Cagwin & Dorward

  • Landscape Irrigation Specialist

    Job Locations US-CA-Rohnert Park
    Category
    Irrigation Specialist
    Salary Range
    $20-25 hourly
  • Overview

    How would you like to be a part of a company that treats employees with dignity and respect? Cagwin and Dorward is a landscaping contractor that has built a culture around our values, collaboration and teamwork. We are a dynamic company that provides career opportunities combined with learning and growth. If you are looking for a long-term career, Cagwin might be the place for you!

                                                   

    Cagwin & Dorward is a full service landscape provider specializing in landscape maintenance, landscape construction, water management, and tree care for commercial, municipal and residential customers. From 15 local service centers, we serve the greater San Francisco Bay Area from Santa Rosa in the north, to Monterey in the south and east to Sacramento.

     

    We value learning, respect, integrity, commitment, accountability, leadership, honor, courage and results.

     

    Benefit Package:

    • Health insurance
    • Paid holidays
    • Paid vacation
    • 401(k) plan

    Responsibilities

    The Irrigation Specialist is responsible for producing irrigation repairs and other incidental irrigation and water management work.

    • Accurately diagnose irrigation equipment problems.
    • Provide accurate reports, controller mapping and chart descriptions.
    • Learn about field electrical diagnosis, inductive wire tracing, Dynatel and irrigation system design.
    • Assist in irrigation systems checks, major repairs, and upgrades.

    Qualifications

    If you focus on safety, have a positive attitude, a sense of urgency, take care of your people, keep your word, and are willing to learn, we’d like to talk with you!

    • Ability to effectively understand and communicate with manager and fellow crewmembers.
    • Must be able to read and write English.

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