Senior Grower

Senior Grower required

Job Ref L035

Our client is proud to have been listed within the Top 15 Growers in the UK according to Hortweek April 2022. They specialise in alpines, bedding plants and perennials, producing over 100 different varieties of bedding and over 500 varieties of alpines. Our clients supplies 90% of garden centres and over five major retailers across the UK, growing within a mixture of glasshouses, polytunnels and outdoor beds.

Our client wishes to recruit a skilled, Senior Grower to join the existing, experienced team. The individual will be joining a very stable and successful family business with a rich heritage built over 4 generations of growing.

Job Description

The ideal candidate will be an accomplished alpine or bedding grower with a wealth of experience and knowledge within the specific field. An extensive understanding of the entire alpine or bedding production and growing process is required, including an appreciation for all frequently used machinery. A track record within the horticultural sector must be held including relevant training and qualifications. They must possess a comprehensive knowledge of industry changes including new laws and regulations. A thorough understanding of both indoor and outdoor growing techniques is also required.

The successful candidate will be responsible for the growing of plants and implementation of reliable growing processes including pesticide application, irrigation, lighting, temperature, growing media, fertilization, nutrition and monitoring the overall health of plants. As such, the key accountabilities for this position are as follows:

  • Determine nutrient and watering/moisture requirements.
  • Control pests by implementing Integrated Pest Management (IPM).
  • Control environmental conditions by regulating humidity, ventilation and temperature utilising Priva climate controls software.
  • Communicates cultural or plant issues to management immediately.
  • Responsible for troubleshooting crop issues and diagnosis of unknown health or damage problems.
  • Maintain records of crop activities and observations including pesticide applications and growth records.
  • Help troubleshoot greenhouse mechanical/environmental control systems.
Additional Information

In addition to the aforementioned responsibilities, the successful candidate will also be required to engage in some weekend work and to perform other duties as assigned. They will also be responsible for following growing schedules by determining schedules with the Grower Manager/Head Grower, aiding in the training of Grower Assistants/Helpers and delegating and setting routines for Grower Assistants/Helpers.

This position offers a range of opportunities within a well-established nursery for skilled grower with a horticultural specialism in either alpines or bedding. This is a full-time position which provides a holiday allowance of 31 days including bank holidays.

If this Senior Grower vacancy is of interest, please apply or contact Bevan Andrews on 01233 732767 or bevan@horticruitment.com.

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Thank you for the interest you have shown in this Senior Grower 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 Grower vacancy will have been unsuccessful.

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Assistant Plantarea Manager

Assistant Plantarea Manager required

Job Ref A434

An excellent opportunity has arisen for a knowledgeable Assistant Plantarea Manager to take on a new role for a very well-established independent garden centre in the Greater Manchester area.  This position will suit candidates with strong horticultural knowledge and a dedicated approach to delivering excellent customer service.  This is a full-time permanent position and will require some weekend working on rotation. 

The popular family-owned garden centre is known for their wide range of high-quality products and excellent delivery of service offerings.  The business has grown considerably over the years and continues to develop as a result of delivering excellent customer service and ensuring all feedback is listened to and acted upon. 

The centre is now seeking an Assistant Plantarea Manager to join the plant sales department.  Key responsibilities will include:

-Purchasing of a wide range of trees, shrubs and seasonal lines

-Negotiating with suppliers and sourcing new leads

-Merchandising and managing displays of all plant stock

-Leading and supervising a small team of four staff alongside the Manager

-Maintaining accurate stocking levels according to seasonal demands

-Maintaining a good level of housekeeping throughout

-Providing excellent customer sales and service

Applicants must have previous experience in a similar role and must be positive and presentable, energetic, creative, and must enjoy engaging with the public.  Good physical fitness is required as the position will involve working on your feet for extended periods of time and may involve some heavy lifting.  The appointed person will have an eye for detail presentation and displays, excellent horticultural knowledge, good plant purchasing skills with the ability to lead a team by example in return for a challenging and rewarding career. It is important that the successful candidate, as with all employees, maintains a strong and current knowledge and interest in horticulture to ensure continued professional development.

