Couple

An incredible opportunity has arisen for a Gardener / Housekeeper Couple to join an important Grade 1 house near Salisbury in their respective fields. The Gardener will join on a full-time basis to rejuvenate and restore the prestigious listed garden around the house, with the objective to bring it back to its former glory. The housekeeper can join on a full-time basis or part time with the opportunity to increase hours in the future. The accommodation provided is a 3-bedroom flat in the coach house.

The property is a large Georgian country house surrounded by a 3-acre formal garden that is part of a wider estate including listed parkland, paddocks, woodland, swimming pool and tennis court. The 19th century formal garden to the West was terraced by William Butterfield and features yew topiary, stone urns and steps, fine specimen trees, water features, and extensive lawns. To the East is a large lawn and attractive pastureland framed by mature trees. To the North and South the property is bordered by woodland. 

The owners recently purchased the property and are looking to carry out a complete restoration of the house and garden. The ideal candidate for the gardening position will have an eye for detail and a strong interest in getting involved in a rejuvenating and renewal project. The Gardener will be hands on, and in the initial stages, there will clearing and restoring e.g., overgrown topiary and lawncare as well as assist on the wider estate. When the structural foundations are in place for the garden, the gardener will work on the design of the garden (potentially with a landscape designer) and be responsible for the care and maintenance of the grounds to a high horticultural standard. This would include maintaining the lawns, hedge cutting, pruning, transplanting, weeding, etc. with seasonal help as necessary.

Housekeeping duties will consist of the upkeep of the main house by way of cleaning, laundry, ironing, weekly shopping, and some preparation of food when the owners are in residence. 

This opportunity is also open to a live out senior gardener who is experienced, organised, has good attention for detail and can work on their own initiative. A competitive salary would be provided depending on experience.

SALARY:        Combined Salary of up to £60,000 depending on experience      
LOCATION: Salisbury, Wiltshire
JOB No:          EC49758

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

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Operations Manager

Operations Manager required

Job Ref M870

Our client is an ambitious, award-winning soft and hard landscape contractor that specialises in commercial landscape construction and maintenance. Established in 1999, this family business has quickly grown into a multi-million-pound company, with over 300 site operatives, and projects spanning across London, the South of England, and the Midlands.

Throughout this period of growth, they have stayed true to their roots and maintained close client relationships and a hands-on mentality that has developed their trust with suppliers and clients alike. They take pride in bringing stunning designs to life and delivering a top-quality finish working with the biggest names in the business on projects valued between £100k to £10 million.

Job brief

Our client is looking for an Operations Manager to organise and oversee the daily operations of the company. This position is a dynamic, cross-functional role, which includes project planning, workflow management, team leadership, fulfilment, quality control and exploring, developing and key markets for growth.

This role requires exceptional organisational skills and management, to ensure that the business is well-coordinated, efficient, and productive by managing its processes. An in-depth knowledge of pending and active projects is key, including the scope of works, programmes, tender documentation, and contract particulars.

The areas of responsibility for this role are very wide and include the production of contract programmes, monitoring, amending, and updating project operations accordingly. Ensuring that all projects are managed effectively and safely regarding all aspects of health and safety regulations, whilst championing and ensuring compliance of site-specific company policies and procedures.

The ideal candidate will have knowledge and background within landscaping, however experience within a similar capacity would be considered. They will be an excellent leader who can discover the most efficient ways to run the business’ operations, ideally with a project management background.

Responsibilities

-Maintain an in-depth knowledge of each of the pending and active projects including, the scope of works, programme, tender documentation, and contract particulars

-Production of contract programmes; monitoring, amending, and updating project operations accordingly and advising of any potential delays to the client team

-Preparation of contract budgets; detailed cost plans; bills of quantities and procurement plans

-Championing of and ensuring compliance with our site-specific company policies and procedures

-Ensuring that all projects are managed effectively and safely to comply with all aspects of the current health and safety regulations

-Responsible for ensuring and maximising profitability of contracts and delivery of works on time.

