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February 2012

Horticulturist Athlone P/T

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Vacancy Filled

Horticulturist Athlone – Part time

Horticulturist required for a busy Garden Centre in Athlone. Must have very good knowledge of plants and experience of working in a retail environment. Excellent English essential.

Location: Westmeath
Wage/Salary: Neg
Start: asap
Duration: 6 months temporary, every weekend and 1 or 2 mid week days

Horticulturist Carrickmines P/T

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Vacancy Filled

Horticulturist Carrickmines – Part time

Horticulturist required for a busy Garden Centre in Carrickmines. Must have very good knowledge of plants and experience of working in a retail environment. Excellent English essential.

Location: Dublin
Wage/Salary: Neg
Start: asap
Duration: 6 months temporary, every weekend and 2 days mid week days

Horticulturist Tralee

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Horticulturist Tralee

Vacancy Filled

Horticulturist required for a busy Garden Centre in Tralee. Must have very good knowledge of plants and experience of working in a retail environment. Excellent English essential.

Location: Kerry
Wage/Salary: 21k
Start: asap
Duration: permanent
Type: Full Time

Horticulturist Swords

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Horticulturist Swords

Vacancy Filled

Horticulturist required for a busy Garden Centre in Swords. Must have very good knowledge of plants and experience of working in a retail environment. Excellent English essential.

Location: Dublin
Wage/Salary: 21k
Start: asap
Duration: permanent
Type: Full Time

Recruiting Winners

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James Gibbons Recruitment- Recruiting Winners

“Congratulations to James Brady, Horticulturist on Woodies DIY, Navan being voted Garden Centre of the year 2011”
Navan is top Woodie’s garden centre

Woodie’s DIY Navan was named Garden Centre of the Year for 2011/2012 at the annual Woodie’s DIY Garden Centre of the Year Awards.

Ray Colman, CEO of Woodie’s DIY, said: “Gardening is such an important part of our business and the Navan horticultural team impressed the judges throughout the year, achieving top marks across all judging criteria.”

Paddy Gleeson, Woodie’s DIY horticulturist consultant, further added: “The high standards achieved by the top 20 stores made judging very difficult. James Brady’s knowledge, expertise and experience lead the way in the competition, making Woodie’s DIY, Navan very worthy winners.”

Woodie’s DIY is an Irish-owned company and a retail division of Grafton Group plc. Over 95 per cent of their plants are sourced from Irish nurseries throughout the country.

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