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  1. Peabody have an opportunity for a Trainee Arborist to join our team. The role includes full training and all kit is provided. Please apply using the following link: Trainee Arborist - Peabody (peabodygroup.org.uk) We also have an opportunity for an Arborist Groundsperson to join our team. NPTC 201/202 (formerly CS30/31) is desirable but training can be provided for the right candidate. Please apply using the following link: Arborist Grounds Person - Peabody (peabodygroup.org.uk)
  2. As a Tree Climber with a minimum 2 years' experience, if you’re looking to work in one of the most desirable locations in the world, we’d like to hear from you. Where appropriate, visa assistance may be offered to the right candidates. We’re looking for someone with proactive attitude, a keen work ethic and comfortable as part of a busy team of fellow professionals Further details on this opportunity can be found here The Arbor Centre tree climber job vacancy ARBORCENTRE.COM.AU We're actively looking for a tree climber | Arborist | Tree surgeon | Arborist | Tree pruning | Tree maintenance | EWP ticket Please take a look at the company website here . . . Arbor Centre Website If you would like to arrange an informal Zoom chat, we'd be happy to facilitate this for you. Please provide your availability for the next 7 to 10 days and we'll confirm this with you.
  3. Please tip down side of property on concrete Pad, if theres no room there then please tip on front concrete pad. Maybe easier to reverse down the road, Call 07752156345 anytime for drop off we’re open 24/7. 20 Glebe Lane PR98EU Thank you
  4. Anderson Tree Care have a vacancy for arborists, looking to gain experience and knowledge in all areas of arboriculture. E Our work varies from small operations to lengthy and complex contracts, across urban and forested environments in cities and towns; open countryside; nature conservation sites; and heritage locations. We offer training and development opportunities, including with various plants and tools such as MEWP. We are a family business that has been in operation for over 50 years. We are Aboricultural Association approved contractors, and are also ISO 9001, 14001 and 45001 accredited, demonstrating our commitment to the highest standard of service and safety for our staff and clients. If you think this sounds like a job for you we’d love to hear from you – please email [email protected] or phone Bob on 07831195660.
  5. Beechwood Trees and Landscapes Ltd are looking for Freelance Climbers to fill in spare days and to provide holiday cover. We are also recruiting for full time positions: 𝗧𝗥𝗘𝗘 𝗦𝗨𝗥𝗚𝗘𝗢𝗡 𝗝𝗢𝗕𝗦 We are hiring for the following roles: Team Leader - Tree Surgeons Second Climber / Rescue - Tree Surgeons Ground based - Tree Surgeons Tree Surgeon Jobs on Indeed.com https://indeedhi.re/453IZKB Please get in touch: 0800 3287988 [email protected] www.beechwoodtrees.co.uk Or DM us on here... #teambeechwood #jobs #treesurgeon #arborist #careers
  6. Hi Arbtalkers, we sent out an Instagram post yesterday asking this question and have had some fascinating replies so thought we’d ask here too. To see the Insta post and join the conversation click here but can you take a moment to answer this questionnaire too? We are keen to find out how people get into arb (and by default perhaps get an insight into how people don’t hear about it too!). If you'd like to tell us more, please comment - we'd love to hear from you. We're running the poll for just over a week and will share the results afterwards. Thanks, Kate & Beccy
  7. Due to considerable expansion Royal Oak Tree Services Ltd are seeking multiple motivated, hard working individuals to join their growing friendly team. The position is rewarded with an industry leading rate of pay, training and promotional opportunities amongst other benefits. The perfect candidate will need to be friendly, hard working, motivated and have a keen interest in the industry. If this sounds like you please read on. Salary is negotiable dependent on experience and competency level The Position The climber (arborist) position is a full time contract working 5 days per week (Monday - Friday). Crucially the individual has to have a very keen interest in the industry and knowledge of the industry and willing to share among other team members. Full support will be given to the right individuals and regular CPD to increase the level of Knowledge and experience. If relocating help will be provided. Knowledge of mechanical arb is an advantage We ask that our team members are available from 7am - approx 5pm every day The role will comprise of climbing arborist duties with groundsman duties including jumping between the highways maintenance side initially and commercial and domestic sides. The company completes all kinds of arboricultural work from hedge trimming to tree felling and low impact forestry, one of our team leaders will be on site to support you with all types of support that you may need. Qualifications Please note: For this position, only applicants with ALL of the essential qualifications will be considered. The qualifications that we need for this position are: Essential: Full Driving Licence Climbing Certificate NPTC Unit 201/202 NPTC Unit 203 NPTC Unit 206/306 NPTC Unit 308 Benefits In return for your hard work we don’t just offer a very competitive rate of pay. Additionally we give you: 37 days holiday 1 extra paid day off for your birthday Discounts at shops, restaurants and other retail Annual spending money or subsidiary for holidays Charitable support Company pension And much more For more information please contact us. Salary of £40,000 Per Annum Overtime additional on top