-Leading the supervisors in presenting and mentoring on the delivery of toolbox talks

-Ensuring that sites are managed in a clean, safe, and tidy manner

-Sourcing of materials, negotiating keen prices and placing orders as required

-Mentoring others in the adherence to the Company’s procedures and quality practices

-Managing the quality of the delivery of the projects to ensure that the good name of and the reputation of the Company is maintained and enhanced

-Promotion of the Company

-Tender for and build up a new arm of the business in key markets for growth

Requirements

-Proven experience as an Operations Manager or equivalent position

-Landscape Qualifications

-Experience managing a team

-Professional in approach with outstanding communication and people skills

-Knowledge of health and safety compliance / ISOH Regulations

-CSCS Card

-SMSTS

-Full Clean UK driving licence

If this Operations Manager vacancy is of interest, please apply or contact Sara Yassin on 01233 732767 or sara@horticruitment.com.

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Operations Director

Operations Director required

Job Ref J731

Our client brings together years of experience, creative flair and an eye for detail to produce unique, memorable design-led spaces and event experiences, for an array of clients throughout the UK, Europe and worldwide.

Specialists in planting, landscaping and floristry, horticulture is at the heart of what they do, with site planting and transformations accounting for the majority of work. Alongside this, they offer design and build services for a wide variety of events, bars, mobile and semi-permanent structures, exhibition stand and displays, venue and also complete site transformations.

The client offers a complete service from design and planning through to build, installation as well as adding the finishing touches. With an expanding team of specialised, skilled individuals from creative minds to hands-on makers, the team prides itself on attention to detail and exceptional quality, working with clients through all phases of their projects, to bring brands to life.

Job brief

Our client is looking for an experienced Director of Operations to organise and oversee the daily operations of the company. This position is a dynamic, cross-functional role, which includes project planning, workflow management, team leadership, fulfilment, quality control and on-site management.

This role requires exceptional organisational skills and management, to ensure that the business is well-coordinated, efficient and productive by managing its processes, allocating resources and directing its people at every stage of the project.

The area of responsibility for this role is very wide and requires thorough knowledge of event setup, project management, logistics and third-party sub-contract management as well as the ability to be hands-on when required.  

The ideal candidate will have some horticultural knowledge and background; this, however, is not a necessity. He/She/They must be an excellent leader who can discover the most efficient ways to run the business’ operations, ideally with an events and project management background, leading by example and with an excellent eye for detail.

Due to the diverse nature of this company, its wide-range of prestigious, global clients, and growing service offering, this is a fast-paced and exciting position which aims to safeguard and augment the efficiency of the company’s operations, to facilitate a growth strategy and to deliver long-term success, with long-term potential opportunities.

The ideal candidate will be someone with a proven track record achieving positive results, someone that works well under pressure and has exceptional time management skills.

Responsibilities

-Liaise with superior to make decisions for operational activities and set strategic goals

-Plan and monitor the day-to-day running of business to ensure smooth progress across its horticultural, build and event setup operations

-Supervise staff from different departments and continually look for opportunities to grow and become more efficient

-Evaluate regularly the efficiency of business processes and propose / deliver improvements

-Manage procurement processes, select and appoint sub-contract partners, coordinate the build, horticultural and event pipeline to ensure the availability of plants, stands and resources

-Oversee customer support processes and organise them to enhance customer satisfaction

-Review financial information and improve operational effectiveness to promote profitability

-Manage relationships/agreements with external partners/supply chain

-Evaluate overall performance by gathering, analysing and interpreting data and metrics

-Ensure that the company runs with conformity to established regulations

Requirements

-Proven experience as Director of Operations or equivalent position

-Excellent organisational and leadership abilities

-Outstanding communication and people skills

-Knowledge of industry’s legal rules and guidelines

-In depth knowledge of diverse business functions and principles (e.g. supply chain, finance, customer service etc.)

If this Operations Director vacancy is of interest, please apply or contact Sara Yassin on 01233 732767 or sara@horticruitment.com.

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Analyst

Analyst required

In this unique role, you will play a key role in building the client supply side of this ecommerce company along with reporting into the CEO you will help identify the highest quality supply partners (across growing, manufacturing, garden centres etc.). You will need to be able to analyse partner and category stock performance to identify strategies to support overall trade in the business.

