Detailed Job Description
1- Assigns workers to duties, such as cultivation, maintenance, and grading.
2-Estimates work-hour requirements to plant, cultivate, and prepare work schedules.
Confers with management to report conditions, plan planting, and discuss changes in fertilizer,
herbicides, or cultivating techniques.
3-Maintains records of employees' hours worked, and work completed.
4-Prepares and submits written or oral reports of personnel actions, such as performance
5-Trains employees in horticultural techniques, such as transplanting and weeding, shearing
and harvesting trees, and grading.
6-Inspects facilities to determine maintenance needs, such as malfunctioning environmental-
control systems, clogged sprinklers
7-Observes plants, shrubs, and trees in greenhouses, cold frames, or fields to ascertain their
8-Set the standards and manage Horticultural Services to ensure the service provided meets the
current and foreseeable future needs.
9-Understand new and improving technologies and techniques, implementing those that bring
10-To be accountable for the effective, efficient, and safe operation of the current plants'
standards of cleanliness and hygiene are maintained, environmental controls are appropriate,
and timely and appropriate repairs, maintenance, and minor works are done to maximize
continuity of service.
11-To ensure that the risk of plant loss is minimized through care and attention to detail, that
there is effective pest and disease control in plant growth facilities, and that control programs
are properly implemented in coordination with the needs.
12-Ensure all legal requirements including containment, health, safety, and the environment