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Posted: Friday, December 29, 2017 12:04 AM

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Landscape Labor
Autumn Skies Landscapes
| St. Helena, CA


Job Overview


WAGE: $15.50 per hour

JOB TYPE: Full-time

SCHEDULE: Weekdays

CATEGORIES: Creative, Family Owned, Fun, Landscaper, Professional, Professional Services, Sustainable

Job Description
Autumn Skies Landscapes has landscape labor positions available. We are a medium sized company specializing in high-end, quality oriented landscape construction. We operate in the Napa Valley and surrounding areas. We are looking for intelligent, hard working, honest people to work with us. This is a NON SMOKING company and smoking is NOT permitted what-so-ever on any job at any time. You must be physically fit. Experience is helpful but not necessary. This is a good job and there is always a lot to learn and enjoy. You can check out the company on our website, www.AutumnSkiesLandscapes.com.

Please call and leave a message with your name & number stated clearly. I look forward to hearing from you -

Please give Rodney a call at 707-328-1673 or at the office 965-1363!


About Autumn Skies Landscapes

Autumn Skies Landscapes is a quality oriented, high-end landscape construction company. We work throughout the Napa Valley and adjacent areas.

One of the things that sets the work of Autumn Skies Landscapes far above others is the attention we give to what's underneath the pretty part of the landscape, the infrastructure. Autumn Skies Landscapes builds landscapes from the ground up, which means that we pay special attention to soil quality and environmental suitability, and quality, conscientious work on the things that are not seen.

Autumn Skies Landscapes's focus is on giving his clients exactly what they want, because creating a landscape is such a personal thing, and we know that the clients will be living with the landscape for years to come, "We're very service oriented, and we'll go the extra mile to make sure everything is exactly right. We always say that we don't mind moving the tree two inches, two meters, or two miles, and we'll make sure the tree is healthy and happy wherever it ends up."

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• Location: East Bay

• Post ID: 88701182 eastbay
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