Join the GreenHow Team!
Come join us! We are always looking for great people.
As a company we value:
All GreenHow team members will have the highest levels of training and certification available.
In our team members we look for:
If that sounds like you, click here to look at our positions and apply now!
Essential Needs: Positive attitude, clean driving record, ability to pass criminal background check and drug screening. To make sure you will pass the state exam, we require a pre-hire assessment. You will be asked to take this assessment when you apply online.
Our Industry Overview
Smart people who don’t like being in an office all day, want variety in what they do and enjoy the satisfaction of helping people, do very well in our industry. The pest control side of the business is much more interactive, seeing and communicating with customers. For those who prefer less contact with people, lawn and plant health care will have less verbal communication, but a larger emphasis on written communication with customers.
We provide training and support, both initially and ongoing. We want to recruit people from outside the industry and train them, get them licensed and give them the opportunity to have an interesting and rewarding career. If you need it to do your job, we want to make sure you have it.
We have great customers. Ask anyone who works here.
You have freedom in the field to make decisions.
Protecting people’s property and making their lawns and ornamentals look great. This is what we do. It feels good to leave someone’s property after you solved an issue for them.
We are in a great industry if you like challenges, working at a variety of locations and environments and don’t want to be in an office. The industry is recession proof and offers growth for people who have the motivation to work hard. If our company isn’t for you, we encourage you to look at other companies in the industry.
A combination of routine and challenges, route work is the routine, but every season and time to a customer site is different dealing with the issues that the site, customer or property faces at the time you are there.
Working outside, this is a positive and a negative. In New England, weather can be challenging sometimes, but those that hate being trapped in an office appreciate the good weather days and make the best of the bad weather days.
Every job has drawbacks and challenges, we want to make sure you know what we know about them here.