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  1. Hi Guys, i am thinking to to start my own business as an independent Arboricultural consultant. I have my qualifications 5 in arb all certs required for tree work and surveying + couple more, have experience from private and public sector from dragging branches, climbing trees, listening to mrs miggins complaints about overgrown trees all the way to development report writing and consulting. I have done some small jobs on myself as consultant and have all necessary equipment (pen, paper, dbh tape, hammer, excel, word and insurnance). I am looking for your opinion: if there is still a place for small independent consulting business in South East? Also if some of the owners of consulting businesses can spare some tips/ tricks how to start the business or what to avoid it would be much appreciated. Appreciate any advice!
  2. Aaron9323

    Traineeship/ Apprenticeship WTD

    Obtained my CS30 & 31 last year and am now seeking long term employment as a trainee or apprentice to further develop my skills and knowledge. I'd be particularly interested in an arboriculture/ tree surgeon type role however am interested in all areas of the industry including woodland management. The key for me is the chance to improve my skills and knowledge. I'm a young, fit 23 year old willing to get stuck in wherever needed. I live near Malton, North Yorkshire and would be willing to travel upto an hour for the right position. If anyone has any positions going or knows anyone who might be looking I'd hugely appreciate any opportunities or recommendations. Thanks Aaron
  3. Treework Environmental Practice | Leading Arboricultural Consultants Job Title:Tree Surveyor Contract: 6 to 12 Months Salary: £17,500 – £23,000 Geographic Area: London, Berkshire, Buckinghamshire, Oxfordshire, Surrey Company: Treework Environmental Practice Opportunity to work with one of the UK’s leading Arboricultural Consultancies. The role consists of carrying out tree risk surveys & development site surveys. This role includes opportunities for a full time contract and to develop the role further to encompass, Arboricultural Consultancy, Veteran Tree Assessment, Regional Management and representing Treework Environmental Practice in the region. The successful applicants will have the following attributes: Essential: Level 3 QCF (or equivalent) minimum arboricultural qualification Experience and knowledge of Arboriculture Good understanding of MS office applications (minimum: Outlook, Word and Excel) Excellent self management skills Be able to work as part of a team Be adaptable, i.e. willing to carry out field work as well as desk work Be willing to travel in the UK to carry out surveys A clean driver's license Desirable: Experience of Tree Inventory Surveys Experience of collecting data using a hand–held computer Experience / training in quantified tree risk assessment method (e.g. QTRA, THREATS,etc.) Experience and knowledge of GIS Experience and knowledge of databases Experience and knowledge of AutoCAD Use of own vehicle for work travel If you are interested in this role please contact us via will@treeworks.co.uk with your covering letter and CV. No agencies please.

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