Assistant Head Gardener

A friendly, motivated and all rounded Assistant Head Gardener is required to work closely with the Head Gardener to further develop the gardens of a beautiful Grade II* listed 16th century Farmhouse based in an area of Outstanding Natural Beauty - Henley on Thames, Oxfordshire. The position is full time and permanent.

The peaceful and private 29-acre estate is a stable yard with the majority of acreage is pasture for the horses.  Separated by a Ha-ha ensuring uninterrupted views, the well-maintained gardens surrounding the property include formal gardens, Parterre, Herbaceous borders, rose garden, walled garden, vegetable garden, 3 greenhouses including a beautiful Hartley botanic greenhouse, Koi Pond, Old woodland, ancient oaks and wisteria.

The Assistant Head Gardener will be an arts and crafts gardener with a focus on specialist pruning, kitchen gardening, training and greenhouse management. He / She will be hands on carrying out the planting, sowing, pruning, growing, creative input and design ideas would be welcome, pest & disease treatments, planting and harvesting the produce which is shared on the estate. It is a diverse role so flexibility is key, the successful candidate will also assist with the general maintenance of the garden such as the mowing, strimming and weeding and the clients outsources the hedge cutting. Additional duties may be required such as occasional feeding and care of dogs (Great Dane and 2 dachshunds).

Applicants will ideally hold a horticultural qualification RHS or a recognised horticultural qualification and / or experience working on a private estate. Experience with Spray certificates PA1/PA6 and chainsaw would be advantageous but not essential as training can be provided. Applicants will have shown longevity and are looking for a long-term opportunity on a diverse and friendly estate. He / She must work well with others and be confident with their plant knowledge. Horse and animal lover is a plus!

The working hours are 5-day week Monday to Friday 8am -5pm with an hour for lunch. Flexibility is important as occasionally a half day on the weekend maybe required for watering in the greenhouse or when the owners are away for which time off in lieu will be given.

SALARY:  £35,000 - £40,000 DOE
LOCATION:  Henley on Thames, Oxfordshire
JOB No:  EC61418 

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

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Sole Gardener

An exciting opportunity has arisen for a Sole Gardener to join the mature garden of a residential property located near Henley on Thames, Oxfordshire. The owner now requires an experienced gardener with a proven track record of managing a large mature English country garden to assist in the ongoing maintenance and development of the garden and grounds. This is a full-time permanent position, however the principles will consider those looking for a 4 day week for the right candidate.

The gardens are roughly 6-acres in size and feature a walled garden together with green house, Espalier fruit trees, vegetable patch, established roses, herbaceous borders and woodland. The gardens also contain formal lawns and extensive hedges of yew, beech and box. The garden is mature and has been professionally designed and maintained therefore the owners are looking for a highly skilled candidate to keep the gardens at a high standard.  

Our client seeks an experienced gardener to help maintain the gardens on a year-round basis following the annual calendar. Applicants will possess an academic horticultural qualification, such as a Kew Diploma, RHS level 2 or equivalent, combined with extensive experience working in a similar role. As such, excellent plant knowledge and technical skills are essential for this position with experience in compost management, propagation, spraying, weeding and rejuvenating beds. A self-motivated, organised individual with a self-start attitude and proven track record of managing a large mature English country garden, with a strong work ethic, ability to work to their own initiative and willingness to work to consistently high standards are qualities which are essential for this role. Candidates will be flexible and willing to extend their duties where needed. As such, this is a physically demanding position which requires a fit and strong individual who is comfortable working in all weathers.

General maintenance duties will include but are not limited to pruning, propagating, weeding, edging and compost management. The owner is passionate about their garden and are open to ideas the Gardener will have with regards to the development of the gardens. The lawns are cared for by external contractors, therefore previous experience in managing contractors will be advantageous for prospective candidates. Experience in the use and maintenance of a wide range of gardening machinery as well as PA1 and PA6 spraying certificates, and a chainsaw certification are desirable for this position. The house is equipped with machinery, which the gardener should be capable of maintaining between services.  

Please note, the successful candidate with be offered subject to extensive reference checks (both written and verbal) and DBS check. Candidates will also need to provide evidence of qualifications held and hold a full driver’s licence.

