Job Opportunities In Flower Shops
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O'Neills Flowers - Carlingford & Cloghogue
Interested in joining our Team here at O'Neill's?
We're looking for experienced Florists to join our team both in Willville, Carlingford and in Mulkerns, Cloghogue.
Send your CV to firstname.lastname@example.org for further information!
Full Time Florist Required – Ranelagh
"Flowers on the Avenue", Helen Turkington interiors at Dunville Avenue Dublin 6
The position available is to fill in for the full time florist free-lance Florist to take over during Holidays and busy times, Casual hours,
For further information regarding the position you can contact Anne directly on her mobile 0872380458
Part Time Experienced Florist - Leopardstown Shopping Centre
We are hiring! Fleurtatious are looking for a part time florist to join our team. Candidate must be friendly, enthusiastic with fluent written and spoken English. A minimum of 3 years experience is needed.
Please send your C.V to email@example.com
Part Time Florist Position Kilmainham Dublin 8
We are looking to employ a florist to provide assistance with our new online florist business- Mini Flowers, based in Kilmainham, Dublin 8.
The right person will be required to design, arrange and compile floral bouquets on a part time basis. We are flexible with hours and can accommodate a person with time restrictions. Rate of pay is negotiable.
Suitable applicants should apply to:
Kieran McWilliams at: firstname.lastname@example.org or 087 1722875
Seasonal Florist Position - Co. Roscommon
Ita’s Flower World in Roscommon are looking to employ a florist to cover busy periods with a view to a more permanent position.
Call Ita on 0863178950
Part Time / Relief Florist - Ennistymon, Co Clare
Part-time hours to cover maternity leave and help out with weddings at West Clare Flowers in Ennistymon, Co. Clare
Please send cv to Sheena - email@example.com
Part Time Florist Position - Tubbercurry, Co Sligo
Part-time florist or floristry student with some experience for Guns & Roses Florist. Tubbercurry Co. Sligo
Contact Katherine 0858630283 Gunsandrosesflorist@gmail.com
Occasional Florist Position - Lucan Co Dublin
Qualified and experienced florist required for busy Interflora shop to work at busy times and to cover holidays. Approximately one week per month.
All Seasons Flowers,Newcastle Road, Lucan Co Dublin
Mary Gaynor 0868042226
Full Time Florist Position - Mount Merrion
Applicant should have a minimum of 2 years retail/shop experience. A background in design is desirable but not essential. They must also speak fluent English and have basic computer skills and a good telephone manner. This is a busy shop that caters for weddings, events and corporate work, which will offer the applicant great scope for creativity and variety. This is a great opportunity for the right applicant to join our friendly and creative team.
We are based approx 10 minutes bus ride from the city centre beside UCD very accessible.
The address is
The Flower Box,
31 The Rise, Mount Merrion. Co Dublin
01-6609470 - 0862859744
Position also available for trainee florist willing to learn on the job.
Part Time Florist - Greystones
Floral Art in Greystones is looking for a part time florist (1-2 days/week) If you are interested please contact Floral Art at (01) 201 7271 or via their FB page.
Full Time Junior Florist Required - Tallaght
Jackie's Florist in The Square Tallaght, are looking to employ a full time Florist Junior. No experience required, but must be interested and willing. 40 hour week, minimum wage with potential to earn overtime plus bonus.
Contact Darren on , 014149501
Florist Vacancy - Dublin 6
Do you have a real passion for floristry? Do flowers fill you full of joy? If so Joy's Flowers are looking for a senior experienced florist to cover maternity leave from 25th April - 23rd December.
We are a busy shop & the ideal florist must be hard working, full of floristry passion & creative...
interested please send cover letter & CV to firstname.lastname@example.org p.s Must be Fluent in english x
The Green Door Florist - Dublin 3
Busy Dublin 3 florist has a part time role available with flexible hours.
The successful applicant will have experience in floristry and will be passionate about the trade, possess modern knowledge of current trends and will also have skills in design.
Excellent customer service ability will be expected.
Social media skills will be an advantage.
send mail / CV to email@example.com
FULL TIME FLORIST VACANCY IN DUBLIN
Permanent full time/ part time positions are available in Annie Bloom Florist. We are looking for experienced, enthusiastic people to join our team.
