Horticulturist - Temporary Job Openings by University of British Columbia in Vancouver

Job Title Horticulturist - Temporary Job Openings Vancouver University of British Columbia
Pub Date 15 February 2020
Company University of British Columbia
Location Vancouver

University of British Columbia Hiring 2020 - University of British Columbia is seeking a new official to fill Horticulturist - Temporary, that will be placed in Vancouver. You will definitely get a better prospect along with safer dwell later on. Signing up for this business makes a person can meet the ones aim much easier as well as produce the desire becoming reality.

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University of British Columbia Job Vacancies 2020

Horticulturist - Temporary Job Openings in Vancouver

Job Posting
Job ID:
Location: VancouverPoint Grey Campus
Employment Group:
CUPE 116(Service/Techs/Trades)
Job Category:
TradesCUPE 116
Classification Title:
Business Title:
Faculty of Science
Botanical Grdn & Ctr for Hort.
$29.22 (Hourly)
Full/Part Time: Part-Time
Desired Start Date:
Job End Date:
Funding Type:
Funded by Multiple Sources
Closing Date:
Available Openings:

Temporary, Part-time hourlyweekend Horticulturist
Job Summary
The Horticulturist performs a range of garden or nursery-related activities, including specialized work, in all areas in the Botanical Garden.
Organizational Status
The Horticulturist reports primarily to the Botanical Garden Supervisor, may be under the direction of Curatorial Staff while working in specific areas of Botanical Garden, including but not limited too, Nitobe Memorial Garden, David C. Lam Asian Garden, E.H. Lohbrunner Alpine Garden, Nursery, and North American Collections.
Work Performed
Carries out tasks related to UBC Botanical Gardens involving routine maintenance.
Uses a range of horticultural tools to prepare and maintain UBC Botanical Garden grounds.
Plants trees, shrubs, bulbs, seeds and related plants material.
Conducts investigations, evaluates plants, and applies new and improved methods and techniques relating to cultural requirements, growing procedures, nutritional requirements, production of nursery stock, etc. of plants and species in the area of specialization.
Assists in the propagation of a variety of plant material, identifies and maintains the accessioning and labeling of plant materials and carries out plant and seed collection in the field.
Assists senior horticulturists in conducting investigations, including writing reports/publications related to area of responsibility. May help with emailing participants, collecting, packaging and mailing index seminum requests.
Provides input to the collection of plant material for the advancement of the Botanical Garden collection.
Performs duties such as calculating basic quantities, assists in updating databases and collection, coding, distributing, filing and indexing of plants.
Works in a correct and safe manner and follows established policies and procedures.
Participates in the training of Horticulturist, Labourers, Apprentices, and Student Trainees (including Horticulture Training Program Students).
Carries out any other related duties as required in keeping with the qualifications and requirements of positions in this classification.
Supervision Received
Work is performed under the direction of the Garden Supervisor, Nursery Supervisor, or appropriate senior staff when required, and independently within established guidelines
Supervision Given
May coordinate the work of and provide assistance to employees at lower level classifications.
Consequence of Error/Judgement
The Horticulturist is responsible for the general health and appearance of plants in the garden. Poor performance may result in the loss or diminishment of plants and a reduction in the value of the plant collections to researchers, educators and the community.
Completion of a diploma in Horticulture, a Pesticide Applicator's Certificate, Valid B.C. Driver's License. -Completion of a BC or other provincial, state or national horticulture certifi-cate (1 year) program, diploma (2 year) program, or degree in horticulture or other plant-related discipline; 4 years relevant experience or the equivalent combination of education and experience. A responsible and energetic individual who takes direction and is able to work independently A valid BC Driver's License Must be able to demonstrate sufficient attention to detail in job perform-ance, as well as accuracy in record keeping and labeling, in order to maintain the high standard of horticultural practice required in the Botanical Garden; Knowledge of the precise cultural care required by plants in the Botanical Garden collections is an asset; Good manual dexterity and the ability to work out-of-doors
Equity and diversity are essential to academic excellence. An open and diverse community fosters the inclusion of voices that have been underrepresented or discouraged. We encourage applications from members of groups that have been marginalized on any grounds enumerated under the B.C. Human Rights Code, including sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, racialization, disability, political belief, religion, marital or family status, age, and/or status as a First Nation, Metis, Inuit, or Indigenous person.
All qualified candidates are encouraged to apply; however Canadians and permanent residents will be given priority.

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