Jobs with paid training now available in horticulture
Want to work outdoors and have a passion for plants? You can learn on the job and grow your career in horticulture.
Through our ‘earn and learn’ program, you will get a job for at least 12 months with paid training. You could be planting seedlings, pruning plants and working outdoors. No experience is necessary.
We particularly encourage applications from:
- young people aged 18-25
- women 45 and over
- people from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds
- Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people
- people facing long-term unemployment
- people seeking asylum and refugees
- newly arrived migrants from non-English speaking backgrounds; and
- people with disability.
Nursery and garden roles
Got green fingers? We now have roles available in partnership with Nursery and Garden Industry Victoria (NGIV), across Melbourne’s south-eastern and eastern suburbs.
Horticultural roles for young people
Are you aged 18-25 and have relevant experience? The Brotherhood of St Laurence, together with local employers, is looking for young people interested in garden maintenance. You’ll work in a crew of like-minded people to beautify open spaces.