Sole Gardener

An established and passionate Sole Gardener is sought on a full-time, permanent basis to maintain and continue to enhance a beautiful private estate in Buckinghamshire.

The traditional English estate comprises of 5-acres of formal gardens which are made up of multiple areas with mixed beds and borders, extensive formal lawns encompassed by tropical plants, an orchard featuring fruit trees, a kitchen garden, mature and young trees and formal hedges. The garden is part of a 50-acre estate which surrounds the 19th century, grade Ⅱ listed property and is conveniently located within walking distance of the local train station to provide travel to London within the hour.

Within the grounds are numerous moats and a lake, where the occasional clearing of debris will be required. The client currently uses a local farmer for any sizeable works such as large trees and extensive mowing of lawns however, the successful candidate will need to be comfortable with working at heights and in the management of any external contractors.  

Applicants must be experienced and knowledgeable gardeners, ideally with a recognised horticultural qualification and previous experience working in a similar role as Sole / Experienced Gardener on a private estate. A good knowledge of plants and a broad range of technical skills will be required as well as a desire and ability to work to a high standard. Flexibility is important as driving duties will be required and as such, a full UK driving license is essential with a trailer license being desirable.

It is important that applicants are enthusiastic and self-motivated and able to work on their own initiative. Applicants should have a range of practical skills and have the ability to use and maintain a range of garden machinery. Spraying certification and chainsaw licenses are essential for this position, with any additional tickets for larger machinery, such as tractors, being advantageous.

If required, accommodation may be available for the successful applicant as part of a package. It is a one-bedroom flat that would ideally suit someone single or a couple with the rent and rates to be discussed with the client as part of the overall salary package.

For this position, the successful candidate will be required to sign a non-disclosure agreement at the client’s request.  

SALARY:        £28,000
LOCATION: Buckinghamshire
JOB No:          EC44342

If this Sole Gardener vacancy is of interest, please apply or contact Bevan Andrews on 01233 733510 or info@englishcountrygardeners.co.uk.

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Thank you for the interest you have shown in this Sole Gardener vacancy.  Unfortunately, due to the high volume of applications that we receive, it is not possible to respond to every one.  Therefore, unless you hear from us within the next 14 days, your application for this Sole Gardener vacancy will have been unsuccessful.

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Gardener

Gardener required

Job Ref ADV402

A unique opportunity has arisen for a skilled and enthusiastic gardener/horticulturalist to join a small team in an established thriving company.  We have an excellent reputation with a prestigious portfolio of discerning clients, in the Chilterns and Oxfordshire.

We are seeking a passionate, knowledgeable, self-motivated person with a good knowledge of garden and plant care.  They should have a minimum NVQ level 2 qualification in horticulture NVQ/RHS, a positive and willing attitude, with an eye for detail.

This new position will allow the successful candidate the opportunity to assist the company director in designing and creating planting schemes and managing projects along with all aspects of domestic garden maintenance.  They should also be able to work independently, manage their own clients’ gardens and mentor others in the team.

Experience in operating a wide range of garden machinery, such as mowers, hedge cutters & blowers is essential, as is a full UK driving licence.  Spray certificates PA1/6 are desirable.

Other qualities include basic machinery maintenance, knowledge of Health & Safety regulations, safe systems of work and record keeping.

A pension scheme, uniform, and work vehicle will be provided.  Salary negotiable depending on skill set.

www.sbhorticulture.co.uk

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Sole Gardener

A unique position has arisen on a beautiful private estate for a hands-on experienced Sole Gardener with a talent for creative plant use, to help establish, maintain, and develop the garden. Their current gardener has been with them for the past fifteen years, and their impending retirement has created an opportunity for an experienced Sole Gardener to take over and enjoy working in a stunning space.

