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Climbers wanted for Vancouver Company.

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Hi there,

 

I'm a British Arborist who has settled in Vancouver, British Columbia. I run tree crews for a large company based in Burnaby. Currently we have vacancies for climbers and crew leaders, which would suit overseas Arborist's.

 

Our work covers all aspects of modern tree care including pruning, cabling and bracing, soil management, stump grinding, removal and planting. All positions are full time, with potential for career advancement.

 

Good rates of pay and benefits including:

 

- Visa application (fees covered)

- Dental and Medical cover

- Paid Holiday

- All PPE and Climbing equipment supplied

- Boot allowance

- Uniform service

- Paid certification (ISA, Air brakes, First Aid, etc...)

 

PM me for more details

 

Oliver.

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Ill come over with a Timberwolf woodchipper for you!

 

Im booked on a ship called the Titanic sailing from Liverpool...has anyone heard of it? any good?

 

Baz

 

Titanic sailed from Southhampton, not Liverpool. And 10 yrs ago I would have moved to Vancouver in a heartbeat. But I chose NY instead......

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Vancouver is very nice indeed.Canadians must be the worlds nicest people,the Trees in West and North Van are huge.I thought about staying...

 

Winter in Van is terrible,the summers however are fantastic.B.C. is fantastic if you are an outdoorsman.Fishing,hunting,hiking,cheap Beer and nice ladies.

 

Sounds like a great opportunity to me!

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Thanks to everyone who PM'd me about the jobs in Vancouver. We have made contact with some great candidates through Arbtalk, but would still like to hear from other potential climbers or Foreman.

 

Message me if your interested.

 

Oliver

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