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JodyBigfoot

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  1. thanks dude, we have ended up at Baumdienst for now but the accomodation is a caravan and its gonna get cold soon! so still taking recommendations...
  2. ermmmm gimme gimme gimme! I'm looking for German or scandinavian work right now you got any leads?
  3. Two experienced climbers from Newcastle upon Tyne, with 2 years experience together, 9 years experience in total between us including British Columbia, Canada and Australia, looking for any and all offers of work in Europe, especially Sweden, Norway, France or Germany. Please DM with info of jobs/location and for our CV's available on request. Available for start in September. Thank you Jody
  4. Two experienced climbers from Newcastle upon Tyne, with 2 years experience together, 9 years experience in total between us including British Columbia, Canada and Australia, looking for some leads on firms in Berlin ran by down to earth (get it?) guys/gals Please DM with info of jobs/location and for our CV's available on request Thank you Jody
  5. Two experienced climbers from Newcastle upon Tyne, with 2 years experience together, 9 years experience in total between us including British Columbia, Canada and Australia, looking for any and all offers of work in Europe, especially Sweden, Norway, France or Germany. Please DM with info of jobs/location and for our CV's available on request Thank you Jody
  6. my mate killed himself, that was pretty stupid, barber chaired a leaning tree and got his chest crushed against the one behind him
  7. Just looking into skills shortages in Sweden considering I might lose my right to work there due to the brexit shenanigans, and found that Skogsarbetare is in demand, which google translates as lumberjack..... Does anyone here know if being an arborist falls under the category of "Skogsarbetare" in Sweden? I was very keen to go work there after I've knocked out the last working hoilday visa available to me
  8. I have been painting my nails with rimmel 60 seconds funtime fuscia recently and they seem to flake off very quickly in this line of work I wondered if anyone could recommend a decent top coat or heavier duty nail varnish?
  9. I wanna migrate to new zealand and my favorite jobs have always been physical and outdoors. Now i am lucky enoigh to have found a job in canada and might forget about new zealand if it works out. It is on the same skills shortage list as doctors and engineers etc for NZ, Interesting ey Sent from my SM-G920F using Arbtalk mobile app
  10. so happy to fly anywhere in canada to start work any time from August onwards
  11. 2 year work visa granted allready for canada. USA rejected me for even a tourist visa!
  12. Hello I am in the middle of working holiday visa application for Canada, should definitely go through, and I have flights booked to LA on 31st August, if I can find employment in California or a neighbouring state I would love to work there. Otherwise I will be taking a short holiday in America and then moving to Canada to work in British Columbia, again seeking tree work, on Vancouver island or Vancouver area. I will have 18 months experience with a firm called Wholetree in Gateshead, UK. I have climbing, aerial rescue, chainsaw maintenance and chainsaw up a tree certificates as well as straight distincion NTPC in Arboriculture. Experience working around the world in other manual jobs too. Would love to chat with anyone with any offers. Thanks
  13. Probably hit you up next year mate, in visa application stage now
  14. Hey thanks yeah I will do that, but I won't be applying for a few years and don't want to find out too late i'm not qualified enough so I'm trying to ensure I am prepared in time. I can contact a visa agency with this question too
  15. So for a person who already has used their working holiday it is possible to be sponsored for entrance of 4 years into Australia to work as a climbing arborist or supervisor. Some places I have read say 3 years experience is enough, another person I spoke to said you must be "fully qualified". Does anyone know, exactly what academic requirements are a MUST for entrance on a 457 visa to Aus? It is tricky to find exact details on visa pages from Aussy government. I currently have level 3 90 credit diploma and first four tickets. I am willing to do whatever it takes to become fully qualified but I would rather be working right now than going back to college in september. Thanks PS, anyone know the name of the equivalent visa in NZ?

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