Competitive Pay, Spanish speaker friendly, Year-round employment
Puget sound plants is the leading wholesale plant grower in Washington with 5 growing locations and 2 sales locations. We have been in business for nearly 40 years and pride ourselves on providing an open and enriching work environment. We are looking for an enthusiastic person who can thrive in a fast-paced work environment.
Please apply in person between 8:30 a.m. to 2 p.m., Monday through Friday, or email your resume to Joe@psplants.com. Nursery Location 9615 192nd Street SE Snohomish, WA 98296.
HarpScapes Gardening is seeking a part-time gardener to join our small garden maintenance team and help care for lovely residential gardens in the Bellevue, Kirkland and Redmond areas. Our work involves ornamental pruning, deadheading, raking, weeding, mulching and planting. We also design and maintaining gorgeous seasonal and year-round containers. We don’t do lawns or edging.
For this job a horticulture background, basic knowledge of plants and pruning, and/or current enrollment in horticulture classes would be ideal but is not necessary. Just as importantly is your positive attitude, reliability, attention to detail, a willingness to learn and ability to interact responsibly with our team and clients. On the job training will be provided.
We generally work at several gardens each day. We like to start early and end early though start and finish times may vary with the seasons. Hours per week range from 10 to up to 30 (2-5 days per week) depending on time of year… if you have limited availability but are still intersted in this job I will work with you to establish a schedule that works best for you.
Other requirements : your own vehicle with valid drivers license, a good pair of pruners and willing and able to work in all weather.
Base starting pay is $18.50/hr (more with experience) with opportunities for increases at 6 months and a year.
If you have flexibility in your schedule and this sounds like a good fit for you please send your resume or qualifying information about yourself and your experience level to email@example.com or contact me directly at (425) 445-7819
Susan Harp, HarpScapes Gardening LLC
Greenstone Designs. This is a seasonal position to start in April and end in late October with the possibility of becoming a permanent position. The Exterior Plant Technician’s primary responsibility is to perform exterior horticultural maintenance at our client’s locations. This includes, but is not limited to; soil prep, planting, watering, grooming, pruning, plant cleaning and identifying pests and /or disease .
Ma Petite Gardens, LLC is a Snohomish garden design/landscape company. Job sites range from Seattle to Marysville. Duties vary per job but can include compost spreading, planting, edging, light pruning, weeding. Can be somewhat flexible with hours. This is an independent contractor position (you pay your own taxes).
$20-$25/hr depending on experience. Please send work experience/resume for consideration.
Oxbow is located on 240 acres of forest and grassland bordered by Western Washington’s Snoqualmie River. We use this mixed landscape for many things.
Produce food. We cultivate 12 acres of certified organic mixed vegetable crops, herbs, and flowers using agro-ecological principles and engage in research to inform conservation agriculture practices. We grow food for local grocery stores, restaurants, hunger relief, a CSA program, and an on-site seasonal Farm Stand.
Grow native plants. We operate a native plant nursery that uses sustainable growing methods to produce plants for habitat restoration projects and urban landscapes. We share our knowledge to encourage increased production and use of natives in the Pacific Northwest, and beyond.
Connect children to nature. We offer education programs for children pre-K through high school to build environmental literacy and provide students with opportunities to learn about the links between agriculture, conservation, and the environment.
Restore and sustain habitat. We carry out ecological restoration projects and partner with scientists, regional planners, and other environmental organizations to learn how humans can benefit from the land while protecting biodiversity.
Cultivate community. We offer people of all ages opportunities to put their values into action as we promote climate resilience and encourage healthy food systems. We foster community through volunteer opportunities, Membership, a Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) program, workshops & tours, and special events.
For more information on the current openings and how to apply please visit our employment resource page.
Small woman-owned professional organic landscaping company looking for skilled help.
Shooting Star Gardens, llc is a small residential garden design and build company that
uses only organic methods. Really. The position available is that of a jane or jack of all
trades, primarily maintenance, some pruning, small installations, mulching, renovations.
Everyday is different. We build interesting gardens. Nothing is run of the mill. We don’t
own any gas machines, we don’t offer regular lawn care. We are a growing company. There is room for you to grow in it.
The position is currently part-time, about 15-35+ hours a week. There is some flexibility
and increased hours based on company needs and your skills. Duties include: manual
weeding, pruning, raking, creating new beds, mulching, planting, hauling compost,
gravel, sand or woodchips, hauling away sod, digging rain gardens. Fairly limited
ladder work. Must be able to lift 50 pounds easily and 80 lbs safely. Experience not
necessary but educational background in gardening or horticulture, architecture, and/or
construction desired and rewarded.
Pay range is $17-25 per hour DOE and education.
Equal opportunity employer. Racial and sexual minorities are encouraged to apply.
Send me a note firstname.lastname@example.org South Shoreline Base of Operation.
Health and Dental insurance and Vacation avail for 3/4 time staff.
Shooting Star Gardens We are a small woman owned organic garden company. We
focus on native and edible intimate gardens for your family and habitat for pollinators.
Flexible Hours. Although we can provide general dates/times to be “plugged-in” for
position, we ask that you have some flexibility in regards to answering questions from
staff, working more hours as-needed on busier weeks/seasons, etc.
Proficiency with Excel, quickbooks, and/or other accounting software tools. We use
tool called Jobber for scheduling and invoicing and can train you in use of this program
Pay depends on experience. $18-20/hour to start, evaluate after 6 months. We work
approximately 51 weeks of the year and are closed the last week of the year. More
info in PTO document. Your
paid time off will start after 6 months. We currently don’t have paid holidays. We will guarantee
you approximately 15 hours of work a week through the slow season. Health Insurance is
available after 3 months.
