Spring Meadow Nursery proudly employs some of the best people in the horticulture industry. We value teamwork, ingenuity, fresh ideas, and of course, hard work. We are proud of our high degree of employee loyalty, and many team members spend the better part of their career working here. We offer a positive, dynamic work environment, competitive wages and benefits, and the chance to work with outstanding people and plants in some of the best greenhouse facilities in North America. At Spring Meadow, you will be trusted to make the right decisions for your role and encouraged to share your ideas to improve all aspects of our business.
At present, we have the following opportunities to join our team:
1) Assistant Growing Manager. This position works closely with the growing manager to plan and implement all work relating to plant growth and care after material is received from the propagation department. The assistant growing manager is responsible for ensuring that crops meet their target finish dates and that all plant material meets specifications prior to shipping. Read the complete job description here; interested candidates should send a cover letter and CV to Dave Joeright.
2) Assistant Greenhouse Production Manager. A fantastic opportunity to joing our propagation department, this fast paced, hands-on position will help manage all aspects of woody plant propagation at Spring Meadow. Read the complete job description here; interested candidates should send a cover letter and CV to Gail Berner.
Recruiting for seasonal positions begins each year in early March. We fill dozens of positions in stock, propagation, shipping, and growing. Experience is not necessary, though a good attitude is imperative. We offer competitive pay, clean, safe working conditions, and productivity and loyalty bonuses.
Spring Meadow offers college student internships in three production departments: propagation, growing, and stock. Interns rotate between these three areas to gain a well-rounded perspective of the full production cycle. Our internship program is designed to give students the opportunity to combine what they've learned in their coursework with practical experience in one of North America's largest woody plant propagation nurseries. Our goal is that a Spring Meadow internship would lead to future employment for the student. Our paid internships typically run from May-August/September. Onsite housing is available for a fee, or we can assist in finding suitable local living arrangements if needed. Students from other countries who can get permission to work in the US are welcome to apply.
Interested candidates should e-mail a cover letter and CV to intern coordinator and stock manager Matt Carlton.
Learn more about the intern experience at Spring Meadow in our video: