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Utility Arborists & Groundstaff - East Anglia

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Location East Anglia/ South Essex

Contract Type Permanent - Employee

Working Days Monday to Friday

Working Times Between 07.00am and 5.00pm

Shift Pattern none

Working Hours per Week 40 hours

Pay Rate up to £23,000.per annum (depending on experience)


Fountains are part of the OCS Group and is one of the UK’s leading providers of facilities management infrastructure and property support services supervising the delivery of forestry and arboriculture services.


Working as part of a team, you will undertake vegetation management on an 8 year contract managing vegetation along 400KV overhead Pylon transmission network throughout the South East region of England (Norfolk, Suffolk and Essex)




You will carry out tree surgery and arboricultural maintenance operations at various sites in a safe and compliant manner. Working to contract specifications, agreed schedules and in accordance with company and statutory standards, you will carry out a range of duties ensuring day-to-day problems are dealt with and problems solved.



All training, PPE, Climbing equipment, Chainsaws, vehicles and corporate clothing will be provided.







About the role:


With a firm focus on Customer Service, compliance with Health and Safety regulations and the promotion of safe working practices, you will work within a team of operatives delivering arboricultural services on the 400kv Overhead lines vegetation management contract.


The OCS Group is one of the UK’s leading providers of facilities management and property support services.



To apply for the role, or for more information, contact me using the details below:


MOB: 07738 48 10 76


or send me a DM via ArbTalk

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As a minimum, we would require you to hold CS30/31, CS38 and a woddchipper certificate.


Ideally you should also hold the required UA certificates for your role as well, and any other relevant Lantra/C&G qualifications would be useful.


Training will be provided to exceptional candidates

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