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  1. Recruiting at Heritage Tree Services! Lead climber £35-45,000 per annum (dependent on experience) Second climber £25-35,000 per annum (dependent on experience) Potential relocation package for the right individual All other elements (eg. Paid holidays, career progression benefits etc.) We would really would like to hear from the industries talented lead/second climbers. The industries aspiring and those who think they might have what’s needed to progress to the categories above. We will ensure that the right person is looked after in all areas, to help fulfil your career choice We are a friendly, supportive organisation with outstanding equipment. We are proficient in recognizing how Arb crews need realistic and appropriate support. We have a range of clients and the work specs are put together by qualified tree surveyors with previous climbing careers so we understand and know the real deal. Would you like to meet for an informal cuppa and tell us about the work progression you might like? We are based in Oxfordshire outside Henley on Thames. Look really forward to hearing from you. Send over an email at your earliest convenience All the best Hugo admin@heritagetreeservices.co.uk
  2. Hello, I will be finishing off an eight week intensive course in tree surgery around the 21st October, after that I will be available for work as a qualified arborist and will have all the necessary tickets too work. Prior to the course, I have 2 years experience working as a gardener for a sole trader along with some self employed work, mainly hedge cutting. My number is 07880749696 Give me a call if you're interested! I have already got my chainsaw tickets, so could do some ground work in the meantime if you'd like.
  3. In need of an experienced Arborist that has a 7.5 tonne driving license and experience towing chippers/trailors. 3 month contract minimum working for a local authority in North London. Please call 02393 876064 for more information.
  4. Agile Arbor is based in Kelso NSW, Australia. We specialise in all aspects of vegetation management, including residential, commerical, Government and Transport NSW work. This includes tree removal and stump grinding activities, roadside tree removal and pruning and dangerous tree removal within rail corridors, just to name a few. We currently hold Government contracts throughout the Greater Sydney region, the blue mountains and the central west. We are seeking a fully qualified and experienced Arborist to work with us in a full time position. To be considered - it would be an advantage to hold the following skills and qualifications. UK equivalent to Arboriculture Cert III AUS with minimum 2 years climbing experience. International driver's licence, truck licence would be advantageous Elevated work platform experience Excavator experience Have a good understanding and capability to adhere to health and safety regulations. Have good attention to detail For the right applicant we would offer: Sponsorship as an Arborist within our company - right to work in Australia Long term career opportunities Full time residency Immediate start Supportive and ongoing training A great team envrionment If you would like to apply, please email us with a little bit about yourself and attach a CV to: info@agilearbor.com.au jaz@agilearbor.com.au If you have any questions or would like any more information about the role, please do not hesitate to contact us. You can have a look at us here on our website. https://www.agilearbor.com.au/ Look forward to hearing from you!
  5. Evening everyone, First time posting on here😀, just putting some feelers out for potential work abroad In Australia or New Zealand for 2021. Currently based in South Wales with 2 years experience in the Arb/Rope Access industry, working as a subbie. I’ve travelled Australia and New Zealand previously and I have been looking for the opportunity to go back. Can provide a CV and multiple references. Davidlewis2493@gmail.com Cheers everyone.
