The Plant Healthcare Technician is an essential member of our tree care team. The position is full-time and requires a 3 month training process.

Position Responsibilities:

  • Monitor, evaluate, and document each job site’s tree health using company provided software
  • Wearing company provided Proper Protective Equipment (PPE) while applying applications
  • Attention to label requirements per EPA and OK Department of Food & Forestry (ODAFF)
  • Mixing ratios and application rates combined to maximize proper application and treatment

Position Tasks & Duties:

  • Visit 5-15 unique properties a day to implement regularly scheduled seasonal treatments on their trees. Technicians will be applying these seasonal applications along with other prescribed remedies that lead to beautiful, flourishing trees for life.
  • Look for natural causes of tree health issues, such as:
    • Soil health and watering regimens of our clients
    • Host resistance – right tree for the right area must be considered
    • Soil health and watering regimens of our clients Issues such as planting depth, root collar exposure, and proper mulching
    • String trimmer damage, along with girdling roots, cage twine and guide wires for staking left in place too long.
  • Provide proper diagnostics and recommendations for biotic (living) and abiotic (non-living) conditions affecting tree and shrub health.
  • Perform different company prescribed methods of fertilization of trees and shrubs using root feeding, spray, granular and trunk injection methods.
  • Use of an AirSpade for vertical mulching, root collar excavation, and aeration.
  • Compost Tea preparation, cleaning of equipment and application.

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Our Core Values



We will be prepared to educate with on-point clarity during client appointments. Our language with clients and coworkers will be respectful and encouraging.



Safety is a priority during every phase of our work. We ensure our equipment is well maintained and that our team has the resources they need to work safely.


We ensure that our team has a healthy work-life balance and that they are equipped to grow in their knowledge, skills, and career with us.


We believe that less is more, so we create systems that create clarity for each employee in his or her role.


We encourage the total participation of our team members rather than taking a top-down approach. When we set expectations for profitability, we’re able to provide rewards for all.

Our Company Vision

Our goal is to become the tree care company of choice for clients and employees in the greater OKC Metro. We provide a delightful client experience with polite, crystal-clear communication every time. We will improve our efficiencies & create a pleasant team interaction through an employee ownership mindset.

What We Expect From Our Team

  • The qualified candidate will have a desire for knowledge accumulation in the areas of horticulture, and arboriculture. Company training is geared towards becoming ISA Certified as an arborist. Certification comes with increased earning and job advancement opportunities.
  • Treat clients and coworkers with respect and kindness
  • Communicate openly about questions, ideas, or concerns
  • Uphold our core values

What Our Team Expects Of Us

  • Offer continual training and opportunities to grow
  • Provide plentiful safety measures
  • Treat the team with respect and appreciation
  • Provide very competitive compensation and benefits
  • Uphold our core values

Our Plant Healthcare Technician Training

The First 30 Days

We focus on creating competency as a PHC Technician with knowledge of the equipment and knowledge of how to apply pesticides correctly.

Daily activity will include visiting clients’ properties to perform seasonal applications, monitoring tree health at each residence, and studying daily to become a state certified technician.

By the end of the 30 day period you will show competency on how to apply pesticides correctly by being ODAFF certified. You will demonstrate your knowledge of how to use and properly maintain equipment by doing a trail visit where you handle all applications. You will demonstrate the learned skills by teaching the PHC Crew how to operate the spray truck at the trial visit: Starting procedures, how to use each tank, hose management, label reading, safety procedures, and how to properly use accessory tools.

Second 30 Days

We focus on gaining knowledge of tree biology, morphology, soil health.

To show competency in these areas you will need to be able to pass ISA Study guide quiz #1-3 and to give a well reasoned response to the challenge questions at the end of each section.

Daily activities during this time will also be to learn about common pests we face, treatments we provide, and product label knowledge.

To demonstrate product label knowledge Tech will need to be able to communicate in writing with clients via job forms for each visit.

Last 30 Days

You’ll learn about water regimens, tree nutrition and fertilization, and tree diagnosis.

To show competency in these areas you will need to be able to pass ISA Study guide quiz #4-5 & 10 and to give a written response to the challenge questions at the end of each section. By this stage, Tech needs to be issued by the company to operate spray truck, pass spray truck driving test, and be accomplished enough in all areas of training in order to operate independently on a route.

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