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Full-time hardscape installers

at Nicholson Landscaping in Tri-Cities (Coquitlam, Port Coquitlam, Port Moody)

Nicholson Landscaping is looking for hardscape installers that have experience as a lead hand, foreman and or labour. 

We are a small established company that specializes in residential garden renovations. We install mainly paving stones, retaining walls, fencing, decking, drainage and all softscaping to name a few. We use only the best equipment and have the luxury of choosing jobs that can be done with excavators and bobcats whenever possible to make the work easier and faster. We are willing to train the right person but minimum 2 years experience is preferred. The right candidate will have a strong work ethic, be reliable, enjoy the landscaping field and bring a positive attitude to the already very positive working environment.

This is a perfect position for someone working as a lead hand or junior foreman for a large company. As your daily efforts will be noticed and appreciated because you will be working along side an experienced team and a busy business owner that is flexible and easy going with little to no stress. We believe in working smarter not harder and open communication is stressed. We are always busy and have an excellent reputation in the Tri Cites area. We provide customer services with a smile and extensive knowledge in the field.

Wages are negotiable but can can be as high as $30 per hour for a person that needs no assistance in completing residential hardscape installations. On and off site training is available as needed with quality and efficiency as the focus. 

Email resume to only. Please no phone calls. 

We really look forward to meeting and talking with career focused, motivated landscapers set to build a dream job with a great organization.

Nicholson Landscaping Ltd.
1286 Oriole Place
Port Coquitlam, BC
V3B 5K5

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