Together, for a beautiful future.

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Ever wonder who’s behind the stunning landscapes?

No one famous. Just a bunch of ordinary people combining their natural talents to make the lives of others extraordinary.

We work together. We learn together. We grow together. 

Together, we are Cedar Springs.

Working as a team has its advantages.

Working as a team has its advantages.
Grow your skills with defined career paths.
Get paid extra for overtime & winter shifts.
Participate in health & dental benefits programs.
Take advantage of matched RRSP contributions.
Earn more money with bonus incentives.
Access the latest gear & company vehicles.
Our Mission & Values

Together we can
build a beautiful future…

Our mission is simple: building a beautiful future for our clients, employees and the communities we serve. 

We do this as a team, by living our eight core values:

  • Honesty
  • Encouragement
  • Professionalism
  • Excellence
  • Humility
  • Passion
  • Accountability
  • Safety
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Career Paths

Together we grow.

At Cedar Springs, you can choose from many career paths and work alongside Ontario’s top talent to develop your skills. Our entire team is given loads of opportunities and resources to grow as people and professionals.

Awards

Together, we celebrate.

Humility is one of our values, but that hasn’t prevented us from winning awards. No one person is responsible for these — our whole team is.

  • Great Place to Work Certified
  • Best of Houzz
  • Landscape Ontario Award
  • CNLA Award

Together,
we make every day awesome.

  • I joined Cedar Springs as a labourer on a landscape crew and over a few years, I was trained to lead an entire job site. The culture at Cedar Springs is one that heavily values customer care and relationships, personal character and discipline, and striving for excellence in all areas of our work. It's a positive, pro-active work environment, filled with great employees who share the same passion for excellence. — MYLES GARDNER, Landscape Foreman
  • I joined Cedar Springs as a part-time gardener, and over five years developed my abilities to a full-time foreman position. After several seasons, I forged my career path into managing and leading other foreman and company leaders! I love problem solving, and helping others be successful. Being a part of this team is fantastic! Everyone is friendly, supportive and willing to share their knowledge. As a result, I feel like there are always opportunities to learn new skills and continue to grow. — MEGAN WILLIAMS, Supervisor
  • As a landscape designer, I get to work on projects that bring two of my passions together: design and nature. What I love about it the most is that every day I am blessed with the opportunity to grow alongside some of the most renowned industry veterans at a company that genuinely cares for their employees. — ADRIAN HORDYK, Landscape Designer
How to Apply

Ready to join Cedar Springs?

To start your application, all you need to do is follow these three steps.

1
Choose your path.

Explore our many career paths and choose the one that’s right for your skills, experience and interests.

2
Apply online.

Fill out an application for any of the available opportunities. If you don't see one that's right for you, email your resume to [email protected]

3
Complete our interview process.

At Cedar Springs, we look beyond experience. We are in search of individuals who share our bold mission and values.

Don't see your position?

If you don’t see an opening for a job that fits your skills, send us an application anyway. We’re always looking for good people to make our team stronger. 

Start your application here.

Cedar Springs Landscape Group Inc. welcomes and encourages applications from people with disabilities. Accommodations are available on request for candidates taking part in all aspects of the selection process. Read more ›
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Landscape Construction Career Path

Team Member

Team Members play a key role in supporting our construction team. Tasks include preparing job sites, operating equipment, installing hardscaping, planting, laying sod and transporting materials on- and off-site. This position allows you to learn about the many aspects of landscape construction.

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Apprentice

Apprentices participate in all of the day-to-day tasks required to complete landscape projects — while getting an education at the same time. Approximately 80% of your training will happen on-the-job, with the other 20% completed in school over two 12-week winter semesters. You'll use the skills you learn directly on-site as well as to teach other team members.

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Landscape Lead Hand

As you mature and grow in your role, the next step up is the Lead Hand position. On top of installing landscapes, Lead Hands also oversee a group of workers assigned to them — making sure that their team carries out their work technically, ethically and in a timely manner.

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Junior Foreman

As the growing leader of the job site, you need extensive on-site experience to be a Junior Foreman. A large part of your role will be training and supervising team members, teaching them and ensuring their work is up to company standard — always striving to improve your team's efficiency. Tasks include coordinating work-flow on-site and communicating production goals with crew members, senior foremen and clients.

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Landscape Foreman

As a Landscape Foreman, you'll work closely with the Project Manager to make sure every project is delivered on-time and on-budget. You must have an eye for details in this critical role. Tasks include submitting timesheets, monitoring crew activities and keeping track of materials used.