If this Assistant Plantarea Manager vacancy is of interest, please apply or contact Mark Read on 01233 732767 or mark.read@horticruitment.com.

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Head Grower

Head Grower required

Job Ref ADV295

Lovania Nurseries Limited is the UK’s largest alpine grower supplying 90% of garden centres across the country. We have a very exciting opportunity now open specifically within the alpine division of the business. We wish to recruit a skilled Head Grower to join and oversee the experienced team. The individual will be joining a very stable and successful family business with a rich heritage built over 4 generations of growing. 

The role encompasses the oversight of over 700 different varieties of alpines across 20+ acres of varying production facilities. This starts at a production level, having a collaborative input into daily production and product placement alongside the Operations Manager. Then continues throughout the growth of the plants, implementing a comprehensive ICM programme incorporating pest and disease management, irrigation and feed management.

AREAS OF RESPONSIBILITY

-Manage all areas of an ICM (integrated crop management) scheme across all sites. Areas assigned to the growing team, to include water management, environmental management, IPM and crop protection.

-Implement and manage a weed control strategy across department production and sites.

-Manage daily tasks and working hours of the growing team.

-Manage the wastage recording procedure across division working closely with Head of department and QA team.

-All areas of product selection working with the Operations Manager and Head of department including plug choice, supplier choice, growing media and associated raw materials to deliver quality products that achieve set specification and quality throughout.

-Manage daily production space planning and product placement in collaboration with Operations Manager and Head of department

-Oversee the implemented Plug QA and credit system.

-Manage the recording of all production across sites delivering accurate data which can be used by the business.

-Oversee and implement production methods and techniques to maximise product quality and efficiencies.

-Manage daily the workload and working hours of specific production teams, liaising with the Operations manager as to workload priority.

-Report site management issues to maintenance team specifically in relation to equipment and environmental equipment.

-Keep abreast of product lifting and target schedules.

-Implement and manage direct team’s H&S requirements.

-Complete and oversee team’s training and development.

Additional to the focus on alpine growing the role oversees the management of over 1/2 million Hardy ornamental container grown plants, including shrubs & herbaceous perennials.  

The role also involves the leadership of the growing team currently made up of 4+ skilled growers. These work over various sites and have varying horticultural specialisms. The individual is in charge of staff rotas, delegating tasks, managing workloads, monitoring output, providing training and ensuring the development of each individual.

The ideal candidate will be an accomplished alpine Grower with a wealth of experience and knowledge within the specific field. Additional experience working with HNS and herbaceous perennials is essential also. An extensive understanding of the entire alpine production and growing process is required, including an appreciation for all frequently used machinery. A track record within the horticultural sector must be held including relevant training and qualifications. They must be a breast of industry changes including new laws and regulations. A thorough understanding of both indoor and outdoor growing techniques is required.

The successful candidate must have excellent communication skills able to lead and inspire the growing team and collaborate on a daily basis with the Operations Manager. The ability to provide feedback and weekly reports to Managers and the Company Board is essential as well as reporting concerns and working collectively with the QA team. Competent computer skills are needed, including the ability to manage Microsoft Word, excel, outlook plus internal programs. Good organisational skills are essential in order to manage schedules and ensure product specifications are met on time.

Please apply ASAP by sending your CV and cover letter

www.lovania.co.uk


Nursery Maintenance Manager

Nursery Maintenance Manager required

Job Ref N100

My client is one of the leading Horticultural plant producers in the UK, supplying garden centres and major retailers with alpines, herbaceous perennials, bedding plants, bulbs and more, on a national scale.  

A new vacancy for a Nursery Maintenance Manager to lead the existing maintenance team has arisen on their large site in the North West of England. This is a hands-on technical role, with the successful candidate being responsible for ensuring equipment and buildings are maintained to a high standard, plus the management of a small team of skilled operatives.  The successful applicant will also manage all ongoing maintenance projects/refurbishment programmes and plan resources.

