MorePeople have published results of its 2020 salary survey with job satisfaction as the number one priority ahead of salary.
This year’s HW careers guide starts with Dr Steve Dowbiggin detailing latest efforts to attract younger people to working in horticulture as well as further action that still needs to be taken.
Nearly one in four (24%) horticulture employees believe their employer does not communicate its brand effectively, according to a new study.
A team from Norfolk college Easton and Otley will be travelling to Estonia to represent the UK in a horticultural skills challenge.
Student James Pike, has won a £1,000 British Protected Ornamentals Association - Peter Seabrook Bursary.
Have your say in the 2020 Annual Jobs Survey from Wonderful Workplaces for a chance to win an Apple Watch Series 5 worth £399.
Is it your dream to lead a public horticulture institution one day? Longwood Gardens outside Philadelphia, USA, is looking for high-potential future leaders to join its fellows programme.
English Heritage Belsay Hall & Castle, Belsay, Ponteland, Northumberland, NE20 0DX
Flowers Galore and More London (Greater)
Private Estate - Norfolk Central Norfolk
Live-in Gardener - Harrogate, North Yorkshire
Private Garden Harrogate, North Yorkshire
Plant Heritage Officer
Adur and Worthing Councils Highdown Gardens, Worthing, West Sussex
Making your job application stand out can be key to landing a senior or head gardener position, Alan Sargent explains.