Horticulture is the science of cultivating fruits, vegetables, flowers or ornamental plants. The Horticulture Display Supervisor is a grounds maintenance worker in a leadership role, coordinates all of the functions such as designs, events, regular maintenance and basic regular managerial duties related to horticultural display. The Horticulture display supervisor is professionally responsible for researching plants and creative knowledge to build displays in order to determine which will be the best matches for a given horticultural garden and will be aesthetically appealing to others.

Horticulture Display Supervisor Resume Template

Margie Evans

45 Hale St. 6

Bridgeport, Connecticut 4658

Phone: (374)673-2426



Responsible and Organized Professional seeking for a Horticulture Display Supervisor position

Summary of Qualifications:

  • Through knowledge of Horticulture practices and Botany
  • Excellent oral and written communication skills
  • Leadership and supervisory ability
  • Ability to perform multitasking
  • Knowledgeable in computer applications
  • Creative and Innovative
  • Ability to grasp instructions quickly
  • Excellent interpersonal and time management skills
  • Adept about farming technologies and equipments

Career Experiences:

2006- To present: Horticulture Display Supervisor; Martha’s Parks and Recreation; Bridgeport, Connecticut

  • Delivering presentations and reports to management
  • Responsible for organizing events  for the company’s park and recreation business
  • Motivating and training technicians who tend the plants
  • Maintenance of employees performance, purchasing, repairs and replacement of supplies and equipments
  • Conducts trainings and mentors new workers and staff
  • Plan, Organize and create displays, instruct any changes or enhancements of displays

2003-2005: Assistant Horticulture Supervisor; Median Parks; Bridgeport, Connecticut

  • Assisting the supervisor with prescribed tasks
  • Overseeing the performance of workers
  • Assist in scheduling events for tourists, and changing displays appropriate to events
  • Maintenance of database records of plants and reproduction of plants
  • Attended Seminars and trainings for the company and self development

Education: 1999-2002: Bachelor of Science in Horticulture; Bridgeport College, Connecticut

Professional references would be furnished upon request