
Experience: 2 years of in field landscape experience
Career Level: Non-manager (exempt)
Education: A bachelor’s degree in a relevant field
Salary: $40,000-$50,000
Benefits:
Health insurance as per ACA guidelines
Life/Accidental death insurance
Dental/Vision insurance
Paid time off
Profit sharing
401K Investment plan

Plant Health Care Laborer

Timberline Landscaping, Inc. is an award winning company serving Colorado Springs and the surrounding areas, “Creating a little bit of Heaven” for 35 years. We offer a full range of services- landscape design, construction, and maintenance.
This position will include providing services to both residential and commercial customers through plant healthcare.
This job is an outdoor job with exposure to adverse weather conditions, chemicals, and is physically demanding work.

DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES:
• Apply fertilizer and pesticides to lawns, trees, and shrubs according to schedule, safety procedures, and label instructions
• Properly calibrate equipment to evenly apply product
• Determine the appropriate amount of pesticides/fertilizer needed based on the label
• Assist in maintenance and upkeep of company equipment
• Other functions as assigned

REQUIREMENTS:
• Excellent customer service skills
• Must wear company approved uniform
• Must be able to speak, read, and write basic English
• Ability to perform basic math calculations when mixing chemicals

DESIRED QUALITIES TO INCLUDE:
• Bilingual in English and Spanish
• Working knowledge of lawn care products and common lawn problems
• Experience applying a variety of lawn and tree care products: fertilizers, herbicides, fungicides, and insecticides
• National Association of Landscape Professionals – Certified Technician or Lawn care Technician

PHYSICAL DEMAND & WORK ENVIRONMENT:
• Occasionally lift and/or move up to 100 pounds (must ask for help above 50 lbs.)
• This job, at minimum, requires stooping, kneeling, crouching, crawling, control of hand tools, and pulling of weeds
• This position is primarily an outdoor job which will require working hours outside in all temperatures and weather conditions.
• Long pants, long sleeved shirts required due to the nature of spraying chemicals.
• Employee should be comfortable with, and have physical and manual dexterity to operate hand tools and small – medium sized machinery and should be comfortable working with digging equipment/tools.

JOB SUMMARY:
• Location: Colorado Springs
• Reports To: PHC Technician
• Supervises: None
• Experience: None required
• Career Level: Non-manager (non-exempt)
• Education: NA
• Salary: $14.75 – $15.00/hour
• Benefits:
o Health insurance as per ACA guidelines
o Life/Accidental death insurance

Maintenance Technician

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Primary Operational Objective:
If you enjoy working with your hands, spending your working day outdoors and enjoy hard work, this is the position for you! Maintenance Technicians form the core of Timberline Landscaping and works primarily outdoors. This position requires, but is not limited to; hard physical work, customer service, and time management. While Timberline strives to maintain a 40 hour work week, this job will occasionally require overtime and weekends. Seasonal snow removal may be an option/requirement depending on company needs.

Duties and responsibilities:
• Operates up to a 60” mower
• Operates a trimmer, edger, and back pack blower
• Identify/remove weeds and proper pruning of plants
• Pick up trash/debris
• Follows safety guidelines and use of PPE equipment
• Snow removal

Requirements:
• This job requires a uniform and the use of personal protective equipment (PPE) as well as adherence to all safety rules and policies
• Must be punctual, responsible and have a positive attitude
• Must be self-driven and reliable
• Must be able to interact with customers in a professional manner
• Must be able to read and understand safety rules, operating and maintenance instructions and procedure manuals

Physical Demands & Work Environment:
• Occasionally lift and/or move up to 100 pounds (require help for over 50 lbs.)
• This is an outdoor job with exposure to adverse weather conditions
• This job, at a minimum, requires stooping, kneeling, crouching, crawling, control of hand tools and small to medium sized machinery
• Exposure to bloodborne pathogens is predominately found with Mow Crews assigned to city parks