  8. Experienced Grounds person or suitably motivated individual are invited to join our small, friendly, family run team based near Stratford on Avon Our business is a healthy mix of tree surgery, estate management, grounds clearance and general gardening. Our work is based in and around Stratford on Avon, working in private gardens and rural estates. Key Skills & Qualifications A good sense of humour and an enthusiastic team player CS30 and CS31 - desirable but full training and support given to the right person to gain these qualifications Full UK Driving license including towing trailers in excess of 750kgs Proven experience in arboriculture/horticulture - may suit an experienced climber or team leader looking for a more relaxed working environment Full time, part time or self- employed all considered. Starting Pay is dependent on your experience. Future opportunities based on your performance and aptitude! We are professional, polite and passionate about what we do. If you are the same and would like to know more please email us with a brief introduction to yourself and a current CV – thank you for your interest and time [email protected]
  9. 1st Call Trees are looking for Climbers. Job Description Fully qualified climber F/T PAYE Fully qualified climber P/T PAYE We are looking for a reliable team player, with good communication skills and able to deal with the general public. MUST HAVE REQUIREMENTS: Full UK driving license Hold current NPTC units CS30 CS31 CS38 CS39 or the equivalent. GOOD TO HAVE CS41 NPTC Brushwood chipper NPTC Stump grinder IPAF/NPTC MEWP qualification NRSWA Street works card First Aid at Work We offer a friendly workplace with a good team atmosphere • Professional development and training offered/provided • All PPE and equipment • Company uniform 28 Days holiday (including Bank Holidays) For more information please email [email protected]
  10. Looking for a self employed sub contract arborist willing to commit to 2 or more days a week in Rettendon, Essex, cm3. We are a small firm but I own and run 3 businesses so promptness, commitment and reliability are essential, as well as usual tickets, driving licence and towing capabilities. I am happy to pay up to £200 a day for the right candidate. Job roles to include mainly but not exclusively climbing and leading a job site, dealing with on site paperwork, client relations on site and all the domestic and council arb work as standard. Typical work hours 8am - 4pm. Good experience is required and the ability to think outside the box on tricky sites. Main role will be to climb, but hedge trimming, site clearances and usual arb work will be included in day to day activities. If this is something you think you would be willing to consider, then please phone Luke on 07768116517 or alternatively send an email with your CV and tickets to [email protected]. A heath and safety questionnaire will be needed to be filled in thereafter and other formalities as company procedure. Thanks for your time, and I look forward to any responses
  11. Book Your Tickets Friday 12th - Saturday 13th May 9.00am - 17.00pm Less than 1 week until we celebrate the world of tree care and the arborist community, as the longest running arboriculture trade show returns to the Westonbirt Arboretum for the first time in four years! IMPORTANT: ERROR ON GOOGLE MAPS USE: Westonbirt Arboretum, A433, Westonbirt, Tetbury GL8 8QS or Westonbirt, Tetbury GL8 8QS DO NOT USE: Westonbirt, The National Arboretum, Tetbury Unfortunately, Forestry England are having issues correcting this error. Do not use this option, which as of Sunday 7th May, is completely wrong by around 20 miles. The issue seems to be with 'The National Arboretum' option. NEAREST CASHPOINT: Tetbury - Lloyds TSB or Tesco Superstore FREE ENTRY: Arboricultural Association Members (With Card), Arboricultural Association Approved Contractors (limits apply), ARB Show Open Climbers, Friends of Westonbirt Arboretum Membership, ISA Members. EXHIBITOR LIST ARB Show Activities and Timetables Here's a roundup of just a few of the many attractions waiting for you at the show, not to mention the world class arboretum and its 145 champion trees... ENTER THE ARB SHOW OPEN Book ARB Show Tickets Book Your Tickets
  12. Hi, About me: 23 years old, been working as a domestic tree surgeon since I was 20. I have the basic tickets, CS30-32, arial rescue, chainsaw from a harness, stump grinder, chipper and basic first aid. I hold a full UK driver's licence and have my own vehicle. Of the last 3 years I have been climbing regularly for about 2. I'm not going to sell myself as the best climber going - I still have a lot to learn and master - but I'm confident I could be an asset to someone's team. I have experience working in all weather both up trees and on the ground, forest maintenance, roadside/traffic management jobs, garden and street tree work. I have a Level 2 certificate in Arboriculture and I'm currently studying the Level 4 Diploma in Arboriculture through Tree Life. I'm currently working as a tree surgeon in North West England and I would like to move up further north and work in the countryside, but depending on what's available I wouldn't be opposed to working in an urban environment either. I just want a change of scenery and to try somewhere different if I'm honest! If you have need of someone like me please drop a message. I will consider any and all options 🙂 Thanks and have a nice day!
