We’re hiring a project manager for GRO’s renovation team.
This role is vital to our customer experience and company success.
At GRO, our landscape design, renovation, maintenance, and construction teams work together to create award-winning outdoor living experiences. We help people, companies, and organizations enrich their properties, people, workflow, and culture, through landscape design and outdoor experiences.
At GRO we take pride in cultivating an environment that helps each team member to thrive as individuals and at the same time we believe that no company is great because of just one person. It takes an entire team together to create something amazing.
We love our work.
We work hard.
We help each other.
We make great things.
Why Join GRO?
- Recognized as a 2018 Oregonian Top Workplace
- Four-time recipient of the Vancouver Business Journal Best in Business
- Eight-time honoree of the People’s Choice Award for Landscaping
- Winner of the 2018 People’s Choice, Realtors Choice, and Professionals Choice for
- Best Landscaping for Street of Dreams
- A supporter of the Clark County Food Bank, Salvation Army and Home with Heroes
- Recipient of the 2018 National Association of Landscape Professional’s Gold Award
- 2+ years of Commercial landscaping experience is prefered
- 3+ years of landscaping experience
- Job Duties for the Landscape Construction Project Manager
Leadership and Strategy
- Provide day-to-day leadership and management to the division’s team that mirrors the adopted mission and core values of the company.
- Manage Foreman and/or Site Supervisors, along with multiple crews and ensure jobs are managed within required time frames and meet quality standards established by the Company.
- Accomplish project objectives by selecting, orienting, training, assigning, scheduling, coaching, counseling, and disciplining employees. Motivate and lead a high-performance team.
- Foster a success-oriented, accountable environment within divisions.
- Create and streamline processes for division.
- Provide timely, accurate and complete reports on the operating condition of the division.
- Accomplish landscape project results by defining project purpose and scope; calculate resources required; establish standards and protocols; allocate resources; schedule and coordinate staff and sub-contractors; evaluate milestone assumptions and conclusions; resolve design problems; evaluate and implement change orders.
- Procure materials and coordinate delivery as necessary
- Meet landscape project budget by monitoring project expenditures; identify variances; and implement corrective actions.
- Supervise Foreman and multiple crews and ensure jobs are managed within required time frames and meet quality standards established by Company.
- Accomplish project objectives by training, coaching, counseling, and disciplining employees.
- Maintain safe, secure, and healthy work environment by following and enforcing standards and procedures; comply with legal regulations.
- Competitive wage
- Profit sharing
- 401(k) with generous match
- Paid time-off (PTO)
- Medical, dental and vision insurance
- Short-Term disability
- Life Insurance, AD&D Insurance
- Company provided cell phone, laptop and apparel
- Company team building events
- In-office snacks, taco parties, and celebratory meals.
Ideal fit for GRO
- 2+ years managing teams.
- Proficient in written and verbal communication skills.
- Capacity to work independently.
- Strong analytical and decision-making skills.
- Keen sense of humor
- Optimistic outlook on work and life
- Great taste in post-lunch music selections
- Can play a killer desktop drum solo in complete silence
EQUAL EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER
GRO Outdoor Living is strongly committed to equal employment opportunity in all of its employment practices. Managers and supervisors are required to recruit, employ, train, transfer, promote, pay, discipline, layoff and discharge from employment employees solely on the basis of individual qualifications and performance and/or according to the standards and policies outlined in our employee handbook, and related policies. Decisions involving any aspect of the employment relationship are made without regard to an employee’s race, color, creed, religion, sex, age, national origin, physical or mental disability, sexual orientation, gender presentation, political affiliation, or any other status or characteristics protected under any applicable federal or state law.