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Working with John O'Conner

John O'Conner is always looking to grow its talented team. We often have positions opening up in our grounds maintenance and landscaping forces, as well as as part of our office and management team. Interested in what working with John O'Conner has to offer you? take a look at our available jobs today.

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John O’Conner offers a range of exciting employment opportunities. We are recognised for our commitment to staff development, training and the personal fulfilment of all employees. If you are interested in joining our team, please take the time to find out more about us from this website.

As a landscaping and grounds maintenance company committed to innovation and ongoing, focused development, there’s rarely a shortage of opportunities for enterprising landscapers to join our growing ranks.

On this page you’ll find all the recruitment information you need if you’re interested in joining us here at John O’Conner. We often post details of available landscaping jobs, gardening jobs and any other career opportunities we have available, so make sure to check back here regularly.

You can also contact John O’Conner about the apprenticeship opportunities we currently offer. Apprentices can gain level 2 or 3 NVQs in their chosen field, with schemes currently focused on horticulture, business administration, and mechanical apprenticeships. We will soon be looking to offer supervisor and operative apprenticeships covering arboriculture, forestry, horticulture and landscaping.

To find out more or to see if an apprenticeship opportunity is right for you, don’t hesitate to contact us. We look forward to hearing from you!

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Hedgerow trees are predominantly ash, oak, field maple, elm, elder, hawthorn, blackthorn and sycamore; reflecting New Forest District Council’s species profile.

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