Position Title: Maintenance Technician
Position Reports to: Maintenance Crew Leader
Supervises: N/A
Location: Colorado Springs, CO
Experience: No experience required
Career Level: FT / Non-manager (non-exempt)
Education: High school diploma/GED preferred or equivalent and relevant job experience
Salary: Hourly rate starts at $13.00-$15.00 / DOE
Benefits: (Per company eligibility)
 Medical/Dental/Vision Insurance
 Life/AD&D Insurance

Landscaping Technician

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If you enjoy working with your hands, spending your working day outdoors and enjoy hard work, this is the position for you! Construction Technicians make up the core of Timberline. Construction Technicians work with a team on landscape projects to ensure client satisfaction, utilizing their training and skills to present excellent landscapes that are the best of Colorado Springs. During the winter season, employee will be available to work snow removal and/or Christmas Décor, installation of holiday lighting for both commercial and residential properties.

Duties & Responsibilities
• Landscaping Crew
o Assist with grading of site
o Installation of plant material and/or sod
o Installation of aggregate material and/or edging
o Installation of retaining walls, patios and/or walkways
o Installation of rock, mulch, pavers, water features
o Reading and execution of landscape design plan

Irrigation Crew
o Installation of irrigation pipe, wire, valves
o Assembly and installation of irrigation heads and drip systems

Qualifications
• Must possess and maintain a valid Colorado driver’s license with a clean driving record OR have reliable transportation to/from office and/or job site.
• Must pass background check consisting of employment history, personal/professional references, criminal record and drug screening.
• Must be able to interact with customers in a professional manner.
• Secure all materials and equipment needed, keep in good condition.
• Must be punctual, responsible and have a positive, can-do attitude.
• Demonstrate dependability and efficient work practices.
• Must be able to read and understand safety rules, operating and maintenance instructions and procedure manuals.
• Ability to speak, read and write English. Bilingual in Spanish, highly desirable.
• Must be willing to do things outside of your job description. All team members help and support other departments when necessary.

Physical Demands & Work Environment
• Laborers spend most of their working hours outside in all temperatures and weather conditions.
• The position requires bending, stooping, reaching, crawling, walking and lifting.
• Laborers should be comfortable with, and have physical and manual dexterity to operate hand tools and small – medium sized machinery and should be comfortable working with digging equipment/tools.
• Occasional exposure to dust, grease, noise and chemical vapors – PPE is provided.
• Ability to move and/or lift over 50 lbs.

Position Title: Landscape Technician
Position Reports to: Construction Crew Leader
Supervises: N/A
Location: Colorado Springs, CO
Experience: No experience required
Career Level: FT / Non-manager (non-exempt)
Education: High school diploma/GED preferred or equivalent and relevant job experience
Salary: Hourly rate starts at $13.00 – $15.00 / DOE, Assistant Crew Leaders $15.00 – $16.00
Benefits: (Per company eligibility)
 Medical/Dental/Vision Insurance
 Life/AD&D Insurance

Landscape Maintenance Crew Leader

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This position is a full-time position directly responsible for managing field operations as well as interacting with office personnel. The crew leader position is responsible for overall property maintenance, accurate record keeping, submittal of daily paperwork and accurate cost accounting of daily labor. The Crew Leader is also responsible for meeting hours requirements. This position requires the ability to handle complex jobs, specialty equipment and at times, demanding clients. This position must be able to work effectively in a team environment and is responsible for producing quality landscape services that meet or exceed the expectations of both the client and Timberline Landscaping, Inc.

