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  1. GET ON OUR DATABASE – RECEIVE AN EMAIL/TEXT ALERT IF A JOB IS IN YOUR AREA. Arborists always needed for variety of clients based across the UK and abroad. Always looking for CLIMBING ARBORISTS, GROUNDSMEN, TREE INSPECTORS, CONTRACT MANAGERS, SUPERVISORS Get on our database to hear about the jobs that register in your area via text or email. No need to search the internet to stay up to date. Email [email protected] or call 01743 344466 Just email us your contact details and CV if you have one - if you need help with your CV then we can do this for you free of charge. Currently recruiting for full time jobs in Northamptonshire, Warwickshire,Kent, Ireland, Surrey, Hampshire, East, West, South and North London, Kent, Leicestershire, Oxfordshire, Herts, Birmingham, Staffordshire, Shropshire, Lincolnshire, Wilts, Avon, Nottinghamshire, New Zealand, Germany, Sweden, Gloucestershire Must be NPTC qualified.
  2. A Swedish arborist company in the greater Stockholm-area is looking for 1-2 experienced & certified arborists/climbers/team leader for the summer season 2018. Mainly residential and urban tree care, lodging can be provided. Please send questions and inquiries along with your resume attached to [email protected] Visit website: arboristtjanst.se (all in Swedish, though...)
  3. 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
  4. Hi, What do I have to do to work abroad??? After seeing some of the EU last September I decided I really wanted to work/live there for a little while, (or however long they wanna keep me). So I planted some seeds and a guy responded a few months later, last week, and asked if I'd still be interested in the job. I could smell Sweden earlier this week when the employer I was talking to bailed on bringing me over. He said the paperwork would be too much work... After he'd mentioned getting that sorted after I arrived. I have over 4 years of climbing, rigging, and chainsaw experience and I'm not a douchebag when it comes to working in a team. I have a CV and I'm very willing and able to pay my way to and from an opportunity abroad. Besides some money and a good work ethic, what else do I need to make it across the pond?
  5. plank_pusher


    myself and a friend are planning to move to melbourne in october (all going to plan) we have jobs lined up. just wondered if anyone can offer some friendly advice on general matters such as housing, travel, ways to meet people etc also wondered what work is like over there? such as hours, ethic and things like that cheers
  6. I have a hard working enthusiastic employee (of nearly six years) who is keen to expand his horizons and work abroad. He is a proficient cutter (but not a climber) with lots of other fencing, spraying, landscaping skills. Any leads........Many thanks!


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