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Paul Barton

Arboriculturist required - Worcestershire

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Barton Hyett Associates are looking for a new member of the consultancy team.  

 

The key roles of the job are:

- Carry out on-site assessment of trees and woodlands for a variety of purposes including tree risk assessment, development planning and good arboricultural management.
- Tree assessments include ground-based visual inspections, aerial (climbed) inspections and detailed assessments using specialist equipment.
- Produce written technical advice and reports to clients for a variety of purposes.
- Liaise with clients and other stakeholders regarding the preparation of reports and ongoing arboricultural advice.
- Produce technical drawings and plans by collaborating with the supporting graphics technician.
- Maintain clear records of all work tasks.

- Input into the ongoing development of company process and procedures.
- Attend training and to develop relevant knowledge and skills. 

 

You can see more details, and find a link to apply for the job at https://arbjobs.com/job-listing/4147

 

If you have any questions about the role, feel free to send me a private message via the forum.

 

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