Skilled Gardener

Skilled Gardener required

An excellent opportunity has arisen for an experienced gardener to join a close estate team on a beautiful private property in Central Dorset, on a full-time basis. Applicants will ideally hold horticultural qualifications, preferably at Level 2 or above, similarly at least 3 years of demonstrable experience of working in an estate environment.

The rural property is situated in a beautiful location, approximately 20-miles from the Dorset coast.  The historic main house is surrounded by formal gardens with parkland, mature trees and managed paddocks beyond.  Within the estate a small team of staff ensure the smooth running of the grounds, of which the successful applicant will play an integral part. The 100-acre estate houses a variety of formal gardens including ornamental bedding, borders and lawns, a glasshouse, walled vegetable garden, a swimming pool, 2 lake’s, an orchard and mature trees throughout.  This position will require applicants to have a good understanding of, and experience in kitchen gardening, as a wide variety of produce is grown for the house on an ongoing basis, along with a comprehensive plant knowledge and the maintenance of to provide the estate with fresh cut flowers.

The Skilled Gardener will play an important role in ensuring the formal gardens are maintained to high standards while working closely alongside the wider team, that include the Head Gardener, a full time Groundsman and a part time colleague. The owner of the property is passionate about the gardens and is very much involved in the overall direction of the gardens in relation to the changing requirements of the estate.

Suitable applicants for this role will have experience of working within a private estate environment from a hands-on perspective.  Applicants should have good plant identification skills, excellent attention to detail and a methodological approach to their work.  Demonstrable experience in kitchen gardening and plant propagation/glasshouse work is essential, as is competency in the operation and basic maintenance of garden machinery.  Spraying qualifications (PA1/PA6), an in-date First Aid certificate, and chainsaw certificate would be desirable, though training can be provided in the areas necessary for otherwise suitable candidates. Applicants must be tidy in their work, presentable, positive in attitude and possess a working understanding of the considerations required of gardeners on private estates.

SALARY:  £24,000-£26,000

LOCATION:  Central Dorset

JOB No:  EC52806

If this Skilled Gardener vacancy is of interest, please apply or contact Niall Anderson 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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Head Kitchen Gardener

Location: THE PIG on the beach, Studland, Dorset.

Salary: £26,000 PA, Plus Service Charge

Our Pay Promise – no one in our business will earn less than £10 Per Hour, plus service charge. In the busy months our garden team have earnt up to £300 in service charge per month, whilst service charge varies depending on bookings with the staycation concept thriving, you can do the maths.

Hours: Full Time, 40 Hours Per Week

Start Date: July 2022

We grow up to 20 different varieties of tomatoes at THE PIGs, from little cherries to big beefy ones!

At THE PIG it all starts in the Kitchen Garden – the team here are the original Home-Grown Heroes of everything we do. The aim is to grow as much produce on site as possible for use in the kitchens, the garden also acts as a show garden for our guests. We aim to use as many parts of the plants as possible and our Garden team ensure there is always plenty of variety for the chefs to use 365 days per year.

We have over 20 Gardeners across our group, looking after gardens the size of at least two rugby pitches if you put them together.

This is an exciting opportunity for you to join our unique and dynamic team in overseeing the growth and functionality of our Kitchen Garden. You will be responsible for all elements of our kitchen gardens, including the management of the garden team who ensure all tasks are carried out within a timely manner. Communication is key, as you will be working closely with our Head Chef with regards to our seasonal produce.

As our Kitchen Garden is open to all our guests, you must be confident to interact with them daily. We also are home to Pigs, Chickens and Quail so some animal husbandry will be required.

Experience of working in a productive Kitchen Garden growing seasonal produce is essential, as your knowledge will support the development of our team.

We are dedicated to making THE PIGs an inspiring, exciting, and fun place to work and in return for your hard work you can expect something a little different:

  • Numerous retail discounts via our Perkbox Scheme.
  • Discounted room rates and complimentary staff stays across our group.
  • Discounted food, beverage, and spa days across our group.
  • 28 days holiday rising by 1 day each year for the first 5 years.
  • We are committed to providing craft and accredited training to all staff.
  • Meals on duty.

