Landscape Gardener CV

A Landscape Gardener or a Landscape Laborer plays a vital role in maintaining the aesthetic beauty of the outdoors whether it’s a house or a hotel or an organization.The major responsibility includes taking care of the functional values of a lawn, decks, gardens and other also. No higher or formal education is necessary for it but for being an efficient Landscape Gardener , excellence in operating motorized machines is necessary along with wonderful stamina and remarkable hand skills.

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James Richard

542 Coney Island Ave.
Brooklyn NY 11230

Phone number – 667 638 6565

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Professional Summary

Having over five years of experience in Landscape Gardening, I am an enthusiastic, hard-working and dedicated Landscape Gardener who loves his work and find new and innovative ideas to make a bright career in this field.

Career Objective

My aim is to join such a reputed and well known company where I can enhance my new and innovative ideas and play a vital role in the company while experiencing my skills to the fullest.

Skills & Strengths

  • Thorough knowledge of motorized machines and hand tools.
  • Disciplined and  Punctual and always work in a dedicated and hardworking manner
  • Works with great artistic, aesthetic innovative ideas.
  • Vigorously passionate about the job.
  • Having zeal to take on new challenges.
  • Can lead the team very well.

Work Experience

Landscape Gardener, 2007 – till date
Rogers & Rogers Farm – New York

At Rogers & Rogers Farm, my key role was to handle the projects my company has got from big renowned firms. I handled the terrace lawn layout of Royal York hotel with a team as a leader and my lawn design was selected by New York magazine in top ten landscape designs of the year. I also renovated the Brooklyn’s city garden with my co-workers and many residential gardens were designed by me and the operation of motorized machinery and tools was executed under my supervision.

Education Qualification

  •  Bachelors in Arts, New York University, 2007


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