The ideal candidate will have a wide variety of skill and qualifications in various horticultural nursery maintenance techniques, including but not limited to glasshouses, production equipment and vehicles.  Applicants must have experience in implementing preventative and planned maintenance schedules and must be able to work within set budgets.  Demonstrable relevant managerial experience is essential, as is a full UK driving licence.  

Experience in a similar role as well as relevant qualifications in relation to the duties below, are essential:
  • Repairing and improving nursery sites including internal and external fittings
  • Repair of glasshouse structures including glass replacement and any repairs in greenhouses.
  • Mange workshop(s) including full stock inventory of tools, parts and spares
  • Repair of water pipes and irrigation equipment, vents
  • Provide cover for repair work on transplanting machines
  • Welding work
  • Trolley repairs
  • Machine restoration i.e. painting, welding
  • Greasing all vents mechanisms at all sites
  • Mainlining all greenhouses doors
  • Production machinery maintenance – to include Javo potting machines, transplanters, bale breakers, conveyor belts
  • Fabrication of production equipment
  • Ensure there is a minimum stock of tools/parts kept in at all times
Key responsibilities for this role will include the following:
  • Overseeing the planning and implementation of schedules of work and all reactive maintenance across the business including all aspect of glasshouse, vehicle, crop protection and associated production equipment maintenance.
  • Responsible for ensuring control of all maintenance budgets to annual target in conjunction with the Operations Manager  
  • Supervising and motivating a team of workers
  • Installation of new equipment
  • Reviewing worker performance
  • Identifying training needs
  • Ensure periodic and preventative maintenance schedules are appropriately scheduled and accomplished.
  • Ensure emergency troubleshooting/maintenance support are readily available as needed.
  • Liaise with Production and plan to schedule plant/equipment maintenance, having regard to customer satisfaction and statutory and regulatory timings
  • Identify improvement opportunities, and progress with team(s) and line management, including the development of the preventative maintenance program
  • Responsibility to comply with all company rules for health and safety and to co-operate with the company to ensure that all statutory duties are undertaken in line with appropriate legislation
  • Managing maintenance goal setting, activity scheduling and work allocation to ensure measurable goals, balanced workload distribution and effective staff management
  • Monitoring and continually improving maintenance processes and maintenance personnel performance to achieve best in class levels of efficiency
  • Keeping abreast of technology and developments within the industry in order to improve operations, personal and professional development.
  • Any other duty deemed suitable by your line manager

Applicants must be able to demonstrate excellent leadership skills, workflow/planning and scheduling abilities, excellent time management and communication skills, an ability to delegate task effectively, and an ability to be part of and manage a team diplomatically and constructively.

If this Nursery Maintenance Manager vacancy is of interest, please apply or contact Mark Read on 01233 732767 or mark.read@horticruitment.com.

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Sales Representative - J721 - Lancashire

Our client is one of the leading suppliers of plant material to the British Landscaping Industry, producing an extensive range of plants which is supplemented with stock from key suppliers to ensure they can supply a one stop shop for their clients. The company has ambitious expansion plans and are currently seeking a sales representative to join the team working across the U.K.

Do you have a background in field sales and hungry for success?

Do you enjoy the challenge of sourcing and building relationships with new and existing clients?

Are you results orientated and prepared to go that extra mile?

Key points
  • To adopt and grow a base of new and existing amenity accounts
  • To price incoming enquiries and follow up outstanding quotations
  • Improve and develop sales systems with the Sales Manager
  • Meet with clients off site in the UK and abroad as required
  • Assist with the promotion of the company at trade shows and events
Must haves
  • A proven track record in sales
  • Excellent negotiating skills and product knowledge
  • Plenty of drive and passion to reach and exceed sales targets
  • Ensure the company remains a leading supplier to the Landscape Industry

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

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Head Gardener - Live Out - EC7358

A rare and exciting opportunity has arisen for an experienced and ambitious Head Gardener to develop and manage the private garden in the Leyland area, Lancashire. 