To view our full range of perks, visit our ‘What we can do for you’ section on our career’s webpage: jobs.t hepighotel.com

We are proud to have grown our group throughout the recent difficulties faced within our industry. With new openings upon the horizon, it’s a wonderful time to join us for a sustainable future.

Robin Hutson: ‘As with all good hospitality, THE PIG is fundamentally about people; it’s the personalities, passion, knowledge, and skills of the people we work with that somehow converge to creating THE PIG experience’.


Garden Sundries Manager

Garden Sundries Manager required

Job Ref A888

Our client is a family-run business offering quality products and services and friendly, down to earth advice to ensure our customers leave feeling happy and part of the family, with the aim to help the community enjoy their garden, home, and workplace. Now, an exciting opportunity has arisen to join the Garden Sundries Department, working as a Garden Sundries Manager on a permanent basis, joining this very successful team

Job Brief

Our client is looking for an exceptional candidate with previous experience in a similar environment and role, who will work well with minimal supervision. The ideal candidate will be proactive, with a keen eye for detail in order to maintain stock and visual merchandising standards and ensure strong promotional plans for key seasonal events. You will have the ability to track all KPI’s and continually monitor and evaluate sales and profit figures on a weekly/monthly basis to ensure budgets are being met. As well as delivering excellent customer service to all customers, giving the best advice.

Key Responsibilities

-Working with the Centre Manager to ensure the smooth running of the department.

-Working proactively, enthusiastically and with drive to succeed.

-Key Holder – Covering for the Centre Manager on their weekday and alternate weekend off work and providing cover for the Centre Manager when on business days off site, days off or holiday/sickness.

-Working closely with the wider buying team, ordering sundries and core gardening stock.

-Checking and receiving deliveries of product following the required procedure.

-Pricing, displaying, and merchandising of product to the required standards.

-Develop, motivate, and lead your team of 3 and monitor their performance and ongoing training.

-Ensuring a high level of customer service is maintained.

Candidate Skills 

As the Garden Sundries Manager, you’ll need to have the following experience: A proven track record in garden centre retailing: you will know this working environment well in terms of the products, as well as:

-Several years’ experience working in a Garden Centre

-You have excellent communication skills, both verbal and written

-A meticulous eye for detail and brilliant written and verbal communication skills

-A strong work ethic, a humble attitude, and an entrepreneurial spirit

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

-Garden Centre Supervisor/Team Leader

-Garden Centre Assistant Manager

-Garden Sundries Supervisor/Manager

If this Garden Sundries 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 Sundries 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 Sundries Manager vacancy will have been unsuccessful.

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Senior Gardener

Applications are invited for the position of a Senior Gardener for the secluded grounds and gardens of an exclusive property, situated on a beautifully presented landscape in a unique location in Dorset.

The Estate is listed as a UNESCO world Heritage site and an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The gardens and grounds comprise of a small woodland, that have trees that are unique to the estate, there are a number of gardens development into the waterfall and cliffs gardens that have wildflower planting to support the butterflies. Creating areas of conservation, sustainability and biodiversity play an important part within the estate. There are formal lawns, together with both an Italian garden and kitchen garden that produces cut flowers and vegetables for the events that are held at the estate.

This Senior Gardener role offers a fantastic opportunity to be creative within the grounds and further developed the gardens such as the rooftop gardens which are newly planted requiring further development. 

We are looking for a Senior Gardener to manage the outside space ranging from high end planting through to simple grounds work. Applicants should be horticulturally qualified or have work several years’ experience in a similar role on a prestigious estate. The owners are constantly looking to make improvements to the gardens. The owners are committed to supporting industry training so that staff can gain qualifications that support the horticultural tasks required in the gardens. There is an existing team that is focussed on enjoying work and presenting spectacular gardens for those that visit. The candidate should be happy to work unsupervised and willing to be part of the gardening team. 