  6. Climbers and Groundworkers with relevant NPTC Certificates required for part-time subcontracting work in Gatwick area, West Sussex. Please contact me on: Mob:07766736970 or e-mail: ledger_arb@yahoo.co.uk Thanks James J.Ledger Tree Care Ltd.
  7. Looking for an experienced Arborist (Climber) to join our team in Thamesmead (South-East London) on a full-time, permanent basis (PAYE). Salary £27,000 - £35,000 per annum, plus a range of employee benefits (and family friendly working hours of 8am -3.30pm Mon-Fri) Should have CS30, 31, 38 & 39 as a minimum. Please click the link below to apply. Jobs - Job Details - Arborist WWW.PEABODYJOBS.ORG.UK Jobs at Peabody and CBHA
  8. Looking for an experienced Arborist (Climber) to join our team in Thamesmead (South-East London) on a full-time, permanent basis (PAYE). Salary £27,000 - £35,000 per annum, plus a range of employee benefits (and family friendly working hours of 8am -3.30pm Mon-Fri) Should have CS30, 31, 38 & 39 as a minimum. Please click the link below to apply. https://www.peabodyjobs.org.uk/en/job/497149/arborist
  9. Hello everyone, I’m wanting to see if anyone needs any help on the weekend,I’m will not to travel within a hour from Doncaster , I am wanting to gain more experience and confidence as I’ve only been in arb just over a year. I am a confident groundsman and confident using a saw. I do have my climbing tickets but I do not have a personal climbing kit yet I have my CSCS,CS30(maintenance +crosscut),CS31(felling small trees),CS38(climbing+rescue),manually fed wood chipper, first aid+F, SLG01 and I have my tractor and all implements. I also have my own PPE and transport. Thank you for reading. Cheers
  10. AERIAL ARBORISTS LTD have a position available for a fully licenced/authorised utility ARBORIST or GROUNDSMAN MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS - CS 30,31,38,39 - UA 1,2.1,2.2,2.3 - Scottish Power Authorisation - WL1 or WL2 - First Aid +F - Clean driving licence - Own chainsaws and kit Rates of pay to reflect ability/experience. Please contact Gareth on 07535888851 or gazp.aaltd@gmail.com
  11. URBAN TREE WORLD CUP FINAL This is the big one... The #UrbanTreeWorldCup FINAL! DAWN REDWOOD v LONDON PLANE - which will win the title of best urban tree? Vote, view the path to the final and the TDAG species selection guides here: Arboricultural Association - Urban Tree World Cup 2020 WWW.TREES.ORG.UK Professional training courses and workshops for Tree Surgeons, arborists and consultants. A wide range of Tree... Anything could happen in this fixture, so strap yourself in and get ready for a bumpy ride. We've had over 12,000 votes cast during the tournament and the response has been fantastic, with lots of debate and even some 'Tree Trash Talk' between opposing fans on Twitter! Thanks to everyone who has got involved. 3rd Place Playoff Result: BIRCH 57% v 43% HAWTHORN. This could easily have been the final. A close match but Birch edged ahead overnight and finishes #Stonehouse2020 in 3rd place, winning the unofficial title of best native urban tree. Both had a great #UrbanTreeWorldCup and did their fans proud
  12. Hello all, I would like to ask if there is anything I can do about birch tree that looks like will be dead by next year? We got a house with a garden last year, many beautiful huge trees - including birch. Last year the birch tree didn't have leaves in the very top of the crown. This spring it seems that the no leaves area spread and is now a bigger half of the tree. We would like to rescue this tree, help to keep it standing if there is anything we can do about it? What would be the advice regarding such tree? Leave it, cut part of it, add some good feed to it? How dangerous is it to leave a dead tree standing, hazzard of falling? The only history we know is that the last owner, had a digger digging out about 1m of the ground near the tree about 2-3 years ago. They only interrupted less than a quarter of the land around the tree. Possibly not visible very well on the picture, but the bottom part of the tree, maybe 2-3 levels, has new leaves sprouting. The upper half of the tree looks dry Thank you for your advice. Jana
  13. Adam1998

