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Found 2 results

  1. CTC Recruitment

    ARB SURVEYOR NEEDED, DORSET UP TO £27K P/A

    Our client is an established arboricultural consultancy based in Dorset with an extensive client base through out London and the southern counties. Their clients consist primarily of large commercial organisations and government agencies for whom they provide a range of technical services from arboricultural consultancy (including tree protection and root survey) to japanese knotweed survey and control. They are now looking for an additional Surveyor to join their team. The key objective of the role is to undertake tree surveying and arboricultural consultancy advice. In addition to TreeRadar and BS5837 work. There will be a requirement to travel to our client’s sites throughout the UK and there will be a need to be flexible staying away from home for short periods and/or working longer days. A level 4 qualification in Arboriculture is desirable. Candidates will need the Professional Tree Inspectors qualification. Relevant, demonstrable, tree surveying experience is also required. In return a competitive pay package subject to experience starting at £20-£27K per year paid pro-rata monthly. For more information please contact admin@ctcrecruitment.co.uk or call 01743 344466 quoting reference 1709-3
  2. Our client is an established arboricultural consultancy based in Dorset with an extensive client base through out London and the southern counties. Their clients consist primarily of large commercial organisations and government agencies for whom they provide a range of technical services from arboricultural consultancy (including tree protection and root survey) to japanese knotweed survey and control. They are now looking for an additional Surveyor to join their team. The key objective of the role is to undertake tree surveying and arboricultural consultancy advice. In addition to TreeRadar and BS5837 work. There will be a requirement to travel to our client’s sites throughout the UK and there will be a need to be flexible staying away from home for short periods and/or working longer days. A level 4 qualification in Arboriculture is desirable. Candidates will need the Professional Tree Inspectors qualification. Relevant, demonstrable, tree surveying experience is also required. In return a competitive pay package subject to experience starting at £20-£27K per year paid pro-rata monthly. For more information please contact admin@ctcrecruitment.co.uk or call 01743 344466 quoting reference 1709-3

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