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206 Manor Place SE173BN
Posted: 12 May 2023
Deadline: 25 Jun 2023
Compensation: £12.00 per hour
Weekend Garden & Plant Centre Supervisor
Hours: Weekends and bank holidays; dependent on season, daylight hours and events calendar Wage: £12.00 per hour, with a guaranteed minimum of 42 hours per month.
This is a part-time role reporting to the Plant Centre Manager.
Walworth Garden is a charity dedicated to knowledge and nurture. We aim to improve lives by providing excellent learning and horticultural therapy in a garden that is open to all.
Walworth Garden is a registered charity and Company limited by guarantee. The Charity is governed by a voluntary Board of Trustees. Our main charitable work includes horticultural training for people not in work or education and horticultural therapy for vulnerable and disabled adults. We provide services that individuals or other organisations pay for in order to generate surplus income to support our charitable work.
Walworth Garden works with some of the most vulnerable in society and safeguarding is of paramount importance. All staff will undergo a DBS check.
You’ll be joining a growing, passionate team, and enjoy a range of perks including:
We particularly welcome applications from those identifying with groups currently under-represented within horticulture.
Please see the full job description, person specification, and full details on how to apply on our website at: https://walworthgarden.org.uk/weekend-garden-plant-centre-supervisor
This is a rolling recruitment process and this posting will be closed once a suitable candidate has been identified.
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About Walworth Garden
Walworth Garden is a charity dedicated to knowledge and nurture. Open to everyone, our award-winning gardens provide an oasis in the heart of Southwark, where people come to relax, learn and grow.Through gardening education, training and therapy, we also provide opportunities and support for members of the local community, including vulnerable and disabled adults, those who’ve suffered traumatic experiences, and unemployed people looking to improve their professional skills and qualifications.