The Garden Conservancy is a national nonprofit organization dedicated to preserving, sharing, and celebrating America's gardens and diverse gardening traditions for the education and inspiration of the public. Our office is in Garrison, in New York's Hudson Valley.
Job opportunities at The Garden Conservancy
No job postings at this time.
Opportunities at allied organizations around the country:
- Bookkeeper Communication Coordinator, Hollister House Garden, CT
- Maintain accurate records in QuickBooks Online, pay bills and create and update monthly budget reports. Verify and assemble all annual financial data and submit to a tax preparer. Create a mailing list for membership brochure mailing, Create monthly renewal lists and print reminder letters and envelopes, and follow up non-renewals with a Constant Contact email (monthly). Use eTapestry database to assemble target lists, log donations, direct and manage all plant vendor communication for GSW, and assist with plant sale setup and management. Click here to read the full job description and for application instructions.
Posted March 8, 2023
- Seasonal Gardener, Sleepy Cat Farm, CT
- Perform horticultural tasks such as planting, weeding, watering, and mulching of display beds and containers.The seasonal gardener is expected to maintain areas to a high standard. Ability to prune shrubs and perennials. Ability to operate power equipment such as leaf blowers and weed trimmers. Click here to read the full job description and for application instructions.
Posted November 16, 2022
- Horticulturist, Sleepy Cat Farm, CT
- Year-round maintenance of perennial borders, Vines and greenhouse- pruning, weeding, transplanting, watering, and greenhouse maintenance. Collaboration with the Gardening team and Landscape architect as well as owner. Work actively when necessary with other employees on the farm, as well as some vendors. Click here to read the full job description and for application instructions.
Posted November 16, 2022
- Director of Horticulture, Bloedel Reserve, WA
- The Director of Horticulture is responsible for fulfilling the Bloedel Reserve’s horticultural and aesthetic vision based on the Reserve’s guiding documents, i.e., the Heritage Landscape and Character Defining Features Reports. The Director of Horticulture establishes and implements aesthetic and horticultural standards and best practices of garden care and maintenance. Click here to read the full job description and for application instructions.
Posted October 13, 2022