Duties and Responsibilities:
Responsible for crew performance
Responsible for training of laborers on crew
Must be able to supervise up to 6 employees and carry out instructions given by the supervisor
Must have a hands-on working knowledge of the type of work assigned to do
Mow Crew:
Ability to run mowers, string trimmers, hedge trimmers
Understand how to apply chemical applications to small areas
Native Mow Crew
Ability to run mowers and string trimmers
Other functions as assigned

Requirements:
This job requires a uniform and the use of personal protective equipment (PPE) as well as adherence to all safety rules and policies
Must be punctual, responsible and have a positive attitude
Must be self-driven and reliable
Must be able to interact with customers in a professional manner
Must be able to read and understand safety rules, operating and maintenance instruction and procedure manuals
Experience in commercial landscaping or landscaping maintenance
Must be able to speak, read and write English
Creative, pro-active problem-solving skills
Demonstrate leadership skills and the ability to inspire others to their full potential
Responsible for maintaining and the upkeep of company equipment
Valid Colorado Driver’s License with acceptable driving record
Experience driving trucks and trailers and operating landscape equipment
Must have, or be able to obtain in the first year, a Landscape Industry Certified (LICT) certification
Must attend training and/or seminars
Must have technical experience operating a smart phone and/or computer

Physical Demands & Work Environment:
Occasionally lift and/or move up to 50 lbs. (ask for help for over 50 lbs.)
This is an outdoor job with exposure to adverse weather conditions
This job, at a minimum, requires stooping, kneeling, crouching, crawling, control of hand tools and small to medium sized machinery
Exposure to bloodborne pathogens is predominately found with Mow Crews assigned to city parks

Position Title: Maintenance Crew Leader
Position Reports to: Maintenance Manager
Supervises: Crew
Location: Colorado Springs, CO
Experience: Negotiable
Career Level: Non-manager (non-exempt)
Education: High school diploma/GED preferred or equivalent and relevant job experience
Salary: $16 – $19 per hour
Job Type: FT
Benefits: (Per company eligibility)
Medical/Dental/Vision Insurance
Life/AD&D Insurance
Paid time off
401K Investment plan

Landscape Construction Crew Leader

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Landscape construction crew leaders are responsible for leading crews on all sorts of landscaping projects. They distribute instructions throughout the team, communicate with the Project Manager, and ensure completion of the job from start to finish according to the SOW.

DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES

2+ years of experience in landscaping
Review and understand scope of work with Project Manager.
Understand project design, and documents, i.e. plans and specs.
Understand any unique materials and/or methods may be used on projects.
Participate in pre-job planning with Project Manager to help ensure that projects can proceed smoothly and efficiently.
Understand expectations and goals communicated from Project Manager.
Understand project scheduling.
Participate in assessing equipment needs and preferences to optimize efficiency according to conditions and situation.
Accurately report project production to Project Manager.
Accurately document your team’s time.
Conduct daily team huddles to organize specific assignments to team members, discuss safety, assign specific tasks, communicate production goals.
Communicate changing conditions and arising challenges thoroughly with Project Manager.
Ensure quality expectations are defined, understood, and are being met and exceeded.
Ensure that customers are completely satisfied through effective communication, relationship building and regular site visits as well as the ability to develop customer rapport.
Build a productive, cohesive team through training, coaching, and mentoring.
Actively participate in cooperative planning and coordination with Project Managers and other teams.
Understand the need for and exhibit the ability to adapt to meet critical deadlines.
Ensure a safe environment for employees, customers, and the public while ensuring the work is done efficiently.
Positive attitude with a professional demeanor and appearance, team oriented, and a strong
role model for ethics and integrity.
Exhibit a professional and capable presence with clients.
Delegate tasks to team member based on individual strengths, skill sets and experience levels with the goal of promoting growth and advancement amongst your team and companywide.
Use and continually develop leadership skills.
Other duties when assigned.