The stunning Grade II property is located near Chesham, Buckinghamshire and is surrounded by 4 acres of gardens, 2 of which are formal gardens. There are many elements to the gardens including a maze, wild meadow areas, extensive hedges, a Japanese Garden, and a kitchen garden with greenhouse, growing a huge variety of produce for the household. Other aspects of the property include a sunken garden, tennis court, and swimming pool. The owner is extremely passionate about the gardens and are looking to recruit the suitable candidate to help keep them to the highest of standards. This is an excellent opportunity for an experienced Sole Gardener with good physical fitness and plant knowledge to play a leading role in enriching and maintaining the gardens. As Sole Gardener, this role overseas the garden of the property and to manage the whole seasonal calendar of planting, pruning, maintaining, and tendering with a great deal of love, care and attention in order to achieve a high standard of excellence. He / She will be highly self-motivated, able to plan and carryout your duties on your own with little supervision. The Sole gardener should have previous experience as a professional gardener with good practical gardening skills and be familiar with the safe use and general maintenance of garden machinery and tools. The position also involves additional duties on the property and would suit an all-rounded gardener with a practical mindset.

The ideal candidate will have a high attention to detail, be organised in their approach and have demonstrable gardening experience on private estates and/or horticulturally diverse gardens. Academic horticultural qualifications are desired but are not essential if considerable gardening experience can be demonstrated via previous work and references. Suitable candidates will hold demonstrable experience in a similar role as well as academic horticultural qualifications at level 2 or higher.  Spray and chainsaw certification would be an advantage but are not essential. The ability to operate and carry out basic maintenance of garden machinery is essential as all tools and machinery are kept in immaculate condition. Possession of a full UK driving licence is required. 

SALARY:       Up to £30,000 DOE

LOCATION:  Chesham, Buckinghamshire 

JOB No:          EC43262

If this Sole Gardener vacancy is of interest, please apply or contact Sophie Sharpe on 01233 733510 or info@englishcountrygardeners.co.uk.

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Horticultural Sales Advisor

Horticultural Sales Advisor required

Job ref ADV390

We are an established, family run, independent nursery, specialising in the growing, supplying and planting of trees, shrubs and instant hedging. We require a full or part time, experienced, sales person to join our busy on-site sales team.

The right candidate will have experience of working in plant sales at either a garden centre or plant nursery.  You will have a desire to gain knowledge and understanding of the horticultural industry.  You will have strong communication and customer service skills and be able to build strong customer relationships. You will be required to guide customers to solutions for their tree and hedge requirements.

Located just outside Aylesbury in Buckinghamshire, your own transport to the nursery will be essential. You will be required to work some Saturdays on a rota basis.

www.instanthedges.co.uk


Garden Project Manager

Garden Project Manager required

Job Ref ADV375

Greenfingers has ambitious plans to create more gardens for children in hospices, and their families, to enjoy. The Garden Projects Manager will plan, and project manage Greenfingers hospice gardens in accordance with a statement of works for each project. This post will be the central role between the hospice, designer, landscaper and the Greenfingers team. The post holder will need to work flexibly, in terms of time and be prepared to travel across the UK. A full clean UK Driving Licence is required.

Essential qualifications, skills and experience required:

-Qualification in Landscape Architecture or Landscape/Garden Design

-Experience in the technical delivery of landscape projects in a garden design or landscape architecture practice

-Excellent graphic, verbal and written communications skills to communicate ideas, issues and solutions. Client and supplier relationships are important to us, so you will need to be excellent in telephone, face to face and written communication.

-Experience of working with both masterplans and technical/construction drawings and specifications.

-Experience of site inspections and site supervision of independent contractors and specialists Experience of managing schedules and budgets to produce on-budget, on-time projects with researched and considered solutions to problems.

-Strong project management and co-ordination skills.

-Experience of working under pressure and completing work to the highest standard to agreed deadlines.

-Rigorous attention to detail 2.9 Ability to work effectively both individually and as part of a team.

Desirable skills and experience:

-Vectorworks 3D, Sketch-up

-Registered as a Landscape Architect with the Landscape Institute

-Horticultural and plant knowledge

Accountability:

Responsible on a day to day basis to the Director of Finance & Resources and working closely with the Director of Fundraising & Communications.

