The Level Green Culture Blog

Behind the scenes and insider information for landscaping careers and green industry jobs.

Caitlin Cross loves doing something that fills a lot of people with fear: she shows up at businesses unannounced, with her business card, ready to chat. 

Her goal as a business developer: drum up some new business for Level Green Landscaping. 

“I love to cold call,” Caitlin says. “I show up and introduce myself. It disarms people. It’s harder for them to turn me away if I’m there in person.”

Brittany Antolik was a field manager at a large landscaping company for six years, hoping to advance in her landscaping career.

Too bad she was stuck. 

“They kept saying they’d promote me, but I never saw the fruit of it,” she says. “It was frustrating. I wanted to move up for a long time.” She found a place to soar at Level Green.

When Level Green Landscaping recruiter Erica Cain visits college career fairs or industry conferences, she brings along other Level Green women with her to staff the table, and she has plenty of choices.

Account managers. Business developers. An operations manager. Crew leaders. The chief financial officer. The list goes on.

“I don’t just tell about how we have great women working at Level Green, I show it,” says Cain, talent acquisition specialist. “I bring women along, to show this is who we are. We’re not just men. We’re women, too.”

If you love being outdoors, working with your hands, solving problems and being part of a team, there are lots of job opportunities in the landscape and grounds maintenance field.

Crew members plant flowers, mow lawns and make landscapes beautiful. Landscape designers create artistry from the ground up. Field supervisors combine people skills with organizational know-how to make sure jobs are done just right.

Let’s take a look at some landscape maintenance jobs.

If somebody offered you free money for your future, would you take it?
How about if they offered to pay for half of your health insurance premium costs to protect you and your family?

Sometimes a good deal isn’t too good to be true. It’s actually a good deal.

If you work at Level Green Landscaping, now is a great time to take advantage of the benefits the company offers.

Two new regional manager positions at Level Green Landscaping reflect the company’s continued growth as they look ahead to an expanding footprint in the industry.

Joey Schneider and Kevin Doleman will focus on training and development for team members and increasing efficiency, says Paul Wisniewski, Division Manager at Level Green and the manager who hired for the new positions.

Have you ever bought something? Jordon Foss might have sold it to you.

He started his sales career at age 19 and has sold watches, solar panels, real estate, and pest control. He’s waited tables at restaurants and tended bar.

Now he’s a business development manager at Level Green Landscaping.

You’ll have to look elsewhere for that watch or new house.

But if you need your company’s landscaping to wow, Jordon can set you up.