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Project Supervisor

The project supervisor works alongside project managers to plan projects and outline needed resources. A person in this role assigns internal team members to projects, hires, and organizes subcontractors as per job requirements and runs the field side of projects. The project supervisor also evaluates performance of the team to maximize efficiency and ensures projects are completed on budget. They tend to supervise site crews who work on different components of a given project and organize the short term schedule about three weeks in advance.

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Project Manager

Project Managers oversee every landscape construction project from design to completion. In this role, you must understand what goes into every aspect of landscape construction — from hardscaping to softscaping and even specialized trades such as carpentry. Other key qualities include excelling at multi-tasking, having a high level of detail, executing tasks on-time — and being a great teacher to foremen, team members and other subcontractors involved in projects. Effective communication with designers, clients, sales consultants, suppliers, and co-workers is crucial.

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Stone Masonry Career Path

Team Member

Team Members play a key role in supporting our masonry crews. Tasks include mixing mortar, cutting brick & stone, supplying masons with products & materials and maintaining a clean and safe worksite. This is a great position for anyone who wants to learn the different aspects of masonry.

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Apprentice

Apprentices participate in all of the day-to-day tasks required to complete masonry projects — while getting an education at the same time. Approximately 80% of your training will happen on-the-job, with the other 20% completed in school over two 12-week winter semesters. You'll use the skills you learn directly on-site as well as to teach other team members.

Apply
Masonry Lead Hand

As you mature and grow in your role, the next step up is the Lead Hand position. On top of installing landscapes, Masonry Lead Hands also oversee a group of workers assigned to them — making sure that their team carries out their work technically, ethically and in a timely manner.

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Masonry Foreman

The Masonry Foreman works closely with the Project Manager to make sure every masonry project is delivered on-time and on-budget. You must have an eye for details in this critical role. Tasks include submitting timesheets, monitoring crew activities and keeping track of materials used.

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Project Supervisor

The project supervisor works alongside project managers to plan projects and outline needed resources. A person in this role assigns internal team members to projects, hires, and organizes subcontractors as per job requirements and runs the field side of projects. The project supervisor also evaluates performance of the team to maximize efficiency and ensures projects are completed on budget. They tend to supervise site crews who work on different components of a given project and organize the short term schedule about three weeks in advance.

Apply
Project Manager

Project Managers oversee every landscape construction project from design to completion. In this role, you must understand what goes into every aspect of landscape construction — from hardscaping to softscaping and even specialized trades such as carpentry. Other key qualities include excelling at multi-tasking, having a high level of detail, executing tasks on-time — and being a great teacher to foremen, team members and other subcontractors involved in projects. Effective communication with designers, clients, sales consultants, suppliers, and co-workers is crucial.

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Carpentry Career Path

Team Member

Team Members play a key role in supporting our carpentry crews. Tasks include cutting & measuring materials, using various power tools, framing, and finishing & installing wooden structures. This is a great position for anyone who wants to learn the different aspects of carpentry.

Apply
Apprentice

Apprentices participate in all of the day-to-day tasks required to complete carpentry projects — while getting an education at the same time. Approximately 80% of your training will happen on-the-job, with the other 20% completed in school over two 12-week winter semesters. You'll use the skills you learn directly on-site as well as to teach other team members.

Apply
Carpentry Lead Hand

As you mature and grow in your role, the next step up is the Lead Hand position. On top of carpentry, Lead Hands also oversee a group of workers assigned to them — making sure that their team carries out their work technically, ethically and in a timely manner.

Apply
Carpentry Foreman

Carpentry Foremen work closely with the Project Manager to make sure every carpentry project is delivered on-time and on-budget. You must have an eye for details in this critical role. Tasks include submitting timesheets, monitoring crew activities and keeping track of materials used.

Apply
Project Supervisor

The project supervisor works alongside project managers to plan projects and outline needed resources. A person in this role assigns internal team members to projects, hires, and organizes subcontractors as per job requirements and runs the field side of projects. The project supervisor also evaluates performance of the team to maximize efficiency and ensures projects are completed on budget. They tend to supervise site crews who work on different components of a given project and organize the short term schedule about three weeks in advance.