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    Private residence. Please call/email to arrange to use tipsite. Access from 2nd bend in the road, to the right of green, second house from the end. Deposit on gravel drive in front of grey fencing. No roots, woodchips.
  14. Fancy working in a different climate? Call or email if you want to hear more. From Kate & Beccy 😊 (01743344466/[email protected]) Our client is an established tree care business based in Bermuda who are looking for a Climbing Arborist to assist their team with work all over the island. The work is mainly residential tree care with some landscaping and occasional utility work. Suitable candidates must have at least two years climbing experience and have tickets for aerial use of a chainsaw. You will be expected to drive but this will involve taking a test once in Bermuda to gain a local licence . You must have a clean police record and be over 21 years of age. The company will arrange the work permit and Visa for you which can take 3-6 months and provide the first months accommodation. In return, you will be paid from $26 BMD /hour gross ( £20/hour) for a 45 hour week with overtime available. Taxes and healthcare come in at circa 22% so similar to UK. Plus 20 holidays per year (inc Banks).Interviews would be held remotely via video call and general queries can be answered by us.
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  16. Anyone need a Groundie/Climber? I'm CS39 qualified l, have my climbing kit, saws, a car and a clean driving license. Individual projects needing an extra man or regular days. On the ground or in the tree👍 Within a reasonable distance of GU14 Mike Holton 07926811857 [email protected]
  17. IMG_7739.MOV 69143478266__B0EEB529-6177-4C8B-9CC8-3EE15E9240FA.MOV Hi Arb friends, it’s been a bit of a battle making this post (the second video down works on the phone for me, please ignore the top one… I can’t delete it!) and if it doesn’t work very well I will try again another day. The long and short of it is that we are wondering whether any of you have any video clips that you could share with us as we would like to make some videos to share on social media, spreading the word about jobs in Arb. Any short video clips would have to be high quality, filmed in portrait mode and with safe working practices. If you’re up for joining in please let me know here and I can share contact details to get us going. Thanks in advance for any content or comment. Kate & Beccy 😊
  18. Hi everyone 😊 It's time for another questionnaire. This week We've been chatting about work life balance and would be interested to hear your answers. It's anonymous, but if you want to add anything in the comments please do. Hope you're all staying warm out there as the weather finally changes. Thanks for joining in. Kate & Beccy 😊
  19. We are currently looking for a climber to do regular work with us 3-4 days a week as the business is growing and needs more staff rather than as hoc. We pride ourselves on a tidy finish and positive work ethic. We require relevant tickets, chainsaw, climbing, chipper etc first aid plus forestry would be great too. Will pay competitively depending on experience. Contact Ash: 07807670121 [email protected] www.ahtreesurgeon.com
  20. We'd love to say hi if you're coming to APF this year. Whether you're new to climbing, experienced and thinking forward to when you might be on the ground more, or have already downed tools we'd love to say hello. At our stand will be Beccy, Kate and Cherry the dog (all from CTC) and Keely (from Tree Life AC) will be with us 10-3 each day. Together we have decades of experience in the industry. Keely is able to help those looking to further their education in arboriculture and is a font of knowledge in the sector. Beccy has been placing arborists at all levels for two decades and, along with Kate (me - a relative newby) can advise on career paths and may have just the job for you on the books! If you have any queries we can help with in the meantime, or if you're not able to come and have questions, drop them in below and we'll be in touch. Photo credit; Juddy There's also the opportunity to WIN either a Lantra PTI or a Fungi Recognition and Response Course with CTC Recruitment and Tree Life AC. We are here to support arborists at all levels over the phone, on social media and in real life at APF 2022. Let us know where you are in your career, what you enjoy and what your ambitions are and we'll help wherever we can. We'll also enter you into the competition with the chance to win a FREE course with the highly regarded training team for Tree Life AC. To enter: Say hi at the show but if you're not attending you can either email us at [email protected], click here and follow the instructions or use the QR code below. *Small print: The course financial values are £450+vat and £120+vat respectively but it's the value to a career we're interested in. There is no cash alternative – the winners will be decided by Tree Life and CTC Recruitment and the judge's decision is final. We're doing this to spread the word; start conversations; support Arb careers and the industry and hope you'll approach the competition in the spirit intended – thanks. Winners announced Oct 2022. Hope to see you there if youre going. Kaye, Beccy and Keely www.ctcrecruitment.co.uk [email protected] Tel: 01743 344466 www.treelifeac.co.uk [email protected] Tel: 0116 260 6939
