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  1. jody_h


    Can anybody recommend a truck mounted crane with driver to remove a large Lombardy poplar that has fallen in a moat? Essex/Herts borders.
  2. Austin Family Tree Care is a small but extremely busy, family-run company. We are currently looking to recruit a Groundsman / Second Climber who is: - hard working, trustworthy and reliable - committed to customer care - friendly and enthusiastic about arboriculture. You must hold the following certificates: - CS30 - CS31 - CS38 - CS39 You must also always work to a high standard in terms of both safety and quality, and a full driver's license with trailer entitlement would be an advantage. In return we offer good rates of pay and the chance for the right candidate to progress their career. We also provide full PPE and further training as required. If you feel you could be suitable for this position, please send your CV to: [email protected] or call Westley Austin on 07964 939765 for an informal chat.
  3. We are a small company based in Shenfield, Brentwood have been going for 25 years. We need a climber on a self employed basis - days to suit. Give Nick a call on 0771 441 3081 or email on [email protected] Thanks Nick
  4. We are a small established firm near Brentwood and are looking for an experienced climber for all types of tree work. Start asap. Contact 0771 441 3081 or [email protected] for more info
  5. I am a climber looking for work in the Essex area. I also have a chipper for hire and will do good rates for both services. Recently passed my tech cert also. Cheers
  6. I'm currently working as a surveyor full time on behalf of Fountains on National Grid Network. Previous work experience on the LUL Network (Site Person in Charge) Level 2 Cert in Forestry and Arb (Studying Level 3) NPTC'S in Pesticides PA1 PA6 and Chainsaw 30,31,38 and 39. Utility Aboriculture : UA1, UA2.1 and UA5. LANTRA - Brushcutter/Woodchipper First Aid at Work Certificate Looking for weekend work as a groundsman and aerial rescue/second climber. I have done some work as a climber but looking to develop and gain experience. Also willing to undertake any manual labor tasks. I have all my own PPE. I have a digital copy of all my certs if required. [email protected] https://www.facebook.com/JNR.Sadler Cheers James
  7. Hello i'm back. My name is Matt. Im 19 I was working in an unrelated trade (cabinet maker) but i have since lost my job. I'm a hard worker and i enjoy working hard and manually. I'm looking at working as a groundie i consider myself to be a particularly hard worker, i'm happy to work any hours im asked to work. I just need a chance to prove myself as a worker as i have nothing of particular interest in the paper side. Also i'm finding it hard to even be given a chance due to my age and the general thought of young people being lazy. Can anyone help me? Many Thanks.
  8. Hi all, If there is anyone out there local to essex looking for a good groundsman, please get in contact, i myself live in chelmsford. My current firms work is drying up and i need to pay my bills lol, (dont we all) I have CS30,31,38,39,40...also have my UA1 and am currently in training for UA2and3 I have my own PPE, Climbing/rescue kit. I am very hard working, i do more groundie work than climbing, but am more than happy to do it. have a look at my albums for some of my previous work, i will upload some news pics in a min. I have my own transport and have no problem with early starts, work very well with a team. Please gimmie a shout if you need help, i also have a collegue from the same firm looking for work if you need more than one person. Many thanks
  9. Just completed a City & Guilds National certificate in Arboriculture and Land Base Skills at Otley College, Suffolk and am seeking a trainee/apprenticeship job in the Arb industry in the South-East/East Anglia. I am very eager to work and keen to apply what I have learnt so far, whilst looking forward to learning more. I'm very enthusiastic and not afraid of hard graft. I live near Colchester and have my own car. CV attached. Can anyone help? Thanks a lot. Harry cv.doc


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