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UTILITY Arborist wanted New Zealand Waiheke Island


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Are you looking for an exciting overseas work opportunity? Then look no further, Waiheke Arborist & Tree Care Ltd, a leading provider of tree care services on Waiheke Island, has the perfect opportunity for you.

To be successful you will require a diploma in Arboriculture (NZQF Level 6) or Certificate in Arboriculture Level 4, be a skilled climber with a minimum of 3 years industry experience. You will be experienced and certified in power line clearance, health & safety focused and understand the importance of working as a team member.

All applicants need a current First Aid Certificate, have a full driver's and ideally an HT licence.

All applicants for this position should have NZ residency or a valid NZ Work or Working Holiday visa, valid for at least one year. If you are under 30 years of age, a Working Holiday Visa is likely to be your best option.

If you believe you have the necessary skills for the job, please send your CV together with a covering letter to [email protected].

Interview will be conducted in the UK. However, appointment will be subject to the candidate successfully obtaining a working visa and relocating to NZ. On arrival the successful application will be required to complete a climbing trial and pass a pre-employment medical, drug and alcohol test along with a Ministry of Justice Criminal Records check

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Are you looking for an exciting overseas work opportunity? Then look no further, Waiheke Arborist & Tree Care Ltd, a leading provider of tree care services on Waiheke Island, has the perfect opportunity for you.

To be successful you will require a diploma in Arboriculture (NZQF Level 6) or Certificate in Arboriculture Level 4, be a skilled climber with a minimum of 3 years industry experience. You will be experienced and certified in power line clearance, health & safety focused and understand the importance of working as a team member.

All applicants need a current First Aid Certificate, have a full driver's and ideally an HT licence.

All applicants for this position should have NZ residency or a valid NZ Work or Working Holiday visa, valid for at least one year. If you are under 30 years of age, a Working Holiday Visa is likely to be your best option.

If you believe you have the necessary skills for the job, please send your CV together with a covering letter to [email protected].

Interview will be conducted in the UK. However, appointment will be subject to the candidate successfully obtaining a working visa and relocating to NZ. On arrival the successful application will be required to complete a climbing trial and pass a pre-employment medical, drug and alcohol test along with a Ministry of Justice Criminal Records check

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Waiheke Island is rated 4th most sort after destination in the world. We have golden sands, exquisite panoramic views around every corner, vineyards, olive groves, great coffee bars, exceptional restaurants, a cinema full of couches (Waiheke style), amazing nature walks (coastal and bush with native birds), fishing and 35 minutes fast luxury ferry to downtown Auckland. Childcare centres, 2 primary schools, an intermediate and high school, Steiner - schools have excellent standards with lots of outside activities, including summer sports at the beach.

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My curiousness stirred here. I've been to waiheke, is their enough utility arb to keep going full time?

If so is it rapid regrowth?

 

Also worth mentioning is waiheke has regular quick ferries to Auckland. For those who might be considering this job.

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I spent some time doing both line clearance and private work on Waiheke and it's a primo spot. Removed enough from Auckland to be peaceful and relaxed but close enough, via ferry, to have the hustle and bustle on your door step. the Hauraki Gulf is fantastic for fishing, boating, diving and snorkelling without too many of those big sharky things the Ozzies have. This is a cracking opportunity for someone for sure.

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My curiousness stirred here. I've been to waiheke, is their enough utility arb to keep going full time?

If so is it rapid regrowth?

 

Also worth mentioning is waiheke has regular quick ferries to Auckland. For those who might be considering this job.

 

 

I'd imagine with both private domestic and line clearance there would be enough work. The population has grown rapidly in recent years but there's still a lot of bush about I believe. Stuff grows quick up Auckland way too.

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