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  1. I am looking for a climber with minimum 2 years experience (climbing) to join our small and successful Arb Approved company. We undertake mainly domestic tree work in and around Rutland with a very strong reputation and a loyal customer base. I am looking for someone with good attention to detail, punctuality, politeness with customers, and someone who is a team player. In return you will receive experience in a variety of tree works, work with a great team. You must have CS38, CS39, and a driving licence. Ideally I am looking for someone who can supply a minimum of two days a week (ideally more), and who is self-employed but I would consider employing the right person. Please see Arboricultural consultancy and Tree works for a bit more about the company (we are now also AA approved, CHAS and Trustmark accredited) Please email your CV to tommy@tpts.co.uk if you are interested
  2. Hi Looking for a Crew leader level climber to join the team, must have minimum 3 years climbing and fully capable of all work. Ability to run a crew efficiently and safely. Driving license and NPTC's. Helpful if also have towing and Mewp. Must be able to aid in development of others in team. Rates: £120-£170 per day. 5 days per week self employed, potential for full time for right candidate. If interested email: mike@beddow.info
  3. Hi looking for another groundsperson to join the team. Can be experienced or just getting into the industry. Must have a driving license. 5 days a week rolling self employed position. for more info drop me an email: mike@beddow.info
  4. Hi Looking for the right person to join the team. Skill set from 1 year climbing experience onwards up to fully experienced with crew leading experience. You must have a good worth ethic, a positive attitude around the work place and be keen to undertake work to the highest standards. Work will be in domestic sector and is all year round without lay offs. Saturdays also an option. Self employed preferred but full time employment an option. Salary self employed £90-£150 per day. Salary employed £17,500-£30,000. Email for more info: mike@beddow.info www.beddowtree.co.uk
  5. I am looking for a climber with minimum 2 years experience (climbing) to join our small and successful Arb Approved company. We undertake mainly domestic tree work in and around Rutland with a very strong reputation and a loyal customer base. I am looking for someone with good attention to detail, punctuality, politeness with customers, and someone who is a team player. In return you will receive experience in a variety of tree works, work with a great team, and £90-120 per day (depending on experience). You must have CS38, CS39, and a driving licence. Ideally I am looking for someone who can supply a minimum of two days a week (ideally more), and who is self-employed but I would consider employing the right person. £90-120 per day Please seewww.tpts.co.uk for a bit more about the company (we are now also AA approved, CHAS and Trustmark accredited) Please email your CV to tommy@tpts.co.uk if you are interested
  6. I am looking for a climber with minimum 2 years experience (climbing). I run a small Arb Approved company undertaking mainly domestic tree work in and around Rutland. I am looking for someone with good attention to detail, punctuality, politeness with customers, and someone who is a team player. Must have CS39, driving licence and own transport. Initially I am looking for someone who is self-employed but would consider employment subject to successful probationary period. Please see Arboricultural consultancy and Tree works for a bit more about the company (this is not quite up to date - we are now AA approved, CHAS and Trustmark accredited) If you are interested please email me at tommy@tpts.co.uk Many thanks Tommy Plummer
  7. Hi all, I have just recently set up a LOLER Business. I am currently looking for new clients to take on in the East midlands area, covering from; Derbyshire [ north as bakewell] , Nottinghamshire, Down to j23 of the m1 and as north as j31 of the m1. Im able to do about 1-10 kits in a single session. I also carry out testing on rigging kit [excluding chains], collection and pickup of kit is a not an issue. All work is fully insured. All inquiries welcome, pm for more details.
  8. Looking for work in Lincolnshire, based in east Lincs but own kit n car. Been working since Sep11 trained by Tree Tech (Paul Peacock and Tony Price) email me yellowgate@ymail.com my page YellowGate Jack "Dolly" Dolman

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