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At Blue Wagon, we're dedicated to Building & Maintaining Beautiful Communities and are seeking motivated individuals to join our team. Open roles range from maintenance staff to office workers. Ideal candidates thrive in team settings, have strong problem-solving skills, and enjoy outdoor work. Basic computer literacy and professional communication abilities are essential. A driver's license is beneficial but not mandatory. We offer a competitive starting wage of $20 per hour for full-time positions and adhere to all employment regulations. Come join us in building and sustaining vibrant communities.

But Why Work For Blue Wagon?




We know you probably have a busy life! That's why we offer a flexible work schedule. With Jobs available for part-time, full-time, weekends, and much more, we can accommodate your scheduling needs.


Whether you prefer hands-on work or an office job, we have it all! You could be working with a crew outdoors or join our support team indoors. At Blue Wagon team building is essential. That is why we have regular group meetings and social events. We don't want you to be just taking a job, but rather joining a community.


It is our #1 priority to show our employees how much they are valued. That is why our average wage was 28% above the industry standard last year. 


We provide all employees with the chance to progress within the company. We recognize that engaging in the same role indefinitely becomes monotonous and lacks motivation. That's why we ensure that as you advance in the organization, you are progressively exposed to more intricate and fulfilling responsibilities.

Job Description

Job Descriptions

Crew Member:

  • Maintaining lawns by mowing, trimming, and edging

  • Planting and maintaining gardens, shrubs, and trees

  • Raking leaves,  clearing debris, and performing general clean-up of landscaped areas

  • Performing snow removal at commercial and residential properties

  • Operating and maintaining landscaping equipment such as mowers, trimmers, aerators, power rakes, vacuums, and leaf blowers

  • Adhering to safety regulations and guidelines while on the job

Office Administrator:

  • Managing office operations, including scheduling, budgeting, and record keeping

  • Handling correspondence and communicating with clients and partners

  • Maintaining and updating databases and filing systems

  • Handling incoming calls and directing them to the appropriate parties


    Assisting with the planning and coordination of meetings and events


    Processing invoices, expenses, and other financial documents

  • Ensuring the security and confidentiality of sensitive information

  • Providing excellent customer service to clients

Crew Lead:

  • Leading a team of landscaping crew members

  • Setting and managing schedules for crew members

  • Ensuring that all safety guidelines and regulations are followed

  • Training crew members on proper techniques and equipment usage

  • Maintaining accurate records of work completed and materials used

  • Maintaining and troubleshooting equipment

  • Assisting with the development and implementation of policies and procedures

General Manager:

  • Overseeing the daily operations of the company

  • Developing and implementing policies and procedures

  • Creating and managing budgets

  • Hiring, training, and managing staff

  • Collaborating with other departments to ensure smooth and efficient operation of the company

  • Monitoring performance and identifying areas for improvement

  • Making strategic business decisions

  • Handling customer complaints and issues

  • Managing relationships with vendors and suppliers

  • Providing leadership and guidance to team members

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