Responsibilities and Key tasks:

-To attend the initial visit to the hospice with the Director of Fundraising & Communications to assess the nature of the garden and what is required in terms of a designer and project budget.

-Obtain any further information from the hospice to assess the garden design and complete the hospice application criteria evaluation form and design brief.

-Research and source three competent designer(s) for the garden project in question. Brief the designers about the hospice garden in question and how Greenfingers Charity works.

-Attend a second meeting at the hospice with the Director of Fundraising & Communications, the appointed designer and hospice care team to complete the garden design brief.

-Review designers brief and proposal and recommend to Directors whether to proceed.

-Put in place a project management plan with the designer.

-Attend the consultation meeting with the hospice to progress initial design concept with designer and reach approval on final design with estimated costs ready for Board Approval.

-Ensure Designer obtains three build quotes for all garden projects regardless of size via the tender process. Review quotes for consistency of the specification.

-Recommend which Landscaper to use based on tender process criteria and notify Director of Finance & Resources who the chosen Landscaper is to enable the contract to be issued.

-Ensure all relevant documentation received from the Landscaper is received before the build starts, including a schedule of works and a timeline.

-Compile list of potential Gifts in Kind with designer.

-Monitor timeline and progress of project for payment purposes, which will involve visiting the site to check works are on target and for stage payment purposes.

-Ensure designer provides a maintenance plan for the hospice on completion of the garden project.

-Organise garden completion certificate and ensure all parties comply.

-Prepare garden report for the quarterly Board Meetings to be presented by the Directors.

-Six months after garden completion, attend and report on follow up visit to complete a garden evaluation report, source testimonials and images and review condition of the garden.

-Be responsible for the Garden Makeover program for older Greenfingers Charity gardens.

-Provide support and advice for the hospices regarding the maintenance of their Greenfingers Charity garden to ensure its longevity.

Key Relationships

-To maintain effective networks and foster good communications with landscapers, designers all principal supporters, stakeholders, and the hospices we work with.

-To work closely with Director of Fundraising & Communications, Garden Committee, and all other members of the Greenfingers Charity team, as well as other freelance contractors.

Key Terms and Benefits

-Hours of work: 9am-5pm with an unpaid hour for lunch-plus some overnight stays may be required where time off in lieu will be given.

-Holidays: 25 days per annum plus bank holidays for 5 days per week or pro-rata

-Pension: Greenfingers Charity operates an auto-enrolment pension scheme

-Salary £36k for 35 hours per week, dependent on experience and pro rata if less hours.

www.greenfingerscharity.org.uk


Garden Centre Manager

Our client has developed two highly successful Garden Centres and a Nursery run by second generation and are proud to be part of a local family business. Stocking much more than plants they have a wide variety of products to include pet care, clothing, aquatics, sheds, home and leisure, gifts, food hall and a restaurant with many concessions. At present, they are currently one of London’s biggest suppliers of garden furniture. They are now seeking a Garden Centre Manager to continue delivering excellent standards of Retailing. This Garden Centre focuses on selling and maintaining professional standards across all areas of the centre.

Job Description:

Duties and responsibilities would include the following:

-To manage motivate and support a large team of staff

-Ensure daily work schedules are created and actioned

-Efficient and effective communications within the business

-Achievement of sales and profit targets

-To create and achieve a sharp, neat, professional shop floor image of the highest standards

-Health & Safety management of the site

-Provide input into the overall buying strategy

-To keep abreast of the latest trends and styles in garden centre retail

-To provide input into Marketing strategies liaising with the media

To organise promotional activities and actively build contacts with key people

Key Skills:

As the Garden Centre Manager, you’ll need have the following experience.

-At least 3 years management experience within a garden centre or a fast-paced retail environment 

-Experience of reporting sales/budgets to the senior managers/owners

If you have experience in any of the following areas, we would like to hear from you.

