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Wednesday, 21 March 2012 07:22

Landscape Operations Trainee Positions at James Martin Associates: Visit us at PLANET Student Career Days

Written by  Dorie Roth
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Are you looking for a "Sweet" career with a top Chicago area firm? 

We are looking for a few outstanding candidates to fill full time Landscapesweet success photo Operations Trainee positions.  On Friday, March 23rd we will be interviewing candidates at PLANET Student Career Days held at Kansas State and would enjoy the opportunity to meet you.

Please stop by booth #109 with your resume.  We've got a "Sweet" treat for you!  Interviews will be scheduled at the event.  If you are not attending, please send your resume to Shari at [email protected].

Successful candidates should posses a passion for the landscape and snow industry, be highly motivated and have the desire to constantly learn from your experiences.

For more information on PLANET Student Career Days visit: http://www.studentcareerdays.org/

About the Landscape Operations Trainee position:

Initial responsibilities and training of this year round position will include field production activities, initially assisting crew leaders with the maintenance and installation of landscape projects, followed by assuming the responsibilities of a crew leader.  Operations trainees will also be involved with a a variety of other assignments including horticultural services, yard management responsibilities, site take-offs and surveys, project planning and snow plow operations.  After experience in the position, future opportunities will include support of sales, design and client management efforts, as well as planning and supervising installation and maintenance crews, clients and projects.

A complete overview of James Martin Associates and our career opportunities can be accessed at JMA Careers.

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