The successful candidate will need to be confident, presentable, and professional. They will be working whilst there are guests on the Estate who like to have a conversation about the beautiful gardens. The owners will consider candidates that require temporary ‘live in’ as an option until the candidate could find accommodation locally. 

SALARY:       up to £35,000 – Temporary accommodation available
LOCATION:  Dorset
JOB No:          EC35104

If this Senior Gardener 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 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 Senior Gardener vacancy will have been unsuccessful.

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Groundsperson

Our client is currently seeking a full time live-in groundsperson for a beautiful riverside home in North Dorset.

The gardens consist of around two acres of lawn and mature formal garden surrounded by a further six acres of woodland, orchard and meadow with a river running through the land. There are avenues of hornbeam hedges, walled gardens, and rills and a courtyard garden. The groundsperson will be working alongside a part time gardener, who is responsible for the roses and much of the plant care. 

The successful candidate will be responsible for the general maintenance of the garden including grass cutting, lawn maintenance, strimming and edging, pruning of trees and larger shrubs including willows, fruit trees and Portuguese laurels, Hedge Cutting - mainly hornbeam and laurel, Pollarding and planting of willows, poplars and other trees and keeping the garden generally tidy. The client has a range of garden machinery and the groundsperson will be responsible for the machinery maintenance; arranging servicing and repairs as well as hiring from external contractors some machinery, diggers, high hedge cutters as and when required. The groundsperson will maintain the courtyard and gravelled area, supervise the irrigation and management pumps to ponds and fountains, and maintain the river level and carry out river care. 

Other responsibilities include small restoration jobs inside the house, occasional exterior and interior Painting jobs, organisation of logs for house, organisation of rubbish for collection, booking of services for boiler and appliances, swimming pool maintenance and car cleaning. The groundsperson will have house security and keyholder duties. In case of very heavy rainfall, sluice gates will need to be opened on weekends/ at night. This has been made much easier by the existence of online weather forecasting and owner’s 22-year experience of the river.

Applicants must be able to use their initiative and work efficiently. The ideal candidate will have experience operating garden/grounds machinery (tractors, mowers, strimmers, hedge cutters, chainsaws). Knowledge of digger operation desirable but not essential. A full UK driving licence is essential and own vehicle.

Working hours will be: 8.30am - 5pm, Monday - Friday, some flexibility is expected. Some Saturday mornings may be required.The position requires being based on site therefore an attractive two bedroom converted barn is provided rent free with the role. The accommodation includes a large sitting room, two bedrooms, a bathroom, kitchen and good-sized garden with raised vegetable beds and greenhouses. Most bills are covered by the employer such as council tax, water, electricity and oil. Annual leave provided is 21 days holiday per year plus bank holidays.

SALARY:  £25,000
LOCATION:  North Dorset
JOB No:  EC33378

If this Groundsperson 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 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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Gardener / Groundsperson

Gardener / Groundsperson required

Our client is seeking a Gardener/Groundsman to manage the development of a large private woodland burial ground that is maintained in the manner of a country estate. There is a burial grounds and existing areas of woodland that require maintenance and some tree felling.

The estate has floral displays in the grounds, with seasonal displays of plants that include, a country style garden, ericaceous plants, fruit trees, fresh produce, and willow/bamboo coppice.

Applications are invited from suitable qualified and experienced candidates with a horticultural qualification who have good general knowledge of plants and local soil conditions as well as groundcare. Experience operating large garden/grounds machinery is essential as would PA1/PA6 and chainsaw certificates and a full clean driving licence. Ideally you are a hands-on Gardener or Groundsperson with experience of working independently and able to manage your workload with minimal supervision as well as within a team of between 6/7 staff.

Typical duties would primarily be seasonal pruning/hedgecutting and maintenance of the various shrubs and floral displays. Working hours will be 08:00- 16:30, 5 days a week, Saturdays are necessary on a rota. There are overtime options as well as potentially flexibility in working time.

Excellent communication skills are a must as you will be working alongside the visitors and therefore could be required to deal with any enquiries and questions. Wiliness to be adaptable and flexible in your daily duties is also essential due to the varied nature of the role.