-Garden Centre Manager

-Garden Centre Assistant/deputy Manager

If this Garden Centre Manager vacancy is of interest, please apply or contact Sophie Sharpe on 01233 732767 or sophie@horticruitment.com.

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Thank you for the interest you have shown in this Garden Centre Manager vacancy.  Unfortunately, due to the high volume of applications that we receive, it is not possible to respond to every one.  Therefore, unless you hear from us within the next 14 days, your application for this Garden Centre Manager vacancy will have been unsuccessful.

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Sales Advisor

Sales advisor required

Our client is celebrating 30+ years of excellence and is Britain’s leading horticultural resource centre. They offer more than 100 000 mature plants, specimen trees, shrubs and herbaceous perennials on a 17-acre site situated in Buckinghamshire. Our client also offers design and garden installation services to help you make the most of your outdoor space.

The team are looking to bring onboard two salespersons to work closely with the customers advising on products.

J191 - Planting Consultant                              £30,000 - £35,000 DOE

The planting consultant will ideally design trained either in garden design or landscape architecture. You will travel to appointments to offer an “at home planting and horticultural consultancy service” where you would meet with prospective clients, provide them with advice and planting recommendations for their requirements. This requires providing expert advice to customers on their site, followed up with a comprehensive professional report. It also includes managing planting contracts from enquiry stage through to completion; produce quotations, liaise with the clients, and the planting team and plant nursery.

Both the site consultations and planting contracts are generally domestic gardens, however, there are some commercial sites and there is much potential for growth. For this position, a car will be provided.

J192 – Sales Advisor                                       £28.000 plus commission OTE £34,000.00 plus

The Sales Advisor will be based at the nursery liaising with both trade and retail customers to sell stock and source plants for a wide range of customers. You will support ongoing sales efforts (including researching/prospecting, preparing client pitch materials and handling ongoing follow-up with prospects), manage/track client prospects and client outreach efforts as well as oversee and manage the trade client database and ensure regular contact is maintained at least once per quarter with each client. Network and add new potential clients on an ongoing basis. The business uses social media, and the sales advisor will be responsible for designing and uploading social media news stories, create and apply daily updates to all social media platforms (Facebook, Twitter and Instagram).  

For both positions; Excellent horticultural knowledge is essential, ideally in ornamental hardy nursery stock including evergreen trees and shrubs as well as a full driving licence. The sales team will maximize the opportunities presented for additional work from existing clients, passing on the information to the Project salesperson/designer and assisting in providing quotations and actively converting them into orders where possible. You will have the ability to research and understand company’s products and services in order to clearly communicate the benefits in promoting with relevant prospects and generate interest as well as follow up leads for commercial planting works through Architect, Landscape Architects, Property Developers and other specifiers and potential clients.

Desirable key Skills and competencies;

-Ability to work on own initiative

-Clear speaking voice and excellent listening skills

-Ability to work to tight deadlines.

-Clean driving licence

-Knowledge of plants and ability to identify many varieties of trees and shrubs.

-Landscape experience (soft and hard).

-Horticulture or garden design expertise

-Experience of horticultural Trade Industry

-Man-management Skills

-Time-management Skills

-Interest in social media with silks to utilise social media for research purposes

-Sales skills

Hours: Monday to Friday, 8:00 am to 5:00 pm

Important: You should be prepared and able to accommodate for the needs of the potential clients this will mean being available to meet them on Saturdays. Time of in lieu will apply where a Saturday has been worked.

If this Sales Advisor vacancy is of interest, please apply or contact Sara Yassin on 01233 732767 or sara@horticruitment.com.

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Thank you for the interest you have shown in this Sales Advisor vacancy.  Unfortunately, due to the high volume of applications that we receive, it is not possible to respond to every one.  Therefore, unless you hear from us within the next 14 days, your application for this Sales Advisor vacancy will have been unsuccessful.