Due to the confidential nature of this role, please contact Ruth Bolam for more information on 01233 732767 or ruth@horticruitment.com.


Nursery Production Manager

Nursery Production Manager required

Job Ref P141

My client is a large and very established plant nursery located in Norway, with 30,000m2 of modern greenhouse areas. The nursery produces large numbers of high-quality potted roses in spring and summer, but have unrealised potential for late summer, autumn and winter production. The company are looking to capitalise on these unused areas and it is the company’s desire to have the new Production Manager play a leading role.  Applications are sought from experienced Production Managers as well as General Nursery Managers, as the potential exists for the successful candidate to step up to the General Manager position in due course.

The experienced Production Manager will be required to develop production in the period from July to March and contribute to rose production in Spring and Summer, as well as to manage this side of the business on a full-time basis.  Responsibilities will include planning and execution of plant production, management and maintenance of technical facilities and the operation of greenhouse climate control systems.

Suitable candidates will hold a minimum of a bachelor’s degree in Horticulture or similar, and must have competency in greenhouse management, propagation and insect/disease control as well as being competency in mechanical maintenance.  Strong horticultural and floricultural knowledge is essential as is demonstrable knowledge of relevant plant pests and diseases.  Applicants must have held certification and official training in the use of plant pesticides, must be self-directed and able to work efficiently and effectively under limited supervision.  Applicants must have excellent English or Norwegian language skills, both spoken and written.

Applicants with staff management experience are encouraged to apply, though those without will also be considered on merit.  The company are offering a generous salary in line with the successful candidate’s experience, as well as the option for accommodation if needed.  The stated salary is negotiable for applicants with Nursery General Manager experience.

This is an excellent opportunity to join a successful and established nursery in a beautiful part of the world, on a permanent full-time basis.  The successful candidate will potentially have the opportunity to develop new product lines and cultures, as well as the reward for ensuring the nursery realises its full potential.

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

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Nursery General Manager

Nursery General Manager required

Job Ref N999

An excellent opportunity has arisen for an experienced General Manager at a very well established and respected plant nursery in central western England.  This permanent full-time vacancy is open to experienced managers with a strong background in nursery production and operations.  An excellent negotiable salary is offered in line with experience.  With decades of history and over 100 acres of container production for quality retailers, this company has secured its place as one of the leading nurseries in the country. 

The successful candidate will have overall responsibility for production and operations and will need to lead and manage the planning, organisation and implementation of key aspects of the business plan. The General Manager will ensure the delivery of performance targets and business strategy by managing and developing departmental teams so that they work efficiently and continue to deliver outstanding quality and customer service, on which the company has built its reputation.

The General Manager will be a key developer and driver of business SOP and polices and will train, mentor, lead, recruit and develop a high-performance team, in order to ensure the smooth operation and running of many millions of pounds-worth of Horticultural equipment.  The General Manager will also be responsible for and/or assist in key project development areas with the Managing Director, will be responsible for Health and Safety, and to continually observe operations and suggest how the business can increase its effectiveness, efficiency, quality and customer service across all areas.

Applicants for this role must be excellent communicators with experience in a similar role, i.e., at managerial level.  Strong IT skills including the use of Microsoft Excel are essential, as is an understanding of process improvement, LEAN and Quality systems.  The successful candidate will be an inspirational team player and must have a good track record of being a successful senior manager or being in a leadership role within the Horticultural sector.  A thorough understanding of the technical requirements of production horticulture is required, as is a good understanding of horticultural machinery, as the General Manager must be able to direct the maintenance team and contractors, as necessary.  Competency in negotiation and procurement is also required to be successful in this role.  Applicants should hold academic horticultural qualifications and must be able to demonstrate competency, via previously held positions, in each of the above areas.

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

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Thank you for the interest you have shown in this Nursery General 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 Nursery General Manager vacancy will have been unsuccessful.

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Nursery General Manager

Nursery General Manager required

Ref No: Z587

An exciting opportunity has arisen for a Nursery General Manager to join a highly successful plant nursery based in Surrey. The client has achieved significant growth over the last 10 years, and this newly developed role has been established to lead the strategic direction of the nursery.

