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Landscaper employment opportunity with Kirman Design

Landscaper employment opportunity with Kirman Design

Kirman Design is an established multi-award winning garden design and landscaping practice based at Bents Garden & Home,…


Added by Andy Kirman on September 8, 2013 at 16:31 — No Comments

Low Cost Alternative to the Landscape Institute Job Board

Low Cost Alternative to the Landscape Institute Job Board

Does £375+vat for a 2 week job listing seem reasonable to you?

How about £750 for a months advert instead?

Well thats where we step in.  For a long time Landscape Architecture pratices were happy enough to pay the…


Added by Michael on April 27, 2012 at 15:53 — No Comments

We're so busy that we are recruiting!

If you, or anyone you know, have a solid background in the landscaping industry, preferably with a CCDL, then please send your CV to along with a covering letter telling us why you want to work for Arbworx.

We’re looking for talented and enthusiastic people, with a can-do attitude, who share our passion for perfection. You’ll need to be responsible, motivated and enjoy hard work.

Our people are our biggest assets and that’s why it’s important for us to…


Added by Jon Lee on August 2, 2011 at 11:58 — 6 Comments

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Public sector redundancies ‘cancel out’ private sector recovery

Redundancies in the public sector are cancelling out job recovery in the private sector, according to new figures from the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD) and KPMG.

The Labour Market Outlook, the net employment index, shows that large-scale public sector job losses are overwhelming the slight rise in private sector recruitment. More than half of public sector organisations are planning redundancies in the second quarter of 2011.

Read the rest of the… Continue

Added by Phil Voice on June 22, 2011 at 15:02 — No Comments

Job Opportunities at Janine Pattison Garden Design Ltd

Junior Garden Designer - CLOSING DATE: Dec 6th 2010

We are currently looking for an enthusiastic Junior Garden Designer to join our busy Dorset practice. The successful candidate will possess great communications skills, be friendly, presentable and highly personable. You will also need to be computer literate. Working under the Creative Director, you will be involved in site analysis, drawing up site surveys and preliminary 2D presentation plans.… Continue

Added by Janine Pattison on November 18, 2010 at 10:00 — 1 Comment

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Hard & Soft Landscapers required – 2 positions available - London

This is a great opportunity for a highly skilled landscaper to advance their career in the Landscaping industry. You will be working for a reputable Landscaping business in West London that offers a flexible work environment and an opportunity to work with a young and vibrant team.

Hard Landscaper

We are looking to recruit a landscaper with excellent knowledge of hard landscaping. You must have the ability to read plans and proven experience in running jobs and… Continue

Added by Phil Voice on May 12, 2010 at 19:46 — No Comments

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Cambridge University Botanic Garden job vacancies

Trainee Technician Scheme

Applications are now being taken for the 2010 Trainee Technician Scheme.

Closing date for applications is Friday 12 March 2010. Interviews will take place in April 2010.

Horticultural Technician - Alpine & Woodland Section

Ref.: BO33

Grade: 4, £20,327-£23,566

Full-time 36.5 hours per week

Candidates should hold four GCSE level passes, National Certificate in Horticulture or equivalent and FEPA spraying certificates PA1… Continue

Added by Phil Voice on March 11, 2010 at 13:12 — No Comments

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New funding opportunity for Scottish land-based industries to invest in an apprentice


Employers in the land-based industries now have the opportunity to receive £1,000 to encourage them to invest in a new apprentice. Lantra, Sector Skills Council for environmental and land-based industries is making business aware of the funding available that is open to apprentices of all ages.

Cabinet Secretary for Education and Lifelong Learning, Michael Russell MSP, announced the offer that will benefit hard-working companies and employers in… Continue

Added by Phil Voice on January 19, 2010 at 9:37 — No Comments

Developing skills and selling snow

As I was looking for some jobs for winter time I started one that will last to Christmas.

The Job itself isnt something that speak to me or to most of us but I learn a lot dayly.

Working in 'Selfridgers' Birmingham as a sales man ( me the Israely selling snow- must be great as a title in my cv).

Or isnt that funny to work as 'snowman'.

Well, not just snow all sort of toys.

The greatest thing for me is that is really developed my confident with demonstrating and… Continue

Added by Ofer El-hashahar on December 1, 2008 at 0:15 — 2 Comments

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Do permament gardening staff deserve higher pay?

There is a vacuum in the gardening world when it comes to quality of the product and the rewards for the talented people, who strive day in day out to present a garden for the joy and relaxation.

Some gardeners, who may live and work in London for example, are forced to scrape by on the minimum wage and are being penalised for choosing this creative career path.

Nurses and Teachers get a lot of column inches when it comes to how bad we perceive their pay to be but the…


Added by Phil Voice on May 16, 2008 at 20:00 — 1 Comment

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