See Where You Fit

Ruppert Landscape is a private, family and employee owned commercial contractor, comprised of motivated, empowered professionals who are excited about our future. We offer a challenging, yet rewarding work environment and view our people as our greatest competitive advantage. Whether you are a college student looking for an internship or a seasoned landscape veteran seeking a career opportunity, we encourage you to contact us to see how you might fit into our successful, expanding organization.

Our history of, and 5-year plan for growth offers constant career opportunities, including internships in landscape installation, landscape management, and administrative support. If you do not see the type of position you are looking for in the list below, but would like to know more about Ruppert Landscape, feel free to contact us at

Administrative:  There are a wide variety of support positions in operations and corporate.  In our Landscape Management side of the business, this includes Regional Manager, Branch Manager, Branch Administrator, Business Developer, Area Manager and Designer.  In our Landscape Construction side of the business, this includes Branch Manager, Branch Administrator, Operations Manager, Production Manager, Purchaser, Contract Administrator, and Estimator.  In the Corporate part of our business this includes Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable, Human Resources, Fleet Management, and Public Relations.

Crewperson:  A key member of all our branch teams is the crewman.  They are responsible for production on Landscape Construction, Landscape Management and enhancement projects.

Driver:  A commercial driver is responsible for transporting materials to and from jobsite. Must have a class C Commercial Driver's License.

Field Manager:  Responsible for overseeing crewmen and subcontractors of an assigned project. The Field Manager position also requires significant customer contact and an excellent driving record.  Field Managers focus on either Landscape Construction, Landscape Management or enhancement projects.

Project Manager: The Project Manager is responsible for all aspects of the administration and installation of large or specialty landscape construction projects for a branch.

Shop Personnel: Mechanics and Shop Managers are responsible for maintaining the company's fleet vehicles and equipment.