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  1. Looking for a freelance qualified climber in the Essex/Cambridgeshire/Suffolk/Hertforshire area. Plenty of work and the potential for it to become a full time role if desired. Call me on 07736 303926. Thanks, Sam
  2. Josh Atkins

    New Groundie Looking for Work

    Hi, my names Josh Atkins, 25 years old, looking for PERMANENT position I have just recently got my NPTC 201/202/203 (CS30/31) and am looking to change career into the arborist industry. I live in Peterborough but don't mind travel. Within reason. I hold a full UK driving licence No experience as this will be a new career Willing to learn as over time I aim to do my climbing Have done split shifts and night shifts over the past 3 years so am eager to change job and work. I understand I will be coming in at entry level, will be looking for a reasonable wage as I still have bills to pay Any offers or advice is greatly appreciated.
  3. Leading British importer of multifunction loaders MultiOne UK, announces a new dealership in the Cambridgeshire Fens region. With immediate effect, HQ Forklifts Ltd will offer special sales, support and service for MultiOne users. Based in Doddington, Cambridgeshire, HQ Forklifts Ltd are well positioned and equipped to support the Cambridgeshire region. Designed and manufactured in Italy, the MultiOne mini loaders have been sold globally for 18 years by MultiOne SRL who have pioneered a complete range of multifunction loaders with advanced hydraulics, innovative design and Kubota & Yanmar engines. ABOUT HQ FORKLIFTS LTD HQ Forklifts Ltd is a family run materials handling business based in the heart of the Fens in East Anglia. The company prides itself on establishing and maintaining excellent customer relations, giving support 24 hours day, 365 days a year. With 5 mobile workshop vans, HQ Forklifts Ltd is able to service most types of material handling equipment including the MultiOne, and can already maintain machines within a 50-mile radius of the HQ Forklifts Ltd base. As members of the CFTS (Consolidated Fork Truck Services), HQ are fully qualified to carry out thorough inspections (LOLER) on the full range of MultiOne Mini Loaders, attachments and other material handling equipment. The HQ Forklifts Ltd sales team are geared to offer on-site non-obligation demonstrations of the MultiOne product and the numerous attachments MultiOne offer to all types of businesses including builders, farmers, nurseries, event companies, landscape gardeners and to any other business that needs to use a small pivot machine in confined spaces This partnership strengthens the MultiOne representation which already includes East Midlands, Yorkshire & The Humber, North West England, South East and Northern Ireland. The demand for MultiOne mini loaders has increased over the last 12 months mainly due to the MultiOne unique benefits such as the 170 attachments available, it’s impressive power, performance and the ability to manoeuvre in hard to get places. Over 170 Attachments Available The MultiOne range extends over 25 different models offering a wide range of working weights from the 12hp (tipping load of 250kg) of the MultiOne Baby 1 Series to the 78hp (with a max lifting capacity of 2700kg) of the Powerful MultiOne 10 Series. As with the competition in this sector, the MultiOne offers innovative solutions for those looking to maximize productivity in every industry from agriculture, construction, forestry, maintenance and greencare. With over 170 attachments available that can be changed within a matter of seconds, it ensures a solution is at hand for every task at a drop of a hat. Dig, Mow, Lift, Mix, Scrape, Carry, Trench, Plough, Grab, Sweep, Wash, Rake, Spray and much much more. Expensive labour costs are also reduced by mechanising a vast array of jobs. Hydraulic quick coupling systems are standard on all loaders providing effortless change over of attachments. This certainly provides One Total Solution. MultiOne was recently voted “Best in Class” by Farmers Guardian magazine To request a MultiOne demonstration from HQ Forklift Ltd, please contact them directly on 01354 740100, or visit their offices and showroom at Unit 6, Wheelhead Farm, Turf Fen Lane, Doddington. Cambridgeshire. PE15 0TB
  4. Haine Tree Services

