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  1. This full time post is available on a permanent basis. Summary of the role/position This exciting position is involved in all aspects of looking after the tree stock across the Exeter campuses, which have a huge variety of trees in diverse environments including ornamental specimens and woodland settings. This climbing position is a key member of the Arboricultural Team working to the highest industry standards, best practice and safety management. The successful candidate will have the opportunity to have a direct influence on the safety and presentation of the campus, working with veteran and champion trees as well as planting trees for the future. You will work with the Arboricultural Manager to come up with innovative solutions and tree management practices for the many different environments that vary from a busy campus to woodland settings. You must have a passion for trees and take a sympathetic approach to their management. You will be supported in developing your skills and knowledge and be able to develop a relationship with the circa 10,000 trees on campus, working on them for the long term benefit. The University of Exeter We are a member of the prestigious Russell Group of research-intensive universities and in the top 150 universities in the world (Times Higher Education World University Rankings 2019). We combine world-class teaching with world-class research, achieving a Gold rating in the Teaching Excellence Framework Award 2017. Equality, Diversity and Inclusivity at Exeter With over 27,000 students and 6,400 staff from 180 different countries we offer a diverse and engaging environment in which to work. We are an equal opportunity employer, a Disability Confident employer and an Athena Swan accredited institution. Since 2019, the university has also signed an Armed Forces Covenant, demonstrating the University’s commitment to supporting the Armed Forces community. Whilst all applicants will be judged on merit alone, we particularly welcome applications from groups currently underrepresented in the workforce. Benefits We offer some fantastic benefits including: 39 days leave per year options for flexible working numerous discounts at leading retailers onsite gyms and a cycle to work scheme sector leading policies around maternity, adoption and shared parental leave stunning campus environments in Exeter and Cornwall, in the beautiful South West of England Further information Please contact Alex Adams 07827 957330, [email protected] JD.pdf To apply please click on the link below Job profile (exeter.ac.uk)
  2. Eden Tree Care, Leicestershire. We are looking for a skilled climber and a hardworking groundie to join our busy, established business on a full time basis. Climber minimum requirements are: Full UK driving licence. Arboriculture qualifications: CS30, CS31, CS38 & CS39 (or equivalent). Minimum of 3 years climbing experience. Proven experience in arboriculture. Groundsperson minimum requirements are: CS30 & CS31 Minimum of 2 years proven experience. Mechanically minded Full UK driving licence. Pay dependant on qualifications and experience. Please contact John, 07779 663094 [email protected]
  3. Looking for decent subbie climbers and groundies with relevant tickets, for work around east Anglia, where paying over the daily rate for you guys and we have a long run of work if your interested. Contact the office on 01638 605274, or mobile 07825 542277 or pm me.
  4. PTS De-Veg Climbers - Kent and London Lloyd Tree Services are looking to recruit de-veg climbers for work across Kent and London. The work will be line side working at heights and in tight areas. We are looking for people that have the correct experience in the field along with the tickets required. The projects are on going and have great potential to be long term should you fit our dynamic. Requirements: In date PTS CS30/31/38/39 Driving Licence The work is Monday to Friday 40 hours per week with some weekends when needed. We are looking to meet with people where possible before the work starts. Should you be interested please send your CV to [email protected] or give Matt Watson-Thomas a call on 07388437098
  5. We are looking for a climber for Monday, Wednesday and Friday next week in Bath. All easy work. Give me a call if you are available. 07449401388. Thanks, George
  6. Hi All, Due to expansion within our Grounds Maintenance division, I am looking to hire an Arborist/Lead climber for a full time position on work based all over the England. Please send me your CV if your interested in finding out more about this exciting opportunity. [email protected]
  7. Crimson Kings Tree Service are looking for a 2nd climber on a sub contract basis, with the potential for full time employment if required. we are a based in Bottesford, Leicestershire which is also right on the border of Nottingham. rates dependant on experience. please feel free to drop me a message on 07538454938 if interested. Jack
