Gardening leaders

This role is for gardeners who are self motivated and would enjoy leading a small team of like minded colleagues. It is an advantage to have minimum Level 2 in Horticulture for this position.

This is a casual position and as a Leader you are even more in control of what days and hours you'd like to work. Leaders begin their Weeding Women journey as a Gardening Assistant and after the required experience, training and confidence is gained then further specialist training is carried out to promote you to the next level of Leader. It can take up to three months to have all the skills you need for this position. Of course up until that time you are working, earning and learning as a Gardening Assistant.

If you would like to apply for this position then Click here to fill out our application form and on the top line next to your name, write or type: "Leaders Position".

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

Send your application to

Post to: PO BOX 1111
Gwelup WA 6018

We look forward to hearing from you!

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