Apply
Project Manager

Project Managers oversee every landscape construction project from design to completion. In this role, you must understand what goes into every aspect of landscape construction — from hardscaping to softscaping and even specialized trades such as carpentry. Other key qualities include excelling at multi-tasking, having a high level of detail, executing tasks on-time — and being a great teacher to foremen, team members and other subcontractors involved in projects. Effective communication with designers, clients, sales consultants, suppliers, and co-workers is crucial.

Apply

Landscape Maintenance Career Path

Team Member

As a Maintenance Team Member, you must have a love for the outdoors. Each and every day, your senses will be heightened as you enter pleasant outdoor environments at our residential clients' homes — keeping them looking attractive, orderly and healthy. You will learn a lot about horticulture, maintenance efficiency and the plants & trees themselves! Typical tasks include grass cutting, leaf clean-ups, trimming, pruning and other tasks that a client may ask for.

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Apprentice

Apprentices participate in all of the day-to-day tasks required to complete landscape projects — while getting an education at the same time. Approximately 80% of your training will happen on-the-job, with the other 20% completed in school over two 12-week winter semesters. You'll use the skills you learn directly on-site as well as to teach other team members.

Apply
Crew Lead Hand

As you mature and grow in your role, the next step up is the Lead Hand position. On top of daily maintenance, Lead Hands also oversee a group of workers assigned to them — making sure that their team carries out their work technically, ethically and in a timely manner.

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Crew Foreman

Crew Foremen work closely with the Operations Manager to make sure every maintenance job is delivered on-time and on-budget. You must have an eye for details in this critical role. Tasks include submitting timesheets, monitoring crew activities and keeping track of materials used.

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Operations Manager

Operation Managers oversee all maintenance crews and make sure every employee knows their duties, routes and safety protocols. You'll be responsible for all crews, solving problems as they arise and helping with the training of new employees. Extensive horticulture knowledge and an ability to train and delegate is crucial. Key skills include organization, attention to detail, scheduling and time management.

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Account Manager

Account Managers are the bridge between our crews and our maintenance clients, and are crucial to the growth and expansion of the maintenance side of Cedar Springs. Tasks include approving timesheets, finding opportunities for new contracts, scheduling new maintenance projects and creating documentation for smooth operations.

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Specialized Trades Career Path

Electrician

Electricians at Cedar Springs are responsible for the safe and proficient operation of any electrical systems installed with a landscape. Tasks include installing wiring, outlets, switches, light fixtures, fans, LED landscape lighting and security lighting.

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Landscape Lighting

As a Landscape Lighting Technician, you'll work with our team to install, service and repair lighting systems. Other tasks include the cross-selling of new products, add-ons and upgrades.

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Painting

Painters are responsible for carefully adding colour and tints to select elements of Cedar Springs' landscapes. Painters need to have patience and an incredible attention to detail.

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Trucking

Truckers are responsible for delivering materials and equipment to and from job sites. You'll drive and safely operate heavy trucks with air brakes and trailers. An AZ license is required.

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Fleet Mechanic

Working in tandem with our Operations team, the Fleet Mechanic performs scheduled preventative maintenance and necessary repairs to Cedar Springs’ fleet trucks (light and heavy), trailers, skid steers, loaders and excavators. You'll also facilitate getting equipment on the road safely and to appropriate MTO standards each day. Breakdowns of equipment may also require occasional mobile servicing.

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Small Engines Mechanic

Small Engines Mechanics are highly technical people. In this role, you'll repair vehicles and power equipment such as lawnmowers, weedeaters and edgers. You'll also perform routine maintenance such as cleaning, oiling of parts and ignition systems tuning. Other tasks include testing and inspecting engines, locating missing or broken parts, recording repairs made and reassembling engines.

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Snow & Ice Management Career Path

Handcrew Team Member

During the winter months, our hand crew snow operations team handles the important task of timely service as it relates to hand shovelling and clearing of client sidewalks, entrances, walkways, and common areas during winter snow events. Without committed help, our snow operations would not be able to deliver excellent service in this respect. Each team member must be understanding of our company’s goals and committed to the below expectations to be successful.

