Birmingham Botanical Gardens is currently closed.
The City of Birmingham Park and Recreation Board, which has jurisdiction over the Gardens, is currently working on its plan for reopening the Gardens with the wellness and safety of visitors, volunteers, and staff of top priority. Follow the Gardens on social media and visit our homepage to sign up to receive our e-news as the Friends of Birmingham Botanical Gardens brings the Gardens to you virtually. We wish you good health and look forward to welcoming you back in person as soon as City and State directives allow. Thank you for your support!

Careers at the Gardens

Friends of Birmingham Botanical Gardens is an equal opportunity employer and accepts employment applications and/or resumes for currently open positions only. Applicants must be at least 18 years of age.

Job Openings

Accounting Clerk

Birmingham Botanical Society, Inc., d/b/a Friends of Birmingham Botanical Gardens, is currently seeking an Accounting Clerk. Under the supervision of the Chief Financial Officer (CFO), the Accounting Clerk (AC) is responsible for various bookkeeping/accounting tasks as directed. These include completing accounts payable transactions, account reconciliations, maintenance of MS Excel spreadsheets, account analysis, audit preparation, and maintenance of insurance certification files.

This is a part-time position with a minimum of 16 hours per week, 52 weeks per year.

Letters of interest and resumes should be sent to [email protected].

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Birmingham Botanical Gardens does not accept unsolicited resumes or applications.

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