Hilton Landscape Supply

Career Opportunities

April 1, 2019

This is a great opportunity to become part of an AWESOME TEAM, as we’re adding some more ‘Rock Stars’ to our team. 4 great opportunities and careers await the right people. Freight Brooker: http://bit.ly/2UpDgxE Diesel Mechanic: http://bit.ly/2UvRGfX Loader/Fork Lift Operator: http://bit.ly/2Ur4Bzv Local Truck Driver: http://bit.ly/2UvRMUR For more information and job description just click the link next to the job… Read More

Job Title: Loader-Forklift Operator

April 1, 2019

Job Description: Well established company looking for a loader-forklift operator. Duties include, but are not limited to: Loading, unloading, stacking and transport of materials to and from designated areas  Maintaining equipment Loading and unloading trucks Inventory management Job Requirements: Experience operating equipment Ability to take direction Knowledge of aggregate and soil a plus Compensation: Hilton… Read More

Job Title: Freight Broker / Account Specialist

April 1, 2019

Job Description: Seeking experienced freight broker/account specialist to join our team at Hilton Logistics! Job Requirements: Logistics Experience Book of business Strong outbound phone salesmanship with proficiency in written and verbal communication Must be self-motivated with a good work ethic Capable of managing individual accounts while being a dependable member of the team Demonstrate excellent… Read More

Job Title: Skilled Diesel Mechanic

April 1, 2019

Job Description: Well established company looking for a skilled diesel mechanic to work nights and weekends. The ideal candidate will be well versed in mechanical experience, self-motivated to learn about our company and equipment, take ownership in their position and think outside the box. Compensation: Hilton Landscape Supply offers competitive wages, health benefits, and a matching… Read More

Job Title: Local Truck Drivers

April 1, 2019

Job Description: Well established local company looking for motivated local truck drivers with a desire to drive a variety of trucks and equipment. Job Requirements: Class A or Class B Commercial Driver’s License Experience driving Transfers, Mega Dumps, and Bobtails or a desire to learn on all equipment Ability to pass DOT Drug Test Compensation:… Read More

Job Title: Store & Yard Supervisor

March 16, 2019

Job Description: Position oversees the staffing and scheduling of the retail store, yard hands, and loader operators this includes ensuring employees are taking breaks and lunch periods as mandated by state laws. The supervisor will be responsible for training new employees on the point of sale, normal daily procedures, loader and forklift safety training, and… Read More

Xeriscaping. The Hot New Trend in Landscaping

April 15, 2018

The landscaping technique of xeriscaping has become more and more popular as people grow more aware of the environment and seek ways to keep it healthy. This type of gardening uses very little water and utilizes plants that can thrive in drought conditions. What is Xeriscaping? The word comes from Greek word xeros, which means… Read More

Dirt vs Soil vs Topsoil: Is There A Difference?

March 28, 2018

If you are not a gardener or landscaper, then you might not know that there is a difference between topsoil, soil and dirt. The former two can support plant growth, but the latter cannot support plant growth. That’s quite useful for people who would like to make their own garden or are trying to landscape… Read More

It’s Bare Root Season. Simple Steps on Planting Bare Root Trees

March 15, 2018

Later winter and early spring are the ideal times for Oregonians to plant bare root trees. Planting them now gives them time to acclimate to your garden or lawn without the stress of very cold or very hot weather. March is a great time to plant bare root fruit trees, berries, and ornamental trees and… Read More

Using Compost as a Soil Additive to Improve Your Garden

February 28, 2018

Compost is an excellent and inexpensive source of nutrition for any garden. Some people think mulch and compost are interchangeable, but the latter is always organic material that breaks down through the action of aerobic and anaerobic bacteria. Mulch can be made of materials as varied as newspaper, fruits and vegetable peels, coffee and even… Read More