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Become A Snow Removing Supervisor

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Working As A Snow Removing Supervisor

  • Handling and Moving Objects
  • Controlling Machines and Processes
  • Establishing and Maintaining Interpersonal Relationships
  • Performing General Physical Activities
  • Getting Information
  • Outdoors/walking/standing

  • Unpleasant/Hazardous Environment

  • $25,030

    Average Salary

What Does A Snow Removing Supervisor Do At Squaw Valley | Alpine Meadows

* Operate heavy equipment such as rotary plow, graders, front-end loaders and sand trucks in order to remove snow and keep parking lot and roads safe.
* Inspect vehicles for safe and dependable operation.
* Operate equipment in compliance with the Squaw Valley | Alpine Meadows safety policies and procedure to avoid unnecessary collisions or unsafe practices
* Connect hydraulic hoses, belts, mechanical linkage to machinery to raise, lower, tilt blades and scoops.
* Perform minor repairs on equipment when necessary to continue operations

What Does A Snow Removing Supervisor Do At Copper Mountain Resort

* Operate heavy equipment to remove snow in the Boreal and Soda Springs parking lots, as well as the Boreal Inn and Snow Park.
* Work effectively with other departments needs

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How To Become A Snow Removing Supervisor

Most grounds maintenance workers need no formal education and are trained on the job. Most states require licensing for workers who apply pesticides and fertilizers.

Education

Although most grounds maintenance jobs have no education requirements, some employers may require formal education or certification in areas such as landscape design, horticulture, or arboriculture.

Licenses, Certifications, and Registrations

Most states require workers who apply pesticides and fertilizers to be licensed. Obtaining a license usually involves passing a test on the proper use and disposal of insecticides, herbicides, and fungicides.

The National Association of Landscape Professionals offers seven certifications in landscaping and grounds maintenance for workers at various experience levels.

The Tree Care Industry Association offers certification for tree care safety professionals.

The International Society of Arboriculture offers six certifications for workers at various experience levels.

The Professional Grounds Management Society offers certification for workers at various experience levels.

Training

A short period of on-the-job training is usually enough to teach new hires the skills they need, which often include how to plant and maintain areas and how to use mowers, trimmers, leaf blowers, small tractors, and other equipment. Large institutional employers such as golf courses, university campuses, or municipalities may supplement on-the-job training with coursework in horticulture or small-engine repair.

Advancement

Grounds maintenance workers who have good communication skills may become crew leaders or advance into other supervisory positions. Becoming a manager or a landscape contractor may require some formal education and several years of related work experience. Some workers use their experience to start their own landscaping companies.

Important Qualities

Physical stamina. Grounds maintenance workers must be capable of doing physically strenuous labor for long hours, occasionally in extreme heat or cold.

Self-motivated. Because they often work with little supervision, grounds maintenance workers must be able to do their job independently.

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Snow Removing Supervisor Typical Career Paths

Snow Removing Supervisor Demographics

Gender

  • Male

    87.9%
  • Female

    11.0%
  • Unknown

    1.1%

Ethnicity

  • White

    81.2%
  • Hispanic or Latino

    11.0%
  • Asian

    6.2%
  • Unknown

    1.2%
  • Black or African American

    0.4%
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Languages Spoken

  • Spanish

    76.9%
  • Portuguese

    7.7%
  • Italian

    7.7%
  • Polish

    7.7%
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Real Snow Removing Supervisor Salaries

Job Title Company Location Start Date Salary
Snow Removal Laborer Handy Andy Snow Removal Gypsum, CO Nov 15, 2016 $33,475
Snow Removal Laborer Handy Andy Snow Removal Gypsum, CO Nov 15, 2015 $32,035
Snow Removal Laborer Handy Andy Snow Removal Gypsum, CO Jan 04, 2016 $32,035
Snow Removal Laborer Handy Andy Snow Removal Gypsum, CO Jan 27, 2016 $32,035
Snow Removal Laborer Handy Andy Snow Removal CO Nov 15, 2014 $32,035
Snow Removal Laborer Handy Andy Snow Removal CO Nov 26, 2013 $32,035
Landscaper, Ground Maintenance and Snow Removal Valdes Lawncare & Snow Removal, LLC Hastings, MN Dec 07, 2016 $31,931
Snow Removal Laborers Riverdale Nurseries Thornton, CO Nov 15, 2015 $31,305
Snow Removal Laborers Riverdale Nurseries Thornton, CO Jan 27, 2016 $31,305
Snow Removal Laborers Riverdale Nurseries CO Nov 15, 2014 $31,305
Landscaper, Ground Maintenance and Snow Removal Valdes Lawncare & Snow Removal LLC Hastings, MN Dec 15, 2015 $30,262
Landscaper, Ground Maintenance & Snow Removal Valdes Lawncare & Snow Removal LLC MN Dec 26, 2013 $29,615
Landscaper, Ground Maintenance & Snow Removal Valdes Lawncare & Snow Removal LLC MN Dec 01, 2014 $29,281
Snow Removal Laborer GL Inc. CO Dec 01, 2014 $28,821
Snow Removal Laborer GL, Inc. Aurora, CO Nov 30, 2015 $28,467
Snow Removal Laborer Riverdale Nurseries CO Dec 04, 2013 $27,861
Snow Removal Laborer Riverdale Nurseries CO Dec 26, 2013 $27,861

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Top Skills for A Snow Removing Supervisor

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Top Snow Removing Supervisor Skills

  1. Basic Snow Removal
  2. Plow Snow
  3. Plow Truck
You can check out examples of real life uses of top skills on resumes here:
  • Plow snow in a 2 ton dump truck and if necessary clear out turning lanes with a backhoe
  • Drive plow truck, snow box pusher, snow blower.
  • Understand and meet contract scheduled deadlines without sacrificing great customer service or excellent quality.
  • Operated machinery such as backhoes, bobcats, and other special equipment we needed for different job sites.
  • Remained on-call in case of bad weather Shoveled snow from residential areas using shovel, snow blower, plow

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