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  1. Arboricultural Junior Manager Location: West Midlands Salary: Dependant on Skills and Experience Contract Type: Full Time, Permanent Glendale, the “green services” division of Parkwood Holdings plc has revenues of £45 million and operates throughout the UK. Glendale’s activities include grounds management, countryside management, horticulture and golf course management. Based at our Sandwell or Solihull depot, the candidate will play a key role in the day to day planning of Arboriculture operations undertaken in the Midlands. The role will include, but is not limited to, the implementation of management plans and the surveying of trees in the delivery of arboriculture works to our Local Authority, commercial and private client base. The successful candidate will be responsible for operational aspects of Arboriculture teams to ensure high levels of professionalism, performance and productivity. They should also be able to demonstrate and have an understanding of current health and safety practices. The role requires meeting with customers on a daily basis, pricing and planning works, monitoring quality standards in accordance with our Arboricultural Association Approved Contractor status, Chas, Bali accreditation – to name a few. The ideal candidate should have a good practical and technical knowledge in Arboriculture – ideally qualified to technician level, NVQ 3, Diploma or Degree Level as well as holding NPTC Certificates, PA1 & PA6 The candidate will also have a strong understanding of H&S, ISO9001 & ISO14001 standards and have an excellent network in the Midlands area. Candidates must also hold a full UK driver licence preferably with a B+E trailer entitlement and have a flexible approach to working. Requiring genuine commitment, the position offers an exciting challenge for a highly motivated team player to advance their career within a stable working environment in a successful and growing company. To apply for this position, please send a letter of application and CV to recruit@glendale-services.co.uk Closing Date: 17 October 2014 If you are interested in applying for this role, we suggest that you do so at the earliest opportunity to avoid disappointment. Please note that if you have not received correspondence within 21 days then please assume your application has been unsuccessful on this occasion.
  2. Hi my name is Jack Mitchell and I am looking to get some experience under my belt as I want to be a tree surgeon so I'm looking for a job in or around Northfield Birmingham. I am used to outdoor work as I am currently working on my Aunty's farm in Ireland for the week. I am currently in year 11 so looking for a weekend job or volunteer position in any company's looking to take me on. Any offers will be much appreciated! Thanks in advance! Thanks
  3. hey guys just wondering if anyone could let me know of any stores in birmingham for arborist supplies? if so where abouts in birmingham. Cheers Liam.
  4. Hi all, thinking of making the leap from employed to free lance. Feel im good enough, just not sure if theres enough work out there to keep the wolf from the door. I'm based in birmingham and wouldn't mind traveling! Would love to hear from current free lancers, And of course companies actively looking for experienced climbers to help them on the odd job!!:biggrin:

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