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  1. Do you have at least 3 years climbing experience in the arboricultural industry, experience of supervising a team, and the relevant qualifications? Do you want to work for a treework company with sustainability at its heart? Do you want to know that by cutting down trees you are a vital part of the wood economy, and that all material will be put to the best possible use? If so, please get in touch. The TreeStation is a Social Enterprise, a Living Wage Employer and an Arboricultural Association Approved Contractor. We have a dedicated team of treeworkers and a wide range of clients in the Greater Manchester area. Please send a short covering letter and your CV to info@treestation.co.uk. A commitment to sustainability is essential.
  2. Peabody, a large Housing Association with an in-house tree team are seeking to recruit an Arborist Supervisor and a Senior Arborist on a permanent, full time basis. Peabody have ownership of a significant amount of open space within Thamesmead, made up of parks, lakes, canals, woodlands and residential streets. We have responsibility for around 30,000 trees. All equipment is provided, including saws, climbing kits, trucks, chippers, stump grinder and MEWP. These roles will involve working as a Lead Climber, undertaking pruning, dismantling and other hands on arboricultural work for the majority of the time. The Supervisor will be required to be hands on and organise and record work completed, liaise with residents and other members of the public Candidates should be NPTC qualified and competent climbing arborists with a good knowledge of all tree work operations and practices. Previous experience of leading a team of staff is required for the Supervisor role. In return, Peabody are offering a salary of £30,000 (16.48 per hour) for the Supervisor and £26,000 (£14.29 per hour) for the Senior Arborist. Salary is negotiable for the right candidate. 35 hour week (08:00-15:30, Monday - Friday) 25 days paid annual leave (rising to 30) Annual attendance based bonus' Training/CPD Company contributory pension To apply: http://www.peabodyjobs.org.uk/cw/en/job/496100/arborist-supervisor http://www.peabodyjobs.org.uk/cw/en/job/495995/senior-arborist For an informal discussion, please email Tom Broad or Stephen Pyke at the email addresses below. Alternatively, you can send me a message on here. Tom.Broad@Peabody.org.uk Steve.Pyke@Peabody.org.uk
  3. Supervisor/ Senior Arborist Job no: 495995 Work type: Permanent - Full Time Location: Hailey Road, DA18 4AA Department: Other Salary: £30,000 / £26,000 *negotiable for the right candidate We are a registered social landlord (RSL) based in London. In 2014 they acquired another large housing association based in south east London who had a substantial land holding and with this a large tree stock. The grounds maintenance and tree works are undertaken using an in-house team. They are currently looking to recruit an Arborist Supervisor and Senior Arborists (Lead Climbers) who want to be part of a growing team with the opportunity to mould and develop the service and want a career with long term prospects and stability Reporting to their depot in Thamesmead, these roles will involve working as a Lead Climber, undertaking pruning, dismantling and other hands on arboricultural work for the majority of the time. In addition the Supervisor will be required to be hands on and organise and record work completed, liaise with residents and other members of the public Candidates should be NPTC qualified and competent climbing arborists with a good knowledge of all tree work operations and practices. Previous experience of leading a team of staff is required for the Supervisory role. In return they are offering a salary of circa £30,000 ( 16.48 per hour ) for the Supervisor and circa £26000 ( £14.29 per hour ) per annum for the Lead Climber *Salary is negotiable for the right candidates 35 hour week. Also 25 rising to 30 days paid annual leave, a £700 annual attendance payment, plus company contributory pension and training/CPD. To apply, please see our Careers page or click on the following link. http://www.peabodyjobs.org.uk/cw/en/job/495995/senior-arborist For an informal discussion, please feel free to email Tom Broad or Stephen Pyke at either of the email addresses below. Tom.Broad@Peabody.org.uk Steve.Pyke@Peabody.org.uk
  4. Keystone have a range of positions available from ground-worker to site supervisor within our expanding team of Ecological Contractors. Applicants would conduct a variety of works centred around land management, tree and scrub clearance, habitat creation and protected species mitigation. We are looking to recruit a number of hardworking, competent and diligent individuals prepared to work hard in an outdoor environment. Day to day operations will be from our yard facility just off of M4 Junction 18 with operatives expected to work away periodically. Salary will be dependant on experience and certifications ranging from 18-24k + periodical performance bonus, 28 days holiday, staying away incentives and good career progression opportunities. For full details please contact; joe.bradshaw@keyenv.co.uk // 01666 503687
  5. Arboricultural Junior Manager Location: West Midlands Salary: Dependant on Skills and Experience Contract Type: Full Time, Permanent Glendale, the “green services” division of Parkwood Holdings plc has revenues of £45 million and operates throughout the UK. Glendale’s activities include grounds management, countryside management, horticulture and golf course management. Based at our Sandwell or Solihull depot, the candidate will play a key role in the day to day planning of Arboriculture operations undertaken in the Midlands. The role will include, but is not limited to, the implementation of management plans and the surveying of trees in the delivery of arboriculture works to our Local Authority, commercial and private client base. The successful candidate will be responsible for operational aspects of Arboriculture teams to ensure high levels of professionalism, performance and productivity. They should also be able to demonstrate and have an understanding of current health and safety practices. The role requires meeting with customers on a daily basis, pricing and planning works, monitoring quality standards in accordance with our Arboricultural Association Approved Contractor status, Chas, Bali accreditation – to name a few. The ideal candidate should have a good practical and technical knowledge in Arboriculture – ideally qualified to technician level, NVQ 3, Diploma or Degree Level as well as holding NPTC Certificates, PA1 & PA6 The candidate will also have a strong understanding of H&S, ISO9001 & ISO14001 standards and have an excellent network in the Midlands area. Candidates must also hold a full UK driver licence preferably with a B+E trailer entitlement and have a flexible approach to working. Requiring genuine commitment, the position offers an exciting challenge for a highly motivated team player to advance their career within a stable working environment in a successful and growing company. To apply for this position, please send a letter of application and CV to recruit@glendale-services.co.uk Closing Date: 17 October 2014 If you are interested in applying for this role, we suggest that you do so at the earliest opportunity to avoid disappointment. Please note that if you have not received correspondence within 21 days then please assume your application has been unsuccessful on this occasion.
  6. The candidate's key responsibilities will be the daily supervision, monitoring and motivation of the Arborist Team. The other key duty will be to support and contribute to the technical knowledge of the Parks Team. You will have significant experience of working within the tree industry and of leading teams on tree works, holding the requisite NPTC Certificates and a clean driving licence, preferably a full pre 1997 or subsequent trailer test award licence. Requiring genuine commitment, this position offers an exciting challenge and a chance for a highly motivated team player to advance their career within a stable working environment in a successful and growing company. To apply for this position visit http://www.oxford.gov.uk/jobs

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