Head Gardener

An exciting opportunity has arisen for an experienced and knowledgeable Head Gardener to develop the gardens and implement the design of six-time Chelsea Flower Show Gold Medallist, Cleve West over the next few years. The position is based near Stow-on-the-Wold and is a full time and a permanent role.

The stunning property is a Grade-I listed medieval manor house which the owners bought 11 years ago. The remnants of the garden are still visible, with a series of pools surrounded by 'Himalayan' plantings - rhododendrons, conifers and bamboos. A gully rock garden, with a spring-fed stream runs downhill from near the house. Surrounding the house is a 5-acre garden which along with the moat and drawbridge is being renovated in starting in 2022. The owners are considering opening the garden through the NGS scheme once per year once the gardens are up to a high standard.

The Head Gardener will be responsible for the management and care of the gardens, and landscapes at the main estate and occasionally assist on the owner’s other estate nearby. With overall direction of the Employer, effectively manage, plan and prioritise your own work. They will be proactive in identifying areas where gardens/grounds can be improved or where current maintenance/working practices can be improved. In addition to the developments, areas of the garden are to be maintained such as the extensive lawns, riverbeds, borders, wildflower meadows and areas on the wider estate. The Head Gardener will lead the gardening team of two part time gardeners and a temporary gardener, effectively managing, planning and prioritising their work and ensure that all work carried out by the gardener’s team is carried out safely and complies with H&S legislation. The successful candidate will lead the programme & plan the gardens/landscape improvements in conjunction with Cleve West and the owners of the property, to include designs and plant/material requirements.

This new opportunity will suit an experienced and qualified horticulturist with excellent attention to detail, with garden planning and staff supervision experience.  Applicants should be equally passionate, energetic and experienced hands-on professionals with an ability to lead a small team of gardeners.

Suitable applicants will ideally possess academic horticultural qualifications and experience in horticulturally diverse gardens, good physical fitness, and excellent plant identification and management skills. Practical experience with a wide range of garden machinery is desired, including chemical spray certificates, chainsaw operation. The owners are interested in introducing beekeeping, therefore previous experience or an interest in beekeeping would be an advantage.

LOCATION:  Near Stow-on-the-Wold
SALARY:  £40,000 – 45,000 DOE
JOB No:  EC45855

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

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Horticulture Manager

Horticulture Manager required

Job Ref ADV393 

New exciting opportunity at Dobbies Garden Centres Tewkesbury. Join us.

Vacancy summary

An exciting opportunity is taking place here at Dobbies, and we want you to be a part of it. We are opening a brand new store in Tewkesbury this autumn, which will be located in Cotswolds Designer Outlet – a new premium shopping destination in the heart of England. We are not your average garden centre, we are much more than that, our brand is recognised throughout the UK. Our store will be one of our biggest ones yet, set up to the highest of standards, and standing as a beacon of quality and design among all our stores across the UK.

We're recruiting for a Horticultural Manager to help lead this store from the very beginning. If you have a passion for helping bring projects to life, and like the thrill and fun of setting up a new store from scratch, then don’t hesitate to apply. You'll bring expert knowledge of horticulture with retail management expertise. Working closely with your General Manager in setting the standard for our flagship department, you’ll be an inspirational leader, customer champion and commercial innovator making your Horticulture Department the place to be for customers and colleagues alike.

About the role 

-Overseeing the horticulture department operation, maximising profitable sales and growth while creating a unique customer focussed environment. 

-Providing expert advice and guidance in relation to plant care and maintenance, core gardening products & equipment. 

-Taking the lead in creating a great place to work for everyone on a day to day basis whilst thinking ahead to ensure your team have a development journey with Dobbies. 

-Sparking your team’s passion for delivering the best customer experience possible by creating a brilliant customer journey. 

-Working closely with our central support teams, maintaining top notch communication, stock supply and response. 

-Ensuring department compliance and health and safety regulations are carried out, whilst caring for employee and customers welfare at all times 

 About You 

-You’ll bring horticulture expertise with proven experience of retail management. 

