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  1. Hi all, this is my first post on here. I was wondering if anyone knew what employment was like for a newly qualified climber in the south Devon area, ideally Plymouth. I'm currently a few months away from the end of my time in the Royal Engineers and I am looking into using my resettlement to carry out an intense training course with kingswood training however I don't want to fork out until I have a rough idea about chances of employment upon completion of the course. If it seems that there are job vacancies I'd be looking at completing the course as soon as possible however i wont have much in the way of experience, therefore I would greatly appreciate any opportunities to gain work experience. Should any company in that area be in need of labour or willing to provide me with any tips, advice or work experience I would be extremely greatful. Thanks, Paul
  2. I currently work for a grounds maintenance/traffic management company who sub to Hereford council and I want to go full time into Arb work as I don't get any opportunity in my current position. I have cs30 and 31 which I put myself through and will be doing 38, 39 and possibly ua tickets if needed. I have groundsman experience from a local tree surgeon and also from labouring for a landscape gardener. Very fit and keen to learn. I am based in a village called Shobdon, North Herefordshire on the powys border. Thanks.
  3. Have you every considered setting up your own Utility Arb team? Are you and your colleagues tired of working for others only to see them profit from your labours? Is the only barrier to you setting up the need for capital to purchase all your own equipment? Then welcome to the Ground Control Arborists Opportunity. Due to the high demand for our quality and systems approach to Arboriculture we are seeking to offer new teams a helping hand to set up as Utility Arb sub-contractor. Contact Paul.northcott@ground-control.co.uk for an information pack.
  4. Rail Project Manager Locations: South West Competitive Salary We have an exciting opportunity for a Rail Project Manager to join a dynamic and fast growing company. We are offering a competitive salary, semi-annual bonuses, company pension, company stock options and other benefits. Role and Responsibilities The Rail Project Manager will work with the Contract Manager to deliver our vegetation management contracts for Network Rail; supervising and ensuring quality and timely work is completed. This will include the survey of sites to evaluate vegetation clearance work required and managing safe systems of work and resource requirements to ensure work is completed in a safe, cost effective and timely manner. Requirements: The candidate will ideally have some, but not necessarily all, of the following: • Hold or have held Personal Track Safety qualification • Hold or have held Individual Working Alone qualification • Hold or have held Controller of Site Safety qualification • Hold a full, clean UK driving license • Maths and English qualifications at GCSE level or equivalent • Experience of arboriculture or vegetation management • Experience of working safely within guidance and legislation • Experience of leading teams and or coordinating the work of others • Excellent customer service skills • Results Driven • Excellent organisational, communication and planning skills To be considered for this role, please send your CV to careers@ground-control.co.uk
  5. Arborist / Tree Surgeon We currently have a vacancy for a tree surgeon to join the team. About us - Treelife is a tree surgery company based in Berkhamsted, Hertfordshire We provide all aspects of arboriculture and woodland management. Our work ranges from private gardens, residential and commercial premises through to local authority contracts. Job Title – Arborist Contract – Full time / Permanent Location – Berkhamsted, Hertfordshire Salary - £20,000 - £24,000 depending on qualifications and experience. Benefits - 28 days paid holiday including bank holidays. Hours of work – Mon – Fri 8am – 5pm (Plus some call out work may be required) Key skills and requirements – Essential – o Full driving license o NPTC certificates up to 41 Desirable – o A pre 1997 driving license or category C1 +E on a newer license. o Experience in vehicle and equipment maintenance. o Stump grinder certification. o Health and Safety qualification (IOSH) o Pesticide application certification. o Unimog experience To start as soon as possible. Contact – E-mail a CV and covering letter to treelife@btinternet.com For more information about Treelife see Tree Surgeons in Hertfordshire, Ecological Tree Surgeons | Treelife or see us on facebook - TREElife.