  21. At APF 2022, in collaboration with Keely at Tree Life AC, we are offering information, support and two amazing prizes for the Arboriculture community. Our theme for the show is – 'Supporting arborists in creating a long and satisfying career in trees'. We want to help the aspiring Arborist who is aiming to get off the tools and head into their first technical role - working with trees, but from the ground. We know from many years in the industry talking to arb employers that the PTI is the course that helps consolidate a climbing Arborists’ CV The PTI (Professional Tree Inspector) is a 3-day course which is respected throughout the industry. In combination with a Level 3 in Arboriculture it gets you the leg up to an interview for a technical post - from climber to tree surveyor/tree officer and beyond. Now’s not the time? Not sure whether you’re ready? Or already have a PTI? Never fear – we are also offering a one-day Fungi course – another useful arb qualification. The prizes are being offered by Tree Life in collaboration with us and they are both courses which will support Arborists on their career path and other technical positions. For a chance to WIN either a Professional Tree Inspector course or a Fungi Recognition and Response course All you have to do is: TO ENTER: Either drop us a line at [email protected], follow and message us on Instagram or LinkedIn, or pop along at the show and say hello. That’s all! Once we’ve said hello back and had a short conversation, we’ll pop your name in the pot and you’ll be in with a chance to win. *Small print: The course financial values are £450+vat and £120+vat respectively but it’s the value to a career we’re interested in. There is no cash alternative – the winners will be decided by Tree Life and CTC Recruitment and the judge’s decision is final. We’re doing this to spread the word; start conversations; support Arb careers and the industry and hope you’ll approach the competition in the spirit intended – thanks. Winners will be annonced by the end of September. Links for further exploration: CTC Recruitment Ltd Tree Life AC Ltd Professional Tree Inspector course (PTI) Fungi 'recognition & response' 1 Day Course
  22. At APF 2022, in collaboration with Keely at Tree Life AC, we are offering information, support and two amazing prizes for the Arboriculture community. Our theme for the show is – 'Supporting arborists in creating a long and satisfying career in trees'. We want to help the aspiring Arborist who is aiming to get off the tools and head into their first technical role - working with trees, but from the ground. We know from many years in the industry talking to arb employers that the PTI is the course that helps consolidate a climbing Arborists’ CV The PTI (Professional Tree Inspector) is a 3-day course which is respected throughout the industry. In combination with a Level 3 in Arboriculture it gets you the leg up to an interview for a technical post - from climber to tree surveyor/tree officer and beyond. Now’s not the time? Not sure whether you’re ready? Or already have a PTI? Never fear – we are also offering a one-day Fungi course – another useful arb qualification. The prizes are being offered by Tree Life in collaboration with us and they are both courses which will support Arborists on their career path and other technical positions. For a chance to WIN either a Professional Tree Inspector course or a Fungi Recognition and Response course All you have to do is: TO ENTER: Either drop us a line at [email protected], follow and message us on Instagram or LinkedIn, or pop along at the show and say hello. That’s all! Once we’ve said hello back and had a short conversation, we’ll pop your name in the pot and you’ll be in with a chance to win. *Small print: The course financial values are £450+vat and £120+vat respectively but it’s the value to a career we’re interested in. There is no cash alternative – the winners will be decided by Tree Life and CTC Recruitment and the judge’s decision is final. We’re doing this to spread the word; start conversations; support Arb careers and the industry and hope you’ll approach the competition in the spirit intended – thanks. Winners will be annonced by the end of September. Links for further exploration: CTC Recruitment Ltd Tree Life AC Ltd Professional Tree Inspector course (PTI) Fungi 'recognition & response' 1 Day Course
