Job Ref ADV484
We are a wholesale family run business, primarily growing bedding plants in a range of formats. We grow over 1 million packs each year allowing us to provide our clients with a wide range of product and extensive colour choice.
This is a hands-on role supporting our head grower. Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:
- Undertaking all aspects of husbandry and production of crops.
- Manage pest, disease and weed control programmes.
- Complying with hygiene and health standards
- Perform essential administrative tasks, including record keeping.
- Must be prepared to work weekends on a rotating basis.
- To be prepared to work on our second site nearby.
- Must be enthusiastic, motivational and have experience of working in a similar role. Most importantly a passion for plants- most things then follow with ease.
- Relish the challenges of growing plants in a commercial environment and want to be recognized for growing the best plants.
- Ability to adapt on a daily basis to the varied demands of the job and work well under pressure to help plan weekly and daily job tasks by observing and reporting on crops.
- Excellent attention to detail, computer literate and a good communicator.
- A minimum of 2 years relevant professional experience ideally with some or all of the following, experience in aspects of commercial plant production, Excellent plant knowledge and a valid Forklift certificate and drivers license as well as PA1 and PA6 Spray certificates are desirable.
Job Types: Full-time, Permanent Salary: Negotiable
- Good written and spoken English (Required)
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