The family house is newly built, and the garden covers about twenty-seven and a half acres of land to undergo substantial development. The project is in the early stage of development, the grass has been laid and the hedges have been planted by the landscaper. The new Head Gardener will join at a time where their involvement will be valuable and rewarding in equal measure. 

To the west of the house is the Arboretum, the shrubbery and the church woods containing a variety of mature trees. To the east, there is a 1-acre walled kitchen garden (to be implemented), the kennels, expansive lawns and the east wood. To the South of the house runs a pathway to the lake, a sunken garden with a fire pit, the poetry garden, barbeque area, a chess garden and a large green house on order to be erected. Once complete, the garden will be a very impressive and a diverse space.

The successful applicant will have significant input in the development of the site in terms of overall design, implementation, planting, after care and ongoing management.  The privately-owned estate will not be open to the public but will require excellent attention to detail at all times.  There is currently a handyman / gardener onsite to support the Head Gardener and as the garden develops, the Head Gardener will have the opportunity to recruit.

Applicants should hold a level 3 horticultural qualification or higher as well have demonstrable experience of developing gardens. Garden project management and budgeting experience is essential for the role. He/she will have experience managing garden staff, excellent plant identification skills, competence with a full range of garden machinery, kitchen gardening experience and a working knowledge of plant propagation and glasshouse work.  Spray certificates (PA1/6) and a chainsaw certificate (CS30/31) are desirable but not essential.

This is an excellent opportunity for a talented, experienced and driven Head Gardener with a strong and positive character to join a fantastic garden project at an exciting stage. 

SALARY:        £35,000 - £40,000 depending on experience      
LOCATION:  Leyland Area, Lancashire
JOB No:          EC7358

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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Skilled Gardener - Live In - EC7294 - This position has now been filled

A rare and attractive vacancy has arisen at the private homes of one of the country’s foremost garden designers, based in the beautiful Lune Valley, Lancashire.  A Skilled Gardener with excellent plant knowledge and a genuine passion for horticulture is required to assist the Head Gardener, and in his absence be responsible for the garden and associated areas.  Applicants must be skilled and experienced gardeners with, ideally, an academic horticultural qualification at Level 3 or above.  The successful candidate will be required to provide direction and supervision to employees less skilled than themselves, in the absence of the Head Gardener.

This stunning and diverse site, nestled at the foot of ancient beech woodland at the foot of the eastern side of the Lune Valley, contains many features designed to impress at every turn.  The 12-acre property comprises parkland, an entrance forecourt, terraced gardens, a series of colour themed gardens and herbaceous borders, a lake, a bog and lakeside garden, a wild garden, a large terraced vegetable garden, a nuttery and orchard, a woodland and water gardens.  The gardens provide an impressive example of a large property containing most features of horticulture and design, such that it serves not only as a beautiful home but also as an example of this international garden designer’s work.  The variety of features, species, topography and conditions observed within the site provides an idyllic platform from which gardeners and the client may experiment with innovative ideas, and improve their skills and knowledge in parallel.

In addition to hands-on garden management (in association with the Head Gardener and property owner), the successful applicant will contribute to the preparation and implementation of management plans for the gardens on an ongoing basis.  The Skilled Gardener will assist, and in the absence of the Head Gardener be responsible for, supervision of garden staff and the management of any delegated projects, maintenance and daily garden tasks.  Contribution to all appropriate garden meetings and assistance of the Head Gardener will be expected in order to promote open and effective communication on work related issues amongst staff.  Applicants for this position must be confident in character, well presented and be willing to promote the public’s enjoyment of the garden through high standards of presentation and customer care.  The successful applicant will be required to share the weekend responsibilities with Head Gardener on a rota basis, i.e. greenhouse and nursery management, feeding the chickens and outing them to bed, and checking the security of the Hall and the grounds as a matter of course. 