REQUIREMENTS

Knowledge of plants and horticulture
Standard and proper planting techniques
Ability to install proper drainage and storm water paths
Knowledge of hardscapes; to include retaining walls, walkways, and paver installations
Ability to install site amenities; such as garbage cans, water fountains, landscape lighting, and other furnishings
Ability to install various water features; such as fountains and ponds
Required to have or obtain LICT within one year of hire
Landscape Industry Certified in Softscape (commercial) or Hardscape (residential) a plus
This job requires a uniform and the use of personal protective equipment (PPE) as well as adherence to all safety rules and policies
Must be punctual, responsible and have a positive attitude
Must be self-driven and reliable
Must be able to interact with customers in a professional manner
Must be able to read and understand safety rules, operating and maintenance instruction and procedure manuals
Experience in commercial landscaping or landscaping maintenance
Must be able to speak, read and write English
Proven track record of managing a crew
Creative, pro-active problem-solving skills
Demonstrate leadership skills and the ability to inspire others to their full potential
Responsible for maintaining and the upkeep of company equipment
Valid Colorado Driver’s License
Must have a safe driving record as driving is a requirement of the position
Experience driving trucks and trailers and operating landscape equipment
Must have, or be able to obtain in the first year, a Landscape Industry Certified (LIC) certification
Must attend training and/or seminars
Must have technical experience operating a smart phone and/or computer

PHYSICAL DEMAND & WORK ENVIRONMENT

Occasionally lift and/or move up to 50 pounds (ask for help for over 50 lbs.)
This is an outdoor job with exposure to adverse weather conditions
This job, at a minimum, requires stooping, kneeling, crouching, crawling, control of hand tools and small to medium sized machinery

BENEFITS (Per company policy):
Medical/Dental/Vision Insurance
Life/AD&D Insurance
Paid time off
401K Investment plan

Landscape Construction Intern

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The Landscape Construction Intern will support the core functions of our Construction Business Unit. The intern will gain real-word paid experience by taking on assigned responsibilities in project management to sharpen core skills. The intern will also spend about 20% of their time rotating through other departments to learn how their core responsibilities helps make the business successful, especially as it pertains to the project life cycle. This position will run for approximately 90 days during the summer of 2020, depending on the accepted candidate and variables such as graduation date. The successful candidate will be energetic, skilled in math and project management standards and techniques, and a self-starting individual looking to utilize their construction or horticulture-related college education to work at the next level within the field.
For more supplemental information, such as short-term housing suggestions and recreational activities, please visit www.timberlinelandscaping.com/careers

DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES
• Set up folders, keep files organized, and make ‘material submitted’ packages when required.
• Help project managers:
o Print plans
o Read scopes
o Understand contracts
• View opportunities and understand and apply specifications through the estimating process
• Evaluate won jobs to understand contract requirements, submittals, and understanding of client wants/needs
• Pre-job planning; to include manpower needs, equipment needs, material needs, budgetary restraints
• Taking pre-planning and applying it to a real-world schedule, setting start dates and various deadlines throughout the project
• Ongoing management of needs during the project and evaluation of the progress, making adjustments as necessary for the efficiency and success of the project
• Participate in project closeout, ensuring a seamless turnover process to client, to include walk-throughs and all required turnover items.
• On occasion, participate in field work to be involved in a hands-on capacity in your project management process
• Observance of all legal considerations; to include contract obligations, thorough communication with necessary parties, OSHA requirements, calling in ‘utility locates’, and other legal considerations.
• Support other functional departments as a supplement to the internship; such as Accounting, Human Resources, Technology, Quality Assurance, Sales, Estimating, and operational business units.

REQUIREMENTS
• Must, at minimum, currently be in junior year of college to be considered.
• Bachelor’s (or meet the criteria above) in either Project Management, Construction Management, Business Administration, or relevant college coursework and experience (such as Horticulture). An emphasis or minor in any of the above areas will also be considered.
• Effective communication skills; including writing, routine correspondence, reports, presenting to employees, and interpersonal communication.
• Skilled in geometry and blueprints (including elevations, grades, etc.)
• Excellent with technology and software, including Microsoft Office Suite.
• Must pass post-offer background check consisting of employment history, professional references, criminal record, and drug screen (includes marijuana).
• Leadership, interpersonal, and multi-tasking skills (including the handling of multiple priorities and deadlines).
• Effective organizational skills that includes the ability to self-manage work.
• Must be highly adaptable to the kinds of change that comes along with working in an entrepreneurial environment.
• Self-starting initiative to pursue improvements and projects without substantial supervision.

