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We are now advertising for a Trainer / Assessor at Pershore College, Worcestershire. The position involves training apprenticeship students in a variety of skills, including: Chainsaw Maintenance & Cross-cutting, Tree Felling, Tree Climbing & Aerial Rescue & Use of Chainsaw in Tree Using Free-fall Techniques, ready for their NPTC assessments. The role will also involve traveling to the apprentices to undertake periodic reviews at their workplace. Applicants will be expected to have industry experience and hold the relevant NPTC qualifications for the units you'll be teaching and instructing in. I've fought long and hard to raise salaries in the Arboricultural teaching sector and I'm pleased to say the salary will be £30,275 per per annum Please click the following link for job description and on-line application - https://apps.warkscol.ac.uk/AccessSelect.rEcruit/Recruitment/VacancyDetails.aspx?VacNo=5477 If you'd like an informal chat, please feel free to give me a call on 07789 501336
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. [email protected] Cheers everyone.
We are looking for an experienced Consulting Arboriculturist to join our growing team in Preston, Lancashire. For further information and details of how to apply click here: Consulting Arboriculturist - Bowland Tree Consultancy
Hi everyone, im in my final year at college doing L3 arb and forestry. I am looking at different employment options when i leave, and like the idea of starting my own business doing woodland management (woodland clearing, thinning, tree felling) and selling the nice timber to the mill, and the rest as fire wood. I have access to tractors and an area too store wood in the dry. Obviously there are a few questions i have before starting up, so any help would be appreciated. -How easy is it to find work doing woodland clearing/thinning and tree felling? -Any tips/advice for this type of work? -How to you guys sell your nice timber to the mill? do you just give them a ring before you cut it or after? -Is there money to be made selling firewood? -How do you deliver your firewood? pickup? Thanks in advance