Careers

At Christy Webber & Company, we know that our people are an integral part of our success. That’s why we have built our company with people of diverse backgrounds and abilities. We take a proactive approach to increasing and promoting diversity through our recruitment strategy.

Thanks to our people, we foster a work environment that stimulates innovation, team spirit, commitment, and excellent customer service. We are committed to the ongoing training and development of our employees; their performance is measured fairly using professional, objective criteria that demonstrate performance, productivity, and the accomplishment of goals.

If you’re interested in joining our team, please reach out to us at jobs@christywebber.com or fill out the form below. You may also download and complete the attached job application and send it to jobs@christywebber.com with your resume.

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Employment Opportunities: Christy Webber Landscapes

To apply for any of the positions below, please send your resume to jobs@christywebber.com.

Crew Member Maintenance
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Crew Leader
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Carpentry Operations Manager/Estimator
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Christy Webber Farm & Garden Positions (Seasonal 2018)
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Shoveler
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Snow Foreman
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Snow Operator
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“I had been pursuing an academic teaching career for almost a decade when I applied to work at Christy Webber Landscapes. I applied for a Project Manager position that was advertised on the website. When I interviewed, given my lack of landscape experience, construction laborer was the only position available. I took it. I considered it to be a short term placeholder job – just something to help pay the rent while I figured out what I really wanted to do. After a season in the field, working on a crew, I was given an opportunity to move into the office. I jumped at the chance. As I moved through the company, I worked as a snow removal manager, a maintenance account manager, a safety and training manager, an HR manager, a risk manager, and a fleet manager. I went wherever I was needed and threw myself into the job, learning as I went. Now, eight years later, I’m the Vice President of Assets & Risk. I’m beyond grateful for the professional growth opportunities I’ve been given at this company.”

– Jason Sloat, Vice President of Assets & Risk 

Weather Alert

Winter is here, Chicago, and it's time to make sure your landscapes are ready for the cold season ahead. A few tips from our experts: be sure to wrap your arborvitaes to protect them from the wind and snow; make sure your leaves are picked up to avoid potential icy hazards; shut down and put away fountains and/or fountain pumps and clean out and prepare your bird feeders for winter visitors.