  8. Climbing Arborist/Groundsman We are seeking an experienced climbing arborist or groundsman to join our established team based near Harrogate, North Yorkshire. We are a well-established company who have been running for almost a decade in the North Yorkshire area, and provide a very high quality of service to our clients and care deeply about the environment. Our work is mainly domestic in and around the Harrogate area, but can include commercial projects and sometimes involves travel to other areas of the UK. The occasional overnight stay will be required with all travel costs paid for. There may be the occasional requirement for emergency call-outs outside of normal working hours, which will be paid as overtime. Due to expansion, we require an experienced arborist who is confident with all aspects of arboriculture to work as a lead climber/secondary climber, and who is confident in speaking with clients and working at a professional level. We would also consider an experienced groundsman keen to advance their career. A positive attitude and strong work ethic are essential, as is the ability to fit into the team. Skills and abilities: Minimum of two years experience. Own driving license and own vehicle. Trailer license preferable. Full chainsaw license. Tickets preferred: CS38 and CS39. First Aid qualifications would be preferable. Hedge cutting experience would be beneficial. The role will be self-employed initially, with the option for PAYE for the right person. Salary is dependent on experience. Hours will be approximately 30 per week with occasional overtime, but part-time hours will be considered. Further training can be delivered to help with professional career development if required. Contact James Hudson at [email protected] Hudson Tree Care is a family-run tree surgery business, and our expert knowledge on all things arboricultural is second to none. We provide a professional and cost-effective solution to our clients and are extremely passionate about all things arboricultural, and ensure that our work is carried out to the highest of standards. www.hudsontreecare.co.uk
  9. Looking for a second climber located in Southampton area. Please email Ross on [email protected] for further information.
  10. Blara Group are looking for Tree Surgeon Operatives for project in the Aylesbury area. This is a 3 to 4 month project with good rates of pay, for more details please contact Jimmy Walsh on 07714 424501.
  11. 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.
  12. Hi guys, I'm needing a grounds person 2 days a week to help with a number of tree jobs in the Glasgow area. First jobs start this Thursday and Friday 16th & 17th. Experience of feeding a chipper would be ideal and we can offer supervision throughout. We have spare PPE depending on size including helmets. Own transport is required to get to and from jobs. Message me back or call me directly on 07789 811469. Thanks Tom.
  13. Do foresters / cutters work until retirement til mid-60s or is the work too physically demanding to last that long? If that's the case then what do you do once you're too knackered to fell at pace anymore? Is there much scope for going into woodland management, forest officer, or estate work for a more cushy lifestyle? For my part, I'm 31 been doing arb in a city for a year and enjoying it, but had a week of removing Sitka regen (weeding with chainsaws) on Highland hills in driving rain - not nice, but one day we felled small sitkas (40ft or so) and loved it. After snedding up I couldn't wait to get onto the next tree. Definitely my gut is telling me that felling in the forest is where I belong! Not sure on my longevity in this specific line of work though... But perhaps opportunities will come along. Advice appreciated!
  14. Do foresters / cutters work until retirement til mid-60s or is the work too physically demanding to last that long? If that's the case then what do you do once you're too knackered to fell at pace anymore? Is there much scope for going into woodland management, forest officer, or estate work for a more cushy lifestyle? For my part, I'm 31 been doing arb in a city for a year and enjoying it, but had a week of removing Sitka regen (weeding with chainsaws) on Highland hills in driving rain - not nice, but one day we felled small sitkas (40ft or so) and loved it. After snedding up I couldn't wait to get onto the next tree. Definitely my gut is telling me that felling in the forest is where I belong! Not sure on my longevity in this specific line of work though... But perhaps opportunities will come along. Advice appreciated!
  15. JB Landscape are a well established company trading since 1987. Built on a strong philosophy that promotes professionalism, excelling in customer service, we are driven to provide a service our clients trust and rely on. We serve Kent, Sussex, Surrey and London, managing commercial and domestic sites from grounds maintenance, Landscaping, through to all aspects of Arboriculture. About the job JB Landscape are looking for a lead climber to join our Arb department on a sub-contractor basis, you will need to be self motivated and reliable with a focus on a high standard of work within a safe working environment, as a business we are looking to grow and the right candidate will be given the opportunity to join us on a permanent basis if they so wished. All applicant would need to have relevant insurance as a subcontractor. Preferred Skills • Minimum of 5 years climbing and industry experience • The ability to work independently and as part of a team • Good communication skills and customer service skills, positive attitude, self-motivated and with high attention to detail • Reliability, punctuality and well-presented • CS30/31/38/39 required (CS40/41 advantageous) 1A wood chipper ticket • Full UK driving license
  16. Hi there I am looking for work in and around Nottingham area I have been a groundsman for about 6months and I am a really hard worker. Work has run dry so looking on here for anything else?