As the General Manger you will be responsible for the process of continual improvement and the development of the Nursery Operations Manager and up to 5 Departmental Managers. You would be the link between the nursery team, the warehouse, wholesale and plant buying teams as well as customer services. You are expected to ensure excellent quality standards and house-keeping of both in-bound and propagation/nursery grown and potted stock of plants, along with being responsible for efficient management of stock to space ensuring optimum availability.

Your work experience will be a proven background in good nursery management and propagation, you will be capable of leading multiple teams that have fulfilled the strategic version of the nursery you have previously or currently work for. Your past/current achievements will be due to you having good interpersonal skills that can influence others effectively with the ability to work under pressure in fast moving and rapidly changing markets.   

For a detailed job description or to be considered for the Nursery General Manager position please contact Ruth Bolam on 01233 732767 or apply online via horticrutiment or ruth@horticruitment.com and Ruth will be in touch.

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Regional Crematorium Manager - C998

Regional Crematorium Manager required

The company is a very well established and historic cremation authority.  The company’s principal activities are carrying out cremations and providing memorials at its crematoria.  The company owns and operates crematoria across London, Surrey, Oxfordshire and Kent.

Benefits associated with this position include a generous base salary and bonus, Car or Car Allowance, 25 days’ holiday (plus Bank Holidays), and Life Insurance.  The opportunity to work a 4-day week is available if required, and the flexibility to work from home is offered, however the expected site visits will still be required as part of the role.

Job Description:

The Regional Crematorium Manager will report to the Managing Director and will be responsible for crematorium site managers (currently 4-employees) as well as third-party contractors and suppliers.  Indirectly, all employees aside from the Head Office teams and Executive Management will report to the postholder, i.e. Gardeners, Cremators, Administrators, Maintenance etc.  The post will be based at the North West London Head Office and will require frequent travel (at least once a month) to all other sites.

The Regional Crematorium Manager will be a key figure in the organisation, responsible for shaping the future of the Company.  As Regional Crematorium Manager, you would be responsible for service delivery across the organisation, ensuring delivery of exceptional quality services to our customers.  The Regional Crematorium Manager has full management responsibility for overseeing all staff, budgets, health and safety practices and operations. 

Key Accountabilities and Outputs:
  • Work closely with each Site Manager to ensure every Crematorium is being led and managed effectively.
  • Improve productivity, quality and efficiencies across the business.
  • Ensure best practice is applied consistently across the Company.
  • Engender a culture of mutual support and respect and working together as a management team.
  • Ensure appropriate procedures are in place and regularly reviewed.
  • Prepare, manage and control numerous budgets.
  • Drive and deliver a health and safety improvement plan for the Company. Provide competent advice and technical guidance where necessary.
  • Work closely with the Crematorium Managers to ensure that equipment is inspected and serviced in line with environmental legislation.
Expected experience, skills and competences include:
  • Ideally degree educated or equivalent.
  • Current practical knowledge of health and safety and previous experience of managing Health and Safety.
  • ISOH or NEBOSH qualification.
  • Proven Regional Management (or equivalent role) experience.
  • Strong experience of leading and managing employees remotely.
  • Good knowledge of different business functions.
  • Excellent communication skills both written and verbal, and the ability to quickly build a rapport with a wide range of people.
  • Highly organised and proactive.
  • Good interpersonal skills.
  • Strong analytical skills.
  • Strong business acumen, understanding priorities and functional requirements.
  • Excellent IT skills with a high level of accuracy and strong attention to detail.
  • Problem analysis, judgment, decisiveness; independence and resilience.

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

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Head Grower/Manager Designate - P118

Head Grower/Manager Designate required

An exciting opportunity exists to join a leading plug plant producers established since 1955 growing over 50 million bedding plug plants each year for professional growers and parks departments throughout the UK.  They are dedicated to producing the finest quality plants and transporting them to the nurseries in the shortest possible time.  

Do you have a good level of nursery productions skills?

Can you lead and motivate a team of staff?

Do you a positive attitude and keen to produce top quality plants?

