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Talented? Committed?
Freakishly devoted to quality?

We’re always looking for employees—if they’re the right employees, that is. We give clients our very best. If that’s  an environment you’d like to be a part of, let’s talk.

Human Resource Coordinator

Carmel, IN

 

The Human Resource Coordinator provides assistance with and facilitates the human resource

processes of the company. This role administers employee benefit plans and

acts as liaison between employees and insurance providers. This position resolves benefits-related issues and ensures effective use of plans while benefiting employees. The Human

Resource Coordinator manages payroll functions and provides system and administrative support, along with recruitment, onboarding, orientations, and record-keeping, file maintenance, including compliance support.

Essential Functions and Responsibilities:

· Maintain HRIS system, including support/assistance with administering payroll biweekly and entering newly hired employees into the system.

· Manage all employee benefit, insurance, and wellness processes which includes benefit administration, monthly insurance enrollment, monthly reconciliations, open enrollment, COBRA and wellness program management. Make suggestions for benefit changes and/or enhancements.

· Advocate for employees with our benefit providers. Assist employees in getting questions answered and issues resolved.  

· Assures benefit plans are administered in accordance with federal and state regulations and that plan provisions are followed.

· Provide recruitment support as needed, including screening, interviews, onboarding and orientations.

· Assist in training initiatives/development.

· Assist in maintaining personnel policies or procedures, collaborating with leadership on changes/ enhancements, including employee handbook. 

· Manage and develop company wellness program initiatives. 

· Complete employment verifications timely. 

· Process employee leaves of absence and documentation requirements. HR team point of contact for employees while on leave. 

· Manage FMLA process as well as ADA requirements. 

· Administer Snow Loan Program.  Process documentation of loan agreements and coordination with payroll.   

· Manage EEOC reporting requirements. 

· Maintain knowledge of industry trends and employment legislation and ensure organization's compliance.

· Ensure security and confidentiality of all personnel information for entire organization.

· Assist and support strategic company planning and objectives. 

· Assist Safety Director as it relates to HR and compliance as needs arise.

· Assist in providing back up support for Payroll.

Chemical Applicator

Indianapolis, IN

I. JOB SUMMARY:

Deliver outstanding customer service, as defined by the customer and account managers regarding chemical applications. Responsible for the application of pesticides within residential or business areas to lawns, ornamental trees and shrubs, park areas, and other recreational areas. Responsibilities may include snow removal services in the winter season.


II. ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

1. Delivering chemical applications according to Engledow quality standards.

2. Contribute to and support others in establishing a positive work environment by tackling issues and maintaining honest, meaningful dialogue.

3. Maintain steady communication with Chemical Application Team.  Make recommendations for chemical applications.

4. Strive with others for the efficient utilization of resources and coordination of activities on clients' sites.

5. Keep current with new chemical regulations and OSHA standards in regard to chemicals. Follow all laws, regulations and certification requirements. 

6. Complete necessary paperwork for notification to client at time of service.

7. Complete necessary time sheet entry and tracking of materials for billing purposes.

8. Provide input and direction for departmental growth and development through participation in team and planning meetings.

9. Provide assigned winter services per the instruction of the Snow Captain and/or Winter Services Manager.  



III.  EVALUATION FACTORS:


 A.  SKILL

 -Ability to work quickly and produce quality results

-Knowledge and staying up to date of MSDS and chemical uses

-Ability to communicate well in both written and verbal formats.

-Must be service oriented to meet/exceed customers’ needs.

-Must have the ability to adapt to change quickly and efficiently.

-Must be able to work independently in an efficient and organized manner.

-Ability to deal with multiple problems simultaneously and prioritize solutions

-Knowledge of the landscape industry and chemical applications.

-Ability to identify pest problems and to preform preventative chemical applications.

-Identify different pest issues and apply correct/specific chemicals.

-Knowledge of application timing.



Account Manager, Estates

IN, IN

  

Deliver a high level of customer service and sales to an assigned Estates client group.  Support, schedule, lead and work with your team members to accomplish work in a timely and cost-effective manner, while completing tasks in the most safe and efficient manner. Providing snow removal duties in the winter. Build excellent client relationships, improving profitability for the Organization, and manage the contract renewals annually. Engledow Group standardized levels of quality and safety standards are to be met at each client location.


 ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS AND RESPONSIBILITIES:


1. Understand and execute the needs of each individual Estates client contract, along with being the first point of contact/communication for that set of assigned Estates clients.

2. Responsible for scheduling and delivering horticultural services according to Engledow quality and safety standards.

3. Lead team members through positive example of work quality, addressing issues, and maintaining efficiency.

4. Maintain steady and effective communication with customers, make recommendations for site improvements, and keep them abreast of developments on their sites.

5. Conduct regular site inspections as support for Supervisors and in order to deliver contracted services.

6. Perform contract negotiation (annually) for your assigned Estates client group.

7. Train team members and consistently lead by example

8. Oversee equipment use so as to maximize life and minimize repairs.

9. Enter hours/time accurately into Boss and assist crew with their time sheets.

10. Keep current with horticultural and industry knowledge.

  1. Manage some human resources actions when necessary with Supervisors and/or team members as  needed or seek HR guidance
  2. Coach and train new team members.

13. Provide input and direction for departmental growth and development through participation in team and planning meetings.

14. Participation on a designated team executing snow removal during the winter months.

Estates Supervisor

Carmel, IN

  

This is a key role that is responsible for the care and maintenance of Engledow Estates clients' properties. This includes working with and leading a team to complete the necessary tasks. Care and maintenance includes but is not limited to: mowing, watering, weeding, edging, trimming, mulching, pruning, snow removal, planting various plant material, application of chemicals and trash removal, along with some client interactions and communications.  


 ESSENTIAL RESPONSIBILITIES:

· Understand and execute the needs of each client contract.

· Lead crewmembers through positive example of work quality and efficiency.

· Train crewmembers and consistently lead by example.

· Oversee equipment use so as to maximize life and minimize repairs.

· Enter hours/time accurately into Boss and assist crew with their time sheets.

· Communicate equipment needs and problems to Shop using appropriate paperwork.

· Attend production and crew meetings.

· Solve field problems in a timely and cost-effective manner.

· Lead safety sessions and enforce safety procedures.

· Assist in snow removal during the winter.


Must have industry experience, concepts and industry knowledge.

Must have a valid drivers license.

Must be able to lead effectively.


Competitive Pay and Benefits, including a matching 401K!  

Irrigation Service Technician

Indianapolis, IN

  

This position is responsible for the maintenance and repair of irrigation systems at Engledow commercial clients’ properties. Maintenance and repair includes but is not limited to: repairing damaged irrigation systems, spring start up and winterization of systems, problem solving and recommendations for resolving client needs. Responsibilities will include snow removal and/or salting in the winter season. 


II.  ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS AND RESPONSIBILITIES:


· Perform spring start-ups and winterizations of assigned irrigation clients

· Repair damaged systems as requested by clients

· Be creative in accomplishing the work quickly and accurately

· Maintain and complete all necessary paperwork for billing and time sheets

· Complete necessary paperwork and computer data entry required for payroll and other needed data entry

· Maintain inventories of existing irrigation supplies

· Attend necessary meetings to discuss goals and needs

· Maintain Engledow driving standards

· Provide winter services per the instruction of the Winter Services Manager and/or Snow Captain. 



Event Crew Member

Carmel, IN

Events Crew Members assist in cleaning and organizing the warehouse, loading and unloading trucks, setting up events and tearing down events! 


This is a part time position with many nights and weekends.



Landscape Install Supervisor

Indianapolis, IN

  

This position is responsible for enhancements and installations on Engledow clients’ properties. This includes working with/supervising a team to complete the necessary tasks. Installations include but is not limited to: planting, tree removal, grading, turf repair, rock and mulch installation, landscape demo and rejuvenation, drainage repair and installation, snow removal in the winter season, property cleanup and debris removal, minor hardscape repair, and heavy equipment operating.


ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

1. Assist Installation Manager with execution of work orders

2. Lead crew members in work through positive example and training

3. Be creative in accomplishing the work quickly and accurately

4. Complete all necessary paperwork for billing and time sheets

5. Perform installations at Engledow level of quality standards, and quality control.

6. Lead crew members in work through positive example and training

7. Be creative in accomplishing the work quickly and accurately

8. Complete all necessary paperwork for billing and time sheets

9. Ensure crew members have items needed to complete the work and oversee equipment use

10. Complete necessary paperwork and computer data entry required for payroll and any other data entry needs

11. Attend production meetings to discuss goals and needs

12. Lead tailgate safety sessions with crew members

13. Enforce Human Resources policies as applies to crew members—tracking attendance, reviews, discipline meetings, etc.

Maintenance Crew Member

Columbus, IN

Title: Landscape Maintenance Crew Member

Engledow Group is currently hiring Landscape Maintenance Crew Members for all 4 of our locations! (Carmel, Indy NW, Indy SS and Columbus, IN)

This position is responsible for the maintenance of Engledow clients' properties. This includes working with a team to complete the necessary tasks of watering, weeding, edging, trimming, mulching, planting, pruning, snow and trash removal, and other duties as assigned by Supervisor.  


This is a full-time opportunity offering competitive pay, full benefits after 60 days, PTO and no winter lay-offs! 

Duties and Responsibilities:

• Meet and exceed Engledow Group standardized levels of quality and safety at each customer location

• Assist team and Supervisor in the coordination and implementation of contracts

• Oversee equipment use to maximize life and minimize repairs

• Maintain properties including watering, mulching, weeding, planting, pruning, trimming

• Snow removal services in winter season, along with trash removal on specific sites

• Communicate equipment needs and issues to Supervisor using appropriate paperwork

• Understand the needs of each client site

• Be creative in accomplishing the work quickly and with the highest level of quality

• Attend various meetings as requested

• Participate in tailgate safety sessions

• Assist in snow removal and help other divisions when required.

• Communicate issues or safety hazards to Supervisor

Qualifications

• Strong teamwork skills

• Ability to pass a drug screen and background screen

• Ability to work in inclement weather, including extreme heat and cold

• Ability to lift up to 60 lbs. regularly, along with walking, bending, and kneeling for long periods.

• High School Diploma or equivalent is required

• Must have reliable transportation and a valid driver’s license with good driving record


Maintenance Crew Member

Indianapolis, IN

  

This position is responsible for the maintenance of Engledow clients' properties. This includes working with a team to complete the necessary tasks. Position includes but is not limited to: watering, weeding, edging, trimming, mulching, planting, pruning, snow removal in winter season and trash removal, and other duties as assigned by Supervisor. Provide maintenance services to Engledow customers in a timely and efficient manner while maintaining quality standards. Engledow Group standardized levels of safety and quality are to be met at each client location. Includes snow removal services in the winter season.

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

· Assist team and Supervisor in the coordination and implementation of contracts.

· Oversee equipment use to maximize life and minimize repairs.

· Maintain properties including watering, mulching, weeding, planting, pruning, trimming

· Snow removal services in winter season, along with trash removal on specific sites

· Communicate equipment needs and issues to Supervisor using appropriate paperwork.

· Understand the needs of each client site.

· Be creative in accomplishing the work quickly and with the highest level of quality.

· Attend various meetings as requested

· Participate in tailgate safety sessions.

· Assist in snow removal and help other divisions when required.

· Communicate issues or safety hazards to Supervisor

· Strong Teamwork skills

· Ability to pass a drug screen and background screen

· Ability to work in inclement weather, including extreme heat and cold

· Ability to lift up to 60 lbs. regularly, along with walking, bending and kneeling for long periods.

Estates Crew Member

Carmel, IN

  

This position is responsible for the care and maintenance of Engledow Estates clients' properties. Care and maintenance includes but is not limited to: mowing, watering, weeding, edging, trimming, mulching, pruning, snow removal in the winter, planting various plant material, and trash removal, while completing tasks in the most safe and efficient manner.  


ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

1. Maintain properties for Engledow Estates 

2. Understand the needs of each respective client

3. Understanding of plants and plant materials

4. Accomplish assigned work quickly and accurately always with quality in mind

5. Complete all necessary paperwork for payroll, utilize BOSS, and/or time sheets

6. Communicate with Estates Supervisor regarding issues at properties

7. Maintain all driving and safety standards during work

8. Participation on a designated team executing snow removal during the winter months

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