Assistant Site Manager – Double Oak

Assistant Site Manager – Double Oak

A landscaping staple since 1985, Living Earth® is the leading recycler of green waste and producer of organic mulch, compost and soil in Texas and Tennessee. We are seeking an assistant site manager for our Double Oak location, which is near Flower Mound and Lantana in DFW.

 

The assistant site manager will oversee all areas from customer service to operations. This is a busy retail location so the successful candidate must have excellent communication skills (verbal and written) and a can-do attitude. This position must work effectively with all levels within the company from senior management to hourly employees. Assistant site managers work Monday through Friday with a half day on Saturday.

 

Living Earth® offers competitive pay and a comprehensive portfolio of benefits including medical, dental, vision, life flexible spending and employer-matched 401K. Paid holiday, vacation time and sick time are offered as well.

If your qualifications match the attributes below, we hope you will apply for this amazing opportunity to help grow our green, environmentally friendly, recyclable business. Email us at [email protected] to apply.

 

Responsibilities:
• Responsible for all day-to-day activities at the site, including but not limited to safety & compliance, operational efficiency, and oversight of site employee, contractors, and vendors.
• Support customers, and internal sales and accounting staff, with product information, invoice, statement, pricing, A/R, collections and debit/credit memo questions and other needs.
• Ability to search out and grow customer sales opportunities in the site area.
• Set the example and continuously drive a culture of exceptional customer service by setting example for team, enhancing the customer experience and proactively resolving customer concerns & complaints.
• Maintain and administer all safety meetings, storm water prevention planning, site inspections, SDS books to ensure compliance to all applicable local, state and federal laws.

 

Successful Candidate Attributes:
• Experience in the distribution of building products to retail customers and contractors. Counter-based experience a plus.
• Strong customer service skills
• Impeccable work ethic and a willingness to learn
• Hands on, day-to-day proven management experience
• Previous horticulture experience a plus

 

Living Earth® is an equal opportunity employer. We celebrate diversity and are committed to creating an inclusive environment for all employees. We are a drug free workplace, with pre-employment drug and alcohol screening required.

Front Loader/Excavator Operator

Front Loader/Excavator Operator

Living Earth® is the largest recycler of tree limbs, brush, leaves and grass clippings and the biggest manufacturer and provider of mulch, compost and other landscaping materials in Texas and Tennessee. We are seeking heavy equipment operators at our Richmond (Houston area), Knoxville and Nashville locations. The successful candidate will operate and minimally maintain front loaders and excavators on our work site. The position is Monday through Friday with Saturday hours as needed.

 

The highly attractive compensation package includes competitive hourly wages and semi-annual discretionary bonuses. Living Earth® also offers an amazing portfolio of benefits including medical, dental, vision, life, flexible spending, and 401K. Paid holiday, vacation time and sick time are offered as well.

 

If your qualifications match the attributes below, we hope you will apply for this amazing opportunity to help grow our green, environmentally friendly, recyclable business.

 

Responsibilities:

  • Operate heavy equipment (i.e. Front-End Loaders, Excavators, Grinders, Screeners etc.) in compliance with Living Earth’s operating safety policies and procedures.
  • Loading of mulches, soils, compost, sands and gravels into trucks and customer vehicles.
  • Ensure Living Earth® equipment and material is maintained, cleaned and stored safely. Pre-shift/post-shift equipment per standard operating procedures.
  • Timely completion of all paperwork, reports and other documentation.
  • Provide recommendations for maintaining and improving environmental performance.

 

Successful Candidates Attributes:

  • At least one year of front-end loader operation.
  • At least one year of excavator operation.
  • Strong disposition for positive customer service; go above and beyond for customers.
  • Strong communication skills especially verbal communication.
  • A can-do attitude to work in all types of weather conditions.

 

TO APPLY EMAIL US AT [email protected]

 

Living Earth® is an equal opportunity employer. We celebrate diversity and are committed to creating an inclusive environment for all employees. We are a drug free workplace, with pre-employment drug and alcohol screening require

CDL Drivers

CDL Drivers

About Living Earth®

Living Earth® is the largest recycler of tree limbs, brush, leaves and grass clippings and the biggest manufacturer and provider of mulch, compost and other landscaping materials in Texas and Tennessee. Living Earth is hiring Class A CDL Drivers at our Houston, DFW, Nashville and Knoxville locations. The ideal candidate will have a solid driving record and a strong history of customer service. The position is Monday through Friday with Saturday hours as needed. 

Living Earth® offers competitive pay, vacation, and holiday pay, medical, dental, vison and other benefits including flexible spending account, AD&D, Long and Short-Term Disability and 401k plan. Additionally, holiday and paid time off is offered. $1500 signing/retention bonus offered.

 

If your qualifications match the attributes below, we hope you will apply for this amazing opportunity to help grow our green, environmentally friendly, recyclable business.

 

Responsibilities:

  1. Provide exceptional service to Living Earth® clients while delivering product.
  2. Ensure timely and efficient delivery of Living Earth® product. If schedule becomes altered, communicate with dispatch and the customer.
  3. Perform pre- and post-trip inspections. Ensure safety is a priority.
  4. Ensure company equipment and material is well maintained, cleaned, and stored properly and safely. Check equipment filters and grease equipment as needed.

 

Successful Candidate Attributes:

  1. Class A Commercial Driver’s License. Experience with manual transmission required.
  2. 3 years previous experience with end dump and/or flatbed trucks.
  3. At least 21 years of age with 3 years previous commercial driving experience
  4. Strong disposition for positive customer service; go above and beyond for customers
  5. Strong communication skills especially verbal communication.

 

Email us to apply at [email protected]

 

Living Earth® is an equal opportunity employer. We celebrate diversity and are committed to creating an inclusive environment for all employees. We are a drug free workplace, with pre-employment drug and alcohol screening required.

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