SALARY:  Up to £40,000 depending on experience
LOCATION:  Oxfordshire
JOB No:  EC61375

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

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Thank you for the interest you have shown in this Sole 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 Sole Gardener vacancy will have been unsuccessful.

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Operations Manager

Our client has a Wholesale Cash & Carry Nursery established over many years providing an easy and convenient way to buy great value quality plants. They grow and supply high quality plants and from enquiry to delivery, their mission is to provide a service tailored to the clients needs and priorities regardless of the size of the order ensuring the highest possible standards of plants.  They are currently seeking a Operations Manager to oversee the day to day running of the business, while playing an integral role in driving the business forward.

Job Description:

Duties and responsibilities would include the following:

  • Ensuring customers have an excellent experience on each contact or visit
  • Managing the team in a hands-on capacity
  • Preparing quotes and sourcing plants
  • IT Management
  • Taking responsibility for plant husbandry and presentation to the highest standards
  • Face to face or by phone or email finding appropriate solutions to customer requirements
  • Dealing with suppliers both in the UK and abroad
Key Skills:

The appointed person will possess extensive plant knowledge with proven experience in a nursery or plantarea environment, have a hands-on management style with the ability to multitask under pressure , computer literate and ideally with experience of Growmaster or other nursery software and ideally hold PA1/PA6 as well as Forklift Counter Balance License.

If this Operations Manager vacancy is of interest, please apply or contact Tom Little on 01233 732767 or tom@horticruitment.com.

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Head Gardener

An exciting opportunity has arisen for a Head Gardener to lead a small team on a beautiful and established private estate near Hungerford, West Berkshire. This role would suit a knowledgeable and hands on gardener with previous experience as a Head Gardener.

The estate covers approximately 72-acres in total, with 25-acres being dedicated to the garden to varying degrees of formality.  The highly maintained gardens comprise wide herbaceous and grass borders, herb gardens, a large kitchen garden and walled gardens, wider shrub and woodland planting around a lake, with extensive natural woodlands, natural swimming ponds and water meadows. 

The Head Gardener will lead a team of three including one full time and two part time gardeners, to maintain the newly established garden to a high horticultural standard as well as continue to enhance and carry out ongoing projects such as tree planting.  The role will hands on with the team and involve general garden maintenance such as mowing, hedge cutting, strimming, pruning etc. in addition to the maintenance of all plantings, weed control, staking/wire supports, assistance within the woodland areas, maintenance of all lawn areas, wildflower areas and water meadows, seasonal bulb and pot planting, seed collection and propagation, maintenance of all drives, paths, terrace and tracks, maintaining the irrigation system, mulching, maintenance of garden features e.g. water features, sculptures, seating, checking drains, the maintenance of equipment, composting of waste on site, assisting with  vegetable, fruit, nut and cut flower production in the kitchen garden, maintenance of a natural swimming pond as well as general estate maintenance where necessary.

Suitable candidates will ideally hold academic horticultural qualifications at RHS Level 2 or above/equivalent as well as a minimum of 3 years’ experience as a Head Gardener on private estates.  Applicants should have good horticultural knowledge as well as some experience in plant propagation and kitchen gardening.  Physical fitness is essential as is an ability to safely operate garden machinery.  Chainsaw and chemical spray certificates would be beneficial. 

This is an excellent opportunity to join an impressive private estate, and to work alongside a great team.  The role is available to either be live in or live out. If live out, the salary would be up to £45,000 depending on experience and applicants will ideally live within a reasonable commute of Inkpen, Hungerford. If live in, the salary would be £35,000 depending on experience and a two-bedroom cottage onsite provided rent free with council tax and bills e.g. water and electricity paid by the employer.

SALARY:        £35,000 with accommodation / up to £45,000 without accommodation
LOCATION:  Hungerford, West Berkshire
JOB No:          EC61015

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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Landscape and Estate Manager

Landscape and Estate Manager

Salary up to £45,000, plus car allowance

40 hours a week

Job Ref ADV496

Are you a passionate horticulturist looking to ‘blossom’ in a new career? Join us as a Landscape and Estate Manager, leading a dedicated team in creating and maintaining vibrant gardens that enhance the lives of our residents.

In this role, you will play a pivotal part in ensuring the beauty and tranquillity of our gardens across Colten’s care homes. Your responsibilities encompass planning, design, maintenance, team management, and fostering strong community engagement.

