Groundsperson

An excellent opportunity has arisen for a Groundsperson / Gardener to join the beautiful grounds and gardens of a property located in Devon. The owners have plans to develop the existing landscape and it is their intention to eventually open the gardens to the public.

The mature grounds total seventy-acres with approximately five-acres of formal gardens which incorporate an abundance of fruit trees, mixed beds and borders, hedges and mature trees. The outstanding features of the grounds include a 0.5 acre terraced walled kitchen garden, a walled garden enclosing a swimming pool and a small lake. The Groundsperson / Gardener will work in conjunction with the owners and with the help of additional external contractors and experts to rejuvenate and maintain any existing features of the gardens. Approximately fifty acres are rented out to a local farmer and there is a part time gardener who would be working alongside the Groundsperson / Gardener.

Our client seeks a highly skilled Groundsperson / Gardener to help maintain the gardens on a year-round basis and engage in projects to rejuvenate and enhance any existing features. Applicants should ideally possess an academic horticultural qualification, such as an RHS level 2 or equivalent, combined with several years of previous experience working in a similar role. As such, excellent plant knowledge and technical skills are essential for this position. General maintenance duties will include but are not limited to preparing the beds for planting (including weeding fertilising and mulching), pruning of fruit trees, trees and shrubs, weeding, composting, mowing (both push and ride on mowers), training fruit trees, tying back plants, strimming and edging.  

Our client applies a strictly organic approach when it comes to be the grounds and gardens. As such, an in-depth knowledge of these practises is essential for this position, such as pest control using organic means. In addition, the successful candidate must have extensive knowledge of trees, hedges and shrubs in terms of their appropriate ongoing care and maintenance.   

As this is a physically demanding position, applicants should be confident working at height, physically fit and with a ‘can do’ attitude.  A full, clean UK driving license, previous experience in the use and maintenance of a wide range of gardening and grounds machinery, including chainsaw certification, are a requirement for this position.  

In addition to gardening responsibilities, the successful candidate will be expected to clean the swimming pool through chlorination and clearing of debris, feed and clean out for a small flock of hens and other property maintenance related tasks such as clearing of the gutters, painting of fences and gates and maintenance of the greenhouse. As such, this is a physically demanding position which requires a fit and strong individual who is also flexible in their work to provide assistance around the gardens and grounds when required.

The hours of work for this position are 9am-5pm, Monday-Friday and will require the supervision of any external contractors as well as working with a part time gardener. This position presents the opportunity to work alongside various experts and the owners as they progress in the development of both the gardens and grounds.  

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

SALARY:        Up to £35,000 depending on experience

LOCATION:  Near Torquay  

JOB No:          EC44614

If this Groundsperson 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 Groundsperson 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 Groundsperson vacancy will have been unsuccessful

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Landscape Team Leader

Landscape Team Leader required

Job Ref R905

Bespoke Design, Build and Consultancy Client based near Exeter are looking for a Landscape team leader to join their expanding team. Working on both Domestic and Commercial projects across Devon and the Southwest.

You will be in charge of a team delivering high quality projects to their clients and have the experience to deliver finished projects within time and budget.

Responsibilities

-Organise and motivate the team

-Team briefings, setting KPI’s

-Client daily meetings 

-Able to read and set out from plans and specifications 

-Groundworks 

-Demonstrate both Hard & Soft Landscaping skills to include but not limited to 

-Brick & block

-Stone & resin

-All aspects of paving 

-Timber work

-Water feature, both natural and contemporary 

-Decking, both composite and timber

-Soft Landscaping including turfing and planting

-Irrigation and lighting installation

-Follow H&S

Person Specification

-Horticultural/landscape Qualifications with 8 years + experience with last three in a supervisory role.

-You will need to able to demonstrate a high knowledge and experience of hard and soft landscapes across all landscape disciplines with managerial and organisational skills.

-Proficient in the use of Excel, Word and other computer apps

-Driver

-CSCS Card desirable but not essential 

-Self-motivated

Working hours: 8am start 5pm finish.

Landscape Assistant 21-23k DOE

Our client is also looking for a self-motivated person with landscape laboring experience and soft landscape knowledge to work in the Exeter area.