  6. I am looking for work in a tree officer, surveyor or inspector role anywhere in the UK. I am currently based in Leicestershire. I have 2 and a half years industry experience as a climber. I have a FdSc in Arboriculture and a BSc in Ecology. Have experience completing surveys and inspections. Ready to start work immediately. Personal message me if you have any vacancy's
  7. Marks Hall Estate in Coggeshall, Essex are seeking a fulltime qualified Arborist to join our friendly and professional Estate Team in developing and maintaining over 200 acres of Gardens and Arboretum open to the public. For more information or to apply please visit our website Job Vacancies | Marks Hall Gardens & Arboretum
  8. NPTC CS30/31 Qualified and experienced chainsaw operators preferably with CS38 and CCS39. Utility/Rail qualifications and/or experience would be desirable but not essential. PPE will be provided - Full Driving licence would be preferred. We are looking to recruit two additional chainsaw ops and/or climbers to join or growing team as a full time employed member of staff. This will include a competitive salary, the use of company vehicles, 28 days paid holiday each year and you will also be invited to join our training and investment in people scheme which means if you have an appetite to complete other industry relevant qualifications, we can help you with the costs and required resources associated with this. Please call Claire for a chat on 07861 780 260
  9. Howdens Tree Surgery Ltd is a small family run business operating predominantly in the West Mids, Shropshire, Worcestershire and Mid- Wales areas. We are an expanding company and recently gained Arb Association Approved Contractor Status. We are currently seeking a qualified chainsaw operator for night shift/railway work. PTS Card an advantage but not essential. Minimum NPTC fell small trees and wood chipper. Full UK driving license required. Please contact the office for more details: Tel:01746 768878 E:mail: info@howdenstreesurgery.co.uk
  10. Position: Consulting Arborist (permanent, full time post) Location: Redditch Salary: Competitive – dependant on experience Qualification requirement: Recognised QCF level 3 qualification in Arboriculture Job Description: Responsible for assisting in preparing, managing and delivering a range of arboricultural services for consultancy projects and contracts. This role predominantly includes: delivery of arboricultural consultancy, mainly in the form of undertaking fieldwork and compiling reports; liaising with existing clients and actively seeking new business opportunities. Arboricultural Activities - Carry out surveys and inspections of trees including hazard assessments and pre-development site surveys. - Record information in the field using handheld computers and/or paper schedules and plans. - Update and maintain tree inventories using a variety of software including GIS. - Produce arboricultural reports for a wide variety of requirements (tree condition reports, pre-development reports and arboricultural method statements, arboricultural mortgage reports) to a high standard. - Produce accurate and professional tree survey plans in AutoCAD. - Prepare quotations for arboricultural surveys and reports. To apply for this post, or receive a full person specification, please forward your CV and covering letter to: Natalie.Brewin@aemg.co.uk
  11. In a small practical industry like arb, everyone seems to know everyone and large HR departments are rarities, it seems CV's are not really relative. Do you rate a CV? Do you read CV's or is a letter/email/phone call more important? If you do value CV, if so what do you look for in a CV? Any particular CV Gripes (Too many pages/pictures etc) Looking for advice, from an employer / manager’s perspective.
  12. Hi all, I'am currently approaching the end of my level 3 arb & forestry diploma. as a result i'am currently looking for anyone that can take me on for jobs even if its a couple of days a week. i'm hoping that i shall have my cs30/31 ticket soon. i'm a hard worker and have had a few jobs with arbs that have taken me on for a few weeks in the past. i would like for someone to give me a chance and i would quite happily just drag brash through a chipper etc. i enjoy ground work and hope someone will take me on, i'm in Lincolnshire but have 4x4 transport and a post 1998 car license if i can be any use to anyone please contact me regards
  13. Hi, I'm looking for a very occasional groundsman. I have odd days come up when I need a groundsman in the South London/Surrey area. This would also suit a climber who fancies a day on the ground! I'm now looking for someone to work on the 25th or 26th March. Pay dependent on age and experience. Thanks Gary
  14. We have some positions that have become available. One crew leader/climber and one climber to start immediately and one climber to start in April. We specialise in large tree removals in tight locations so experience in this area is a plus We are able to offer temporary accommodation for international applicants and will do what we can to assist with Visa applications We've got big plans and want you to be a part of it. If you're a top climber/crew leader and are keen to help us take this company to new heights (literally), then we want to hear from you today! We offer very competitive remuneration packages and real opportunity for career progression! Follow us on Facebook for photos and videos of our work http://www.facebook.com/TreeKingNZ treeking.co.nz Send CVs to james.isaacs@treeking.co.nz