    Arborist - Full Time - East Anglia

    Contract: Full Time Based: Ely, Cambridgeshire Area of Operation: East Anglia Salary: NEG (Dependent on experience) Haine Tree Services are currently have an opportunity for an experienced arborist to join our busy, growing team. Established in 2008, we undertake arboricultural works both in the Commercial and Domestic sector, working for many private individuals as well as Local Authorities and Public Sector clients and continue to grow and expand, achieving Arboricultural Association Approved Contractor status in July 2017. Due to continued growth and demand locally we are currently seeking an arborist to join our small and dynamic team working within our busy and vibrant company. As an experienced climber you shall be confident and suitably able to lead a squad, and be responsible for day-to-day running of work sites, interfacing with clients in a professional and courteous manner based from our yard near Ely in Cambridgeshire. You should have the following qualifications as a minimum: NPTC CS30, NPTC CS31, NPTC CS38, NPTC CS39, NPTC CS40, NPTC CS41, EFAW +F (or equivalent) Other desirable qualifications include NPTC CS32, NPTC CS35, NPTC Chipper, HGV and professional qualification in Arboriculture, but are not essential. You should have a minimum of three years experience working in a similar or equivalent role. In exchange for the above, we are able to offer favourable terms of employment on a full time contract. Remuneration for this position is negotiable and shall be dependent upon experience. For more information regarding this role, and to apply, please write in confidence to info@hainetreeservices.co.uk for the attention of the Commercial Manager including details of experience and current CV. Haine Tree Services Ltd are an Equal Opportunities Employer. *Please do not reply to this post or send private messages
  5. SP Landscapes and Tree Contractors Ltd are looking for an experienced and competent climber to work in a Team Leader position. Minimum qualification to be; full driving license, CS30, CS31, CS38 & CS39. Additional preferred qualifications but not essential; trailer license, CS32, CS40 & CS41. Excellent rates of pay. 45 hour working week with 1.5 x hourly rate for overtime. Contact the office on 01638 750186 or simon@splandscapes.co.uk
  6. I'm Jon and i'm freelance groundsman with 15 years experience as groundsman & team leader. Mainly council contacts & domestic work. But have also done powerline work, Both HV & LV. Looking for freelance work around Norfolk, Cambridgeshire. But happy to travel an hour radius of Kings Lynn to other counties. I have my own PPE and tools, also have a van if needed. Email jgwatts19@yahoo.com
  7. ACTREE

    Climbers & Groundies Needed!

    We are a Tree Surgery & Garden Care Business located near Ely, Cambridgeshire, and work within a 55 mile radius (mainly Cambridgeshire, Norfolk & Suffolk), and we're currently looking for more subbie Climbers and Groundworkers - must have NPTC tickets, have own public liability insurance and PPE, and have a good customer manner. If interested please PM us We look forward to hearing from you!
  8. Just been reading about the young lady who has given up work because she’s too pretty and has to fight off advances from men and jealousy from women (see the Mail and the Mirror online – links below). I’d like to assure anyone who considers employing me as a ground worker that I’m not too pretty and I’ve never fought off an advance in my life. I can’t afford to be that choosy. I’m also not a woman – sorry if I gave the wrong impression . But to get down to the real reason for this post – I’m a mature, enthusiastic, reliable worker, looking for occasional work or a permanent job. I have my own saws and equipment, PPE, and would provide my own fuel. I have CS30, 31 and 32, and LANTRA strimmer/brushcutter and pedestrian lawnmower. Emergency first aid at work, clean driving licence (Groups B, BE, C1, C1E, D1, D1E). I live in the Huntingdon area of Cambridgeshire but I could travel within reason. I think I’m a good team worker. I want to get more experience but I won’t get any sitting on my butt looking for work online. If anyone in the area needs a hand or two from time to time, please PM me or call/text on 07890-485865. Thanks for reading - Steve By the way; if you’re wondering what I’m talking about, here are the links to the articles: I'm TOO pretty to work: Graduate says her good looks means she's harassed and bullied - Mirror Online The woman who claims she is too pretty to take a job: Graduate 'hounded by sex pests and jealous females' | Mail Online
  9. Hi, I would like to do a 5/6/wk cs38 tree climbing course in or around Cambridge, but cannot find any possibilities in the region. I would appreciate any help in finding one! Thanks

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