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Plant Health Care Manager

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Location: Princeville, HI, United States
Date Posted:
Req number: 51726
Job Type: Regular Full-Time
Remote Type:
Pay Range: 70000 - 80000

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At BrightView, the best teams are created and maintained here.  If you are searching for your next fulfilling career, picture yourself on a best-in-class team where you can grow to be your brightest. We’re looking for a Plant Health Care Manager. Can you picture yourself here?

Here’s what you’d do:

The Plant Health Care Manager develops, grows and achieves sales revenue goals related to plant health care. 

You’d be responsible for:

  • Develop, grow and achieve sales revenue goals related to plant health care 
  • Collaborate with the branch team on plant health care sales opportunities
  • Build relationship with chemical suppliers and manufacturers
  • Possess knowledge of current PHC application methods and tools and chemicals
  • Self-motivated to develop PHC opportunities and personal professional development
  • Create and present plant health care plans to current and prospective clients
  • Monitor and manage production goals (daily/weekly/monthly/yearly)
  • Interview, hire, train, coach and discipline team members
  • Conduct PHC lunch and learns for clients/prospective clients
  • Schedule work, open and close work orders accurately, efficiently and timely
  • Submit final paperwork to accounting for billing and collection; collect bad debt
  • Demonstrate and model behaviors on ethics and integrity as well as positively promoting Company culture, in particular, regarding safety, quality and customer service

You might be a good fit if you have:

  • ISA Certified Arborist is required and must be maintained throughout employment
  • Possess California State Qualified Pesticide Applicators License
  • A valid California Driver’s License, which is required to be maintained throughout employment 
  • Analytical skills and basic math skills
  • Strong communication skills (listening, oral and written)
  • Strong interpersonal skills – able to build solid business relationships
  • Able to switch between tasks and prioritize
  • Strong knowledge related to horticulture, arboriculture and chemicals (e.g. pesticides, herbicides, fertilizers)
  • Must understand and be well versed in local, state and federal laws for proper site assessment, applications and record documentation of chemical usage, weed, pest, and insect control methods. 

Here’s what to know about working here:

Here at BrightView, we’re as passionate about caring for our clients as we are about caring for each other. Though we’re the nation’s leading landscape company, we maintain a small company feel and supportive environment that makes our team members feel at home. 

If you’re looking to join a team of talented go-getters who tackle big vision projects other companies could only dream of, you just might have found your match. With our range of services, including landscape design, development, maintenance and enhancements, there’s no limit to what we can do, and what you can achieve.

Growing Everyday

Like the communities we serve, you are on a constant path of discovery to shape your career and personal development. In addition to best-in-class opportunities and competitive salary, you may be eligible for benefits and perks like:

  • Paid time off
  • Health and wellness coverage
  • 401k savings plan

Start Your Bright New Career Journey


BrightView is an Equal Employment Opportunity and E-Verify Employer.

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