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  1. Wiltshire tree surgeons Bawden Tree Care, is part of the Bawden Group a privately owned company, delivering tree care and arboricultural services to a wide range of customers. Typically these include a large number of private domestic clients, the Ministry of Defence, Parish, Town and Borough Councils, country estates and commercial business parks. Our customers provide a varied source of interesting and exciting tree work on regular basis. Bawden Tree Care is a professional tree surgery business maintaining Arbroicultural Association 'Approved Contractor' accreditation. The business is also OHSAS 18001, ISO 9001, and ISO 14001 accrediated. The tree surgeon job vacancy is based at Amesbury near Salisbury, Wiltshire and will suit qualified climbers, enthusiastic and willing to work with a view to developing their arboricultural industry experience. A full driving licence (C1+E) preferred but not essential. Minimum essential requirements are NPTC Units: CS30/31/39. But qualified to; CS40/41, MEWP, PA1/PA6, and Signing Lighting and Guarding, would be advantageous. A highly competitive salary is offered based on qualifications and experience, together with 28 days paid holiday, including public holidays. Full PPE and climbing equipment is provided, as well ongoing career development in tree surgery and arboricultre. Job Type: Full-time Please email CV and covering letter to info@bawdentreecare.co.uk
  2. Hi folks, Im looking for an experienced SUBBY climber for a few days climbing a week for a small but busy firm based in north West Norfolk. Good rates of pay are available for experienced / talented operators. Preferably looking for someone with 5 years under their belt and able to tackle anything. For more information, please call 07738379991.
  3. I am looking for work in the Worcestershire area, I will travel further (within an hour approx of malvern). I have - cs 30, 31, 38 and 39 - 4 years experience - saws and kit - Driving license (no towing) & transport I mainly looking for climbing work but I will also ground as Im quiet at the moment. Contact me to find out more or to book me in on either: Phone: 07908534787 Email: finnjon@hotmail.co.uk Kind Regards, Finn Culerne
  4. We have an opening for a part time self employed tree surgeon (max three days a week; job share available) from August 31st 2016. We are a small company and owner Luke Geddes currently schedules the physical tree jobs for Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays although there may be some flexibility in this to suit the right candidate. Pay is fixed per day and will be agreed with the successful candidate(s) in line with qualifications, skills, and experience. The successful candidate(s) will: Identify with the company ethic having visited www.lgtrees.co.uk . Have all relevant chainsaw qualifications including using a chainsaw from a rope and harness and current aerial rescue. Have both intelligence and common sense. Be a fast learner, able both to follow instructions and to act on own initiative. Have an excellent work ethic, including respect for customers, colleagues and equipment, an eye for detail, a love of trees and climbing them, and a positive, proactive approach towards getting the job done be that in the tree, helping clean up on the ground, or sharpening a chainsaw when needed. Consistently work in a focused and efficient manner. Beneficial but not essential: At least six months’ experience working with chainsaws for a tree surgery company, preferably as a climber. Driving license category C1 allowing driving of 3.5 tonne vans, with experience. If you think this might be you please email your CV, chainsaw qualifications and driving license if appropriate to luke@lgtrees.co.uk explaining what makes you the best candidate for the job. Due to limited administrative capacity unfortunately we will not be able to respond to candidates who are not selected for interview.
  5. We are looking for skilled climbing arborists to work with a progressive tree contracting company based in Sydney. With a starting wage of between $25 - $32 (AUD) per hour and the offer of well paid overtime, this is a great chance to taste the Aussie lifestyle. Applicants must hold minimum qualifications of CS units 30, 31, 38, 39 or current equivalent. Successful applicants will be offered sponsorship to live and work in Australia. If you are interested in this exciting opportunity with great potential for career progression, call or email me for a full job description and to arrange an interview. Mike Ellison Cheshire Woodlands Limited T. +44 (0)1625 669668 E. mike@cheshire-woodlands.co.uk W. www.cheshire-woodlands.co.uk
  6. Hey guys and girls, Some buddies and I went out this weekend to film the first of hopefully many tree climbing videos with a drone that I recently purchased. The footage came out amazingly well to say it was the first climb we had used it on. I hope you enjoy. Cheers, Dan ClimbingArborist.com | Extras | Sequoia climb

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