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  1. Job Title: Grounds Maintenance Team Leader and operatives Location: Bristol & Reading Duration: April-November 2016 with the possibility of full-time employment Hours: Monday-Friday 7.30am-4.00pm Salary: Dependant on experience and qualifications Start Date: Immediate This is a well-established small independent company providing grounds maintenance services to clients in both the private and public sector across the country. An opportunity has arisen for a Grounds Maintenance Team Leader and Operatives to join our busy team which could result in a full time contract being offered to the right candidates. The candidate will be self-motivated with a flexible approach and have some experience in grounds maintenance and horticultural practice. The candidate will be responsible for operating machinery when required, to include ride-on and pedestrian mowers, carry out general grounds maintenance operations to include grass cutting, strimming and hedge trimming. Experience is desirable and the ideal candidate will have a CSCS card and a full clean driver’s licence.Please note that some of our client drug and alcohol tests at induction and can carry them out at their convenience, so if you are likely to fail please do not apply. Required experience: 1 year, must have a CSCS green card or a CCNSG safety passport. Must have a Drivers License Please message for more details Many Thanks Wil
  2. I'm going to be be spending 4 months travelling and working up and down the gold coast from February onwards. Was wording if anyone could help me out getting work a day or two while i'm there? Any suggestions much appreciated! Thanks, Chris.
  3. Immediate positions available for well qualified, processional tree climbers to provide services for tree removal in California. This task includes tree removal along power line right-of-ways. For this reason we require that ALL climbers are either ACRT certified or has at least 5 years’ experience with a reputable power line service i.e. Asplundh, Davey, etc. All applicants will be required to take and pass; first aid and CPR training, drug test, equipment verification and onsite evaluation to test your knots and climbing ability. Pay rate of $27.50 per hour includes time and half and double time, plus $90.00 daily for per diem. Schedule is 13 days on 1 day off (repeat) Call DEL Enterprise (802) 545-2510 or email resume to info@delenterprise.com
  4. From Sunderland, willing to travel, I've classed myself as a second climber/ groundie, been climbing on and off for 5 years but only have my cs38, id be greatful of anything. Regards Rob 07756318146 Rob_bradford2012@hotmail.co.uk
  5. Certified Climbers and Cutters wanted for commercial and domestic works, weekends and weekdays - Must have PPE and Tickets. Work available until Christmas and Beyond contact@treeworkscotland.com
  6. Hi all I'm in need of a climber for this FRIDAY 27TH NOVEMBER to assist me in an oak reduction in Ingatestone with my team. You will need to have your ariel rescue ticket and chainsaw tickets for H&S requirements. You will also need your climbing kit and top handle chainsaw. Up to £130 paid for the day. If your interested, please text or phone me on 07768 116517. Luke Harlow South Hanningfield Tree Surgeons
  7. I found this video when I check out My own video archives, this shoot is taken 1996 in near Joensuu city eastern Finland on show called Silva Forest show. Lighter and heavier machines, work presentations ect. [ame] [/ame]
  8. Hi, I've been working for a landscaping firm for the last 8 months and I'm looking for some work to get me through the winter, I've got CS 30, 31 and 38 although I've been climbing for 8 years on and off, I've also have a CSCS card. I look forward to hearing from anyone that can help me out. Thanks in advance, Rob. 07756318146
  9. As an expanding small family business we are looking to expand our team to meet our clients needs over the winter months. Position would suit self motivated person keen to learn and develop their arb skills and knowledge. We work to a high standard for all our customers and CS30, 31, 38 and 39 is required for climbing position. Would consider a groundsman willing to learn and get airborne. Send CV to rich@rawtreecare.co.uk or call us on 01902 595859
  10. Trading since 1990, Landscape Planning Ltd is a nationally respected consultancy provider of arboricultural, ecological and landscape design services within the UK. The practice specialises in the provision of consultancy services regarding planning, insurance, land / asset management and aviation. We have continued to grow and develop our client base in 2015, and an opportunity has now arisen to work within our team. The role(s) will offer qualified arboriculturists an opportunity to work within our tree management services and general consultancy departments, and successful candidates will be working directly with Principals and Consultants as part of a multidisciplinary team. Successful applicants will have the following key responsibilities: Undertaking surveys and recommending necessary tree management. Preparing plans and tables. Providing support to consultants and principals on large infrastructure and other major projects. The successful applicant will: Be Degree, Foundation Degree or Diploma / Certificate qualified, with 3 years' surveying experience. Demonstrate previous relevant experience in arboriculture. Have a high standard of tree and plant ID and knowledge. Be a strong communicator with excellent customer service skills. Have good time management and the ability to act autonomously, using initiative. Adhere to and understand the importance of health & safety and risk assessment. Have a full UK driving licence and willingness to travel. Ideally, the successful applicant will also: Have previous experience using digital data capture hardware, such as PDAs and tablet computers. Salary: £20,000 - £28,000, dependent on qualifications and experience. Benefits: Essential car user allowance, all equipment, a personalised training plan and budget and an attractive benefits package. We also support flexible working initiatives. Interested parties should send a CV to askhr@landscapeplanning.co.uk or telephone 01206 752539. We look forward to hearing from you.
  11. Hi, I recently passed my 38 and 39, and I am looking for any odd shift to fill out my weeks. I have experience as a groundsman and consider myself switched on and competent. I would be happy to do ground work or any climbing jobs. I'm a new climber so in need of practise but as with anything in life you get out what you put in. I would add that any work I'm involved with I maintain a professional approach and manner while always trying to raise the standard of my work. I have my own top handle and ground saws, as well as my own climbing kit. If anyone could use a hand in the Glasgow area I'd be happy to hear from you. Cheers, Rich Mob:07933136253
  12. I'm looking for advice on working in Germany, in particular the Hamburg and Schleswig Holstein region. Are British qualifications and tickets recognised out there? What are climbing techniques A and B? Are there any Brits on here working in this region that might have any links to work? Is European tree worker a necessity or would ISA certified do (I have neither)? As much info as possible please! Cheers
  13. Hi Guys Im looking for a groundsman or climber to help with our work over the summer. It should be for the duration of the summer and can be subcontract or employed. Send a CV and brief outline of experience to office@rawtreecare.co.uk Thanks Rich
  14. Hi, i'm looking for subbies (individual climbers/ groundies etc) or team with vehicle and chipper etc, to carry out full jobs for me as my focus moves to other business areas. Mainly covering Middlesbrough and surrounding area. Thanks, Steve 07766467020
  15. Groundsman in Glasgow looking for work have ground based chainsaw operator tickets 201,202 and 203 also have all p.p.e and own chainsaw call anytime will take any days going cheers, Scott 07767127680
  16. Ive Been toying with the idea of moving to Barcelona early next year. Id be looking for any work at all when it comes down to it (tree related or not), but would ideally like to carry on climbing! Does anyone know anything of arb work out there, and ways into it? is there a route on to the city council work? Thanks for any help. Ben
  17. Hi, I have just passed my cs38 and I'm putting the feelers out for any opportunities to start climbing and gaining experience. I will be getting my cs39 in the next month or two as well. I have a good amount of experience doing ground work and I am looking to progress onto climbing. I am a reliable, competent, flexible and 'switched on' worker that is keen to continue learning and improving my skill set. I have my own ground saw, climbing kit and PPE. I'm 28 and based in Glasgow; however, for the right opportunity I would consider working further afield as I have no ties. Ideally, it would be full time opportunities but I understand this is possibly unrealistic. I am self employed so any opportunities would be considered. Thanks all, Rich Mobile: 07933136253
  18. I am looking for a climber with minimum 2 years experience (climbing) to join our small and successful Arb Approved company. We undertake mainly domestic tree work in and around Rutland with a very strong reputation and a loyal customer base. I am looking for someone with good attention to detail, punctuality, politeness with customers, and someone who is a team player. In return you will receive experience in a variety of tree works, work with a great team, and £90-120 per day (depending on experience). You must have CS38, CS39, and a driving licence. Ideally I am looking for someone who can supply a minimum of two days a week (ideally more), and who is self-employed but I would consider employing the right person. £90-120 per day Please see Arboricultural consultancy and Tree works for a bit more about the company (we are now also AA approved, CHAS and Trustmark accredited) Please email your CV to tommy@tpts.co.uk if you are interested
  19. Short video working with Japa logsplitter and Massey Ferguson 365 tractor. [ame] [/ame]
  20. I am looking for a climber with minimum 2 years experience (climbing) to join our small and successful Arb Approved company. We undertake mainly domestic tree work in and around Rutland with a very strong reputation and a loyal customer base. I am looking for someone with good attention to detail, punctuality, politeness with customers, and someone who is a team player. In return you will receive experience in a variety of tree works, work with a great team, and £90-120 per day (depending on experience). You must have CS38, CS39, and a driving licence. Ideally I am looking for someone who can supply a minimum of two days a week (ideally more), and who is self-employed but I would consider employing the right person. £90-120 per day Please seewww.tpts.co.uk for a bit more about the company (we are now also AA approved, CHAS and Trustmark accredited) Please email your CV to tommy@tpts.co.uk if you are interested
  21. Envirocology are after a climber for 2-3 days. Starting on Monday 23rd March. Pay based on ability and equipment. £100-£150 per day must have CS 30, 31,38,39. Based in Sittingbourne Kent Please contact Lee or Ben on 01795 830236
  22. Scott89

