The Trust currently has a vacancy for Park Supervisor.

Are you a skilled horticulturalist, enthusiastic and organised?

Do you have excellent people skills, love working outdoors and are passionate about making and keeping our park a great place to visit?

Would you like to become an integral part of the friendly Highfield Park community?

This job might be just the one for you!

Vacancy for Park Supervisor

We are looking for a Park Supervisor to lead a small team maintaining the park on a day-to-day basis, reporting to the park manager. Ideally you should have previous Parks / Countryside Management / Sportsturf experience and worked in a similar role.

Salary range: up to £26,000

This is a full time post (37 hours a week.)

Benefits: 25 days annual leave entitlement plus bank holidays, 7% employer pension contribution, sick pay, uniform, on-site parking.

Click here for the Park Supervisor Job Description

Please apply to Richard Bull at by completing an application form or sending in your C.V. and covering letter. Please also complete and return a Privacy Acknowledgement form (pdf or Word).

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Closing date for applications: 12 November 2021 (The Trust reserves the right to change this if the position can be filled earlier)

Interview date: a convenient date for the Trust and candidate will be arranged as soon as possible.

If you have any queries, please email us at or phone 01727 847242.


We are always keen to welcome new volunteers to help in maintaining the park both individuals and corporate. More information is available by clicking on the following link Volunteering


The Trust can appoint up to 13 Trustees including representatives from both St Albans District Council and Colney Heath Parish Council. We currently have 13 trustees so there are no vacancies, however, if you are interested in being considered should a vacancy arise, please send a covering letter and CV to us at the Highfield Park Visitor Centre or email and we will note your interest.

We ask that you live locally and have an interest in the Park.

The Board of Trustees meets six times a year although Trustees are encouraged to progress the aims and objectives of the Trust by supporting one or more working groups, which meet as required.

This might be an opportunity to gain Board level experience working with an enthusiastic team or you may have that experience already and have the time to share your experience with others.

For more information on the role of a Trustee please click here