The Site Supervisor plays a central role in the Landforce model. The person in this position will be responsible for supervising and working alongside crews on worksites, and in doing so, represents the opportunity to build upon, model, and reinforce both the hard and soft skills our crew members learn in the classroom.
Work may include: green stormwater infrastructure maintenance, tree planting & care, invasive plant removal, trail construction & maintenance, garden bed installations, vacant lot remediation, and simple carpentry, among others. Recently, Landforce staff put together a list of characteristics of the ideal candidate for the Site Supervisor position, and while the person will need to have some of the environmental stewardship knowledge and experience described above, we identified the following characteristics as essential for a person in this position: clear communicator, patient, hard to fluster, charismatic, enthusiastic, supportive, go getter, hard worker, comfortable in a position of leadership and as a team player, non-judgmental, ability to build people up through positive and constructive feedback, commitment to restorative practices and especially to the people of Landforce and our mission.
If you believe that this is the job for you, then we encourage you to review the full job description, and apply by emailing your resume and a brief statement about why you think you are the right person for this position to Thomas Guentner, Director of Land Stewardship, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Salary is $40,000 plus benefits (100% health, medical, dental; 3% retirement match (from January following start of employment); 12 paid company holiday days, first year up to 19 days/year with increases at 2 and 5 years of employment; paid parental leave (after 6 months), etc.)