You will be capable of working on your own initiative and in collaboration with the foreperson and management to create top-end gardens

Responsibilities

-Assisting in setting out projects

-Mixing of concrete and mortars

-Material movement throughout the site

-Excavations 

-Site and equipment cleanliness

-Follow H&S

-Ad hoc duties as required

Person Specification

-Hort Qual desirable but not essential 

-CSCS desirable but not essential

-Driver

-Self-motivated

-Career progression

Working hours: 8am start 5pm finish.

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

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General Manager for Operations

General Manager required

Job Ref ADV359

Join YGS… create opportunities, build a greener future, make a difference.

Company: YGS Landscapes Limited

Job title: General Manager (Operations)

Reports to: Managing Director

Goals and Objectives:

The General Manager is responsible for managing and providing strategic guidance to company Heads of Departments, supervisors, and operative staff. This position is accountable for developing and adhering to the annual production budget, participating in new project development, and planning, attending and participating in various organisational meetings. The General Manager is also responsible for the supervision of all direct and indirect reports in a way that is beneficial to all stakeholders and helps to establish and maintain a positive relationship with them. The General Manager will maintain an understanding of all YGS procedures and systems and consistently work towards continual improvement whilst assisting the business to achieve maintain ISO 9001:2015 certification and other future goals and accreditations.

Responsibilities:

- To manage and act as a direct report line to the company Heads of Departments.

- Monitoring daily operation schedules for all departments for accuracy and ensuring daily operational goals are realised

- Track key performance indicators of operations including quality, service, safety and cost.

- Lead by example to develop a culture of continuous improvement

- Provide strategic operational guidance to the organisation through participation in meetings

- Ensure the HoDs communicate with supervisors, providing personal development and work-related performance feedback

- Improve the H&S standards in the workplace ensuring as a company we remain at the forefront of our industry

- Manage first aid provision requirements (including ensuring compliance with legislative requirements, organising training for staff, upkeep of AED etc)

- Complete monthly accident and health and safety report and analysis

- Collate poor practice data and complete annual report

- Review and update all risk assessments and H&S policies annually

- Produce RAMS and attend handovers for new projects

- Complete Site Audit Reports and provide feedback to Senior Management

- Ensure staffing and stock levels meet requirements for all project

- Manage YGS yard/ depot – oversee watering and plant care, waste management, site safety

- Manage fleet, machinery and plant maintenance schedules to optimise efficiency

- Point of contact for larger sites

- Support on-site teams during busy periods

- Support the Managing Director to develop operations budget by analysing spending and allocation of resources

- Provide budget updates and adjustments as requested by Managing Director

- All duties and responsibilities should be carried out in accordance with the agreed YGS Landscapes Policy and Procedures

- Any other duties the Company may reasonably require. Having at all times full regard for the company’s competitiveness, efficiency and general viability

Candidate requirements:

- Industry and Horticultural qualifications and experience

- Excellent communication and coaching skills

- Detail orientated and organised

- Ability to receive performance feedback and react positively

- Excellent industry knowledge of equipment, products and processes

- Self-motivated, results orientated and excellent personal skills

- Must have a hands-on work ethic and be able to lead by example

- Experience in managing and leading a team

- Experience in client-focused service delivery

- Proven experience in the management and delivery of projects

- IT skills, including Microsoft Word, Excel & Outlook (essential), Xero experience (desirable)

- Full, clean driving licence

Personal Qualities:

- Enthusiastic, energetic and ambitious

- Adaptable and able to work under pressure

- Excellent communication across multiple departments

- Able to work alone and as part of a team

- Able to use initiative

- Proven Commercial awareness

- Results-focused with finishing attitude

- Willing to learn and continuously improve

- Customer focus

- Excellent organisational skills with attention to all detail

- Passionate about ‘making a difference

- Passionate about the environment and community

 Benefits:

- Company phone and laptop

- Company vehicle

- Bonus scheme after 12 months served

- Proven career progression opportunities within the group

This role is offering a salary of £38,000 - £45,000, depending on experience.

Benefits: Company vehicle, laptop, 20 days holiday (+BHs), cycle to work scheme, pension, annual bonus*, Mon-Friday FT permanent contract.

