Gardening Assistants

It doesn't matter to us if you've never worked as a professional gardener before. What's important is that you are passionate about gardening.

This is a casual position. The days that you work are flexible, but a minimum of 3 days per week is required. There are approximately 6-7 gardening hours per day and we start early in the summer months, sometimes as early as 5.30am but more often 6.30-7.00am. It may take some time to work up to 30-35 hours per week (working 5 days) and will depend on your stamina and training requirements.

You will need your own, reliable car for this position.

Full training is provided.

Here is Duty Statement

Click here to fill out our application form and once received, we will carefully process it and get back to you promptly.

Please feel free to add a letter, photo's, certificates and anything you think may support your application.

Send your application to bookings@weedingwomen.com.au.

Post to: PO BOX 747
Osborne Park DC WA 6017

We look forward to hearing from you!


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