Florist at PRUNE Les fleurs


PRUNE combines the natural beauty of flowers with the botanical world. A bouquet from PLF is inspired by lush gardens, the deep woods and plentiful fields always evoking the most poetic nature has to offer. 

While making high quality flowers accessible everyday, PRUNE is known for its elegant and deconstructed creations as well as its commitment to working with the most beautiful flowers of the season and, where possible, working with local flowers. 

Whether it's at their floral farm, PRUNE les jardins, or in one of the four PRUNE boutiques in Montréal, Laval, Québec, or Toronto, the incredible team prioritizes working in harmony with nature. 

The florist reports to the team leader and is primarily responsible for providing excellent customer service, offering personalized advice to customers and creating floral arrangements adhering to the PRUNE signature. 




Creating beautiful floral arrangements runs in your veins.

  • Ensuring bouquets and vase arrangements meet the standards of PRUNE les fleurs.

  • Creating bouquets and vase arrangements for online orders, in-store clients, weddings, events, and funerals.

  • Participating in custom wedding arrangements including on-site installation.

  • You enjoy working and creating in an open environment (in-store).


Helping clients comes naturally to you.

  • Assisting and advising clients with their needs and interests for floral arrangements, plants, and accessories.

  • Providing clients with appropriate information on plant care.

  • Demonstrating empathy and compassion for clients who require special attention (funerals, weddings, births, etc.).


You are obsessed with caring for plants and flowers. 

  • Ensuring quality and quantity control over flowers and plants coming into the store.

  • Proper care of cut flowers.

  • Taking care of plants by watering daily and ensuring their health. 

  • Arranging cut flowers and plants in the fridge according to marketing guidelines.

You absolutely love vases, planters and accessories. 

  • Assisting the marketing coordinator with merchandising.

  • Receiving merchandise and ensuring quality and quantity control.


Working in a clean environment is a must for you.

  • Ensuring workspaces and equipment are clean and safe.

  • Cleaning the refrigerator twice a week.


You understand that being a florist means doing a bit of everything.

  • Handling administrative tasks: cash transactions (sales, exchanges, inventory checks, price changes), weekly reports and email writing.

  • Helping with boutique inventory twice a year.

  • Maintaining weekly inventory (perishable and non-perishable).

  • Occasionally creating content for social media.


These qualifications would be an asset. 

  • Bilingual (French and English).

  • Experience with cash transactions and Moneris.



  • A minimum of six months experience as a florist and in a customer service role. 



  • Competitive salary between $17 and $21/an hour. 

  • Commission on sales. 

  • Medical benefits available (with a schedule of more than 28 hours/week.)

  • Continuous training.