-Commercial awareness and understanding of budgets, profitability from driving retail sales and improved ways of working. 

-Ability to identify training needs. You'll be effectively coaching and training all levels ensuring our teams are delivering a first-class customer experience. 

-You'll act quickly and enthusiastically to changing priorities, workload and concepts. 

-Positivity managing change, you'll lead the team through each season with care and motivation to deliver the best. 

Our offering 

-Generous annual leave entitlement 

-Fantastic team member discount to be enjoyed in the store, restaurant and foodhall 

-Thriving culture; the Dobbies team are passionate, diverse and committed to our customer 

-Stakeholder pension with shared employee and employer contribution

-Access to our confidential Wellbeing provider, including unlimited access to our retail discounts platform 

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Head Gardener

An opportunity of a Gardener’s lifetime has arisen in Gloucestershire for an ambitious and creative client, on a project that will allow the successful candidate to create their legacy.  This is a long-term collaborative venture between the owner, Chelsea Gold Medallist designer, and the new Head Gardener and Senior Gardener.  There are two potential opportunities on a full-time and permanent basis. One is for a Head Gardener or a deputy Head Gardener with the drive and hunger to become the Head Gardener and the other is for a Senior Gardener to join the team to be a key part of an exciting and extensive garden project development.

With the aim of being ‘the jewel in the Cotswolds crown,’ this garden development project is being spearheaded by a respected garden designer and now needs talented and knowledgeable gardeners. 

The 75-acre parkland estate is of a Capability Brown style in a varied landscape with woodland, a lake, paddocks, and undulating topography throughout.  The main house is undergoing refurbishment and improvement, such that the new owner expects to move into the building in 2023.  The garden/grounds design is complete, with implementation to commence by late summer, preferably with the new Head Gardener in position and ready to play a leading role. 

The Head Gardener’s role will initially involve horticultural input and project management, including that of contractors, whilst liaising with the garden designer and the owner.  Initial work for both the Head Gardener and Senior Gardener will involve some ground-based tree work such as clearing, thinning and planting, restoration of existing hedges and improvement of the formal garden area.  Following implementation of the design, the role will involve management and maintenance of the gardens to include an orchard, numerous trees (including extensive new planting), a rose garden, a 2-acre formal garden, 5-acre wildflower area with bulbs, a 3-acre lake with island planting to commence following dredging and shaping.  The owner has an interest in rewilding, thereby providing an opportunity for implementing sustainable management methodologies on the estate.

Applicants for this role must be physically fit, hands-on Gardeners at a high level. The Head Gardener will have project management/development experience both Head and Senior Gardeners will have experience in a similar setting, i.e., on large country estates with a high diversity of horticulture and landscape features. The management of health and safety considerations in relation to large landscape/garden development projects and associated staff is a requirement.  Strong ornamental plant knowledge is essential, as is an ability to carry out species-specific pruning, soil treatment/management, pest and disease control and the safe operation and basic maintenance of a wide range of garden machinery.  An academic horticultural qualification at RHS level 3 or equivalent/above is desired, as is the ability to operate a chainsaw safely, though the latter will not discount otherwise suitable applicants as training can be provided. 

This is a rare and exciting opportunity for a talented and highly experienced Head and / or Senior Gardener to make their mark on a project designed to impress.  The resulting estate will be a legacy for the owner, designer and the new Head Gardener.

SALARY:        Head Gardener £45,000 – 50,000
                        Senior Gardener £35,000 – 40,000
LOCATION:  Gloucestershire
JOB No:          EC37587

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

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Sole Gardener

A fine private house near Cheltenham, Gloucestershire with gardens and grounds of approximately 4 acres, is seeking a sole gardener to take ownership and manage the gardens. Applicants for this role should have hands-on experience of working in large private gardens and are knowledgeable and passionate all rounded gardeners. The position is open to candidates looking for full time or part time employment.

