We’re looking for a Workshop Assistant to join our Leafage team

Workshop Assistant

This role will initially be for a one-off London based event on Thursday 4th April 2019 between 4pm - 8:30pm, with great potential to grow into something more frequent. We’d love to meet someone who’s fun, energetic and has a passion for helping people, so if that sounds like you read on…

You’ll be

  • Helping to set up our super-exciting Leafage workshop for 60+ corporate guests

  • Assisting with the smooth-running of the event and solving any operational issues

  • Supporting guests with terrarium making and ensuring they’re having the best time

  • Lending a hand to pack up at the end of the workshop

You’ll have

  • Bounds of energy and a positive outlook on life

  • The ability to be professional and switched on whilst still having fun!

  • Great pride in what you do and immaculate attention to detail

  • Strong problem solving skills (no task is too small)

  • Enough confidence to speak in front of a large group of people

  • Better-than-average photography skills (we’d need you to take lots of fab pictures at the event for our social channels and website)

  • The desire to grow within our business… we’re here for the long run!

  • Previous event organising experience or an interest in plants/nature

  • Driving licence with a car (preferably)

Small Print

  • The initial workshop is being held on Thursday 4th April 2019 at 4pm - 8.30pm in a central London location and you’ll also need to come along to a trial session with Leafage founder Kay on Sunday 10th March 2019 between 10am - 4am

  • Strong opportunity for further work at weekend and corporate workshops for the right person

  • Hourly rate negotiable depending on experience


We would love to hear from you!

If you think we’d be a good match, please drop a note to with the subject line “Leafage Workshop Assistant”. We’d love to see a copy of your your CV, Instagram handle and any extras you’d like to share!

Images taken by our friends Sophie Careful and Arthur Millier