Plants Supervisor – A412

From Consultant Pauline Thomas

Our client has a long established highly successful Garden Centre and like nothing more than sharing their enthusiasm for gardening and horticulture.  They have a huge range of top quality plants, from perennials to annuals, shrubs, bulbs and extensive garden sundries. They are currently seeking a Plants Supervisor to join the team. 

Would you enjoy being part of a team providing expert advice?

Can you provide a good level of plant maintenance?

Do you enjoy creating a good range of interesting displays?

Key points
  • Providing a well presented department through each changing season
  • Maintaining excellent quality plants
  • Working as part of a dedicated plants team
  • Offering excellent customer sales & service
  • Supporting the department manager with all daily duties as required
Must haves
  • A good working knowledge of plant retailing or nursery background
  • Have a creative attitude towards plant displays
  • Enjoy working as part of a team offering excellent customer service
  • Be well organised with meticulous attention to detail

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

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

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