About the position

You will elevate garden maintenance standards, collaborating with Senior Gardeners to design and implement impactful green spaces. Additionally, you'll oversee both small and large-scale landscape projects, working closely with internal teams and contractors.

Building and managing relationships are key aspects of this role. You will cultivate strong ties with in-house support departments, external organizations, and local suppliers to ensure the best quality plants and garden supplies at cost-effective prices. Efficiently managing relationships with contractors will be crucial for the success of larger-scale landscape projects.

Resident engagement is at the heart of our gardening philosophy. You will encourage Senior Gardeners to actively engage residents in gardening activities, fostering a sense of community and wellbeing. Additionally, you'll develop the team’s knowledge of caring for older individuals, particularly those with dementia, and promote resident interest and involvement in garden-related events.

Your responsibilities also extend to general garden upkeep, risk assessments, and ensuring safe work practices. Advocating for the benefits of fresh air, exercise, and a connection with nature, you'll manage departmental costs within budget constraints and conduct regular inspections to maintain safe gardens for residents.

About you

Your qualifications should include proven experience in horticulture or a related field, coupled with strong leadership and team management skills. In return, we offer a competitive salary and benefits package, a supportive and collaborative work environment, and opportunities for professional development.

About Colten Care

We’re an award-winning, family-owned, independent care home group, with an outstanding reputation within the industry thanks to our amazing people and our focus on keeping the resident at the heart of everything we do.

We challenge the stereotype of a care home, that’s why all 21 of our nursing homes are rated at least good and six are outstanding by the CQC, our national regulator.

For the 8th year running, we’ve been named as one of carehome.co.uk Top 20 Care Home Groups in the UK, by the residents and their families who have first-hand experience of the care and support being given at our care homes.

This private advert is being managed directly by the employer. horticruitment are not involved in the hiring process and are therefore unable to share any additional information on this role. If you have any questions regarding this position, the best course of action is to apply for the job which will open a line of communication with the employer.

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Head Gardener

An exciting new vacancy has become available for a Head Gardener to lead a small team of gardeners in the ongoing care of a beautiful, well renowned property and mature 12-acre garden in Gloucestershire. This position would suit a qualified and knowledgeable Head Gardener with excellent attention to detail and experience of supervising under gardeners.

The gardens are well established and varied. The main body of the garden consists of terraced lawns and mature trees with the local river running through the garden itself. Formal areas include a large parterre, clipped hedges dividing the garden into separate areas, established planted borders, a grotto planted with ferns and a walled garden (2.5 acres). The property has a large walled garden which is currently used to supply the house with good quality produce. The Walled Garden comprises of vegetable and cut flower gardens to supply the house, as well as a large green house and cold frames, fruit trees and soft fruits.

The new Head Gardener will liaise directly with property owner, organising the work schedules for the garden, leading three further members of staff and contractors. Additional estate and household staff work and live on site. Ensuring that the gardens are managed and presented to an extremely high standard. The successful applicant will need to be committed, motivated, have an eye for detail and a desire to achieve high standards.  Applicants must possess good supervisory and communication skills as well as a positive attitude.  The owners are very much looking for hands-on candidates who are happy to lead by example and support existing staff.

Applicants will ideally hold recognised horticulture qualification, with chainsaw and PA1/PA6 chemical spray certificates being desirable.  Candidates must have a good level of plant knowledge and be familiar with the operation and maintenance of a range of garden machinery. A driving licence is required.

Accommodation is provided with this role and consists of a newly renovated 4-bedroom flat. The owner of the property will be willing to pay for the council tax and the utility bills will be paid by the occupant.

LOCATION: Gloucestershire
SALARY: up to £45,000 depending on experience
JOB No: EC60527

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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Garden Centre Manager

Garden Centre Manager required 

Job Ref H302

Our client is a well regarded and award winning Garden Centre with a long heritage of quality.  Their sites are often ranked in the top 50 in the UK.  They have a good reputation as an employer, offering a professional working environment and opportunities for progression.  

Job Summary:

As the Garden Centre Manager in Hertfordshire, you will be responsible for the overall success of the garden centre, overseeing day-to-day operations, ensuring exceptional customer experiences, and driving sales. Your leadership will play a pivotal role in maintaining the garden centre’s reputation as a premier destination for gardening enthusiasts in Hertfordshire.