DESIRED QUALITIES TO INCLUDE
• Landscaping industry experience.
• Construction industry experience.
• Experience in horticulture and/or outdoor fields.

PHYSICAL DEMAND & WORK ENVIRONMENT
• Office environment with field exposure, about 65/35.
• Occasionally lift/move up to 50lbs, above 50 pounds required to ask for help.

JOB SUMMARY
Location: Colorado Springs, CO.
Position Title: Landscape Construction Intern.
Reports To: Construction Manager.
Supervises: None.
Department: Construction.
Education: Bachelor’s Degree or at least junior year.
Experience: None required.
Career Level: Temporary, Intern.
Length: Approximately 90 days during the summer of 2020.
Wage: Hourly, $15.50 – $17 depending on experience and education level.
Hours: 40.
Benefits: None.

An Equal Opportunity Employer/E-Verify/Drug free workplace
8110 Opportunity View, Colorado Springs, CO 80939
Apply online, download the application, or come in and fill out an application today!
www.timberlinelandscaping.com/careers

Landscape Design Intern

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The Landscape Designer Intern will support the core functions of our Residential Design Business Unit. The intern will gain real-word paid experience by taking on assigned responsibilities in residential design and sales to sharpen core skills. The intern will also spend about 20% of their time rotating through other departments to learn how their core responsibilities helps make the business successful, especially as it pertains to the project life cycle. This position will run for approximately 90 days during the summer of 2020, depending on the accepted candidate and variables such as graduation date. The successful candidate will be energetic, skilled in design and industry-specific techniques, and a self-starting individual looking to utilize their design or horticulture-related college education to work at the next level within the field.

DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES
• Use creativity and the beauty of nature to design a harmonious, aesthetically pleasing and functional areas; such as lawns, walkways, outdoor living space, and more.
• Generate CAD designs, drafting plans, construction details, hand renderings, and digital 3D models.
• Present, promote, and sell products/services using convincing communication to both current and potential clients.
• Research topics such as plant health and their ability to survive within our climate, guidelines, and codes.
• Perform site analyses with other designers that include the assessment of current plants, soil conditions, slope/grade, lighting, the view, and architecture style of the property.
• Review and understand plans, proposed changes, and any other necessary documents.
• On occasion, participate in field work to be involved in a hands-on capacity in your design management process
• Support other functional departments as a supplement to the internship; such as Accounting, Human Resources, Technology, Quality Assurance, Sales, Estimating, and operational business units.
• Other duties as assigned.

REQUIREMENTS
• Must, at minimum, currently be in junior year of college to be considered.
• Bachelor’s (or meet the criteria above) in either Landscape Design, Landscape Architecture, Horticulture, or relevant college coursework and experience. An emphasis or minor in any of the above areas will also be considered.
• AutoCAD experience a must.
• A basic understanding of materials and labor costing.
• Knowledge of how ecological conditions can affect a proposed design.
• Raw talent for sketching and drawing. Though computer programs are used for most plans, the candidate should still be able to create realistic drawings by hand.
• Effective communication skills; including writing, routine correspondence, reports, presenting to employees, and interpersonal communication.
• Skilled in geometry and blueprints (including elevations, grades, etc.)
• Excellent with technology and software, including Microsoft Office Suite.
• Must pass post-offer background check consisting of employment history, professional references, criminal record, and drug screen (includes marijuana).
• Leadership, interpersonal, and multi-tasking skills (including the handling of multiple priorities and deadlines).
• Effective organizational skills that includes the ability to self-manage work.
• Must be highly adaptable to the kinds of change that comes along with working in an entrepreneurial environment.
• Self-starting initiative to pursue improvements and projects without substantial supervision.

DESIRED QUALITIES TO INCLUDE
• Landscaping industry experience.
• Construction industry experience.
• Experience in horticulture and/or outdoor fields.

