Living Wall Maintenance Technician - 35491

Location : Central London
Salary : 24-28k DOE + Benefits
Vacancy ID : 35491

Living Wall Maintenance Technician

Our client are looking for an additional technician to join their maintenance team. They are looking for someone  who has a genuine interest in plants and are passionate about providing excellent customer service.

The ideal candidate will have previous horticultural experience, and also have PA1 and PA6 certification.

Job Specification

  • The job role will largely consist of regular visits to both commercial and residential properties to inspect the living walls and carry out their maintenance
  • Including: irrigation
  • Calibration
  • Plant pruning and replacement
  • Treatment of pest and diseases

Person Specification

  • Full Clean UK driving licence is essential (over the age of 21 for insurance purposes)
  • Excellent communication skills both written and verbal
  • Team player
  • Hort qualified
  • Excellent customer service skills
  • This role may also involve staying away from home overnight on some occasions
  • PASMA would also be helpful, although full training can be provided
  • Hold a PA1 & PA6

Hours are 07:00 ?? 16:00, Monday to Friday, with 20 days holidays plus bank holidays.

Benefits: Van, company uniform and tools will be provided.

Salary to be between £24,000 and £28,000, depending on experience and qualifications.

Please quote 35491 when speaking with one of our consultants.

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Once again, I would like to extend my thanks to you for being so efficient and focused on my behalf. You have impressed me and have been extremely professional about matching me well with potential opportunities. Should I require staff in my new role... I will be sure to use you.

Simon (Contracts Manager)

I would like to give a big thank you to everyone in the team at Fresh Horticultural Careers for their help throughout my employment with them. Their support was great and helped me enjoy my time whilst working for them.

Ross (Horticulture)