E-mail applications to firstname.lastname@example.org
Full Time Florist wanted for Waterford Area
Must have floristry experience
Contact by c.v. To
flowers by Lucy
Unit 16 hebron business park,
Hebron industrial estate,
Part Time Florist required in Avoca Store Rathcoole
Joeanna Caffrey Flowers are looking for a Part-Time florist for her recently opened Avoca store in Rathcoole and also to help out at Weddings. This is a great opportunity to gain experience and work for such a renowned florist. Apply now on Jobbio.com, Simply create your bio and click Apply - https://jobbio.com/jobs/25629
Lily and Lace florist
Experienced Part-time florist required
Applicant must have;
*At least 2years industry experience
*Sound knowledge of funeral and wedding floristry
*Ability to work under pressure
*Excellent customer service skills
*Must be able to work of own initiative
Hours negotiable. Contact: Jennifer or Joe Tel; 02830839373
Address; 22A Main Street, Camlough, Newry, Co. Drown, BT35 7JG
Part Time Florist Required with experience in busy Flower shop in Roscommon
Ring Mary Gaynor 0877793455
Part-time florist also required. For more information please contact Irene 086 8124621
A Florist position has become available at FLOWERS BY ANN in Tralee Co Kerry
Please ring Ann a 066- 7121655
Caitriona from Cork opened her flower shop ‘Enchanted Flowers’ after completing our 4 Commercial Floristry Modules two years ago and is growing from strength to strength"
“ Hi guys it’s been ages since i spoke to you last, just want to say a quick thanks to you all once again, my shop enchanted flowers will be open 2 years i can hardly believe it , but it’s been hard, fun, exciting , scary but fulfilling, again sorry i have not been in contact more but it’s been very busy and only getting even more mental, 16 weddings down so far this year not to mention the amount off new babies , birthdays, engagements, and god knows what else taking a quick holiday now on Monday for 10 days to gear myself up for the next run till Christmas, 26 wedding between now and the and 2013 looks fo be even better anyway thank you so much because without you i would not be here today many thanks. Caitriona Healy, Enchanted flowers Macroom Co Cork-”
Kays School of Floristry is so proud of the achievements of our past students, see more of our success stores here
FUNDING & GRANTS
At Kay’s School of Floristry we can offer you advice and guidance on career choices within the Florist industry. There are various agencies that can also offer career guidance for all career paths and help you to make an informed decision. These agencies also offer some funding for training and education, depending on the personal circumstances of the applicant you may be entitled to help.
It is a necessity during times of recession to develop your skills and education. It is an Employers’ Market and they are recruiting only the most highly skilled & qualified people. It is imperative that you consider your career path, opting for one that will lead you to employment or self-employment and one that will start you on your educational journey.
Before you look for funding, it is very important that you have done some research into the course/courses you are requesting funding for. When applying you will need to be conscious that the course will enhance your career or employment prospects (working in a Flower shop), or lead to self-employment. (Starting your own Florist business)
Here is some useful information and contacts that might help you:
You may be entitled to funding for our courses however each case is very individual and relative to circumstances. It is important that you contact the relevant body and apply for funding.
If you wish to apply for funding contact our office (01 4538649 ) and we will issue you with a Quotation and documentation which you can bring to your appointment with Placement/Training Officers. They will probably give you a TESG form for you to return to the school to be filled in.
If you are unemployed are looking to update your skills or return to education and receiving Job Seekers Allowance or benefits you need to register at your local FAS office in order access funding. www.fas.ie
Local Employment Services, known as LES (Obair) Partnerships Schemes offer a wide range of services from career planning to job searching and they can advise you if you are entitled to funding and how and where to get it. The Social Welfare or FAS may refer you to a jobs facilitator or Training Incentive officer.
The Education Finance Board - also has a range of grants and funding for individuals This website provides information on course fees and details on eligibility requirements for free fees. In addition, you will find out all you need to know about other sources of assistance for students, such as the Fund for Students with Disabilities, the Back to Education Allowance, the Student Assistance Fund and the Millennium Partnership Fund. You can find answers to possible questions you may have by accessing their Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) section.