Key Responsibilities:
Operational Management:
  • Oversee the daily operations of the garden centre, including staffing, inventory management, and facilities maintenance.
  • Implement efficient processes to streamline operations and enhance customer satisfaction.
Sales and Commercial Management:
  • Set and achieve sales targets, analyzing performance data to identify areas for improvement.
  • Collaborate with the finance department to manage budgets and control costs effectively.
Team Leadership:
  • Lead, motivate, and develop a team of diverse staff members.
  • Foster a positive and collaborative work environment that values teamwork and exceptional customer service.
Customer Engagement:
  • Ensure a welcoming and knowledgeable environment for customers.
  • Implement initiatives to enhance the overall customer experience and satisfaction.
  • Address customer feedback and inquiries promptly and professionally.
Qualifications:
  • Proven experience in retail management, preferably in a garden centre or a related industry.
  • Strong leadership skills with the ability to inspire and manage a diverse team.
  • In-depth knowledge of horticulture, gardening products, and seasonal trends.
  • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills.
Education and Certifications:

Bachelor’s degree in Business, Horticulture, or a related field is preferred.

Relevant certifications in retail management or horticulture are advantageous.

If this Garden Centre Manager vacancy is of interest, please apply or contact Paul Hargreaves on 01233 732767 or paul@horticruitment.com.

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Head of Plants & Sundries

Head of Plants & Sundries required

Job Ref A221

Our client is an award-winning family-owned, home and garden retail experience. This is an exciting and unique opportunity to head up the Plants and Sundries Department based in Lancashire.

This is a hands-on position, working alongside and leading the Plants & Sundries team to deliver exceptional high standards of merchandising and customer satisfaction. You will lead and inspire your team and manage all operational aspects of the department, including maintenance and development, people management, administration, sales and health and safety.

Must haves:
  • Strong leadership and management skills
  • Efficient organisational and prioritisation skills
  • Excellent customer service, with the ability to communicate effectively with customers and staff.
  • Knowledge of plant care and maintenance, with experience caring for a variety of indoor and outdoor plants.
  • Exceptional attention to detail and forward-thinking ethos
  • Demonstrate a professional, enthusiastic and flexible approach
  • Able to promote excellent team work to achieve exceptional customer experience
  • Able to be responsive to challenges and demonstrate a ‘can do’ approach
  • Knowledgeable in maintaining and monitoring Health and Safety on site
  • Able to work with energy, pace and passion
Key responsibilities:
  • Being at the forefront for every purchasing decision, including liaising with buyers to maintain product ranges.
  • Oversee stock management across the departments including monitoring wastage and discounting to achieve maximum margin potential.
  • Manage and oversee the merchandising, pricing and display of all goods, maintaining the highest of standards.
  • Oversee the maintenance and upkeep of the Garden Centre and surrounding areas.
  • Assist in the preparation and management of progressive yearly budgets.
  • Manage the execution of till operations, cash handling and banking procedures
  • Manage staffing levels to ensure adequate cover at all times by co-ordinating an effective staff rota, identifying shortfalls
  • Ensure all staff have been appropriately inducted and trained in line with their role and requirements.
  • Ensure clear and positive communication is delivered to all employees.
  • Conduct regular appraisals with all staff, encouraging performance feedback.
  • Attend and positively participate in all required management meetings.

Due to the level of responsibility of the role a basic DBS will be required the cost of which will be covered by the Company.

If this Head of Plants & Sundries vacancy is of interest, please apply or contact Tom Little on 01233 732767 or tom@horticruitment.com.

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Nursery Manager

Nursery Manager required

Job Ref ADV495

Due to continued growth and development of our 12-acre nursery, we are now looking for an experienced, enthusiastic, and passionate horticulturalist to take on the management of the nursery and it’s growing team.

This role would suit someone that is motivated and a passionate person, who is experienced in running a nursery, organised, productive with their time and will help to continue the businesses growth and continued success on their exciting journey, whilst developing the production nursery cash and carry. Their focus is to produce retail quality stock for garden centres and domestic landscapers as well as in-house sales for their landscaping division.