The formal garden contains mixed beds and borders, extensive lawn with mature and young trees throughout the grounds, a naturalistic lake, raised beds for a vegetable garden and orchard. The owners reside in London but visit their home in Gloucestershire often. The garden is an important part of the estate and is where they hold family gatherings so are looking for an experienced gardener to work with them to continue to drive their garden forward and maintain it to a high horticultural standard.   The opportunity exists to play a role in the occasional re-development of garden areas, so applicants with a keen eye for plant use and development are encouraged to apply.

Applicants will have a good understanding of the seasons, excellent horticultural knowledge, and must be willing and able to carry out all aspects of estate gardening including pruning (some from ladders), plant propagation, planting, weeding as well as the lawncare, leaf collection and occasional other basic estate handyman duties as they arise. The suitable applicant will ideally possess spray certificates (PA1/PA6), a full UK driving licence, be fit and healthy, and be self-motivated. A chainsaw certificate would be an advantage or the willingness to acquire the necessary ticket as the client would be happy to support the training.

This is an exciting opportunity for a gardener with excellent practical skills in all aspects of craft gardening and is able to maintain the garden and grounds to a high standard. A gardener who is able to use their initiative and has the skills, knowledge and enthusiasm to work closely with the owners in helping to develop certain aspects of the garden.

SALARY:  £30,000 - £35,000 DOE
LOCATION:  Near Cheltenham, Gloucestershire
JOB No:  EC35798

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

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Gardener

Gardener required

Job Ref ADV349

We are looking for an experienced gardener to join a small team, at an outstanding private garden near Cirencester, for five days a week. The garden consists of formal lawns, herbaceous and shrub borders, a walled garden with a greenhouse, a wild flower meadow, informal mowed park with specimen trees and mixed woodland. You will work with the small estate team, to ensure that the gardens are maintained to a very high standard. This is a wonderful opportunity for the right candidate.

Responsibilities

You will be helping to maintain and improve the gardens and grounds, performing a variety of tasks, including but not limited to planting, propagating, weeding, pruning, deadheading, mowing, hedge cutting, mulching, scarifying, spraying, and strimming.

The successful candidate will be able to demonstrate the following:

-Enthusiasm and passion for gardening, with a good work ethic and a keen eye for detail.

-Strong plant and species knowledge.

-Formal horticultural training would be advantageous.

-Proven practical gardening/horticultural experience.

-Excellent organisation and communication skills.

-Operate well as part of a team and equally be sufficiently self-motivated to work alone.

-A flexible and positive approach to challenges.

-A good knowledge and application of Health and Safety compliance.

-Competence with machinery/equipment use.

-Willingness to carry out any other reasonable work, as directed by the Head Gardener.

-Full and clean driving licence.

 

 


Plantarea Manager

Plantarea Manager required

Job Ref A886

An excellent opportunity for an experienced Plantarea Manager has arisen with an independent family garden centre business in Gloucestershire.  The company have three sites in total and offer exceptional indoor and outdoor horticulture departments, a range of quality gifts, homeware, furniture and clothing and a high-quality restaurant offering freshly prepared, seasonally changing menus.

The company have gained national recognition for winning several competitions focused on employee wellbeing. The team is dedicated and customer focused, with specialists who are passionate about their chosen fields.

A Plantarea Manager is now required to join the team, reporting directly to the Garden Centre Manager, and taking responsibility for running and continuously improving the Plantarea Department.

This is a varied and challenging role with duties to include, but not limited to the following:

-have a passion for horticulture with relevant garden centre experience.

-have high quality standards and an eye for detail.

-be a role model for excellent customer service.

-be willing to work in a hands-on capacity whilst leading the plants team.

-be credible and confident in their plant knowledge (ideally supported by a relevant qualification such as RHS 2/3 or equivalent. A formal qualification can be funded by the company.

-be an experienced people manager who can engage and develop a team using our Career Pathways programme and recognition/reward schemes.

-have experience (or the ability to learn) buying from a range selected by the group Plant buyer.

-be IT literate with good organisational skills.

