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Found 19 results

  1. Tree Craft NSW Pty Ltd

    Arborist work in Australia

    Tree Craft is an arbor company situated in Orange, the food and wine hub of Central West NSW, Australia. We have competitive mountain bike trails, hatted restaurants and bars, and we are only 2 hours drive from the Blue Mountains and 3 hours drive from Sydney. Perfect for anyone looking for a "tree change". We specialise in a range of tree cutting services from domestic tree pruning to large council land clearing contracts. With 15 years of experience, Tree Craft has developed an excellent reputation and is ISO 9001:2015 certified. If you are an experienced climber, and thinking about working in Australia for a year or two, or just want to come over on a working holiday, we would be keen to hear from you. We are an approved government sponsor for TSS visas so we might be able to help if you are looking for something longer term. Feel free to email us your details if you are interested in learning more. info@treecraft.com.au
  2. Hi all I'm currently a contract Climber based in Adelaide, South Australia. I've been contacting for two years now in Adelaide, worked at companies previously in Adelaide for 5 years. I'm looking to do a little bit of traveling and networking before my wife and I have our first child. My qualifications are : - extended diploma in Arboriculture and Forestry (British) - CS tickets 30, 31, 38, 39, 40 and 41 - AQF Cert 4 in training and accessing - construction card I have all my own kit including - top handle saws - larger ground saws - full climbing kit - full rigging kit - 2014 ford ranger 3.2l 4x4 I am fully insured - public liability 10mil - professional indemnity 2mil I've kept it relatively short and sweet. If you want to contact me further my details are: Tom Stevens 1stcallarborists@gmail.com 0478982994 Cheers
  3. Hi there, Potentially thinking about going over to Australia to work. (Ideally Brisbane) Was just wondering if anyone has any information for me that could potentially help me in deciding what/where to go. I am 22 years old with 4 years climbing experience. So compared to a lot of guys on here still very new to the game. I have all the basic 4 tickets then; large fell, rigging, aerial pruning, MEWP and 7.5 tonne lorry tickets. I also have a level 2 and level 3 in Arboriculture. Like I said before any info would be greatly appreciated. Thanks Adam.
  4. Currently looking for a climber and a team leader in Melbourne. Good candidates could be offered 457 visas to extend there stay with the view to permenant residency. Good starting salaries available. If you’re interested then you could forward me a copy of your CV. Tom https://travstrees.com.au/ info@travstrees.com.au
  5. Central Tree Services require an experienced Groundsperson to join their professional team in Port Douglas/Daintree, Far North Queensland, Australia. This is a highly demanding role, but would be equally rewarding for the right applicant. The position involves: - Supervising a tree crew - Competent in chainsaw use and ground based rigging - Maintaining machinery – truck, chipper, chainsaws - MR truck licence - Ability to meet work deadlines and problem solve on the jobsite in often challenging conditions Selection Criteria: - Relevant and well documented experience - Commitment to a high standard of maintaining machinery - A mature approach to work In return we offer: - Well above standard pay and conditions for a full-time role To apply, please send your resume to Jim Scott at centraltreeservices@hotmail.com. If you would like to know more about the position, contact Jim on +61459 567 298.
  6. Central Tree Services require a qualified and experienced climbing Arborist to join their professional team in Port Douglas, Daintree in Far North Queensland, Australia. This is a highly demanding role, but would be equally rewarding for the right applicant. The position involves: - Supervising a tree crew - Being highly competent in all aspects of high quality modern Arboriculture - Competent in tree maintenance and removals in areas of restricted access - Advanced tree rigging skills - Ability to meet work deadlines and problem solve on the jobsite in often challenging conditions Selection Criteria: - Minimum Certificate III Arboriculture or a similar qualification with well documented experience - Commitment to high standards of tree care In return we offer: - Well above standard pay and conditions for a full-time role - Personal vehicle negotiable To apply, please send your resume to Jim Scott at centraltreeservices@hotmail.com. If you would like to know more about the position, contact Jim on +61459 567 298.
  7. Tree Amigos Victoria are looking for climbers interested in coming to Australia. We are located in Melbourne's northern suburbs. If anybody is interested or knows somebody who knows somebody please contact us at alex@treeamigosvictoria.com.au
  8. billyquaid

    Climbing Jobs in Australia

    Hi All, I am currently looking for climbers on both the private and utility crews working throughout Australia. Can anyone provide me details of a good Arb School to align myself with, or if there are climbers looking to come to Australia for a working holiday or permanent, please let me know. Our company provides all training to be able to work on the Australian network, with the pay rates being quite attractive, with a Living Away from Home allowance (LAHA) being paid when working away. Any help would be appreciated. Our Website Tree Maintenance | Cairns Email - billy@mpdt.com.au Phone +6170407860009 Thanks
  9. Dredik

    Looking for job in Australia

    Hi there, I am looking for job in AU best would be Sydney as I already have friends there, but not really fussy about area too much as I am always for adventure. I have all necessary qualifications and over 3 years industry experience. Currently work as second climber and like to improve my skills before it will be late! I study FdSc Arboriculture course with possibility for one-year extension to Bsc (hons). Right now I am getting ready for ISA certification and like to attend assessment before end of summer. So I don't miss enthusiasm for arboriculture. There is only one, but big BUT in my case I don't have English passport, even though that I live in England for 5 years, and my nationality is allowing only 457 temporary worker visa. I did my research and there are NO WORK AND HOLIDAY visas for me. If someone would be interested in enthusiastic, friendly and bit strange hard worker please send me a message I can provide you with my Linkedin profile and CV.
  10. Hi Guys and Gals, I am just trying to figure out what I need in terms of experience and qualifications I might need to be able to get a skilled migrant visa 457 and work in the industry? I currently have a years experience as a groundsman and have climbed a handful of times, will I need to do my Arboriculture diploma or will NPTC certificates suffice and are they transferable/recognised in Australia? Any info would be gratefully appreciated!! Cheers.
  11. ChrisLivings

