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Based: Ely, Cambridgeshire
Area of Operation: East Anglia
Salary: NEG (Dependent on experience)
Haine Tree Services are currently have an opportunity for an experienced arborist to join our busy, growing team.
Established in 2008, we undertake arboricultural works both in the Commercial and Domestic sector, working for many private individuals as well as Local Authorities and Public Sector clients and continue to grow and expand, achieving Arboricultural Association Approved Contractor status in July 2017.
Due to continued growth and demand locally we are currently seeking an arborist to join our small and dynamic team working within our busy and vibrant company.
As an experienced climber you shall be confident and suitably able to lead a squad, and be responsible for day-to-day running of work sites, interfacing with clients in a professional and courteous manner based from our yard near Ely in Cambridgeshire.
You should have the following qualifications as a minimum:
NPTC CS30, NPTC CS31, NPTC CS38, NPTC CS39, NPTC CS40, NPTC CS41, EFAW +F (or equivalent)
Other desirable qualifications include NPTC CS32, NPTC CS35, NPTC Chipper, HGV and professional qualification in Arboriculture, but are not essential.
You should have a minimum of three years experience working in a similar or equivalent role.
In exchange for the above, we are able to offer favourable terms of employment on a full time contract.
Remuneration for this position is negotiable and shall be dependent upon experience.
For more information regarding this role, and to apply, please write in confidence to firstname.lastname@example.org for the attention of the Commercial Manager including details of experience and current CV.
Haine Tree Services Ltd are an Equal Opportunities Employer.
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It seems that Fletcher Stewart has recently told Jo Beau to get lost re importing them further due to a silly price increase so I snapped this one up before it was too late. 40 hours on the machine and a fraction of the new price.
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The following is the photo for which I just ordered a 20 inch x 30 inch canvas print. The largest single trunk we found last year in Redwood National and State Parks.
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Good idea or not?
Thanks in advance
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Post a picture and we can all give it marks out of ten. If it needs an explenation, then give it one as it may affect your score.
Even the bad ones can get rated, so dont feel shy about posting:lol: Mr Blair.
Ill go first.
70ft ash, in dense woodland, very straight pole, normal felling cut using only wind advantage, no wedges or felling bar.
easy one to begin with.
Please rate my hinge.
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A 254XP, lean seized - I have cleaned the cylinder of aluminium transfer, lightly abraded the cylinder with wet and dry, fitted a new piston and pressure checked it...all OK. Unusual as it had seized on inlet and outlet piston sides.
Compression measures 145psi but expect this to go up once fueled and run - the cylinder has some light scores but will run and have decent power once done.
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