Employment

Thank you for your interest in the Garden!

Please review open positions. If you are interested  in applying, please provide by email a cover letter, resume, and contact information for three references to resumes@naplesgarden.org. All applications and resumes will be reviewed and you will be notified of the status of your application soon.


Interpretation Internship

Department: Education
Assist in the development and refining of interpretive materials for use in training volunteer Garden docents. This is a part-time position. READ MORE.


Internship – Buehler Family Foundation Enabling Garden

Department: Education
Collaborate with Garden staff, volunteers, and community partners to develop and deliver regionally and seasonally appropriate therapeutic programming for the Garden’s target audiences and assist in the daily horticultural and interpretational activities in the Buehler Enabling Garden. READ MORE.


Volunteer Services Assistant

Department: Volunteer Services
Oversee the management of college student volunteers. Schedule all College Students who have Service Learning Volunteer requirements. Work closely with staff who accept short term college students. Create and keep current a Daily Calendar for short term students. READ MORE.


Internship – Karen and Robert Scott Florida Garden

Department: Conservation
Collaborate with Garden staff and volunteers in the maintenance and management of the Scott Florida Garden and propagation of plants for the Garden. READ MORE.


Internship – Naples Garden Club Idea Garden

Department: Horticulture
Collaborate with Garden staff, volunteers, and community partners to design, plan, and interpret novel horticultural displays that a home gardener can recreate in their own garden and assist in the daily horticultural and interpretational activities in the Naples Garden Club Idea Garden. READ MORE.


Plant Health Manager

Department: Horticulture
This position requires a strong background in the use of sustainable practices to manage and maintain healthy plant collections and displays throughout the Garden. The Specialist is responsible for development and implementation of an Integrated Pest Management plan to ensure the highest quality plant collections, including preventive, biological, cultural and chemical control methods.  Manage and work with staff and volunteers to maintain and inventory growing facilities and assist horticulture staff in incorporating appropriate collections into the Garden. READ MORE.