Advertisement: Supervisor (Landscape & Horticulture Maintenance)
* Landscape Maintenance Team Leader, inspired design installation
* Permanent Full-time, secure long-term employment, great culture
* Garden Maintenance of high-end, quality, private garden installations
The Role & the Organisation - About our Client
Our Client’s business has been operating for 30 years. They are renowned for their professionalism, quality projects, and superior client service. They’ve created a strong work culture such that employees look forward to going to work in the morning. Business expansion requires the employment of a couple of Landscape Maintenance Gardeners.
Primary Responsibilities of the Role include:
1. Provide manual labour and leadership for the labour team, ensuring the professional maintenance of landscaping projects completed.
2. Motivate and lead the maintenance labour team in all landscape maintenance tasks to the standards A strong focus on OHS practices.
3. Organising, loading, unloading and maintaining tools and vehicles.
4. A professional, friendly Client focus.
5. Management of completion of Maintenance reports and Client Job cards.
6. A great attitude and a “can do” approach means everything.
The Successful Applicant requires the following:
1. A Level III or higher Horticultural qualification,
2. Current certifications including a;
a. WA Construction White/Blue Card,
b. Drivers licence, ideally a MR license,
c. Pesticide licence advantageous
3. Strong communication skills, both verbal and written,
4. The physically fitness to pass a pre-employment medical indicating the ability to undertake manual labour.Applicants must apply in writing and submit a relevant resume.
This has been a paid advertisement on 6th October 2016
Twelve months ago whilst visiting the Pinjarra Garden Festival I met Paul Beveridge for the first time. Paul is the latest breed of growers aiming at the niche market of selling freshly grown vegetables to gardeners so that they can eat what they grow. Paul admits quite openly he is not a horticulturist but an accountant by profession but in a space of twelve months from setting up his business, The Perth Hills Veggie Co has gone from strength to strength and his range of heirloom vegetables is growing too.
Our NextGen group (18-35 years) were treated to a fantastic propagation workshop at the Botanical Gardens and Parks Authority (Kings Park Nursery) yesterday. Over 35 attended and were provided with an enthralling insight into propagating techniques led by Nursery Curator, Amanda Shade and staff from BGPA. Michael Gorman, our NextGen Co-ordinator, spoke about how NGIWA was focused on growing this group and thanked everyone for their great support. Big thanks to our industry partner, Water Corporation, for kindly sponsoring the event. Everyone agreed it was a terrific hands on experience!!
Welcome to Paul and Emma Beveridge of Perth Hills Veggie Co Pty Ltd who have joined NGIWA. Located in Oakford, the Perth Hills Veggie Co Pty Ltd specialise in heirloom vegetable, flower and herb seedlings and living herbs for the wholesale market. Paul has also joined our NextGen WA Group.
NGIWA were delighted to host a two-day tour of the Shrub and Tree Growers of NGIV in July. Sites visited included Domus Nursery, Benara Nurseries, Plantrite, Kings Park Botanical Gardens, Floraplant and Hope Valley Nursery. As part of the visit, NGIWA members were invited to join the touring party for an evening dinner at Little Creatures in Fremantle.
Thank you to Ryan Messny of "Two Feet And A Heartbeat" who presented the invaluable business workshop 'Understanding Your Financials' to our members last month on behalf of SBDC.
Please find attached the pay guide for the 2010 Nursery Award (MA000033).
Pay rates apply from 1st July 2016.
As I started compiling my first round of members to go and visit I was keen to reacquaint my friendship with Kim Bailey. I have known Kim for the best part of twenty years; working closely with him and his team on fertiliser programs at Curtin University, on industry committees and on Curtin 100.1 FM.
Nursery retailers and wholesalers have a lot to do. That’s no secret. From day to day work with the green life to management tasks like ordering, invoicing and inventory, and yes, it can get crazy.