    Working on the Gold Coast, Australia

    I'm going to be be spending 4 months travelling and working up and down the gold coast from February onwards. Was wording if anyone could help me out getting work a day or two while i'm there? Any suggestions much appreciated! Thanks, Chris.
  12. plank_pusher

    Climbers wanted in Adelaide, Australia

    Fancy a change in scenery and better weather? Adelaide has both, and there's a job waiting here for the right candidates. We are seeking qualified Climbing Arborists to fill our ranks. if you are : - drug free (non-negotiable) - qualified as an arborist - have a minimum of CS30, CS31 and CS38 - be able to climb on a daily basis then please apply. We are willing to take post-graduate students from college providing they meet our criteria. As one of Adelaide's largest tree companies Austral offers job security, opportunity for self improvement and development, the chance to work in and see multiple states around Australia, a great working environment with fantastic equipment and sponsorship opportunities for the right overseas candidates. To apply go to : www.australtree.com.au/employment or email : tam_staple@hotmail.com
  13. Big Richard

    Australia again!

    Hi all, I am after a little help and assistance. Myself and my family are looking to move to Australia in the very near future, we have visited a few times and love it. We would prefer South Australia, but have no particular hold over any set area, as long as we don't live in the cities (we are rural people with a country and outdoor lifestyle) I am an experienced arborist with 6 years direct experience, I am currently an Operations Manager for a local company and normally run between 4 and 7 teams per day, alongside surveys and quotations. Prior to this I was a Police officer for 11 years. I am looking for some tips on; who to contact, who is recruiting, and experiences from others who have made the move. I am too old for a working holiday (35) and am looking for a long term solution as I will be moving with my family (wife and 3 young children) so ideally a 457 visa would suit, with a company who I can progress and have a long term working relationship with. Thanks Richard
  14. I currently looking to get a working holiday visa in Australia (specifically Brisbane) and just need a few tips on how to go about looking for work etc. its all a bit confusing I have a level 3 extended diploma in arboriculture and if you can count training over 2 years I have experience there along with roughly 6 months working with my current employer. The nptc tickets I have are: CS30, CS31, CS38, CS39, Chipper, Pole Pruner, Mewp, Rigging, Stump grinder Just need a bit of a push in the right direction as its all very overwhelming but something that i'm extremely keen on getting the ball rolling. Trying to reach out to any employers out there in aus who are reading this or anyone who is employed there! Any help is greatly appreciated!
  15. Hugh Parry

    Experienced climbers for Sydney

    Two Experienced Climber / Team Leaders - strong communication skills, the ability to work using own initiative and as part of a team essential. We are a successful business and have been operating in Sydney for 10 years. We operate on a firm but fair basis, offering good rates of pay for the right applicant, depending on ability / experience. The position is full time, permanent (following probationary period), offered for immediate start and will be subject to an assessment in Dorking, Surrey. Salary $A60k+. Potential applicants must hold the following:- Driving Licence CS30 – Maintain The Chainsaw CS31 - Fell Small Trees CS36 - Cross – cut & Stack procedure CS38 – Climb Trees & perform Aerial rescue CS39 – Operate the chainsaw from a rope & harness CS40 – Pruning operations (beneficial) CS41 – Dismantling of large trees (beneficial) Brushwood Chipper operations (NPTC) First Aid awareness/certification (beneficial) NEXT ASSESSMENT DATES: Saturday 23 and 30 August 2014 in Dorking, Surrey Other information: 1. The UK recruitment process is being undertaken on behalf of Arbor Pride by Hugh Parry. Applicants must be willing and able to work in Australia. 2. Relocation assistance and visa sponsorship may also be available for successful applicants. Please note: temporary working visa is only available from the Australian government migration scheme for applicants under the age 31 whilst sponsored visa is being processed. 3. Subsidised work based / industry training and career development opportunities will be supported to the right individuals for self-development and to improve the company’s skilled team. 4. All PPE, tools and equipment will be provided, but own climbing kit would be helpful for the assessment. 5. If a successful candidate is available for a short term contract of 3 months starting early September then Arbor Pride would pay the air fare. 6. Applicants should forward their detailed CV showing relevant experience, qualifications and a cover letter to Hugh Parry at hugh.parry56@gmail.com. If Australian migration assistance is required please state date of birth.
  16. Hi, I need help identifying a tree... I've tried the leaf questionnaires and tried searching, but I'm not getting anywhere, so I thought that someone here could help... I live in Australia, and it's currently Winter. Thanks so much!
  17. Allan1986

    Boots for Oz?

    I'm heading to Australia soon and wondering what boots climbers there are wearing? I'm told they don't usually wear chainsaw protective boots? Can anyone who has worked there give me a heads up? Cheers, Allan
  18. Hi all. I am flying to Perth in May, WH Visa and Flight already sorted. No other solid plans really, I figure it's best to just get out there and look for work. I'm 27 and I've been climbing full time for 1.5 years (come may) Quals: CS 30,31,38,39, L3 Diploma Arboriculture and HGV C+E licence. I have already worked in Argentina and Norway so I'm no stranger to working abroad. Also I've already done the obvious google search for tree companys in WA and sent some emails out so no need to make that suggestion thanks. This post is to hopefully get some useful advice from people who have already worked in Australia or are there now, so anything you think will be helpful please share. Cheers, Allan
  19. plank_pusher

    oz

    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

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