    Groundsman

    Hi everyone groundsman here in Glasgow with 201,202 and 203 tickets hard worker looking to graft,have experience working with a few tree surgeons also going on to do the climbing tickets at the start of April, looking for something full time as I have just became a father or even take shifts here and there,cheers guys. Contact number 07442168450
  23. I am looking for a climber with minimum 2 years experience (climbing). I run a small Arb Approved company undertaking mainly domestic tree work in and around Rutland. I am looking for someone with good attention to detail, punctuality, politeness with customers, and someone who is a team player. Must have CS39, driving licence and own transport. Initially I am looking for someone who is self-employed but would consider employment subject to successful probationary period. Please see Arboricultural consultancy and Tree works for a bit more about the company (this is not quite up to date - we are now AA approved, CHAS and Trustmark accredited) If you are interested please email me at tommy@tpts.co.uk Many thanks Tommy Plummer
  24. Hi all, Lots of threads on the credibility and quality of courses which is very useful however I have found nothing on how people have balanced working full time with doing a course? I plan to conduct either the level 4 with Treelife or Level 2 Cert with Myerscough. Do you genuinely think it helps to get ahead with your careers? and are you able to continue to earn a decent living whilst studying? Thanks,
  25. I'm 27, based in Bristol and with my own transport, PPE and ground saw. Currently working for a few different companies and looking to fill in some more days of the month. I'm not after permanent days, so if anyone needs an extra man on the ground for the occasional job then drop me a message and I'll get back to you. I can provide references if requested. Cheers!

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