Vacancies & Volunteering

Vacancies and Volunteering

We’re here to get more people growing organically and by becoming part of our team, either in a paid or voluntary position, you can help us to make a change for the better.

Work for Garden Organic

If you are interested in working for us we have employment opportunities ranging from Horticultural Management positions to Project Coordinators. We’re always keen to receive applications from enthusiastic individuals with a hardworking approach. We can offer a flexible and supportive workplace, with a range of benefits from pensions and childcare vouchers to training and personal development. We also have plenty of organic fruit and veg on hand!

Garden Organic is a disability confident employer and will guarantee that if a disabled applicant meets the essential criteria for the job (as detailed in the job description) they will automatically be given the opportunity to demonstrate their abilities at an interview.
 

Application Closing Date:
Wednesday, 8 December 2021

Garden Organic is working in partnership with a number of organisations to deliver the Tyfu Dyfi project – food, nature, and well-being project structured around the UNESCO designated Dyfi Biosphere; an area in mid-Wales encompassing parts of Gwynedd, Ceredigion, and Powys. As part of the project, we are looking for an outgoing Project Coordinator to support Volunteer Master Gardeners in their activity promoting, inspiring and supporting food growing with local communities.

Application Closing Date:
Wednesday, 8 December 2021

Garden Organic is working in partnership with a number of organisations to deliver the Tyfu Dyfi project – food, nature, and well-being project structured around the UNESCO designated Dyfi Biosphere; an area in mid-Wales encompassing parts of Gwynedd, Ceredigion, and Powys. As part of the project, we are looking for an outgoing Project Worker to support the delivery of food growing within the local community.

Application Closing Date:
Sunday, 12 December 2021

We’re looking for a self-motivated, ambitious and experienced membership professional to help us engage and grow our membership base. You will lead and inspire our membership team to nurture relationships with our members and deliver a consistently excellent level of service. You will develop our membership structure to ensure it meets the needs of our current and future members. You will take ownership of the charity’s database, identifying ways to use the database to deliver efficiencies and improvements in service, and understand how the information held within it can inform our future strategy.

Application Closing Date:
Thursday, 30 June 2022

Our volunteers are a key part of the charity. We seek Volunteers to support us through a select range of projects, from maintenance assistance in our Demonstration Garden to behind the scenes work in the fabulous Heritage Seed Library. There are also opportunities to support projects within your local area.