Horticulture Careers launches new website

by | Oct 17, 2018 | Business, News | 0 comments

Horticulture Careers?in association with Garden Centre Retail, is happy to announce the launch of their new jobs portal.
To?satisfy?the growing demand for committed and passionate workers, Horticulture Careers has created a bespoke site.?This includes new features designed for ease of use, and to encourage candidates to keep up with vacancies in real-time.


A modern design makes the site easier to navigate and applications are simpler for the candidate.

Improved company profiles

Jobseekers can choose to follow companies they have an interest in. This allows them to receive notifications when new vacancies come available.

Improved SEO

Search engine optimisation means that our content ranks higher on google and other search engines.


Keep up with industry news and recruitment tips by checking out our blog pages. You can also leave comments and get involved.

CV Library

This feature will be coming in 2019 for recruiters. We provide candidates with encouragement and and incentives to upload their resume. This is so employers can?actively?search for candidates on our database.

Did you know?

Horticulture Careers?is committed?to nurturing the future of the industry. It is working alongside several charities and organisations to address the skills shortage in the industry.?We want to ensure that committed and dedicated professionals continue to grow and thrive for many years to come.
Remember ? It?s a career, not?just?a job.

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