Assistant Manger - 37558

Location : London & Home Counties
Salary : 25-28K DOE
Vacancy ID : 37558

We are a young but well-established gardening company specialised in servicing high profile restaurants and private clients. We??re looking for someone with a passion for plants and a creative touch. The ability to develop strong client relationships is a must. We offer a competitive salary, a forward-thinking approach and good opportunities for development.


 General maintenance of container planting

  • Maintenance of interior plants
  • Project management and installation of new plant schemes
  • Liaising with key suppliers to ensure high standards of quality are always met

 Key requirements:

 Excellent horticultural knowledge and a recognised qualification

  • Knowledge of interior plants is essential
  • 5 years practical experience minimum
  • Good communication skills (fluent in English)
  • Pro-active, good communicator and good attention to detail
  • Strong work ethic ?? happy to work in all weather conditions and physically fit
  • Clean driving license of at least 3 years
  • Knowledge of irrigation systems is useful
  • Knowledge of plant diseases and pests is essential
  • Should be open to working away from London from time-to-time, clients we service are nationwide
  • Should be flexible to varying length of working days. Some of our days are long, but this will be balanced out by shorter days




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Once again, I would like to extend my thanks to you for being so efficient and focused on my behalf. You have impressed me and have been extremely professional about matching me well with potential opportunities. Should I require staff in my new role... I will be sure to use you.

Simon (Contracts Manager)

I would like to give a big thank you to everyone in the team at Fresh Horticultural Careers for their help throughout my employment with them. Their support was great and helped me enjoy my time whilst working for them.

Ross (Horticulture)