SALARY: Circa £25,000

LOCATION: Poole. Dorset

JOB No: EC32759

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

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Thank you for the interest you have shown in this Gardener / 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 Gardener / Groundsperson vacancy will have been unsuccessful.

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Nursery Supervisor

Nursery Supervisor required

Job Ref U266

Our client is the South Coasts leading Wholesale Cash and Carry facility. Offering a wide range of; Trees, Palms, Bamboos, Hedging, Topiary, Shrubs, Perennials, Bedding Plants and Sundries. All at competitive trade prices along with a high level of friendly, experienced customer service. 

Our client supplies the landscape and amenity industries including landscape contractors, landscape architects, local authorities, garden designers, golf courses, hotels and head gardeners.

Job Purpose:

To co-ordinate, forecast and plan the workflow for the Nursery Staff. This will include overall management of the team as a whole to help ensure that the department runs smoothly and efficiently. Managing the cash and carry enterprise to provide maximum profit.

Principal Duties and Responsibilities:

-Lead, manage and motivate the nursery team.

-Set team and individual objectives.

-Merchandising stock to ensure maximum stock visibility to customers.

-Ensuring all stock in maintained to the highest level.

-Take enquires by phone, fax or email.

-Purchasing of stock, optimising price, quality, range and stock level.

-Organise and monitor workflow to keep all members of staff working at their optimum whilst providing excellent client service.

-Ensuring the data on the stock control system is accurately maintained.

-Keeping up to date with relevant business news.

-Acting in a professional manner, upholding the ethics of the firm.

-Building & developing client relationships.

-Working effectively in the team to ensure delivery of excellent client service.

-Motivate and encourage all members of staff to ensure they are reaching their potential.

-Lead by example in terms of showing commitment to the firm and the standards required.

-Ensuring deadlines are met even when extra hours are required.

-Improving the number of customer visits and average spend.

-Carrying out ad-hoc work as required by the managing director.

Key Tasks:

-Managing workflow.

-Maintain Cash and Carry; watering, weeding, pruning feeding and tidying.

-Provide advice for walk in trade where necessary to maximise sales.

-Taking Payments.

-Collate deliveries.

-Enter data on grow master and ensure accuracy of data.

-Print and label newly purchased stock.

-Carry out periodic stock checks.

-Update website with available stock every week.

-Create an ideal stock holding schedule and purchasing schedule to fulfil customer needs.

-Manage team including professional development.

-Managing orders and checking correct stock is being delivered.

-Ordering in to replenish stock.

-Monitor Irrigation System.

-Monitor working of Heaters and alarms.

-Potting on Individual shrubs.

-Monitor recoverability.

-Maintain standards of output.

-Oversee completion of assignments.

-Monitoring deadlines.

-Ensuring steady workflow.

-Writing and responding to emails from clients.

-Getting back to clients with quotes within 24hours email or by phone.

-Taking and making phone calls with clients.

-Keep Managing director informed of progress and escalate in a timely manner potential problem.

-Liaison with the managing director for weekly meetings.

-Be aware of the scope of the work allocated and highlight any areas outside of the normal scope.

-Any other ad hoc duties.

-Willingness to work extra hours at times to complete orders on time.

Essential:

-Clear commercial understanding of the need for efficiencies.

-Good Computer skills i.e email and able to pick up stock system grow master.

-Excellent communication skills.

-Excellent written skills.

-Desire to achieve results.

-Passionate about providing excellent client service.

-Team orientated.

-Clean driving license.

This job description is a guide to the minimum requirements of the job. It is not intended to restrict activities which will contribute to the growth and profitability of the Company. If a need for action or an opportunity is identified, this must be brought to the attention of the Directors.

If this Nursery Supervisor vacancy is of interest, please apply or contact Sara Yassin on 01233 732767 or saa@horticruitment.com

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Thank you for the interest you have shown in this Nursery Supervisor 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 Nursery Supervisor will have been unsuccessful.

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Part-time Kitchen Gardener

A unique opportunity has arisen for a dynamic and driven part-time kitchen gardener to join a friendly team for two days a week on a private family estate, located near Shaftsbury, Dorset.