-be happy to sit as part of the garden centre management team with some lock up and Duty Manager duties expected as part of the role.

If this Plantarea Manager vacancy is of interest, please apply or contact Ruth Bolam on 01233 732767 or ruth@horticruitment.com.

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Sole Gardener

A Sole Gardener is sought for 4/5 days per week on a permanent basis for a lovely private garden within the grounds of a Grade II listed property, situated near Berkeley GL13. The house is a 25-minute drive West from Stroud and/or north of Bristol.

The grounds extend to 11-acres and include a paddock (managed by a local farmer), 4 lawns, one beautiful, curved bed with mixed and herbaceous planting as well as a number of low maintenance flower beds surrounding the main house. There is also a Greenhouse, plus five raised vegetable beds, and a soft fruit area consisting of raspberry and blueberry plants. The grounds also include a swimming pool and tennis court, plus a former walled garden which is currently laid to lawn. The garden is provided with a range of modern gardening equipment including a ride on mower.

The successful applicant will be responsible for the maintenance of the garden and lawns to a high horticultural standard as well as enhancing the garden over time in collaboration with the owner when required. 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 is open to candidates looking for 4 or 5 days and the salary will be reflected accordingly. The owners have and like dogs and are happy for the gardener to bring with them a well-behaved dog whilst they work onsite.

SALARY:        £26,000 to £29,000 (Depending on experience) 
LOCATION: Gloucestershire
JOB No:          EC29079

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

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Head Gardener

An opportunity of a Head Gardener’s lifetime has arisen in Gloucestershire for an ambitious and creative client, on a project that will allow the successful candidate to create their legacy.  This is a long-term collaborative venture between the owner, Chelsea Gold Medallist designer, and the new Head Gardener.  This is a full-time permanent role and will suit Head Gardeners or a deputy Head Gardener with the drive and hunger to be a key part of an exciting and extensive garden project development.

With the aim of being ‘the jewel in the Cotswolds crown,’ this garden development project is being spearheaded by a respected garden designer and now requires the input of a talented and knowledgeable Head Gardener.  The position is offered with a generous salary and on-site accommodation. 

The 75-acre parkland estate is of a Capability Brown style in a varied landscape with woodland, a lake, paddocks, and undulating topography throughout.  The main house is undergoing refurbishment and improvement, such that the new owner expects to move into the building in 2023.  The garden/grounds design is complete, with implementation to commence by late summer, preferably with the new Head Gardener in position and ready to play a leading role.  Accommodation will be provided from the outset but may be temporary to allow the on-site cottage to be refurbished, ready for the Head Gardener to move in. 

The Head Gardener’s role will initially involve horticultural input and project management, including that of contractors, whilst liaising with the garden designer and the owner.  Initial work will involve some ground-based tree work such as clearing, thinning and planting, restoration of existing hedges and improvement of the formal garden area.  Following implementation of the design, the role will involve management and maintenance of the gardens to include an orchard, numerous trees (including extensive new planting), a rose garden, a 2-acre formal garden, 5-acre wildflower area with bulbs, a 3-acre lake with island planting to commence following dredging and shaping.  The owner has an interest in rewilding, thereby providing an opportunity for a knowledgeable Head Gardener to implement sustainable management methodologies on the estate.

The Head Gardener will initially be the sole gardener on the estate; however, an assistant will be required in due course which will allow the Head Gardener responsibility for sourcing and hiring for this purpose.  Additional seasonal staff may also be required as the garden nears completion and as the maintenance requirements increase.

Applicants for this role must be physically fit, hands-on Head Gardeners at a high level with project management/development experience in a similar setting, i.e., on large country estates with a high diversity of horticulture and landscape features.  Garden staff and contractor management experience is desirable but not essential. The management of health and safety considerations in relation to large landscape/garden development projects and associated staff is a requirement.  Strong ornamental plant knowledge is essential, as is an ability to carry out species-specific pruning, soil treatment/management, pest and disease control and the safe operation and basic maintenance of a wide range of garden machinery.  An academic horticultural qualification at RHS level 3 or equivalent/above is desired, as is the ability to operate a chainsaw safely, though the latter will not discount otherwise suitable applicants as training can be provided.  Applicants with landscape management experience in addition to extensive horticultural knowledge are encouraged to apply.

