Local horticulture jobs are updated weekly.
We are looking for an experienced, hard-working leader to help manage and work with our landscape maintenance teams caring for the most exceptional landscapes in the Pacific Northwest. Strong leadership and a collaborative teamwork approach is critical to the success of this position.
This is a full-time position. We are as committed to the growth of our employees as we are to the landscapes we build. We offer a full suite of competitive benefits which are outlined below.
Please note: Any offer of employment will be dependent upon the ability to verify identity and eligibility to work in the U.S.; and to pass both a background check and drug test.
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NW Bloom is a multifaceted organization which needs a team member that can be responsible for the correspondence and communication to the public as well as internally with our clients and crews. The ideal candidate would have excellent communication and organizational skills, proven ability to manage multiple projects in a fast paced, deadline driven environment.
Responsibilities would include online marketing efforts including website updates and social media channels including Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and email marketing, Mailchimp, analytic reports. Content management and research experience a plus. Must be self-motivated, yet work well in a team atmosphere. Skills/Qualifications: Microsoft Office Software, social media experience with Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, MailChimp, Facebook Ads, and basic WordPress skills. Environmental and social justice experience a plus. This is a PT position with flexible schedule. Salary DOQ.
Our versatile earth stewarding crew works on a variety of projects ranging from sustainable construction projects which may include stormwater management to permaculture installations to masonry, as well as farm work which could include nursery operations, land management, animal husbandry and food production. Every day is unique and requires the ability to be present, focused and have a good work ethic- in all weather conditions, whether alone or in a team. Good physical health and strength is a requirement, as the job is demanding in that capacity. Other requirements include WA drivers license and good driving record.
Any experience in construction trades is helpful and knowledge in horticulture, professional permaculture or sustainable agriculture trades a plus. Salary DOQ.
Supervisor’s Title: Heronswood Curator/Assistant Director
Average Hours Per Week: 40
Date of Creation: December 2018
The Gardener III leads Heronswood garden staff in the daily horticultural duties required to maintain a botanic garden and works with the Director and Assistant Director to recognize gardening tasks that are in need of attention. This position’s primary duties are carried out independently and require significant knowledge of horticulture and plant selection for Pacific Northwest gardens, plant biology, binomial nomenclature, taxonomy, and pest and weed identification and management.
The worker is frequently subject to outside environmental conditions and often subject to inside environmental conditions, which provide protection from weather conditions but not necessarily from temperature changes.
Must perform the essential duties and responsibilities with or without reasonable accommodation efficiently and accurately without causing a significant safety threat to self or others. The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by employees assigned to this classification; they are not intended to be construed as an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties, and/or skills required of all personnel so classified.
Pacific Landscape Management is a locally-owned provider of high quality landscape design, installation, maintenance and irrigation to a wide range of HOA’s, residential, and commercial properties. Started in 1992, we have grown to become a regional leader in the Pacific Northwest by building a team of great people who deliver the utmost in trust, competence, and customer service. We offer many career opportunities for motivated, hard-working individuals.
We are currently seeking an individual to join a team of landscape maintenance personnel executing high-end residential and estate garden maintenance. This role will primarily be to assist in routine maintenance activities. However, the right candidate for this position will have a comprehensive understanding of correct horticultural practice as to implement proper pruning techniques, lawn care, and ornamental plant maintenance in very unique and elaborately landscaped gardens. This position will be rewarding, have excellent training and mentorship, and great potential for advancement.
Applicant must meet the following requirements for consideration:
Pay Rate: $20+ depending on experience/education
Benefits: paid vacation, continuing education, and medical
Please submit resume and cover letter highlighting your experiences involved in the maintenance of high-end gardens and/or education in the field of plant care to:
Pacific Landscape Management
The Nursery Production Technician will assist the nursery management team in all aspects of native plant production throughout the year. The position requires someone able to take on responsibility, work quickly with attention to detail, a background and interest in botany, horticulture, nursery science and/or environmental stewardship, and an enthusiasm for native plants and their production.
