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Second Climber Needed, Herts up to £10 p/h PAYE

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Our client is a small contractor based in Hertfordshire just within the M25. They have a very long term relationship with one of the UKs largest contractors and operate from their yard facilities. As well as local authority contracts in north London and Herts they undertake local domestic and commercial jobs.


They have been asked by the main contractor to undertake more work and consequently they are looking to employ qualified arborists to increase their resource.


Candidates should have NPTCs up to CS39 with a full UK driving licence.


Rate of pay is subject to experience and qualifications, but would be around £75 per day plus bonus and  a company pension scheme and further training opportunities. 


For more information please contact [email protected] or call 01743 344466 quoting reference 1705-3

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