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  1. Hi Guys, Was just wondering if anyone could point me in the right direction, Im just finishing off some chainsaw and climbing quals and am starting to look for work in the Industry. Im happy to do anything, just a foot in the door would be amazing. Im enthusiastic and hard working would ideally like to be in the South West Scotland. But ill relocate anywhere if theres work. Thanks Rhods
  2. Hi, I am a qualified groundsman and climber, I have groundsman experience but little climbing experience. I am NPTC qualified, clean driving (car and trailer) license, reliable and hard working. I am looking for work in Ayrshire and the Central Belt of Scotland. I have my own transport, full PPE and ground saw. I am available from Monday 24th October. I am happy to email full CV. Please contact me on [email protected] or 07526796448. Thanks in advance, Neil Kerr
  3. I'm a young Arborist who has been self-employed sub-contracting for the past 4 and a bit years. More recently, I have established myself as Samurai Tree Care and have been getting a few of my own jobs in. I trained and worked in Hertfordshire, but now I'm moving to Inverness for a better life. I would ideally like to walk into full-time employment. I'm very comfortable and responsive as a groundsman and have previously been involved in small scale forestry. I started climbing a while back but only gained the speed and efficiency more recently, I'm still a bit rough around the edges, so I would like to get more experience to better myself. I do love the forestry side, so will be open to any offer of hand felling forestry. I don't hold any large machine tickets at the moment but would be completely open to it in the near future. Full CV is available at request. Email: [email protected] Mob: 07905768752 (send a text first as I'm working between 8am-5pm and can't answer the phone). Hope to hear from any employers or guys working in the area, Could really use any help. Cheers guys, Ben Bruce
  4. Good afternoon folks, I'm a service leaver relocating to the Newquay area with the wife and kids in early August. Ive gained a few tickets through using my resettlement grant and am hoping to use these to gain some employment and ultimately more experience within the biz. Any help will be massively appreciated. if there's any questions don't hesitate to ask. Cheers, Ad.
  5. I'm a highly motivated experienced groundsman seeking work in the Abingdon / Oxford area. I'm 28, keen to work keen to learn. If you or know of anyone who needs a groundsman / trainee climber come the end of May please pm me, i have a C.V. and references available if needed. Thank you for your time and I hope to hear from you soon. Kind regards, Luke Anderton
  6. Hi everyone my names rob, im 28 ive worked with an arborist as his grounder for just over 2 years. Having worked as a grounder i decided to enroll on the 2 year course in arboriculture at easton college . i have my cs30 first aid at work and my own transport. I'm looking for more work experience around the norfolk area. I can provide a reference and would be willing to start work as soon as possible. my mobile is 07527544676 or home number 01603 477991. thanks for taking the time to read.
  7. Tree Surgeon’s Grounds Person Job description URGENTLY REQUIRED The work place is based in Darton with jobs located primarily in the Barnsley area. There will be a trial period with this position & further training will be undertaken by the suitable candidate with a view to increased responsibilities. Working weekdays and some weekends. Must be flexible with working days & hours. Must already hold NPTC CS30 & 31 (Chainsaw maintenance & cross-cutting / felling trees to 380mm) having CS 38 & 39 is preferable but not essential (Climbing & Aerial Rescue / Climbing & Cutting). Must have a clean driver’s licence, preferably be able to tow & reverse a 2-wheeled chipper <0.75 tonnes & be a good time keeper. This role will be physically demanding because of the heavy lifting involved & will suit someone local. Groundwork involves loading & unloading vehicle, chainsaw work, rigging, carrying logs, stacking branches, chipping branches in a chipper etc. Must be friendly & trustworthy as you will be working on other people’s properties. To apply in the first instance, please e-mail your CV to [email protected]
  8. Hi not the best at advertising myself but will give it a shot im 21 years old, have CS 30,31,32 health and safety at work, and qualified harvester and forwarder operator. Do not currently have climbing or aerial rescue. Been working on harvesting sites for over a year now, felling mainly softwoods of a mixed diameter, some big stuff! snedding, cross cutting, brashing and all the usual stuff. Worked along side winches and other machiney. Looking to get into the climbing side of things now, utility or domestic either or. Purchased my own climbing kit last year and have been learning of my dad(15 years experience, now surveyor for SSE) for the past year, and have built up a good basic skills knowledge, looking to now progress to the next step with training. Any employers out there that would be willing to give me a start or even couple days here and there, to help out and see what its all about!! Being in a lucky situation of my parents staying in Forfar and me coming from Stranraer I am able to travel/work anywhere form Dundee, Perth etc to Ayrshire and Dumfries and Galloway. Have my own saws, PPE etc. Cheers, any help at all would be great.
  9. Hi all, I've recently completed my cs30,31 and 38 and plan to take my cs39 exam next month. I've not long been back in the UK after spending the last few years working abroad, chasing snow and adventure. I am now looking to pursue a career in arboriculture. I'm looking ideally for a ground crew position with a view to training as a climber in the future. I'm hard working, enthusiastic and very keen to learn. I'm available for work immediately - Based in Dorchester, have own transport and am willing to travel any reasonable distance. Any questions please give me a call. Mobile: 07972810119 Feel free also to offer any advice or suggestions on finding work. Thanks guys, James.E
  10. Hi, I haven't posted in quite a while. Work has slowed down for me, giving me freedom to offer help where needed. I live near Longleat, but can travel a bit if necessary. I'm an experienced and certified climber and groundsman for tree work. I also have Lantra recognised Hedge Cutter and Brush Cutter cert/training. In preparation for structural work, I trained in Aerial Access, ISO 9001. Which is similar to IRATA level 1, but with fewer agency strings attached. In the last couple years I've subbed for a contractor to Network Rail and Highways Agency, so I am certified in PTS with Lookout/Site Warden competencies as well as CSCS Card holder. To top it off, I've got the obvious First Aid at Work cert. I'm from the Northwest Coast of the US, near Seattle. If you're interested in a couple days a week help or have a good opportunity coming up, give me a Message and I'll get back to you soon. Thanks


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