The ideal candidate will have practical plant propagation/production experience, strong comprehension of plant physiology and the unique challenges of native plant propagation, familiarity with plant ID and nomenclature. They also will be a creative problem solver with the ability to develop or seek out innovative approaches and ideas. The Oxbow Native Plant Nursery is part of a larger non-profit organization. A commitment to Oxbow’s overall mission and working as part of a team is critical to the role.
Renaissance Tree Care is currently looking for a qualified individual to become a
member of our tree care team. We are a small family owned business who have been servicing
the greater Seattle and surrounding areas since 1995. This position offers competitive
hourly wages based on skill level and experience; with regular opportunities for increases
and skill growth provided by the company. Work is completed Monday through
Wednesday, 7:30am to 3:30pm - with the occasional opportunity for overtime.
All applicants must possess the following skills in some capacity. Renaissance Tree Care is willing to work and invest in individuals to strengthen certain core skills an applicant might be weaker in.
PLEASE NOTE: 90% of the work related to this job is done outdoors; all year long and in all weather conditions that do not pose a safety risk. Employees are expected to provide their own clothing and weather gear to allow them to function in a variety of weather conditions and arrive to work prepared for that day’s challenges.
Renaissance Tree Care will provide all additional equipment required to complete work.
This position is great for current or recently graduated environmental studies students, current industry professionals looking for additional work or a chance to lay the groundwork for a career in aborial sciences.
Please submit a resume and cover letter to email@example.com
Here We Grow Again! Do you have a passion for floral design and legendary customer service? If so, then come and work in a rewarding environment with the best selection of flowers in town! Metropolitan Market is a progressive, upscale grocery-retailer and one of the best places to work in the Pacific Northwest. We provide outstanding employment opportunities in a healthy and rewarding environment. We are a company recognized within our industry for approaching our business with freshness and quality. We are seeking passionate floral designers to join our team. If you possess a strong work ethic, extensive product knowledge, and love to interact with people, then come and join our team!
To be a qualified applicant, you must have the following:
As assistant manager of IFA Nurseries Canby bareroot facility you will be one-half of the management team responsible for growing high-quality conifer seedlings that are essential in sustainably regenerating Oregon’s forests. This position offers the opportunity to develop leadership skills though managing transplanting and packing crews while working towards propagating high quality seedlings for our customers. Be a part of a team that seeks to drive our industry forward through innovative thinking and the consistent production of high-quality conifer seedlings.
To apply please send a resume to Tcushman@ifanurseries.com
Internships offer valuable experience in a variety of fields. Updated weekly.
Eshraghi Nursery is a grower of woody ornamentals, specializing in Japanese maples and grafted conifers. We produce both container and field grown material on 300 acres in Hillsboro, Oregon. We are now offering paid work experience from June to August for students studying agriculture, horticulture or related fields. Our college internship provides hands-on work experience in all areas of nursery production. Work will rotate through all aspects of the nursery: field work (staking and weeding), Shipping, Propagation and Sales (data entry).
Please send cover letter and resume via email or mail to the following:
Eshraghi Nursery, LLC
26985 SW Farmington Rd.
Hillsboro, OR. 97123
The Heronswood Garden Horticultural Internships provide candidates the opportunity to expand their horticultural and plant identification knowledge, improve their gardening skills and use of horticultural tools and equipment, and develop their professional network. Interns work under the direction of Garden Director Dan Hinkley and alongside highly experienced professional gardeners in a working botanical garden.
The Heronswood Internship Program originally began in 1993. Heronswood Garden Interns have gone on to hold positions of prominence across the United States.
Now under the ownership of the Port Gamble S’Klallam Tribe and the management of the tribe’s Foundation, the Internship Program was re-launched in 2015. Internships run a minimum of three months, include free accommodations at the Garden, and the compensation reflects Washington State minimum wage. We will work with a candidate’s school calendar as needed.
Applicants must be able to do physical labor outdoors, possess a valid driver's license, and be available to work the full term of their internship, including regular weekend shifts. Hours are 8:00am to 4:30pm, Wednesday through Sunday. After hours academic research is a required component of the program.
Work activities include:
Research and expansion of plant knowledge:
To receive an internship application, contact Nathan Lamb at firstname.lastname@example.org
For more information, go to the American Public Gardens Association website.
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