Applicants for this role should hold an academic horticultural qualification at Level 3 or above as well as extensive experience of gardening at a skilled level on horticulturally diverse private estates.  Applicants must hold a full UK driving licence, be physically fit and must be happy working in all weather conditions.  Continued professional development by way of relevant training courses will be offered to the successful candidate, to which attendance is expected.

Accommodation is provided in the local village by way of a two-bedroom house.  Council tax and rent are covered by the employer, with the successful candidate being liable for their own utility bills.

This is an excellent opportunity for a skilled gardener to take the next step in their career, or for an existing Senior or Head Gardener to join a well-known private estate in a beautiful part of the country, and to work for one of the country’s most respected garden designers.

SALARY:       Circa £25,000 + Accommodation         
LOCATION: Near Lancaster, Lancashire
JOB No:        EC7294

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

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Experienced Gardener - Live Out - EC7328 - This position has now been filled

A highly skilled and motivated experienced gardener is sought after to maintain and enhance 3 locations in Preston, Lancashire owned by our client; retail park, commercial site and a beautiful country private estate.  This position would suit a presentable and time-served gardener with demonstrable experience.

The experienced gardener will take responsibility for the enhancement of the sites to a high horticultural standard and the general maintenance i.e. mowing, pruning, strimming, hedge cutting, pest control, weeding as well as horticultural practices such as planting, soil and shrubbery, and some developments. The private property contains 10 acres of formal gardens with a walled garden including a parterre and sunken garden. There is a full-time gardener at the private property with whom the experience gardener will work with on the days they are onsite.

The successful candidate will have excellent horticultural knowledge, hold a horticultural qualification and be fully conversant with planting methods, soil properties, pruning and pest control. He / She should be comfortable working autonomously on multiple projects, highly organised with the ability to complete projects to an extremely high standard. He / She should be highly self-motivated, well presented, with a good eye for detail, able to organise and carry out work with minimum supervision. Good health and safety knowledge is important, a good level of competency in the operation and basic maintenance of garden machinery and PA1/PA6 is preferred. A full clean driving licence is essential for the role.

SALARY:        Circa £30k depending on experience     
LOCATION: Preston, Lancashire
JOB No:          EC7328

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

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Garden Centre Manager - L615

Our client has recently expanded their portfolio and now has a group of 18 garden centres and pride themselves on good old traditional family values. From their huge plantarea to the beautiful gift department and popular restaurant, this centre has something for everyone and is a destination centre for the keen gardener. They are currently seeking a Garden Centre Manager who can think on their feet and run this small but successful business. 

Are you an enthusiastic team leader keen to support your team?

Do you enjoy the challenge of delivering excellent standards across the store?

Do you have a passion for horticulture?

Key points
  • Ensuring the highest standards of merchandising and display
  • Supporting department managers ensuring they receive clear directions
  • Maintaining accurate stocking levels according to each season
  • Providing excellent customer sales and service
  • Health and Safety and personnel matters
Must haves
  • Good Horticulture knowledge
  • The ability to communicate at all levels
  • A proven track in successful garden centre retailing
  • The ability to lead and inspire your team to achieve great results

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

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Plantarea Supervisor - A704 - This position has now been filled

Plantarea Supervisor Required

Our client has developed a popular Garden Centre that has been established since 1984 and is still owned by the original family. It has always sought to provide an extensive range of plants and complete range of gardening products everything you would expect to find from bedding plants, trees and shrubs, herbaceous plants, planted containers and hanging baskets, all provided by an enthusiastic team of staff. 

Do you have a good working knowledge of plants?

Do you enjoy offering excellent customer sales & service?

Do you have an eye for detail and enjoy creating interesting displays?

Key points
  • Presentation and displays of all plant stock
  • Maintenance, good housekeeping and quality control
  • Merchandising effectively to create eye catching displays
  • Giving advice on suitability and selection
  • Working closely with the department manager
Must haves
  • A good working knowledge of plant retailing
  • An enthusiastic and positive approach to all tasks
  • Dedicated to providing excellent customer sales and service
  • Keen to progress and take on a good level of responsibility

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

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