Responsible for the directing and leading Maintenance Foremen and project crews.  The MFM oversees the day-to-day activities of maintenance work including quality, safety, equipment management, and project route planning while helping ensure that job budgets are consistently met.


  • While following company procedures and policies, manage Maintenance Foreman and delegate work to ensure that work is performed efficiently and that service expectations are met by providing expertise and guidance.
  • Collaborate on route planning with the AM.
  • Performs manual duties as needed to assist Foremen to meet job timelines and budgets.
  • MFM mixes concentrated herbicides and distributes to Foreman.
  • Evaluates and understands work orders, to organize labor, equipment, and supplies necessary to complete work assignments.
  • Notifies AM of labor, materials, and equipment needs to complete work orders.
  • Schedules daily timecard entries to ensure accuracy and approve for processing.
  • Reviews daily digital timecard entries to ensure accuracy and approve for processing.
  • Ensure green folders are completed correctly and turned in weekly.
  • Review weekly labor reports with AM and implement strategies to improve efficiency.
  • Ensure that all equipment is operated in a safe and proper manner, complete daily equipment inspection reports and submit them on a weekly basis.
  • Ensure necessary equipment repairs are reported to the Shop Manager and fixed before use.
  • Track assigned equipment and update inventory at the beginning and end of the season.
  • Make recommendations on hiring and terminating all responsible team members to the AM.
  • MFM will lead and train the team in conjunction with the AM, identify potential leaders, and assists in the personal growth of the team members.
  • Perform annual reviews and make wage adjustment recommendations to the PM for the Maintenance Foreman.
  • Collaborates with the Safety Engineer and AM to ensure compliance to OSHA and Environmental Landworks Company, Inc.’s safety regulations.


  • Participate in all necessary meetings, including weekly meetings with AM.
  • Follow all State, Local, and Federal Motor carrier laws in compliance with hauling and transporting equipment, and materials.
  • Attend property walks with the AM as requested.
  • May be called on to assist estimating with the development of an estimate.
  • Provide or coordinate on-the-job training to current & new team members as appropriate.
  • Snow maintenance work as required.
  • Other duties as appropriate and assigned.
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