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Landscaping Team Leader - Foreman

Tully Landscapes wishes to recruit an experienced Landscapes Foreman to join their landscape team.

Key responsibilities

  • Lead and manage a team of 2 - 4 people in a variety of landscape contracts
  • Plan efficiently and set out each contract as per construction drawings/schedule of works
  • Operate and maintain various plant and machinery associated with the site works
  • Maintain company standards of quality workmanship and high customer service
  • Complete jobs in an efficient manner, within time and to budget
  • Work closely with the company director to achieve company goals and targets

The ideal candidate will have

  • Experience in hard landscaping and general groundwork including paving, wall building, timber work etc.
  • Strong technical understanding of construction methods with the ability to set out levels on site
  • Experience in staff supervision and training of general operatives
  • Strong motivation as a self-starter with good interpersonal skills and initiative
  • Soft landscaping experience
  • Good horticultural knowledge, and appreciation of planting
  • Health & Safety training in Safe Pass, Manual Handling etc.
  • CSCS cards for 360 Excavator, Teleporter, Dumper
  • PC skills for emailing and writing short reports
  • Full literacy in English, spoken and written word
  • A full driving licence (C1 preferable)

Excellent salary package on offer to the right candidate

This is an exciting opportunity to make your mark in a well-established Landscape business situated in one of Ireland’s largest specialist nurseries.

Job Type: Full-time

Job Location:

  • North Dublin, County Dublin

Required education:

  • Secondary education

Required experience:

  • Landscaping: 3 years
  • Landscape Foreman: 3 years

Required language:

  • English

Required licence or certification:

  • Driving licence C1+E, B+E
  • CSCS Cards for Excavator, Dumper, Teleporter 

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