The garden area consists of formal and amenity lawns, box hedging and topiary, herbaceous borders, large kitchen garden, glasshouse and other garden compartments requiring a high standard of maintenance.

The one acre walled garden contains a wide variety of staple fruit and vegetables to supply the house. The kitchen gardener will report into the Head Gardener and will be responsible for the kitchen garden, orchard, two greenhouses and a large polytunnel. He / She will be required to carry out sowing and communicate with the house on the fruit and vegetable required throughout various times of year. The orchard contains apple trees, quinces, pears, amongst others.

The ideal candidate should be passionate about food in relation to fruit and vegetable growing and know how they can be prepared.  He / She will ideally hold a level 2 horticultural qualification at least, with considerable experience and a confident approach to growing produce.  You will also need to be an organised and proactive person with good record keeping abilities.

This is an exciting opportunity for a kitchen gardener with a real passion and drive for growing to work within a close-knit team on this prestigious and historic estate.

SALARY:  £18 – 25 per hour dependent on experience  (2 days / week)
LOCATION:  Near Shaftsbury, Dorset
JOB No:  EC27942

If this Part-time Kitchen 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 Part-time Kitchen 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 Part-time Kitchen Gardener vacancy will have been unsuccessful.

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Junior Gardener

Junior Gardener required

An exciting vacancy has arisen for a driven and dynamic junior gardener keen to learn and develop their gardening skills with a team of gardeners managing a beautiful, modern country estate near Shaftsbury, Dorset. The large garden area consists of formal and amenity lawns, box hedging and topiary, herbaceous borders, large kitchen garden, glasshouse and other garden compartments requiring a high standard of maintenance.

Applicants for this role will ideally be in the early stages of their career and either have experience working in a private estate garden or hold a horticultural qualification.  In addition, the junior gardener will have good practical skills, be hands on, backed up with reasonable plant knowledge.

The owners are keen to promote a friendly and rewarding working environment, so it is important that you have a positive attitude, with good communication skills and are able to get on well with all other staff members. The junior gardener will be joining a team of 8 other gardeners and will report into the Head Gardener.

Accommodation is available as a 1-bedroom flat rent free that is ideal for a single person or couple without children. Pets are welcome. Council tax and utility bills e.g. water and electricity are paid by the employer.

Working hours are anticipated to be Monday to Fridays 8am -5pm with some variation depending upon the season. Being in a rural location, applicants will need to have a full driving licence and own transport.

SALARY: Circa £22,000
LOCATION: Shaftsbury, Dorset
JOB No: EC27759

If this Junior 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 Junior 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 Junior Gardener vacancy will have been unsuccessful.

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Plantarea Manager

Plantarea Manager required

Job Ref: T094

For our client, plants matter more than anything! They strive to be the best plant retailers ever, offering great quality in a really friendly environment.

An excellent opportunity has arisen for a Plantarea Manager to join the Outdoor Plants team on a full-time basis, working closely with the Buyer/Manager in the running of the outdoor plants department.

Horticultural knowledge is important and experience in a retail environment on a supervisory / management level is essential. Candidates will have a hands-on approach, but the role will also include the need for computer knowledge due to internal systems used for orders and stock. Good communication and team working skills are required as is the desire to deliver a high level of customer service. Please note that some heavy lifting will be involved as this is a physically demanding environment. A forklift licence is ideal but not essential.

The position involves working an average of 39 hours per week - Mondays to Fridays and alternate weekends (non-negotiable) with a fixed day off during the week. 9:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. weekdays and Saturdays and 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. on Sundays. It will also include working late nights on Thursdays until 8:00 p.m. on a rota basis (once the garden centre is back open on Thursday evenings) and assisting at company events as and when required.

In return a competitive salary is offered, uniform, free parking, contribution pension scheme, generous staff discount scheme after probationary period and a pleasant working environment.

If this Plantarea Manager 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 Plantarea 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 Plantarea Manager vacancy will have been unsuccessful.

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