PHYSICAL DEMAND & WORK ENVIRONMENT
• Mostly office environment with occasional field exposure.
• Occasionally lift/move up to 50lbs, above 50 pounds required to ask for help.

JOB SUMMARY
Location: Colorado Springs, CO.
Position Title: Residential Design Intern.
Reports To: Residential Design Intern.
Supervises: None.
Department: Residential Design.
Education: Bachelor’s Degree or at least junior year.
Experience: None required.
Career Level: Temporary, Intern.
Length: Approximately 90 days during the summer of 2020.
Wage: Hourly, $15.50 – $17 depending on experience and education level.
Hours: 40.
Benefits: None.

An Equal Opportunity Employer/E-Verify/Drug free workplace
8110 Opportunity View, Colorado Springs, CO 80939
Apply online, download the application, or come in and fill out an application today!
www.timberlinelandscaping.com/careers

Account Management Intern

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The Account Management Intern will support the core functions of our maintenance account management team. The intern will gain real-world paid experience by taking on assigned responsibilities in account management to sharpen core skills. The intern will also spend about 20% of their time rotating through other departments to learn how their core responsibilities helps make the business successful. This position will run for approximately 90 days during the summer of 2020, depending on the accepted candidate and variables such as graduation date. The successful candidate will be energetic, skilled in building client relationships and maintaining properties, and a self-starting individual looking to utilize their business or horticulture-related college education to work at the next level within the field.

DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES
• Assist with overall oversight of portfolio properties.
• Understand and assist in the estimating process.
• Support quality expectations in field operations.
• Communicate with clients and customers to help ensure complete satisfaction.
• Participate in regular site visits to ensure quality and contract expectations are being met.
• Assist with billing and paperwork.
• Support account managers in the negotiation of contract renewals.
• On occasion, participate in field work to be involved in a hands-on capacity in your portfolio management process.
• Support other functional departments as a supplement to the internship; such as Accounting, Human Resources, Technology, Quality Assurance, Sales, Estimating, and operational business units.

REQUIREMENTS
• Must, at minimum, currently be in junior year of college to be considered.
• Bachelor’s (or meet the criteria above) in either Business Administration, Horticulture, or relevant college coursework and experience. An emphasis or minor in any of the above areas will also be considered.
• Effective communication skills; including writing, routine correspondence, reports, presenting to employees, and interpersonal communication.
• Excellent with technology and software, including Microsoft Office Suite.
• Must pass post-offer background check consisting of employment history, professional references, criminal record, and drug screen (includes marijuana).
• Leadership, interpersonal, and multi-tasking skills (including the handling of multiple priorities and deadlines).
• Effective organizational skills that includes the ability to self-manage work.
• Must be highly adaptable to the kinds of change that comes along with working in an entrepreneurial environment.
• Self-starting initiative to pursue improvements and projects without substantial supervision.

DESIRED QUALITIES TO INCLUDE
• Landscaping industry experience.
• Construction industry experience.
• Experience in horticulture and/or outdoor fields.

PHYSICAL DEMAND & WORK ENVIRONMENT
• Office environment with field exposure, about 80/20.
• Occasionally lift/move up to 50lbs, above 50 pounds required to ask for help.

JOB SUMMARY
Location: Colorado Springs, CO.
Position Title: Account Management Intern.
Reports To: Account Managers.
Supervises: None.
Department: Maintenance.
Education: Bachelor’s Degree or at least junior year.
Experience: None required.
Career Level: Temporary, Intern
Wage: Hourly, $15.50 – $17 DOE
Length: Approximately 90 days during the summer of 2020.
Hours: 40.
Benefits: None.

An Equal Opportunity Employer/E-Verify/Drug free workplace
8110 Opportunity View, Colorado Springs, CO 80939
Apply online, download the application, or come in and fill out an application today!
www.timberlinelandscaping.com/careers