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  1. Hi Guys, i am thinking to to start my own business as an independent Arboricultural consultant. I have my qualifications 5 in arb all certs required for tree work and surveying + couple more, have experience from private and public sector from dragging branches, climbing trees, listening to mrs miggins complaints about overgrown trees all the way to development report writing and consulting. I have done some small jobs on myself as consultant and have all necessary equipment (pen, paper, dbh tape, hammer, excel, word and insurnance). I am looking for your opinion: if there is still a place for small independent consulting business in South East? Also if some of the owners of consulting businesses can spare some tips/ tricks how to start the business or what to avoid it would be much appreciated. Appreciate any advice!
  2. Hi, At the moment I am actually facing two offers to start in the consultancy company. First is from the massive company to do railway project but really shit money (even worse than if I would stay be a climber) which is local and they offer good bonus scheme company car and work from home. The second is from my friend go to a smaller consulting company where I will hopefully get much better entery salary but it is quite way to drive and do not know much about how it would work. I like to start business while working for either of those. What would you do on my place? Thanks
  3. Tree surveyors required for immediate start in West Midlands. Please get in touch 0800 3287988 or email office@beechwoodtrees.co.uk
  4. Barton Hyett Associates are looking for a new member of the consultancy team. The key roles of the job are: - Carry out on-site assessment of trees and woodlands for a variety of purposes including tree risk assessment, development planning and good arboricultural management. - Tree assessments include ground-based visual inspections, aerial (climbed) inspections and detailed assessments using specialist equipment. - Produce written technical advice and reports to clients for a variety of purposes. - Liaise with clients and other stakeholders regarding the preparation of reports and ongoing arboricultural advice. - Produce technical drawings and plans by collaborating with the supporting graphics technician. - Maintain clear records of all work tasks. - Input into the ongoing development of company process and procedures. - Attend training and to develop relevant knowledge and skills. You can see more details, and find a link to apply for the job at https://arbjobs.com/job-listing/4147 If you have any questions about the role, feel free to send me a private message via the forum.
  5. As above call if interested small friendly local company based in central Norwich. Trainees welcome, experience welcome. Mainly looking for someone on the tools, however there is potential (if interested and suitably qualified) for experience with arboricultural consultancy in the new year through our sister company Bagshaw ecology. Cheers, Larry Liptrot FdSc Arb, BSc Ecology Lantra certified Professional Tree Inspector Talking Elm Tree Services 07402784980
  6. Independent tree consultant who is able to advise customers on technical tree issues, root problems or tree surveys needed! I am building a tree surgery company in the South Bucks, west London, Berks areas and am asked by both new and existing customers to carry out this type of tree survey work. I want to pass these clients onto to a tree consultant who will answer the phone, respect the clients by turning up at appointments and act professionally. I must have sight of relevant insurances and proof of professional qualifications. If you are interested in taking up these leads and developing a working relationship with me and my clients then please call either 07969 495 613 or office 01494 711 375.
  7. Does anyone know if companies exist that both consult and perform the tree works..? Just doing some primary research for an assignment.
  8. Dear all, I am currently undertaking my third year of a B.Sc. (Hons) degree in Arboriculture at Moulton College whilst working as a consultant for a small practice in Northampton. As part of my final year I am required to undertake a dissertation project for which I have decided to look into the role of specialist decay detection equipment within the arboricultural industry. The underpinning data for my project is being collected via an online questionnaire aimed at professionals within the industry; I wonder if you would kindly take a few minutes to complete this survey and if possible forward the link to as many people you know who have some arboricultural focus within their work practices. I am hoping for as many responses as possible so your input is greatly appreciated! Everyone is welcome to participate! If you require any further details regarding my project or how the data is to be used, please don’t hesitate to contact me. https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/PiCUS_Dissertation_Project_Robert_Murison_V1_3 Thank you for your time and support, Kind Regards Robert Murison 07534977833 robert_murison@hotmail.co.uk Robert Murison | LinkedIn

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