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21 and over
Perform plant maintenance which may include: watering with Tanks-a-Lot, cleaning, installing, fertilizing, pruning, pinching, trimming, dead-heading, and replacement.
Monitor plant nutrition by checking soil, fertilizer, moisture, and overall appearance.
Monitor Integrated Pest Management System (IPM) and use proper control methods.
Install and maintain proper mechanics in interior planters.
Inspect area daily to ensure the condition of interior landscape meets appearance standards.
Maintain a clean and healthy environment for all interior plants.
Remove and dispose of litter found in planters.
Inspect work area to identify any potential safety hazards and follow all safety, corporate, and department policies.
Use a variety of manual hand tools and equipment to complete tasks.
Drive/Operate company vehicles to travel on and off property.
Operate motorized equipment such as aerial lift, forklifts, Tugs, reach trucks, etc.
Ensure proper care and safe use of equipment and supplies and report lost or damaged equipment and tools.
Attend required training classes.
Use two-way radio to communicate while in field.
Maintain cleanliness and order in all public and common work areas.
Complete daily work sheets and turn in at end of shift.
Complete and submit plant and supply orders.
Train new employees in job related duties.
Work various special projects and seasonal change outs in the retail area.
Unload truck and inspect plants as they are received.
Perform other job related duties as assigned.
At least 3 years of experience in interior plant maintenance.
At least 2 years previous experience with hotel plant maintenance.
Excellent customer service skills.
Have interpersonal skills to deal effectively with all business contacts.
Professional appearance and demeanor.
Work varied shifts, including weekends and holidays.
High school diploma or equivalent.
Able to effectively communicate in English, in both written and oral forms.
Horticulture education with college courses and/or seminars.
Previous experience working in a similar resort setting.
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