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Assistant Head Gardener Job

Location UK, North West England, Cheshire
Sector Private Households & Estates
Job Role Gardener
Job Type Permanent
Employment Type Full-time
Salary Negotiable
Job Number  88616
Created 02 December 2020

Assistant Head Gardener Job nr Crewe Cheshire - Exclusive to Greycoat Lumleys 2021 start

An experienced and responsible Assistant Head-Gardener is required to work in a private garden and landscape in Cheshire. It is an exciting opportunity to work in a newly planted garden within an existing established landscape setting.

The position is full time and he/she will be required to work alongside other garden staff. They should have excellent horticultural and grounds-management knowledge and be happy to coordinate with external contractors, as required, for specialist horticultural projects. Whilst there will be external maintenance and service contractors for items such as the irrigation, lake, cascades, lighting, sheep grazing and various energy elements; they would be expected to gain a working understanding of relevant equipment for the day to day management.

The site incorporates existing woodland, newly planted woodland copses, mature specimen trees, mixed shrub and herbaceous, formal and informal planting, formal lawns, a wetland area, cascades, meadow, grazed parkland and a new large lake. There is a river running through the site, as well as a walled garden planted with annuals, fruit and vegetables, along with an ornamental pool, glasshouse, potting shed and chicken / rabbit coop.

The successful candidate will be expected to maintain the grounds to the highest horticultural standards throughout the seasons and have a sound understanding of general garden machinery, their uses and maintenance. They should be willing to undertake training as required and qualifications in spraying (PA1 and PA6), hedge-cutting and chainsaw use would be an advantage. They should have a clear understanding of the relevant Health and Safety Regulations, environmental management, manual handling and risk assessment.

Candidates must have excellent interpersonal skills, be self-motivated and capable of working as part of a team, have a valid driving license and be comfortable around animals.

References will be required + Enhanced DBS check

Competitive salary subject to experience

Role to commence in Spring 2021

Contact Laura Harrall Regional Consultant for Cheshire 01298 600 414 laura@greycoatlumleys.co.uk

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