The Horticulturist Planner function includes in-house departmental training for certification preparation programs. This position facilitates supervision of the Horticulture, Tree Maintenance and Landscape work groups. Work with supervisor to produce and process data from inventories including creation of reports and maps. Manage plant orders support for the Grounds Department including processing plan orders information and researching plant materials for supervisor and manager as requested. Implement special projects as required by the supervisor and delegate such projects if needed. Oversee all Horticultural work. The purpose of this position is to work with the Grounds departmental teams to provide technical horticultural support to the university. Duties include but are not limited to: working with the integrated pest management (IPM) program; conducting tree, plant and irrigation inventories, plans reviews and reports, construction project inspections and reports, tree inspections and survey.
Perform technical responsibilities that may involve environmental planning for the development, conservation, preservation, and enhancement of campus lands, land-based resources, and facilities. Project assignments at this level focus on problem definition, data gathering, concept development, reporting, and graphic presentation.
Perform assigned planning tasks, such as preparation of schematics, drawings, and specifications, using hand drawing, photography, computer graphics, and computer aided drafting and modeling resources.
Collect, catalog, and map data and materials for planning and design projects and tasks, including analyses, guidelines development, illustrative plans, and university standards such as development and production of graphics and technical reports, landscape plans site details; collection, entry, and retrieval of current and historical planning data; and physical data collection from existing university conditions (site visits, photographs, and statistical data).
Perform environmental reviews and prepare reports.
Assist with environmental and land use permitting activities (e.g., agency coordination, permit applications, etc.).
Support planners with site analysis and recommendations on proposed building and construction sites.
* - Other duties may also be assigned
Internal Number: 295831
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