At our Bishop Auckland and Durham City sites, we have a small garden areas that requires some attention. We have a small fund to support with purchasing materials and are looking for a keen gardener to lead on this project with the support of some of the people that access our service.
We are open to ideas from how the space can be better utilised but our initial thoughts were to create a living wall, planters, bird boxes, fruit trees, vegetables that can mainly grow up on canes, herb garden. We would also like a memory tree, flowers that attract wildlife and a seating area.
Keen and knowledgeable gardener with suitable experience
Passionate about making the of most outdoor spaces
Honest and committed
Good time keeping
Able to work as part of a team, on own initiative and to instruction
An understanding of Humankind – information is available on our website and you can call a specific project to make enquires
Access to gardening equipment that can be used as part of the role
Able to commit to a minimum of one month to be able to carry out the majority of the work
Our workplace values are:
• Honest: we are open and realistic, building trusted relationships in which we challenge, collaborate and change.
• Committed: we are passionate about being the best that we can be, and we do this by keeping people at the heart of everything that we do.
• Inventive: we are ambitious, drawing together skills and resources to innovate and adapt in determined pursuit of our mission.
Our Bishop Auckland site is Saddler House, 4 Saddler St, Bishop Auckland DL14 7BH
Our Durham City site is Centre for Change, 81-88 Whinney Hill, Durham, DH1 3BQ
We would prefer someone to do this through the week
Out of pocket expenses reimbursed
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