  15. We have some positions that have become available. We are based on the North Shore of Auckland, New Zealand One crew leader/climber and one climber to start immediately and one climber to start in April. We specialise in large tree removals in tight locations so experience in this area is a plus We are able to offer temporary accommodation for international applicants and will do what we can to assist with Visa applications We've got big plans and want you to be a part of it. If you're a top climber/crew leader and are keen to help us take this company to new heights (literally), then we want to hear from you today! We offer very competitive remuneration packages and real opportunity for career progression! Follow us on Facebook for photos and videos of our work http://www.facebook.com/TreeKingNZ treeking.co.nz Send CVs to james.isaacs@treeking.co.nz
  16. M Large require:Health and Safety, Quality and Environmental (HSQE) Manager M Large are seeking to employ a HSQE Manager, to implement and manage health & safety, quality and environmental policies and procedures throughout their companies. Visit our website vacancies page for details and how to apply. mlarge
  17. Hello folks, We are looking for some arb work abroad - surveying/ inspection/ treework - we can do any and all! We are used to working together so make a great team, but are happy to work as part of a bigger team too. Below are are credentials and contact details. We are a pair experienced ISA Certified Arborists with NPTC CS 30, 31, 32, 34, 38, 38, 39 & AO 6, Emergency First Aid at Work and Outdoor First Aid and both studied at Merrist Wood for the Tree Surgery for Craftsmen. I have an HND in Arb & Urban Forestry and we both have Professional Tree Inspection qualifications along with surveying and inspection experience. We've also had training on spills and fire prevention and have our own PPE, climbing, rigging and surveying kits and a selection of chain- and hand-saws. Contact details should be below in the signature, but just in case, they are: Gale: gale@arboreal.org.uk 07842 268830 Dan: dan@arboreal.org.uk 07516 486997 Any pointers and info are very welcome as obviously are any work opportunities Thanks for your time and look forward to hearing from anyone that can help. Gale Ward & Dan Burgess
  18. Hello folks, Looking for some arb work abroad - surveying/ inspection/ treework we can do any and all! We are used to working together so make a great team, but are happy to work as part of a bigger team too. Below are are credentials and contact details. We are a pair experienced ISA Certified Arborists with NPTC CS 30, 31, 32, 34, 38, 38, 39 & AO 6, Emergency First Aid at Work and Outdoor First Aid and both studied at Merrist Wood for the Tree Surgery for Craftsmen. I have an HND in Arb & Urban Forestry and we both have Professional Tree Inspection qualifications along with surveying and inspection experience. We've also had training on spills and fire prevention and have our own PPE, climbing, rigging and surveying kits and a selection of chain- and hand-saws. Contact details should be below in the signature, but just in case, they are: Gale: gale@arboreal.org.uk 07842 268830 Dan: dan@arboreal.org.uk 07516 486997 Any pointers and info are very welcome as obviously are any work opportunities Thanks for your time and look forward to hearing from anyone that can help. Gale Ward & Dan Burgess
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    Hi my name is owen, I'm looking for some groundsman work in the westmids. I have a full uk driving licence, and chainsaw and chipper tickets, I have over 5 years experience in the trade and done sum landscaping and fencing. I can start asap for the right money. Im hard working and wanting a full time position. I'm looking to become a climber, I already have some experience with climbing but don't have tickets for it, my number is 07854812612 or email me at owenbuckland@sky.com. Many thanks
  20. Looking for chainsaw operator/ climber in Kidderminster for 3 or 4 days work next week please PM me.
  21. A fulltime position has become available for a competent arborist/climber at Willco Tree Services in the Wellington region (New Zealand). We are after a good strong climber with abilities in large take down's/removal's etc and pruning works (crown lifting, reduction work etc). Class 2 license would be preferred. Send me a PM if your interested
  22. Looking for work in Lincolnshire, based in east Lincs but own kit n car. Been working since Sep11 trained by Tree Tech (Paul Peacock and Tony Price) email me yellowgate@ymail.com my page YellowGate Jack "Dolly" Dolman
  23. Hi all, I'm NPTC qualified (CS30&31), and have all my own PPE as well as 9 months on-the-job experience, working for several different Glasgow tree surgeons. I'm competent in general groundie tasks and felling small trees. I'm hard-working, and a fast learner. So if anyone is in need of an extra hand, even if it's just for a day or two, get in touch with me on 07789621187. Cheers, Dru
  24. Hi, I need a couple of groundies for Thursday and friday this week. Please PM me ASAP Thanks Adam
  25. Hi my name is Ed Carrigan i'm 20 years old from Ripon, North Yorkshire and seeking employment in the arboricultural industry. I have some experience on the ground and climbing but looking to further advance my career. I hold NPTC CS 30,31,38,39 and recently completed a level 2 apprenticeship in environmental conservation with my current employer. I also hold various other NPTC units in pesticide application, tractor driving and hold a full clean driving licence with B+E. I have applied to complete an RFS certificate in arboriculture which i will be doing online in my own time. Im a hardworking enthusiastic person looking for a future career in arboriculture and not afraid of putting in a lot of time and effort to achieve this goal. Any advice or chance of even doing some weekend work for anyone would be much appreciated.

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