Seasonal Gardener

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Start Date: 7/29/2019  Compensation: $15/Hour

Nature of Work

The Seasonal Gardener installs and maintains all parks, gardens, courtyards, roof tops, patios, community gardens, tree pits and containers owned or managed by CHDC. The
Gardener assesses all planted areas for annual, perennial and tree planting. The gardener is responsible for indoor plants throughout out the year and seasonal holiday displays.

Responsibilities/Duties

Responsibilities

annuals planting

  • Plant, maintain and oversee diverse plantings of trees, shrubs, perennials, grasses, bulbs and
  • Hand water and monitor irrigation of plantings as required
  • Perform seasonal landscape work including fertilization, pruning, weeding/clean up,

annuals and bulbs, dividing and transplanting and leaf removal

  • Observe tree conditions and coordinated with tree company for tree care

  • Maintain indoor plants and installs seasonal holiday displays
  • Install new garden projects
  • Interact with public in a courteous manner;
  • Efficiencies in time management and project completion;
  • Assist with community wide events, leading groups of volunteers;
  • Working some weekend hours

Qualifications/Requirements

QUALIFICATIONS:

  • Minimum of one year of professional field experience and/or horticultural school;
  • Ability to take direction and work well with others;
  • Ability to lift up to 40lb.
  • Energetic, motivated and hardworking
  • Ability to work in all weather conditions;
  • Ability to juggle different and diverse projects at one time
  • Ability to work well and communicate with a diverse community

Minimum Qualifications

Experience in gardening and design of public spaces. Familiarity with planting and gardening in an urban environment .

Knowledge, Abilities and Skills

Familiarity with planting and gardening in New York City

Additional Information

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Contact Information

Clinton Housing Development Company
Email: applications@clintonhousind.org
Phone: 212-967-1644