Horticultural Product Specialist

Vacancies Posted 08/12/20
Hutchinsons specialist Horticultural Team advises on all types of top and soft fruit, hops, vines, ornamentals and other horticultural crops, both protected and outdoor.

Hutchinsons specialist Horticultural Team advises on all types of top and soft fruit, hops, vines, ornamentals and other horticultural crops, both protected and outdoor. We are passionate about helping our customers realise their full business potential by providing the best independent agronomic and crop production expertise.

As part of our commitment to support growers to produce great crops, we supply a wide range of sundry items including orchard and vineyard supports, pruning equipment, harvest, spraying and PPE supplies, plant covers, netting, pots, trays and substrates.

We are now looking to recruit a Horticultural Products Specialist to support our national team with these products for use in the fruit, hop, vineyard and commercial horticulture sectors. Good product knowledge linked to a desire to provide great customer service is required. Energetic and motivated, you will be responsible for driving the business forward through direct sales and supporting the team.

Creative and enthusiastic, you will be involved in marketing activities to increase our market penetration and client awareness. Ambitious for growth, you will be supported by our national logistics network and existing suppliers across the complete range of horticultural sundry products.

Creating long term relationships with customers and suppliers will be key; as will working with our internal team to manage product purchasing, stock levels and deliveries.

If you have experience in one or more of the sectors above and are looking for a new challenge in this exciting business then please get in touch.

For a confidential discussion, please call:
Mike Hutchinson Horticultural Director, Hutchinsons on 07831 745252.br> Alternatively, email your CV and covering letter to cynthia.oxford@hlhltd.co.uk.br> (Closing Date 30th January 2021)


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