Job Detail


Location: Waukesha, WI
Salary: $50,743 - $59,622

This is a skilled position that performs a variety of forestry duties on all trees located on city properties including boulevards, parkways and parks.

Schedule: 7:00am - 3:30pm, occasional nights and weekends required
Starting hourly rate: $24.3956 ($50,743)
Initial interviews: TBD
Start date: TBD
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Essential Job Functions The job functions listed herein are neither exclusive nor exhaustive, but are intended to be illustrative of the types of tasks the employee will most likely be expected to perform on a regular basis. The employee may be asked to perform different or additional tasks than the ones listed here, as the needs of the employer and/or the requirements of the position change.

  • Performs all aspects of tree maintenance, including planting, pruning, inspecting, treating, fertilizing, caring for and removal as necessary.
  • Diagnoses tree issues (disease, infestation, environmental) and assists in identifying trees in need of treatment, removal and/or replacement.
  • Assists in the selection of trees for planting and the lay-out of new tree plantings.
  • Communicates with vendors in ordering products related to forestry.
  • Communicates with citizens about tree-related issues.
  • Expected to be available some nights and/or weekends for emergency tree response, which may include coordinating and participating in cleanup and hazard removal.
  • Expected to be available some nights and/or weekends for snow events; assists with snow and ice removal.
  • Trains new full-time and seasonal employees in tree-related procedures and use of equipment.
  • Completes tree surveys, inventories and tree conditions assessments as directed.
  • Performs routine maintenance and repairs on tools, equipment and machinery.
  • Assists with special events set up and clean up.

Employer Info

1900 Aviation Dr.
Waukesha, Wisconsin 53188


  • Municipal

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