For your next career move, join an established, ambitious landscaping company based in Devon. With promotional opportunities throughout the group of companies, the ideal candidate will have excellent administrative, organisational and management skills. You will have landscaping or built environment experience and enjoy a challenging workload. YGS Landscapes is an expanding company that would welcome a candidate who strives to contribute towards and indeed surpass our growth plans.

For over 30 years, YGS Landscapes Ltd have carried out all aspects of landscaping, fencing, decking, grounds maintenance and tree care throughout Devon and Cornwall.

If you have experience in people management, landscaping, general and operational management, we would love to hear from you.

To apply, or for an informal chat about the role, please send your CV and Cover Letter to: vacancy@ygslandscapes.co.uk with GENMAN in the subject line.


Senior/Experienced Estate Worker

Senior/Experienced Estate Worker required

We seek applications from suitable candidates for an interesting and varied role on a beautiful 43 acre estate situated in some of the most beautiful countryside in the Southwest of England. The main house is a former farmhouse which is surrounded by a small garden, pond, lawns and borders. The other areas of the estate consists of woodlands and pastures, flower meadow, paddock, farmland with barns, plus additional woodland with meadow and stream frontage.

Our client seeks someone who is experienced in a range of general gardening and estate work to take sole responsibility for the general upkeep of the garden and surrounding land. Duties will be varied but will include:

-Grass cutting and strimming.

-Hedge trimming.

-Keeping brambles in check.

-Creating and maintaining woodland paths.

-Care and maintenance of garden area.

-Keeping driveways clear.

-Repairs as necessary to perimeter fencing and gates etc.

-Other general odd jobs as required.

Applicants must have reasonable horticultural knowledge and gardening skills, combined with good practical skills within general estate maintenance tasks. You will be hard working, and highly self-motivated, able to plan and organise your own daily and seasonal workload making the most efficient use of your time. You must have a current driving licence and be familiar with the safe use and maintenance of typical garden machinery and tools.

SALARY:       Circa £30K Depending on experience  
LOCATION: Devon
JOB No:          EC29892

If this Senior/Experienced 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 Senior/Experienced 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 Senior/Experienced Estate Worker vacancy will have been unsuccessful.

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Plant Area Assistant

Plant Area Assistant required

Job Ref ADV310

We are a family run independent garden centre in the centre of Devon operating for 60+ years and we are seeking a Plant Area Assistant to join our team.

Tasks to include;

-Unloading, displaying and day to day maintenance of the plant stock

-Advising and assisting customers with their purchases

-Answering customer phone & email enquiries

-Booking customer deliveries

-The role includes some heavy lifting and working outside all year round

Skill required;

-Good knowledge of plants and ideally linked products(eg compost and chemical products) 

-Excellent customer service skills

-Basic IT Skills

-Ability to work both as a team and alone under their own initiative

Hours of work are 40 hours a week, including a weekend day (8:30am – 5pm)

www.bernaville.co.uk

 


Sole Gardener - EC4902 - This position has now been filled

Sole Gardener required

This is an exciting opportunity for a committed and imaginative person to take over management of a celebrated garden in Devon following the planned departure of the current postholder. Designed by the world renowned Arne Maynard, this private garden has featured in numerous national publications and remains a visitor highlight as part of the National Garden Scheme.   We are looking for someone keen to develop a long term career in horticulture by contributing to the further development of this unique and celebrated property. The ideal candidate for the post will be energetic and genuinely passionate about gardening in all its aspects, having good plant knowledge and horticultural skills but also with some management experience and excellent communication skills.  The successful applicant will have assistance provided on a part-time basis by a dedicated and knowledgeable local gardener, as well as specialist contractors where necessary, with the possibility of a full-time apprentice in the near future.

Now an established garden of approximately five acres set within a larger area of traditionally managed hay meadows, the garden demonstrates how contemporary design can be integrated into a traditional setting.  The ancient house already had the structure of a walled garden attached to the house prior to Arne Maynard’s renovation and re-design in 2008.  The expertise and knowledge of the lead gardener is relied upon to maintain the look and feel that has attracted so much deserving attention through the year. A heavy bespoke oak gate, inspired by wooden spindles from within the house, gives way to a walled garden where there are borders planted with fragrant lavender, violas, geraniums and mature yew topiaries.  Beyond this is a large kitchen garden of 22 raised beds, a knot garden, orchards, sunken greenhouse, cold frames and architectural oak fruit cages.  The kitchen garden is run organically with the no-dig method and produces vegetables for the house throughout the year, with the greenhouse being utilised for tender crops and propagation.  The kitchen garden also contains cut flowers, trained fruit trees, topiary and parterre beds. 

