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Salary dependant on skill and competencies

Location: Nuneaton and Bedworth

40 hours per week

Permanent position with the opportunity for promotion.


Glendale are looking for qualified Arborists to work on the Nuneaton and Bedworth contract.


Duties will include all aspects of tree surgery/ climbing working to a very high standard at all times. The role will involve felling, crown reducing, crowning thinning, lifting and other general tree maintenance duties, therefore the suitable candidate must be fully qualified and have a good understanding of current legislation and industry best practice.


Applicant criteria:


  • Minimum two years climbing arboriculture experience

  • NPTC Units CS30; CS31; CS38; CS39

  • Full UK driving licence


Ideally you should also have:


  • CS40/ CS41, c1+E, NRSWA, First Aid, MEWP


All tools, climbing kit and PPE will be supplied.


If you have the relevant skills and qualifications, you can look forward to a competitive reward package including 20 days plus bank holidays paid annual leave, sickness benefit, life assurance, employee contribution healthcare scheme and staff discount on the use of the Group’s leisure facilities. We also offer high levels of training and continuing professional development.


For more information about the role please contact the Nuneaton Depot on 02476 320000.


If you have the potential to fill this role, please send your CV and covering letter to  nuneaton.quality@glendale-services.co.uk or Glendale Grounds Management, Unit 2 Eastboro Way, Nuneaton, CV11 6SQ.


Please include on your applications details of any relevant experience and the qualifications that you hold.


Closing date: 15th February 2019



Glendale is an Equal Opportunities Employer

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