Thank you for your interest in working at Glacier Nursery, LLC! If you have enjoyed working on a farm, in a greenhouse, performed landscaping, sold plants in a garden center, been a greenskeeper, or even worked in a community garden, we would be interested in visiting with you.
Our mission at Glacier Nursery, LLC is to provide high quality, hardy plants to our customers at competitive prices. We work hard to make sure each plant we grow is landscape ready. There are three main departments at Glacier Nursery that each contribute to this goal: Production, Order Fulfillment, and Administration.
The work is almost entirely outdoors, physically demanding, mentally challenging, and changes with the four seasons. We work in a structured atmosphere and are committed to safety and efficiency.
Hours are 7:30AM-4:00PM Monday through Friday with overtime available during the height of the season.
Glacier Nursery, LLC promotes from within; opportunities for advancement and year-round work with benefits are available to the right candidates.
What We Do
Our Production Crews for Trees, Shrubs, and Perennials oversee the production, care, and maintenance of our nursery stock, including planting, potting, digging, trimming, fertilizing, and irrigation. Most people who join us at the Nursery start here!
The Pulling Crew selects quality plants for our customers and prepares them for shipping or pick up. The Shipping Crew handles each plant with care as they load them onto refrigerated trailers to be shipped across the state.
The Office Crew is the face of the Nursery to our customers, and works hard to provide quality customer service over the phone and in person, take orders, handle invoicing, purchasing, bookkeeping, and make sure the day to day of the Nursery is running smoothly.
- Previous Outdoor Work Experience
We strongly prefer candidates with prior experience working outdoors. We work outside all day, rain or shine.
- Physical Fitness
The work is physical. You should be able to stand, walk, and bend repeatedly and for extended periods of time, and be able to lift up to 50 pounds repeatedly.
- Punctual and Dependable
Reliably show up on time and work the hours 7:30AM-4:00PM Monday through Friday.
- Safety Oriented
Follow all applicable safety rules and procedures.
- Drug Test*
Those hired to operate heavy machinery (Equipment Operators) including Gator, Skid Steer, Loader, Tractor, and/or Company Vehicle will be required to pass a pre-employment drug screening.
While higher education is not a requirement, a background in natural sciences or a related field, an ability to identify plant species, and/or other knowledge of plants is always welcome!
How To Apply
- Check our posting on Indeed to apply
- Submit a completed application or your Resume and Cover Letter to:
- Apply in person at:
4343 MT Hwy 35, Kalispell, MT 59901
What should I bring on my first day of work?
You should come to work wearing closed toed shoes, weather appropriate clothing, and gloves. We recommend a sturdy work or hiking boot, and layers you can add or remove throughout the day depending on the weather. A waterproof layer such as a rain jacket is recommended. Having a few pairs of work or gardening style gloves is also recommended.
You should also bring a lunch and water bottle, and any other personal items you may need.
Finally, please bring a form of Photo ID (such as your Driver’s License) and your Social Security Card on your first day for payroll purposes.