Annually in May, 5000 bulbs including 2500 tulips and hundreds of camassias create a spectacle in the flower meadow and contribute to continued public interest in the garden, year on year.  The formal gardens and main house are set within a further 10-acres of wildflower meadows and paddocks, the latter being grazed by sheep and managed by a local farmer and associated contractors. 

The successful applicant will have overall management responsibility of the garden in all its aspects and will also be expected to conduct up to 12 NGS group visits each year.  The successful applicant must be willing and able to look after various non-horticultural aspects of the estate including a small brood of chickens, basic garden DIY where necessary (repair of fruit cages, fences etc.) and management of the garden budget. Applicants for this position must possess academic training in horticulture, preferably at RHS Level 3 or above, and extensive knowledge of plants and hands-on garden management.  Plant propagation, glasshouse work, kitchen gardening and extensive ornamental plant management will all play a part in the post holder’s day-to-day working life.  Applicants must be physically fit, with the ability to operate and undertake basic maintenance of garden machinery, willingness and ability to provide direction to others, and have the flexibility in approach required to ensure the smooth running of the property. 

SALARY:       Circa £30,000 - £35,000 DOE
LOCATION:  East Devon
JOB No:         EC4902

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

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Gardening Team Leader - ADV273 - Please respond direct to the advertiser

Gardening Team Leader required

We are a long established professional company specialising in landscaping and garden maintenance who are looking for an enthusiastic, hard working, experienced, reliable, full time professional gardener to lead our team.

All applicants must have a good work ethic, be reliable and punctual and enjoy working outdoors  in all types of weather as this a physically demanding position. If you can work to a high standard and are passionate about horticulture with at least 5 years experience in gardening with a good knowledge of plants and horticultural practices, we can offer you excellent rates of pay, a company pension, 28 days holiday (includes bank holidays) together with excellent career progression opportunities. Candidates will also be expected to have some basic computer skills, be presentable and have good communication skills, particularly when dealing with clients.

Desired Qualifications

NVQ Level 1 and 2 in Horticulture Amenity, PA1 & PA6 Spraying, full clean UK driving licence with towing licence an advantage. Further training can be given where necessary.

 


Grower - Bedding Plants - P138

Our client is an established wholesale nursery specialising in bedding plants, patio plants, hanging baskets and hardy perennials.  For over 80 years they have been supplying the trade with a wide range of top quality plants.  They are currently seeking a Grower who will assist and report to the Director. 

Do you have good growing expertise in order to handle all day to day aspects of the nursery?

Can you identify and deal with all problems efficiently? 

Do you hold relevant spraying certificates?

Key points

  • Taking full responsibility for growing of all plant stock
  • Managing a team of 6-10 staff
  • Maintenance and care of plants
  • Pest and disease control
  • Where possible bringing fresh ideas to the business

Must haves

  • Relevant qualifications and spraying certificates
  • Good organisational skills with attention to detail in all tasks
  • Be happy to work hands on as part of a team
  • Dedication and enthusiasm to drive the business forward

If this position is of interest, please apply or contact Pauline Thomas on 01233 732767 or pauline@horticruitment.com

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Head Gardener - Live In/Out - EC4467

A very attractive opportunity has arisen for an experienced Head Gardener to become part of a long serving friendly team on a stunning private estate, close to Exeter in East Devon.  The role will suit a personable and presentable horticulturist with a flexible and positive attitude towards their work.  The position is offered with a modernised three-bedroom semi-detached cottage on site if required, with an associated reduction in the salary stated below.

The former Head Gardener on the estate is leaving amicably after 6 years in the position to train to become a lecturer in horticulture.  As a testament to the client, employees enjoy a flat management structure, with most having between 10-30 years’ service.

