Horticulture Managers are responsible for the running of horticultural activities that can include: commercial or production horticulture, gardens or city parks designing and maintaining.
A diploma or Degree in Horticulture or related subject is an asset, along with solid experience in this field. As a matter expert, you will conduct cultivation and planting evaluation, manage big park or public spaces designing and building, develop new products or services to launch in the market.
As a Manager, you will be then responsible for your staff (recruitment, training and assessment) and you will be also accountable for reaching company targets and requirements.
Horticulture Manager Cover Letter
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Dear HR / Recruitment Manager,
Application for the vacancy of Horticulture Manager.
I am presenting my CV for the position advertised (where the job was found). Thanks to my experience and background, I believe I could be the perfect fit for your company.
As you can better see from the enclosed resume, I have been a Horticulture Professional for the past XX years. Since I was young, I tried to develop my passion for plants and cultivation in general and I have started to build up my career after my Diploma/Degree in XX.
I have experience in all Horticulture specifics: from garden designing to crops and plants cultivation. My trees, plants, flowers and shrubs knowledge is wide and I am always attending courses and specific training to enhance these skills. With my previous colleagues and supervisors, I have developed many projects and plans, either for the public or for the private sector.
I am available for an interview at a time convenient for you, and I would be pleased to attend for interview at your convenience to allow me to discuss my experience and qualities further. My full contact details can be found on my CV.
Many thanks for your time, and I hope to hear from you in the near future.