    Weekend work

    Hello all, I am currently looking for some weekend groundsman work basically just to help with my experience and confidence in arboriculture. i currently have my CSCS, CS30, CS31, CS38, manually fed wood chipper, first aid at work+F, SLG 01 and also Tractor with all implements. I have my own trousers, gloves and helmet. I am based in doncaster but will travel within a hour. Cheers
  14. Hello! I am currently studying EWITS to become qualified as a arborist/climber. My course will be completed in may and I will be moving too Sheffield as soon as I've qualified. My previous experience is a couple of years as a gardener which included a fair amount of pruning, including fruit trees. If there's anyone willing too have a chat or offer some work that would be amazing! Give me a buzz and I'll send a CV over as well! 07880749696 Ta, Leaf Link to course I'm studying - https://www.plumpton.ac.uk/courses/forestry-and-arboriculture-intensive-course-ewits-8-week-course-197/
  15. We are seeking an Arborist to join our team based in Thamesmead, South-East London Salary: PAYE £27,000-£35,000 (depending on experience and qualifications) Applicants must have NPTC tickets CS30, 31, 38 & 39 as a minimum Driving license essential All equipment and PPE provided 25 days Annual Leave (plus bank holidays) Family friendly working hours: Mon-Fri 8am-3.30pm Attendance based bonus scheme (usually circa £600-£700) paid in November each year. A range of other benefits We are a housing association with in-house Tree Services teams, responsible for the maintenance and management of around 30,000 trees within parklands, around our network of canals and within housing areas. To apply, or to see more details of the vacancy, please click on the below link. Jobs - Job Details - Arborist x 2 WWW.PEABODYJOBS.ORG.UK Jobs at Peabody and CBHA
  16. CST Environmental Management Ltd Utility Climbers required for a friendly company in the Midlands. Good rates of pay Consistent work Good career opportunities & some training provided Preferred Skills All applicants to be trained upto UA 2.3 contact Kevin Perry on 07734 875635 office 0121 748 1071
  17. We are a professionally run business, based in Hersham. We require a fully qualified Climber who takes pride in working to a high standard. At Olding Tree Care you will work as part of a friendly team on all aspects of tree surgery. We operate on a firm but fair basis, offering good rates of pay for the right applicant, depending on ability/experience. The position on offer is for a Full Time position, although a part time position may be considered. Salary will be based on qualifications & experience. Overtime opportunities available. An agreed probationary period will follow paid trial days 2 Riverdale Road, Hanworth TW13 6NS · Mobile: 07722 566504 Office: 020 8384 8775 · email: ben@oldingtreecare.co.uk
  18. We are seeking 2x Arborists to join our team based in Thamesmead, South-East London Salary: PAYE £27,000-£35,000 (depending on experience and qualifications) Applicants must have NPTC tickets CS30, 31, 38 & 39 as a minimum Driving license essential All equipment and PPE provided 25 days Annual Leave (plus bank holidays) Family friendly working hours: Mon-Fri 8am-3.30pm Attendance based bonus scheme (usually circa £600-£700) paid in November each year. A range of other benefits We are a housing association with in-house Tree Services teams, responsible for the maintenance and management of around 30,000 trees within parklands, around our network of canals and within housing areas. To apply, or to see more details of the vacancy, please click on the below link. Jobs - Job Details - Arborist x 2 WWW.PEABODYJOBS.ORG.UK Jobs at Peabody and CBHA Any questions, please feel free to drop me a message or email rebecca.barton@peabody.org.uk
  19. Self employed Tree climber or Groundsman required in Crawley Down near Gatwick, West Sussex. Local domestic tree work. NPTC Certificates required. Call James on: 07766736970 or email ledger_arb@yahoo.co.uk.
  20. https://www.peabodyjobs.org.uk/en/job/497149/arborist-x-2 £27,000 - £30,000 (may be negotiable for the right candidate) Peabody are seeking to recruit two Arborists to join their in-house Tree Services Team based in Thamesmead, South-East London, on a full-time, permanent basis (PAYE). The successful applicant will be able to carry out a range of tree work including planting, crown raising, reductions, pollarding, dismantling, felling and stump grinding, to a high standard and in line with industry best practice and BS3998: Tree Work Recommendations. The successful applicant will also be expected to assist in the maintenance of chainsaws, chippers and stump grinder. The Tree Services team work mostly within Thamesmead and provide high quality, planned, ad-hoc and reactive tree work to our existing tree stock of around 30,000 trees situated within housing estates, parklands and alongside our network of canals. Essential: CS30,31, 38, 39 Experience of working within a similar role. Full UK Driving License Desirable: CS41 (Aerial Tree Rigging) CS47 (Use of a Chainsaw from a MEWP) B+E Driving License (or pre-1997 UK Driving License) Why work for us? Working hours: 8am-3.30pm, Monday to Friday Weekend overtime available. 25 days annual leave (plus Bank Holidays). Salary of £27,000 - £30,000 per annum (salary may be negotiable for the right candidate) Annual attendance-based bonus scheme (circa £600-700) Continued Professional Development: ongoing training, refresher training etc. PPE, tools and equipment provided. Range of employee benefits to choose from including technology, memberships and discounts. If you would like any more info feel free to contact me at Rebecca.Barton@Peabody.org.uk or via Arbtalk 🙂
  21. Full time PAYE Arborists & Surveyors required for roles based out of our Windsor Office. Roles currently open include: - Team Leader. - Second Climber. - Groundsman / Apprentice. - Surveyor. If you are interested please call or text Chris on 07483 074453.
  22. THIS ADVERT HAS EXPIRED!

