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Tom Bowers

Self-employed ground worker: Looking for Work in Norfolk

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Hi Folks,


My current contract finishes end of March and thus I am available for work from 1st April.

I am looking for ground/fencing/tractor driving or similar work (No Climbing Ticket I'm afraid), preferably 3-4 days a week.

I am based in NR15 and willing to travel up to 45mins each way.


I have been trained by Natural England, worked with Norfolk Wildlife Trust, and have volunteered on various different reserves for 5+ years.

I hold a multitude of conservation-based tickets including (but not limited to):

- CS30 & 31

- Pa6/Aw

- B+E (Trailer)

- Tractor Driving (+PTO's and implements)

[Please see included CV for full list of tickets]


I have 'on-the-job' training/experience in:
- Felling medium trees 
- Wind-blown trees 
- Winching 
- Driving/Using a tracked chipper 
- Fencing 
- Coppicing & thinning 
- Basic survey & field/species monitoring work

I have my own PPE and saw (it's only a Husq120mk2 for a coppicing contract). - Dependent on opportunity's available I will consider buying a better/bigger saw!

I am keen to learn, enthusiastic and friendly, looking for somewhere to offer my talents in exchange for development.

Please see my included C.V for a more detailed account of my knowledge, experience & tickets.


With Thanks,

M: 07794934078  

H: 01508 471181

E: tbowers3186@hotmail.co.uk



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Hi, I’m not offering employment but advice on your CV.
It doesn’t matter if you can fell small trees around groups of people, it’s a given that you can fell safely. I’d also remove the “mental handicap” remark, it’s not term that’s used these days.
Just a heads up.
All the best in finding new employment

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