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The Ruth Mott Foundation is accepting applications for a full time Assistant Manager of Visitor Services and Volunteers at Applewood Estate in Flint

Starting salary range: $44,310 to $53,167

Some of the qualifications required: Bachelor’s degree or a combination of related education and experience. A strong leader with a minimum of two years of experience in a museum, cultural institution or hospitality setting. Minimum of one year of supervisory

experience, preferably with volunteers. A valid driver’s license.

The Ruth Mott Foundation is also accepting applications for a full time Technical Assistance Horticulturist  at Applewood Estate in Flint

Some qualifications required: Bachelor’s Degree in horticulture or related field.

  • Minimum of three years of experience in horticulture field. • Michigan Commercial Certified Pesticide Applicator’s License with turfgrass and ornamental plant categories or must be obtained within one month of employment.
  • Experience and ability to operate equipment including power tools, hand tools, rototillers, front-end loaders, tractors, skid steers, excavators, lawn mowers (push, riding, zero-turn), etc.
  • Proficiency in computer-aided drafting software, AutoCAD preferred.

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To Apply: email cover letter and resume to

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