    • FOR SALE
    • USED

    Reduced from £6800, no VAT ! Unexpectedly selling this machine ☹️... Bandit HB20 Stump Grinder 25hp petrol Year: 2014 Hours: 180 ( may go up slightly as still using it ) Width : 25” ( with single wheels on ) to get through standard gates. Width : 38” ( with double wheels on ) for extra stability when grinding. Weight : 380kg Manual included Self propelled and body and engine moves side to side on a turntable so no rocking back and forth on the wheels like the smaller models. A very powerful machine. Only selling as circumstances have changed and no longer required. I’ve got a couple of jobs to finish off with it then it won’t be needed anymore. Reasonable offers invited. Cash on collection or cleared bank transfer only. Collection from Bilston near to Wolverhampton, West Mids. No Vat!! Sensible offers welcome

    £6,500.00

    Bilston , West Midlands - GB

  23. 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. 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. 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
  24. Jobs - Job Details - Arborist WWW.PEABODYJOBS.ORG.UK Jobs at Peabody and CBHA Peabody are seeking to recruit an Arborist to join their in-house Tree Services Team based in Thamesmead, South-East London. The successful applicant will be able to carry out a range of tree work including planting, crown raising, reductions, pollarding, dismantling, felling and stump grinding, to a high standard and in line with industry best practice and BS3998: Tree Work Recommendations. The successful applicant will also be expected to assist in the maintenance of chainsaws, chippers and stump grinder. The Tree Services team work mostly within Thamesmead and provide high quality, planned, ad-hoc and reactive tree work to our existing tree stock of around 30,000 trees situated within housing estates, parklands and alongside our network of canals. Essential: CS30,31, 38, 39 Experience of working within a similar role. Full UK Driving License Desirable: CS41 (Aerial Tree Rigging) CS47 (Use of a Chainsaw from a MEWP) B+E Driving License (or pre-1997 UK Driving License) Why work for us? Working hours: 8am-3.30pm, Monday to Friday Weekend overtime available. 25 days annual leave (plus Bank Holidays). Salary of £26,000 per annum Annual attendance-based bonus scheme (circa £600-700) Continued Professional Development: ongoing training, refresher training etc. PPE, tools and equipment provided. Range of employee benefits to choose from including technology, memberships and discounts. If you would like any more info feel free to contact me at Rebecca.Barton@Peabody.org.uk or via Arbtalk 🙂
  25. We are looking for an Arb Ground Worker to join our team at Silver Oak based in Sheffield. Ideally you will already have some experience working with an Arborist or already have some NPTC tickets. We are looking for someone who can work on a self employed contract basis for 3 days a week, potentially more. Job role: Chipping Dragging Lowering Looking after the climber in the tree Tidying Logging Use of chainsaw Experience: Ideally we would like someone with some experience and qualifications from an Arb College or NPTC Tickets CS30/31. We will also consider applications from people with experience in landscaping or garden work but with a willingness to learn and complete NPTC tickets. The applicant will need to have a good level of fitness, happy to work outdoors in all weather and potentially be eager to climb in the future. Apply: If you're looking to gain experience and progress to becoming a climber then we can help you gain the right skills to help you learn. Please message me and we can discuss the role in more detail. If you already have significant experience, please message me as we will also consider an experienced Arborist for some work.

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