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Ground staff required for commercial and domestic work ranging from site de-veg on rail to domestic tree work

Chainsaw tickets are a minimum requirement 

Further training will be provided 

Pm for further details

Based in Bridgwater  somerset 



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24 minutes ago, Finnian Hazlewood said:

Hi Karl,


I'm Finn, I'm 24 and been working as a groundie for Cambium tree care based out of Backwell. I don't have my chainsaw ticket yet, but I have used a chainsaw. 


I'm available next week Monday tuesday Thursday friday, and ongoing. 





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Your first priority should be getting basic tickets. You are much more useful if you can use a saw. 

You also need to check the English in your CV; it's very poor. Don't make the mistake of thinking that because you are applying for an unskilled labour job the person reading the CV won't notice a split infinitive. Obviously you don't need immaculate English skills to work in arb, but showing you have made an effort with your CV is never a bad thing. 

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@Finnian Hazlewood  good CV , I would add,  you have good organisational skills,  to that and possibly add a pic of yrself and a job you were doing - plus get online and look at pruning techniques ( even just handsaws ) and other revelant disease or damage in trees to boost yr background knowledge . It all helps to make it stand out ( and doesnt cost ! ) . K

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