Royal Caledonian Horticultural Society
Royal Caledonian Horticultural Society

Charity registered in Scotland SC006522

The Royal Caledonian Horticultural Society has a long and impressive history. Established in 1809 by a group of seventeen Edinburgh worthies for ‘the encouragement and improvement of the best fruit, the most choice flowers and the most useful culinary vegetables‘, the Society has continued to promote all aspects of Scottish horticulture. Current members of the Society, many of whom are experts in their field, share a common interest in gardening and horticulture.

Current vacancies

Horticultural Educator (Grow and Learn in Nature Award)

  • Full time
  • £30,000 – £32,000
  • Various locations in the Central Belt in Scotland
  • Closing 14th August 2022

GLiN Award/Coalfield Regeneration Trust (CRT) partnership project

About us

The Royal Caledonian Horticultural Society (The Caley) was established in 1809 to promote ‘the encouragement and improvement of the best fruit, the most choice flowers and the most useful culinary vegetables’. As a registered Scottish Charity [SC006522], The Caley seeks to encourage meaningful horticultural education for individuals of all abilities. More information on The Caley and our activities can be found here: thecaley.org.uk

The Caley X Coalfield Regeneration Trust (CRT) Partnership was established to help people of all backgrounds and abilities gain new gardening skills that work in harmony with nature through completion of The Caley’s Grow and Learn in Nature (GLiN) Award. We are now looking for a new member to join our small team.

You will support and extend the delivery of the GLiN Award to 6 projects within East Ayrshire and the Central Belt. This role will involve development of a wide range of educational resources as well as administration and marketing duties.

More information about our CRT partnership can be found at: thecaley.org.uk/grow-learn-in-nature.

Full job description is available on our website

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