Careers

Billings Landscaping, LLC offers some exciting careers for people here in Billings Montana! Whether you already live here or are willing to relocate, we have work opportunities and tools you need to succeed.

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Typical job site scene getting ready for sod.

Have you considered a career in Landscaping?

Landscaping is a thriving seasonal business in Billings Montana. Billings Landscaping receives a steady flow of phone calls from customers who need landscaping services.

We are seeking to employ competent and motivated individuals who are willing to work hard to receive due reward for their efforts. At Billings Landscaping, our #1 priority is our customers. We serve the community and do awesome stuff to help beautify and improve the land. We strive to provide a fun work environment and culture. We get paid to play in the dirt like pros. Our company is a network of family and friends!

Job Descriptions

Project Manager

Project managers are top boss in the field. They manage the work load and provide experience to make sure the job gets done quickly and methodically. Project Managers get involved in all activities on major projects from start to finish. Project managers assist the foreman and crew in order to keep jobs on schedule. PM’s oversee construction, provide assistance, make sure equipment is safe and put away properly. PM’s oversee equipment maintenance, keep records, and make sure rentals are returned on time. Project managers oversee all aspects of project productivity. This means making sure that material such as sod, mulch, gravel, flagstone, pavers, block, and stone are delivered to the site when they are needed and that the proper equipment is ready for work.

Landscape Foreman

A pro landscape foreman has already proven themselves by managing complete landscape installation projects themselves. They understand the importance of leading by example, and know how to manage laborers to keep them productive on the job. Most landscape foreman have experience using and maintaining equipment but foreman are still allowed to have their strengths and weaknesses. A foreman has the support of the project manager to help them complete a project that meets or exceeds our quality standards here at Billings Landscaping.

Project Estimator and Designer

This individual will have a unique set of skills with experience at estimating construction projects. Must have prior experience as an estimator and references.
A qualified individual will have some experience with building plans, preferably site plans. They will be tasked to visit customers, measure job sites, create site plans, fly drones for aerial photos (optional), sketch designs using photoshop or autocad.

Landscape Horticulturist, Plant Expert, and Designer

Landscape Horticulturists have an educational tract in horticulture. Their primary job is know plants and how to plant them. They are also responsible for plant design. This can be a very fun and rewarding job, but be prepared to work hard and fast! Plant Experts are tasked to know the trade names for the plants, their ideal exposures, their sizes and growth rates, and much more. Planting experts are responsible for the area around any plant, tree, or shrub. This includes plant layout and installation; proper watering; proper exposure; and good design.

Landscape Installer

Landscape installers are the core power of Billings Landscaping. They are the individuals who get the hard work done. If you like to work hard outside and enjoy learning the specifics required to become a master landscaper, then this is the career path for you. Experienced installer are often promoted to foreman. Installers will be tasked with setting edging, building retaining walls, laying landscape fabric, laying sod, building patios, and much more.

Landscape Laborer

Landscape laborers assist installers and foreman in getting the grunt work done. Laborers continuously rake, shovel, and pack dirt; move boulders, block, and pavers; remove old landscape materials, load dump trailers, shovel gravel, and more. Laborers can make anywhere from $10-$15/hour depending on their skills. To learn more about the skills your will learn, check out our Employment Page. When a laborer is able to perform all of these tasks on his or her own, they are promoted to Landscape Installer. If they show leadership skills and prove themselves able to run projects on their own, then they are quickly promoted to landscape foreman where they will first manage smaller projects and grow into managing larger operations.