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Skilled Gardener

A new vacancy has arisen on a spectacular private estate near High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire for a Skilled Gardener.  This role will suit an all-rounded horticulturist with drive to utilise their horticultural knowledge and experience on a full time and permanent basis.

The majestic eighteenth-century house is surrounded by 80 acres of land including parkland and paddocks. The main gardens consist of various terraces with different planting schemes, formal bedding, rose borders surrounding the house and a walled kitchen garden with raised beds to grow a variety of fruit and vegetables as well as provides shelter to an area that exemplifies ornamental gardening through each of the four seasons.  Great expanses of lawn, mature and young trees, lavender pathways, and ornamental planting all highlight the traditional English landscape. 

The skilled gardener will work alongside a groundsman to care for the garden with great attention to detail. Outside contractors assist with the parkland and paddocks. Suitable candidates for this role will ideally hold a horticultural qualification and / or practical experience in private estate gardens.  The focus of this role is fine horticulture, so excellent plant identification skills are essential in addition to a thorough understanding the seasons.

Applicants should be flexible, energetic and cooperative in nature with a positive and friendly outlook.  The owners try to be organic as possible in the garden, though chemicals are used in some areas and therefore some experience of chemical-free gardening methodologies would be helpful as well as spray certificates would be an advantage. Chainsaw certificates would be a plus or the willingness to acquire as the owners would be happy to support the training. Good physical fitness and an eye for detail are required, with an ability to work well within a team as well as alone where necessary. 

The role is offered with a competitive salary and a recently refurbished 2 bedroom / 2 bathroom cottage with council tax and utility bills covered by the employer.

This is a fabulous opportunity for a skilled horticulturist to join a stunning and historic estate, and to work for genuinely warm and welcoming employers. The role is also open to a couple where the other position would be either to assist on the garden or help with the animals on site. 

Thank you for the interest you have shown in this vacancy.  Unfortunately, due to the high volume of applications that we receive, it is not possible to respond to everyone.  Therefore, unless you hear from us within the next 14 days, your application will have been unsuccessful.

 SALARY:        £25,000 – 30,000 DOE
LOCATION: Near High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire
JOB No:          EC35203

If this Skilled Gardener vacancy is of interest, please apply or contact Sara Yassin on 01233 733510 or info@englishcountrygardeners.co.uk.

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Thank you for the interest you have shown in this Skilled Gardener vacancy.  Unfortunately, due to the high volume of applications that we receive, it is not possible to respond to every one.  Therefore, unless you hear from us within the next 14 days, your application for this Skilled Gardener vacancy will have been unsuccessful.

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Estate Worker

A new opportunity has arisen for a skilled Estate Worker to join an historic estate on a full-time permanent basis.  This position would suit applicants from a agricultural/estate maintenance and/or handyman background with a general understanding of the outdoors aspect of private estates and associated duties.

Comprising 5,000 acres of rural North Buckinghamshire countryside, this historic family-run private estate provides a wide range of service offerings to the public and businesses.  This new vacancy involves general landscape maintenance. A basic understanding of, general estate work, fencing and a good practical understanding of property upkeep is required. To have the ability to drive a tractor, along with PA1 & PA6 certificates would be an advantage. To assist with lawn care, strimming, hedge cutting, and general gardening duties. Some horticultural experience would be an advantage but not essential as would the ability to use a chainsaw. Lastly there will be some weekend work during busy times.

The estate is a diverse operation where maintenance of the grounds and landscape is linked with the farming, let property, visitor attraction and events enterprises on the estate and as such, the successful applicant’s work will in part support the success of these departments as well as keeping the appearance of the estate to an acceptable standard.

We are seeking an enthusiastic and experienced person who enjoys working in a diverse range of disciplines and will enjoy the challenges that an estate like this has.

It is a Full-time, permanent position offered after an initial 3-month trial period.

