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Posted: Saturday, September 23, 2017 2:29 AM

Job Description Crew Leader The Crew Leader (CL) is responsible for managing the Mariposa Installation Crew and overseeing the successful delivery of our build projects with the support of the Project Manager and Designer. CL will work to ensure projects are delivered to Mariposa standards of excellence in craftsmanship while prioritizing safety, timeliness and adherence to the given budget. Oversee the daily construction process of our garden installations Oversee the Installation Crew(s) Oversee the care of all tools and equipment for the installation department Conduct client communication as needed Special Responsibilities Skills & Experience Knowledge of how to install drip irrigation, including valve set up, wiring controllers, and running 1⁄4” drip line Crew management and oversight Ability to communicate effectively with supervisors and employees Ability to communicate effectively with clients Experience with grading, garden building and construction, fence building and deck building Experience with working in a multicultural and diverse environment Ability to get along well with others Ability to manage time and keep crew on task Other Requirements Current CA Driver’s License Smart phone Truck or vehicle that you can use to move tools and plants on a daily basis Company Description We are a Bay Area landscape design and build company, dedicated to creating ecologically sound gardens that are beautiful and well-crafted. At Mariposa, we fuse art and ecology into the landscape, bringing beauty to the practice of sustainability. In every garden, we see a unique opportunity to reconnect a space with its natural systems. Exposing nature’s existing elegant patterns allows us to create artfully designed spaces that complement urban environments. Mariposa is committed to restoring ecologically sound outdoor spaces in urban areas. We do this by sourcing local materials, combining low-water and native plants, building dry stacked stone structures, and understanding water in order to effectively conserve water in the garden.

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• Location: East Bay

• Post ID: 82914652 eastbay
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