The Village at Copper is looking to fill a full-time, seasonal position on our landscaping team!
· We are searching for a responsible, self-starter to be our new Landscape Foreman. The Landscape Foreman's responsibilities include managing several groundskeeping teams, overseeing the construction of outdoor spaces and maintaining existing grounds, monitoring and training workers, supervising the use of equipment, ensuring staff observe safety guidelines and protocols, and completing various administrative duties. The applicant should have previous leadership skills and sound knowledge of pesticides and chemicals. To see the full job description, please click here.
· Benefits include access to a Copper Summer Activities pass for the employee and their dependents. This position has the potential to become full-time, year-round for the right candidate.
For further information or to apply please contact Abigail Tietjen at firstname.lastname@example.org.
the copper mountain Corporate Culture
- Pride - Take pride in what you do, since what you do represents who you are as an individual and all of us as an organization
- Do What’s Right, with Integrity – For each situation, ask yourself, “What is the right thing to do” and do that
- Supportive – Be a knowledge base for your stakeholders; helping all to be successful
- Responsive – Return calls and emails promptly, and immediately take care of issues brought to your attention
- Focus on Solutions - Be forward thinking, and examine what needs to be done to improve the process and solve issues
- Take Action – Avoid paralysis through analysis, there may be ten great solutions to any issue, choose one and move forward
- Problem Solve - Evaluate, act and follow through to the finish
- Everyone has inherent worth and dignity – Be honest, straightforward & respectful, regardless of one's position
- Highest Product and Service Quality – Strive for the highest level of quality possible
- Create and Innovate – Think well outside the box, and it is encouraged to look elsewhere for a solution, and often the best solution is the simplest one
- Adaptability – Be responsive to the current situation and don’t hesitate to change your plan if it is not working
- Trust – Have confidence in your co-workers and yourself
- Big Picture – When making a decision, fit it into long-term company objectives
- Responsibility Paired with Authority – This is a given for success to be possible
- Empower Successful People - Enabling co-workers to fulfill their responsibilities without micro-managing them
- Over-Communicate – The art of great communication is to ensure all have heard and understand your message
- Customer Service – The “extra step” is not extra - be kind and understanding by putting yourself in others' shoes
- Team Work - Great results in business are seldom the product of one individual’s efforts - they are done by a team, who together turn the ordinary into the extraordinary
- Fun – Enjoy what you do, and if not, change it!