Goals: - Give Quality Service - Clear walkways to ensure completely free of snow and ice - Respectful of Client Property - Working in a considerate manner around vehicles, furniture, other articles near homes, buildings, landscape - Professionalism - Consistent and deliberate work ethic - Image and Actions reflect Cedar Springs’ brand

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Handcrew Leader

Crew Leaders are responsible to direct and manage a small team of staff (1-3 people) in the efficient clearing and de-icing of driveways, sidewalks, walkways, steps, etc. A route list is assigned to various sites in Cedar Springs service areas, for which you will remain responsible throughout the entire winter. You will also be responsible to perform support tasks such as basic troubleshooting and equipment maintenance, loading/unloading trucks and safely driving truck and trailer in wintery conditions. This position requires the crew leader to work on an on-call basis with irregular hours, often overnight, so an open schedule is a must. Successful crew leaders are available and committed to work on very short notice, at all times of the day and night, as dictated by the weather and operational response requirements.

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Hand Crew Supervisor

This leadership position during the winter season is a middle management role whereby this supervisor plans, oversees and supports a large staff who perform the timely and important service work of hand clearing/hand salting operations. This leader is a person who has earned respect and maintains excellent rapport with their peers. A leading supervisor during this season is accessible, organized, one who communicates well and has demonstrated the ability to maintain a calm disposition. During a storm event they are assisting crews and checking in with area crew leaders to ensure they don’t fall behind and are well supported. When crews must be shuffled or moved, the hand crew supervisor will work with the operations manager to make timely decisions and communicate that to the team.

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UTV/SSV/Sidewalk Tractor Operator

This position within our snow operations exists to take a lot of the heavy shovelling from our hand crews, who work through major snowstorms to clear every sidewalk, walkway, and door entrance for our clients. Investing in equipment such as a UTV or a sidewalk tractor gives us the opportunity to clear more surface area without exhausting our valuable hand crews. As an operator, we expect that this person will be detail-oriented, an excellent communicator with crews working around them, and with the plow operators in their area. Ensuring all walks are cleared and salted is a main priority for this operator to minimize slips & falls and maintain overall safety at each property.

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Salt Truck Operator/Monitor

Winter services rely on the steady, consistent, and detailed efforts of nighttime monitoring and salt truck operators. Outside of storm events, properties need to be attended to and cared for. Thorough detailed notes about weather conditions, property condition reports and how/when salting applications or services are provided, as data is upkept in terms of winter liability reporting. Mitigating ice buildup and potential slips on client properties is the key focus of this role to keep client properties safe. During snow/ice events, monitors/ salters are actively working through a route list in a time-sensitive window so properties are salted, and ice can be actively treated. They respond to service call urgency when prioritized by salting manager in priority sequence.

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Plow Truck/Machine Operator

Successful snow/ice operations rely on the steady, consistent, and detailed efforts of skilled operators who remove snow in skid steers, tractors or payloaders. Safely and effectively removing snow in a timely fashion is key to a successful clearing effort. Accessing tight spaces, piling snow, and facilitating material removals from sites are all key skills tenured staff conduct every snow shift. Working together with hand crews and other plow equipment, the large equipment operator makes clearing a lot easier with versatility and having an eye for how to assist getting the job of removing snow expediently.

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Area Supervisor

The role of an area supervisor is crucial to the snow operation at Cedar Springs Landscape Group. The people placed in this position are responsible for the timely snow removal and salting of the area assigned to them. With the help of the operations managers, they come up with a plan to execute for the upcoming event. The area supervisor makes sure operations managers are kept in the loop, are aware of any accidents/incidents that may have occurred and call for additional operators/hand crews when needed. People placed in this role are willing to learn, demonstrate initiative, and can make decisions based on sound judgement. The area supervisor will be able to safely operate a skid steer/plow truck, yet be available for any questions, vehicle defects, breakdowns, or questions that other crew members may have.

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Account Management

The Account Management plays a key role in the administrative tasks and behind the scenes work of making the snow operations run smoothly. This person is responsible for ensuring LMN is up to date for all our crews, analyzing historical data in depth to increase efficiency, and assisting in our snow operations with any and all administrative tasks that may arise.

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Snow Operations Manager

The Operations Manager is primarily responsible for the management and direction of associated departments with regards to all snow operations. Watching the weather evolve and change, updating employees through various WhatsApp groups on the snow plan for a potential storm, and planning start times/routes all falls under the responsibility of the Ops manager. Plow operators, hand crew leaders, and the hand crew supervisor report to the operations manager to ensure every property is serviced in a timely fashion. Operations manager also handles client relations with regards to requests, complaints, or any other matters that property managers and owners may inquire about. In addition, the operations manager is also aware of fleet available for snow operations and communicating with the team and mechanic to request, repair, reduce or increase fleet vehicles and equipment.

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