  23. I have ended my career as a climbing arborist recently. However, my previous employer has asked that I help them out on a freelance basis with quoting and scheduling, content writing, report writing, training etc. What should I charge for these services? For context, I've been in the industry 11 years, worked for this employer for 3 years. I am ISA Certified, TRAQ (Tree Risk Assessors Qualified), NZQF (New Zealand Qualifications Framework) Level 4 Arborist, foreman/crew leader for 10 years. I write tree reports, advertising content, estimates. I am familiar with their quoting/scheduling software and how they do business. Obviously I will charge more than my hourly rate when I was an employee. I want to make good money for my services but also don't want to price myself out of future opportunities. Any insight would be greatly appreciated
  24. Hi I'm 23 and have recently moved up to Newcastle from mid wales and I'm looking for work in the north east. My aim is to be up in the trees as a climber eventually and I'm willing to work my way up to that. I have over a years worth of experience as a groundy, working with small arb teams dragging brash, feeding chippers, logging up and snedding out, assisting with basic rigging and aiding with assisted felling. I also have experience working grounds maintenance; strimming, mowing, hedge cutting and all the clean up that goes with that. I admit I have only recently gotten my tickets so my experience is a bit limited especially with the climbing but I'm very keen to learn and greatly value any experience I can get or any knowledge passed on. Tickets I currently have: Health and safety first aid in forestry Chainsaw maintenance and cross cutting Small tree felling Tree climbing and aerial rescue With more to come once the bank account allows... I previously worked in a small sawmill so I know how to do a hard days work. I'm punctual and I appreciate that honesty goes a long way. I love being outdoors which is mainly why I've chosen this career path and have a passion for learning all about trees and plants. I have my own saw (husky 550) and relevent PPE and a small climbing kit that is enough for basic jobs and aerial rescue. I also have a full driver's license and my own vehicle and I'm willing to travel. Would love to hear from anyone with opportunities or anyone who knows someone looking for an extra hand. My contact details [email protected] 07309099178
  25. With 20 years' experience in the industry, we are well aware that there comes a time in every climbing arborists' life that being up trees for a living becomes harder. Often that moment is what pre-empts the conversation we then have with climbers about next steps but it pays to think about this before that moment arrives. There are several ways that experienced climbers and groundsmen can advance their careers. There are lots of options, whether it's going on to become a tree surveyor, a planning officer, a practical assessor, a teacher or college lecturer, an expert witness, and lots more - there's something for everyone in the arb industry. The thing is that decades of experience and chainsaw tickets usually just isn't enough. However, a bit of forward planning and some extra time and effort will gain you the qualification you need to progress higher while your feet are on the ground. Watching who's about you on a daily basis in the arb world and seeing what draws your attention might help you decide a direction. The following links will take you to the Arboriculture Association website and they offer a wealth of information and support in this area. For a simple page of the possible careers in this sector click here and for a more detailed, clear view of the qualifications needed for different roles it's here. You can also access a list of training providers which offer suitable courses across the UK here. We would love to hear from education providers and those who have gone on to qualify at Level 3 or above in the arb sector about other options that will enrich this blog. We'll keep it updated so that it's useful on an ongoing basis. In the meantime it's really worth thinking about what your plan is for when climbing looses its shine. We're here when the time comes and we usually have a good range of technical as well as practical jobs available. Please comment if there are roles you think should be included above or if you have any questions. Kate & Beccy 😊

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