Assistant Branch Administrator - Landscape Maintenance

Job Locations US-VA-Richmond North
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Ruppert Landscape is a family and employee-owned commercial landscape construction and management company headquartered in Montgomery County, MD with operations in Pennsylvania, Maryland, Virginia, North Carolina, Georgia, Texas, Delaware and Tennessee. Our mission is to provide opportunity for our people, take excellent care of our customers, and be good stewards of the environment and our community.


The Assistant Branch Administrator is responsible for assisting the Branch Administrator for maintaining and organizing all communication in and out of the office, weekly payroll, accounts payable and receivable processing as well as other general office duties.

  • Maintain and organize all communication in and out of the office
  • Manage and run weekly payroll, accounts payable and receivable
  • Manage contract administration, invoicing, employee HR and onboarding process
  • Meet accounting deadlines
  • Coordinate and plan community service projects and employee relations events and other general office duties


  • Ideal candidates will be able to excel within a team building atmosphere and play a supportive role to co-workers and branch manager.
  • Demonstrate strong computer skills with an emphasis on Microsoft Office.
  • Candidates with prior JD Edward’s and ADP system experience are highly preferred.
  • Applicants must have prior office administration experience and strong organizational and communication skills
  • High School Diploma/GED


What we provide:


  • Competitive hourly wage
  • On the job and in classroom training
  • Affordable Health Benefits
  • Paid Time off
  • Flexible work/life balance
  • Family oriented company culture
  • Tuition Reimbursement
  • Continued Education 
  • Year-round opportunities for employment



Ruppert Landscape is an Equal Opportunity and E-verify Employer


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