Set within 100 acres of farmland with lakes, a stream and wetland, the formal gardens cover approximately 8 acres in total.  The Georgian house itself is framed by manicured lawns with a walled kitchen garden and small orchard, mixed and herbaceous borders and numerous mature trees.  The garden area also contains a swimming pool, a grass and a hard tennis court, greenhouses and polytunnel which will require management to varying degrees.  Applicants should have demonstrable experience with the horticultural aspects of the above, though training may be provided in relation to the pool.  As one tennis court is a grass surface, some knowledge of turf management would be beneficial.

The new Head Gardener will be responsible for management and enhancement of the gardens in general as well as for one full time gardener, one part time gardener (3 days/week) and two estate maintenance workers who can provide assistance in the garden as necessary.  The surrounding farmland is managed by a Farm Manager, who reports to the Head Gardener in relation to the development of an overall management plan.  Applicants must have good plant knowledge, experience with plant propagation, kitchen gardening, garden staff management, and be competent in the operation and basic maintenance of garden machinery.  The Head Gardener is responsible for formulating and administering the health and safety policy on the estate for the benefit of all outdoor staff (in relation to which, training will be arranged as appropriate).

This is an excellent opportunity for an experienced Head Gardener to join a beautiful private estate in East Devon.  The successful applicant will enjoy working for a respectful and generous employer who is committed to ensuring a friendly atmosphere on the estate. 

SALARY:  Circa £35,000

LOCATION:  Nr. Exeter, East Devon

JOB No:  EC 4467

If this position is of interest please apply or contact Mark Read on 01233 733510 or mark.read@englishcountrygardeners.co.uk

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Head Gardener (Live in/out) - EC4369

A very rare opportunity has arisen for a particular type of Head Gardener/Horticulturist to play a key role in the development of an organic private permaculture project on the edge of Dartmoor, West Devon.  This vacancy would suit an experienced plants person with a genuine passion for the environment and enhancement of natural habitats and conservation and a flare for creating beautiful gardens.  The position is offered with accommodation on site, or on a live-out basis with associated salary compensation.

The 220 acre site comprises three adjoining farms and was recently purchased by a young couple with aspirations to ‘rewild’ much of the property into an organic haven for native flora and fauna.  The new owners’ entrepreneurial success in the creative arts and natural health has enabled them to launch their dream project in one of the most beautiful parts of the UK.  The project will be the materialisation of this visionary couples’ ideal natural environment, whilst providing a unique and beautiful place for other like minded folk to work and live, including overseas volunteers.

Encompassing marshes, open meadows, streams, woodland and soon to be ‘naturalised’ gardens, the aim is to create a model example of permaculture in a non-commercial setting.  The project area is made up of three properties; two with one acre gardens and one, the main house, with a four acre semi-formal garden.  The majority of the 220 acres comprises of open meadows, beautiful bluebell woodlands, streams, and paddocks containing rare breed cattle, sheep, goats and Dartmoor ponies.  Garden features are to include a rose garden, cut flower garden, vegetable garden, fruit cages, three orchards (two already planted), a large greenhouse (currently in planning), a polytunnel, new trees and ornamental planting throughout.  The gardens currently contain elements of the above; however the project is at a very early stage and so will require the professional input of the new Head Gardener on an ongoing basis.  It is important to note that the new Head Gardener will play a holistic role in the development and management of the project so must share the client’s vision and passion for the project, as well as for the enhancement of the natural environment in general.

The successful applicant will be responsible for the management of voluntary staff (up to 8 people on the WWOOF program in summer), contractors when on site, plant ordering, budgeting and hands-on gardening and project development.  The entire 220 acres will be managed organically with a focus on native habitat management and as such, applicants must have good theoretical and working knowledge of organic gardening and ideally, ecology, permaculture and conservation.

This is a rare opportunity for a passionate and talented plants person to play a key role in an important environmental project.  The property is situated in one of the most beautiful parts of the country, with accommodation provided for the successful candidate, if required.

SALARY:  £25,000 - £35,000 + Accommodation

LOCATION:  Sampford Spiney, West Devon

JOB No:  EC 4369

If this position is of interest please apply or contact Mark Read on 01233 733510 or info@englishcountrygardeners.co.uk

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