Experienced flowery hands to join our team
We are looking for an experienced florist to join PYRUS this year. You will be responsible for independently delivering our smaller weddings from initial proposal through to installation, also working as part of a team on large weddings/events. The role will include general studio assistance and upkeep. The position is based in our studio/flower garden, a 30 minute drive from Edinburgh city, in rural East Lothian. Rate of pay relative to experience.
Please apply with your CV, send us some examples of your work and tell us a little about yourself. We would love to hear what you can bring to our small team.
Seasonal, part-time position running approximately March/April through October, including weekends.
Delivering smaller PYRUS weddings from consultation and proposal, through design and installation.
Documenting work for PYRUS archive and social media channels.
Managing/ordering stock and wedding materials.
Working independently with clients and part of our team on large scale events/installations.
Embracing the ethos of British flowers and using blooms from the PYRUS garden.
General studio assistance and support.
Several years creative floristry experience.
Highly organised individual, experienced in working to deadlines.
Passion for seasonal, local flowers and the wedding industry.
Keen eye for detail.
Can-do attitude and adaptability.
Willing to embrace and learn the PYRUS approach and aesthetic.
Excellent customer service and communication skills.
Over 25 with a full, clean UK driving licence.
Experience in independently leading and planning wedding floristry.
Understanding of the British flower industry and seasonal, locally grown flowers.
Computer literacy and excellent written skills.
Thrive in fast paced environments and enjoy an element of organised chaos!
Please send your application to firstname.lastname@example.org
We are taking our winter break until February 18th when we will read applications and answer any questions you have. Interviews will be held from March 1st, successful applicants will be subject to a trial and probationary period.