POSITION AVAILABLE: Designer / Estimator
GROW WITH US
Work where you can actually own your own home, enjoy the world class beauty of Tahoe and the mountains, and find a career with leaders of the landscape industry.
Careers bloom with the opportunities to grow, lead and change the face of the local landscape. Signature Landscapes is the region’s most successful landscape industry leader in installation, maintenance and customer service.
Signature is searching for two full-time Landscape Designer, Estimator and Sales professionals for our Landscape Installation team. As a top member of our creative team, it’s up to you to ensure projects are completed in a professional manner — safely, within budget, on time, and with the customer’s desire for attention at the top of your list.
You’re probably a dynamic individual, looking for ways to incorporate new ideas into designsand learning the latest technology — this is awesome! Our clients expect the best from you. We feel it all starts with a professional design background and a number of years of experience working with a landscape company.
Expect to excel at the following:
- Multiple-project management/leadership — A MUST
- Team-based development of creative technical solutions to complex design problems
- Preparation, coordination and completion of construction document packages
- Management of team production of construction details, specifications, drawing sets, presentation packages as they support the design approach
- Mentorship and collaboration with installation team staff
- Carry out technical and administrative assignments
- Lead clients in project meetings
- Development of creative technical solutions to complex design approach
- Evaluation and selection of materials and products
- Traveling to project meetings and job site as necessary
- Minimum of 2-4 year of landscape industry estimating and design experience
- An open mind and passion for new trends in design fields and dedication to idea-driven work
- Excellent interpersonal, leadership, and communication skills
- Demonstrated excellence in computer-aided drawing programs (AutoCAD) a plus
- Demonstrated excellence in Preliminary, Conceptual Design and Schematic Design phases in order to further develop Construction Documents
- Expertise in effectively presenting information and responding to questions from principals and clients and subcontractors
- Expertise in reading, analyzing and interpreting technical procedures and governmental regulations
- Bilingual (Spanish) a plus
Think you have what it takes to work for the best landscape organization in the state? Submit your resume with references to the email above. We’ll get back to you within soon after receipt of your information.
SALARY RANGE: $45,000-$52,000 + Commission
Good luck — were excited to meet you!
Location: Reno, Tahoe, Truckee, Northern California
A Career with Signature Offers You:
- Competitive salary DOE
- Laptop, cell phone, advanced tools, and training
- Fully paid compnay vehicle including fuel/maintenance
- Medical, 401(K) and other benefits
- Focused, collaborative & energetic workplace
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