Key points
  • Overseeing the forward planning of the nursery
  • Purchasing of all stock required for the nursery operations
  • Leading teams on growing related tasks, carried out to timescale and agreed standards
  • Maintaining quality and work practices at all times
  • Liaising with the owners and the sales team to ensure relevant documentation is current
Must haves
  • Previous experience in nursery production
  • Computer literate with good IT skills
  • Possess excellent team leadership skills
  • Some form of relevant horticulture qualification

If this Head Grower/Manager Designate vacancy is of interest, please apply or contact Mark Read on 01233 732767 or mark.read@horticruitment.com.

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Head Gardener / Housekeeper/Cook Couple - Live In - EC7710

Head Gardener / Housekeeper/Cook Couple required

A rare opportunity has arisen for an experienced Head Gardener and Housekeeper/Cook couple to join an impressive private estate in North Yorkshire, on a permanent full-time basis.  An excellent combined salary and a splendid three-bedroom lodge house are offered in return for experience, professionalism and discretion.  Applications are sought from experienced and qualified Head Gardeners, and from Housekeepers with demonstrable experience in private service.

An experienced Housekeeper/Cook is also required and will ideally form part of a couple in conjunction with the Head Gardener.  The Housekeeper/Cook should be well organised, enthusiastic and well qualified with extensive knowledge of working in established private households and have many years’ experience and understanding of caring for fine clothing, china, crystal, silver and antiques. Typical duties will include responsibility for cleaning and upkeep of the house and will include washing, cleaning, ironing and cooking.

Both the Head Gardener and Housekeeper/Cook should hold full driving licences as occasional airport runs, railway station drop-offs and similar may be required.

The private estate extends to approximately 200-acres of parkland and grassland and incorporates a stud, which currently numbers 12 broodmares and a large quantity of young racing bloodstock.  The stud is under the management of the Stud Manager and the Stud Groom.

The formal garden extends to approximately three acres and comprises a Ha-ha, impressive mixed herbaceous borders, a small number of flower beds and mixed shrubs, with formal lawns and surrounding woodland.  The property also includes numerous young and mature trees, with pleached hornbeam and clipped limes.  A large greenhouse is used for propagation and will fall under the management of the Head Gardener.  A walled kitchen garden produces vegetables, soft fruits and cut flowers for the house.  A courtyard contains climbing roses and hanging baskets, with stone troughs containing summer bedding plants to provide colour and an attractive feature.  A tarmac tennis court is located adjacent to the formal garden and will require basic maintenance.

The Head Gardener is retiring after many years of loyal service, leaving an opening to be filled by an enthusiastic and time-served replacement Head Gardener with experience in each of the above garden areas.  Applicants for the role will ideally have excellent horticultural knowledge, physical fitness and experience at Head Gardener level on private estates.  The successful applicant will have responsibility for a long-serving and dedicated Assistant Gardener, so should have demonstrable experience of staff management.

The Head Gardener will be responsible for a range of gardening tasks associated with the smooth running of the estate, i.e. plant propagation, planting and pruning (including young trees from the ground), hedge cutting, lawn care, kitchen gardening and the management of fruit trees.  Applicants must also be competent in the safe operation and basic maintenance of a range of garden machinery and be used to working within established health and safety standards.  Spray certificates (PA1/PA6) and a chainsaw certificate of competence would be beneficial.

Additional responsibilities such as responding to alarms, general security, etc will be expected of the couple.

It is of paramount importance that applicants for each of the above positions possess an awareness to their working environment, i.e. the fact that the estate is a family home and requires a degree of discretion, sensitivity and flexibility.  Applicants should be positive and friendly in character with initiative, excellent time management skills and a desire to ensure pride in their work by upholding exceptional standards at all times.  Applicants with previous experience in a similar role(s) are encouraged to apply.  The position is offered with a splendid three-bedroom lodge house on site as well as a generous combined salary (as stated below).  Due to the nature of the estate, this vacancy is unfortunately unsuitable for young children.

SALARY:       £60,000 Combined + Accommodation
LOCATION:  Harrogate area, North Yorkshire 
JOB No:          EC7710

If this Head Gardener / Housekeeper/Cook Couple vacancy is of interest please apply or contact Mark Read on 01233 733510 or info@englishcountrygardeners.co.uk.

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