Plantarea Manager – K203

From horticruitment

An exciting opportunity exists for a Plantarea Manager to join a modern new build garden centre providing a superb range of unique garden plants, houseplants, gift & homeware. Stocking everything from cacti to spring bulbs, flowers and trees, this centre has plants for many different types of soils and terrain, from a traditional English rose to exotic orchids, supplied by a dedicated team of staff. 

Do you have excellent plant and product knowledge? 

Can you provide a good level of merchandising and displays? 

Can you lead and inspire a team by example?

Key points

  • Purchasing of a wide range of trees, shrubs and seasonal line
  • Merchandising and displays of all plant stock
  • Providing excellent customer sales and service
  • Maintaining accurate stocking levels according to seasonal demands
  • Maintaining a good level of housekeeping throughout

Must haves

  • An eye for detail presentation and displays
  • The ability to lead and inspire the team
  • A sound knowledge of Horticulture along with relevant qualification
  • A hands-on practical approach to all tasks

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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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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