This is a rare and exciting opportunity for a talented and highly experienced Head Gardener to make their mark on a project designed to impress.  The resulting estate will be a legacy for the owner, designer and the new Head Gardener.

SALARY:  Circa £40,000 + Accommodation
LOCATION:  Gloucestershire
JOB No:  EC26462

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

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Sole Gardener

An incredible opportunity has become available for a friendly and experienced sole gardener on a full time and permanent basis. The position is to maintain a stunning 8-acre private garden set within a 120-acre estate in Gloucestershire, not far from Stow on the Wold.

The house was built about 5 years ago, and the gardens have been developed during this time. Now the gardens are established, a sole gardener is sought after to maintain the garden and occasionally carry out minor development projects. The 8 acres formal gardens are made up of large herbaceous boarders, lawn, hedges, topiary, several ponds with fountains (no fish), a greenhouse for growing and propagating plants, raised vegetable beds, cut flower garden, orchard and tennis court.

Although the position is single handed and the gardener will be self-sufficient, there are other staff working on the stud farm and the wider estate. The team work well together and there is a positive atmosphere. The gardener will have good communication skills and enjoys working as part of a team, building relationships, and interacting with others. The previous gardener has been with the client for several years and the owners are looking for a reliable and hardworking horticulturalist with a good personality seeking their next long-term opportunity on a friendly estate.

The successful candidate will have good horticultural knowledge for all areas mentioned above, previous sole gardener experience working on an estate and ideally hold a horticultural qualification. A sense of humour and positive attitude is also important to the client. Good lawn care is essential as is the ability to operate a range of garden machinery. It would also be beneficial to hold a PA1 and PA6A pesticide and herbicide spraying licence. A UK driving licence and own vehicle is essential.

The position comes with a competitive salary and if required, a 3-bedroom off site accommodation about a 10-minute drive from the estate can be provided rent free. Council tax will be paid by the employer and all other bills will be the responsibility of the tenant. References will be required.

SALARY:        £29,000 – 33,000 DOE
LOCATION: Nr Stow on Wold, Gloucestershire
JOB No:          EC28917

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

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Sole Gardener

Sole Gardener required

An attractive opportunity has arisen for an experienced gardener to join a small estate team on a full-time basis, on a beautiful private property near Cirencester in Gloucestershire.  This position would suit a hands-on and knowledgeable gardener with excellent attention to detail, a positive attitude and an ability to take ownership of every aspect of a horticulturally diverse garden.  Basic garden maintenance is undertaken by other members of staff, leaving the successful candidate free to focus on the finer horticultural aspects of the garden.

The stunning property includes a garden designed by a very well-respected designer and comprises extensive areas of formal lawn, mixed hedges, a kitchen garden, glasshouse, mixed beds/borders, with a wide range of ornamental plants, surrounding paddocks, parkland and mature trees.

Key responsibilities of the successful applicant will include managing and maintaining the formal garden borders, maintaining the planting schemes, preparing and cultivating the vegetable garden, propagation and management of the greenhouse, harvesting and storing fruit and vegetables produced, working alongside a small team around the rest of the estate and on wider grounds projects from time to time, as well as looking after the parkland areas alongside the team.

Applicants for this role will need to demonstrate excellent horticultural knowledge and experience in each of the above areas.  Candidates will ideally hold an RHS level qualification at Level 3 or above, though this is not essential if extensive experience can be proven.  The successful candidate should have excellent attention to detail and an ability to work well as part of a small estate team.  A full UK driving licence is essential for this role.

SALARY:        £30,000 - £36,000 DOE
LOCATION: Near Cirencester, Gloucestershire
JOB No:          EC28820

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

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