SALARY:        Circa £25,000 (Live out) doe
LOCATION: Buckinghamshire
JOB No:          EC35628

If this Estate Worker vacancy is of interest, please apply or contact Ruth Bolam on 01233 733510 or info@englishcountrygardeners.co.uk.

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Thank you for the interest you have shown in this Estate Worker vacancy.  Unfortunately, due to the high volume of applications that we receive, it is not possible to respond to every one.  Therefore, unless you hear from us within the next 14 days, your application for this Estate Worker vacancy will have been unsuccessful.

www.englishcountrygardeners.co.uk


Garden Sundries Manager

Garden Sundries Manager required

Job Ref ADV361

Haddenham Garden Centre is an independent family owned business that has been established for over 40 years. We are proud members of the Garden Centre Association and pride ourselves on our high standards, excellent customer service levels and the quality of our products. In recent years, we have undergone a sizeable development that has seen both our retail space and our restaurant and farm shop significantly extended.

We are currently looking to recruit a Garden Sundries Manager to join our team. The role forms an integral part of the store’s management team and will involve the effective day to day management and development of the sundries department in order to deliver upon annual sales and profit targets. The successful candidate will be a hands-on leader who has a positive leadership style and a passion for delivering excellent customer service levels.

The position is full time and will include working alternate weekends with a set day off each week.

Key Responsibilities:

-Responsible for the day to day management of the sundries team, to include planning and organising day to day work according to annual and seasonal goals.

-Responsible for the effective performance management of the sundries team to include regular 1-2-1’s, team meetings and completion of annual appraisals. Supporting the team to perform at their best through coaching, training and development and through sharing product knowledge.

-Responsible for stock management in the sundries department to include product ordering and replenishment in line with the departmental budget and identifying and taking action to address slow moving lines.

-Monitor pricing and profit margins to ensure that pre-defined profit margins are met

-Track the departments financial contribution and make appropriate operational adjustments to maximise the department’s financial contribution and achieve departmental targets

-Understand customer needs and requirements and introduce products that meet these needs.

-Possess excellent product knowledge to effectively and confidently advise customers

-Be an excellent role model for the sundries team, delivering excellent customer service and demonstrating an enthusiastic, positive and committed attitude.

-Merchandise stock, ensuring displays are eye catching, practical and maintained and that these are refreshed on a regular basis and are seasonally relevant

-Ensure the highest standards of housekeeping, cleanliness and health and safety are upheld everyday

-Work with Marketing to promote product areas to increase sales performance

-To communicate with the Garden Centre Manager on all areas ensuring that the focus is on developing our offer and improving the customer experience

-To form part of the store senior management team in terms of duty management, leadership and communication

-Work to all HR, HSE, Environmental and Fire guidelines in line with company policy and current legislation

Requirements:

-Proven experience as a Retail Sales Manager/Team Leader in a retail environment

-In-depth knowledge of standard retail processes such as stock ordering, stock turn and product merchandising

-Proven ability to set standards and engage the enthusiasm of team members and inspire them to perform at their best

-Excellent communication and customer service skills with the ability to quickly build a good rapport with customers, colleagues and suppliers

-Financial awareness with a proven ability to manage, maintain and work within defined budgets

-Self-motivated individual who can work on own initiative and manage own time effectively

-Good working knowledge of Microsoft Office applications e.g. Outlook, Word, Excel

-Must be fit and capable of manual work as the role will involve bending, lifting and carrying

-Willingness to contribute fully as part of the overall store management team

Benefits:

-Competitive Salary

-Opportunity to earn a performance related bonus after qualifying period

-Contributory pension scheme

-28 days holiday per year inclusive of public/ bank holidays

-Staff discount after successful completion of probationary period

-Uniform provided

-Staff training and development

-Free Car Parking

If you feel that you are the right candidate for the role, we would love to hear from you. Here at Haddenham Garden Centre, as well as providing a friendly working environment, we ensure that all our employees are given the training and support they need to excel in their roles.

www.haddenhamgardencentre.co.uk