40 hours over 2 week pattern, including some weekends and evenings. Shifts/times TBC. Total hours per week: 40.00
As a Notcutts apprentice you gain so much more than a certificate in Horticulture, you will have decided to play a part in our exciting future. You’ll always be learning new skills in your workplace - all about the horticultural retail industry.
At Notcutts we know that what sets our business apart from the rest is the quality of our people. We will provide the best support to equip you for a great career in retail Horticulture with Notcutts. The aim is for all our apprentices to become the future rising stars within our business with the potential to progress on to level 3 if they have shown necessary commitment and desire.
The role of Horticultural Apprentice is based within the planteria area of our garden centres. You will be working within the outdoor team providing expert advice and guidance to our customers, as well as for generating and maximising sales whilst maintaining a high standard of merchandising standards and customer care.
You will receive:
- A weekly wage of £168.00
- 29 day’s holiday including bank holidays
- Benefits include a generous colleague discount (following successful completion of the probationary period), uniform, company pension, employee assistance programme and free parking
- Working 40 hours per week averaged over a two- week pattern including some bank holidays and weekends.
Some travel to our other locations and colleges, will be required whilst undertaking the apprenticeship. Travel costs will be reimbursed.
Apprenticeship is available at the following location: Woodbridge (IP12 4AF)
Entry requirements - Applicants should have at least 4 GCSEs including English and Maths at grades A-E or 9- 3.
If you are interested in applying for any of the above roles, please let us have a copy of your CV
The closing date for this job offer is on 28/10/2019
This job is located in Woodbridge, Suffolk
More Information and How to Apply
Notcutts is a family-owned business founded in 1897 by Roger Crompton Notcutt. Over the years, Notcutt family members pioneered accessible gardening for all, making a wider variety of plants available to grow in any garden. Meet the family members who made Not...