To apply send resume and cover letter to email@example.com
Clark Horticultural is an organic landscape management business that focuses on
aesthetic pruning and regularly scheduled residential landscape maintenance. Our
crews of trained gardeners offer tree services, garden care, renovations, design and
installations, fruit tree pruning, pest and disease diagnosis and organic treatment. We
seek to provide safe, organic, quality garden care for clients who value and pay for the
highest standards. Clark Horticultural offers a professional and committed work environment that includes competitive pay, training and equipment, and professional development.
Do you enjoy hands on work outdoors? Do you take great satisfaction in working safely
and organically with nature to create and maintain beautiful landscapes? Then this is
the job for you. Based in Port Angeles, the North Olympic Peninsula’s premier landscape management company seeks a gardener with a mature attitude, a team spirit, a friendly face, a
learning mindset, and a strong work ethic. Clark Horticultural offers this opportunity to
work with nature and with others who love plants to someone who holds themselves to
high standards of quality and strives to ensure the client's delight with the results. This
position is for a person who will enjoy the satisfaction in producing safe, organic, quality
garden care with a team.
As a Horticultural Crew Member you will work with a small crew of gardeners in
residential landscape and garden maintenance. You will help address seasonal
gardening needs on site and report work details, perform regular activities such as
weeding, mowing, trimming and edging, planting, pruning, deadheading and mulching.
You will be responsible for the safe and careful use of vehicles and power equipment.
To apply for this position please send a cover letter and resume to
Natural Greenscapes LLC is a small business based in Kenmore and services clients mostly on the Eastside ranging from Mercer Island to Woodinville, plus a few in Seattle as well. Our fine-gardening division prides on holistic and organic garden stewardship with emphasis on pruning plants the right way at the right time. We focus on seasonal containers in spring and fall. We do not mow nor provide lawn maintenance services.
Required - A background in horticulture and a comprehensive knowledge of landscape plants, best practices for planting, pruning, fertilizing and soil health.
Being a small company, we look for the best fit as we all work closely together and work hard.
We train on the job as well. After 1 year, company sponsored CPH exam / Eco-Pro exam / Master Pruner program and other educational workshops. After 2 years, retirement benefits are available. Compensation: $20-$25, DOE.
Email back at firstname.lastname@example.org with a short introduction of yourself, a resume and explain your ability in general to perform the listed duties in the job description.
Internships offer valuable experience in a variety of fields. Updated regularly.
This position at Bastyr University will coordinate with K-12 schools (especially tribal and title I schools) to schedule, plan and implement seasonal field trips rooted in the tend, gather, & grow curriculum/principles. Note: depending on COVID-19, these field trips may be offered virtually or in-person. Design, research and compose ethnobotany adventures written curriculum and activities for K-12 classrooms, to be offered through the sacred seeds virtual education portal. Design, film and edit engaging educational videos for virtual sacred seeds offerings and maintain youtube channel.
Hiring Range $14.00 to $16.00 per hour
Location Kenmore Campus
Work Schedule flexible, 4.5 hours per week
Please visit the school jobs website for more information and how to apply.
Sander Groves Landscaping is a high-end residential landscape company. Our Seasonal Color Department is looking for a creative, energetic person to help install and maintain seasonal color plantings at East side accounts.
Must possess a great attention to detail, excellent communication and organizational skills, a good work ethic, and be able to perform tasks independently and in team environment. Horticultural experience beneficial. WSDL and clean driving record required. Full time / Part time with flexibility and Benefits. Wage DOE.
Call Michele B. Walker, Seasonal Color Manager
The application for the 2021 Mentorship in Sustainable Agriculture at Carnation Farms is now open until end of day February 4, 2021.
Applicants should be committed to becoming a farmer and eager to learn in order to reach their goals. They should be comfortable following instruction and guidance from the Carnation Farms Mentors and other Carnation Farms staff, working outdoors in adverse weather conditions, operating heavy equipment, and learning in a classroom academic environment. Preference is given to applicants who demonstrate experience in one or more seasons of farming or in an agricultural food production setting. The program requires physical work, including the ability to lift 50 pounds. Since shared onsite bunk-style housing is provided at an affordable rate, the applicant must work and live cooperatively and harmoniously in community. Carnation Farms will accept five farmers-in-training for 2021.
Farmers-in-training will be paid a stipend of $1095 (gross before taxes) every other week. Housing (rent and utilities) on Carnation Farms property is provided at an affordable rate, available April 2 to November 30, 2021. Those choosing not to live onsite will need to make their own living arrangements at their own cost. Because of space limitations, we are unable to provide housing for spouses, partners, or children. Also, we are unable to accommodate pets. Carnation Farms provides workers compensation insurance and company-paid holidays. Health insurance and other benefits normally provided to full-time employees are not provided.
February 4, 2021 Deadline is midnight to submit Application Form and resume
February 8, 2021 We will shortlist candidates and contact to schedule an interview.
February 10-17, 2021 Onsite or virtual interviews at Carnation Farms, offers extended.
April 2-4, 2021 Move-in for shared onsite housing.
April 8, 2021 Mentorship program begins.
The application for the 2021 season is here Mentorship Application
Please contact our Director of Agriculture Production Tiffany Cooper
Mon-Fri, 7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Mon-Fri, 6 a.m. to 10 p.m.
Sat, 6 a.m. to 6 p.m.