What we need from you as a Horticulture Nursery Manager:
  • A minimum of 5 years production nursery experience, ideally in production for retail sales but not essential
  • You must be passionate about plants, enjoy working outdoors year-round in all weathers and happy to get stuck into other duties as the site continues to change and develop
  • You must work well on your own as well as managing a small but growing team – currently 1 supervisor, 4 nursery assistants, 2 apprentices and additional seasonal staff during busy periods
  • You must also understand the importance of plant health and quality ensuring we produce the finest retail plants with quality always being your top priority
  • Ability to work in a fast-paced environment
  • Knowledge of importing stock from abroad and the paperwork and checks required
  • A highly skilled communicator who can effectively communicate with their team as well as effectively communicating and reporting to the Group Purchasing Manager
  • You must lead by example and be able to motivate and delegate tasks efficiently
Desirable but not essential:
  • FLT licence
What the role involves:

You will be involved in a variety of duties including but not limited to:

  • Managing production for retail and cash and carry customers including producing production plans
  • Managing the small but growing team accordingly with all nursery duties including the yard assistants leading the team by example
  • Checking stock regularly to ensure optimum quality with great attention to detail and implement pest and disease control and appropriate fertiliser schedules when necessary
  • Overseeing incoming stock and orders ready for dispatch to ensure we maintain our high level of quality and service
  • Controlling and maintaining an irrigation system
  • Liaising with customers regularly to discuss production plans, orders, and contract grows
  • Complying with plant health protocol and procedures
Salary/hours: £35,000 - £45,000K per year. Working Monday to Friday 7:00am – 4:00pm. Permanent, full-time position.
Benefits:
  • 28 days holiday including Bank Holidays
  • 10% Staff Discount in the garden centre
  • Generous staff discount on company nursery stock
  • Company pension
  • On-site parking
Please apply now!

www.jackmoodygroup.co.uk/vacancies/horticulture-nursery-manager/

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Landscape Manager

Landscape Manager required

Job Ref S999

My client is a long-established company comprising of two well-known garden centres and a very successful landscaping department. The landscaping team, of around 10 members, covers all aspects of domestic and commercial landscaping within North Devon and the surrounding areas. Their reputation is everything, holding BALI membership for a considerable time, they pride themselves on being the go-to landscaping company in the area. Now an exciting opportunity for an experienced, hard working and enthusiastic Landscape Manager who has strong knowledge of the industry, both hard and soft, to join the team and take on many of the tasks currently undertaken by one of the company directors who is looking to take a step back.

Key responsibilities:

Candidates will be working on exciting projects, ranging up to £150,000 in value with multiple projects running at any one time. Main tasks for the Landscape Manager will include but are not limited to:

  • Undertake site visits, surveys and meetings with clients as required to discuss projects.
  • Basic site surveys, review of drawings and any bills or quantities, then preparation of appropriate quotations.
  • Assessing risk and maintaining a safe working environment with regular toolbox talks and record keeping.
  • Purchasing and stock control
  • Create handover packs and carry out ongoing monitoring of the installation teams during projects.
  • Daily processing of worksheets to allow close monitoring of labour and material costs on each project, plus identification of any extras.
  • Identify any training needs within the team.
  • Invoicing of completed work.
  • Active involvement in recruitment of employees.
  • Attend regular production meetings with the Directors.
Candidate Experience/Qualifications:
  • Candidates applying for the Landscape Manager vacancy will need to have a minimum of 2/3 years’ experience in a similar role within the Landscaping Industry.
  • Full drivers’ licence.
  • CSCS card holder.
  • Computer literacy with Word and Excel. Experience with AutoCAD and design is not essential but advantageous.
  • Great communication skills with clients, suppliers and employees.
  • Good decision making and problem solving to achieve maximum profits.
  • The ability to work on your own initiative.
What our client offers:
  • Access to a company vehicle
  • Company health scheme
  • A friendly, warm and supportive work environment.

This is a full-time permanent vacancy working 45 hours a week.

If this Landscape Manager vacancy is of interest, please apply or contact Sophie Sharpe on 01233 732767 or sophie@horticruitment.com.

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Thank you for the interest you have shown in this Landscape 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 Contracts Manager & Estimator vacancy will have been unsuccessful.

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