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You will be responsible for delivering our Level 2 equivalent horticulture courses and one-time sessions to at-risk individuals. Small groups learn all the basics to start their own sustainable home garden from soil prep to harvest, rain-catchment with pest and disease management. Courses range from 4-8 weeks with the goal of taking each group through one growth cycle in their dedicated plots. Locations vary – Mangere, Papatoetoe, Manurewa


  • Teaching diverse groups entry-level horticulture in a hands-on, outdoor environment and some indoor tuition
  • Adaption of course materials for different learning styles and levels
  • Assess students’ comprehension with appropriate tools, some open book exams apply
  • Reporting course outcomes to Program Coordinators
  • Facilitating course feedback and crop yields produced

You will work in conjunction with the program leader and garden-site managers to organise requirements for classes. Some groups will have supervisors. You will deliver materials as the sole teacher to training completion.


  • Must have a certificate in Horticulture or 5+ years experience
  • Teaching certificate not required, but would be beneficial
  • Must provide police vetting check to work with vulnerable populations
  • Subject to drug screening


  • $21/hour
  • 5 hours p/day p/course, up to 3 days per week (one course per day)


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