  17. We are seeking an Arborist to join our team based in Thamesmead, South-East London Salary: PAYE £27,000-£35,000 (depending on experience and qualifications) Applicants must have NPTC tickets CS30, 31, 38 & 39 as a minimum Driving license essential All equipment and PPE provided 25 days Annual Leave (plus bank holidays) Family friendly working hours: Mon-Fri 8am-3.30pm Attendance based bonus scheme (usually circa £600-£700) paid in November each year. A range of other benefits We are a housing association with in-house Tree Services teams, responsible for the maintenance and management of around 30,000 trees within parklands, around our network of canals and within housing areas. To apply, or to see more details of the vacancy, please click on the below link. Jobs - Job Details - Arborist x 2 WWW.PEABODYJOBS.ORG.UK Jobs at Peabody and CBHA
  18. The wife and I are moving to the Cotswolds in the new year, I'm looking for any kind of work full/part time, contract. Got over 10 years experience, fully licenced and full clean driving licence. Can send my cv over to anyone interested. Thanks for your time.
  19. We are recruiting new staff for ongoing works across a abroad spectrum of works. Rail, Powerlines, Highways, Landscaping Works are mainly in the North East and North West but at times in other parts of the uk which require lodging away. PAYE or Freelance / inexperienced and new to the industry considered. Minimum Qualifications Requierd CS30,31 CSCS First Aid Other useful Qualifications CS38,39,40 woodchipper UA1 PTS NPTC forestry machine ops Please contact . Jason Smith. 07902716671 mobile 01748 836033 office [email protected] [email protected]
  20. Arborist Climber MILTON KEYNES, South East (United Kingdom) Full Time£26,000 - £30,000 (GBP) Kings Landscapes About the Company Kings Tree Surgeons is a specialist arboricultural division of our parent group Kings Landscapes. Founded in 2004, Kings Landscapes has enjoyed unprecedented growth and success with the group now comprising tree surgery, maintenance and both commercial and residential construction divisions. Across all of our divisions, you will find passionate, professional people delivering outstanding projects. Both BALI and the Society of Garden Designers have formally recognised this excellence with national awards, whether it is a flagship, complex public scheme or an intimate residential space. About the job Kings are seeking qualified and motivated arborist team Leader to covering London and Home counties. Kings offers competitive pay, which is tailored to your skills and qualifications. Salary: Dependent on skills and competencies – between 26k to 30k. You will need to be flexible, reliable and have a thorough, proven knowledge of all aspects of tree work. They will hold the requisite NPTC Certificates, and a driving license . The ideal candidates will be flexible in style and thinking, with an open, friendly personality. They will understand and subscribe to the importance of working as a team. Requiring genuine commitment, this position offers an exciting challenge and a chance to be a highly motivated team player. If you feel you have the necessary skills and competencies to be successful in this role please email your CV and covering letter to Maria Stone by clicking the apply button below or telephone on 01908 585220, alternatively, send your application to Kings Landscapes, Flaxbourne Gardens, Salford Road, Milton Keynes, MK17 8HZ Preferred Skills The candidate’s key responsibilities will be climbing and undertaking arboricultural duties including; tree pruning, dismantling and felling. Driving Licence required. Interested? Please email me on [email protected] if you dont have all the prefered skills dont worry we would still like to hear from you
  21. Qualified Arborist Roles in New Zealand - Team Leader and Climber Positions Are you a qualified Arborist looking for a challenging role and a fresh start with a growing Arboricultural Company? Do you want a job where you earn top dollar and love coming to work? Do you value capable reliable gear and great people to work with? Do you wish you had more scope to learn, have fun and work on interesting projects? Do you want to work with a team that helps you learn new skills and create new opportunities? At Marc Doyle Treework we nurture a culture of self improvement and well-being. We challenge each other, our organisation and the industry in order to grow and adapt to the changing environment. Our vision is to be the gold standard of arboriculture in New Zealand providing an unrivaled customer experience and service to our clients in the Waikato. We aim to achieve this through mindful practices and processes, to leave the environment safe and healthy, clients with peace of mind to enjoy their green spaces, all while providing our team the opportunity to grow, challenging themselves, our company and the industry. As the Waikato regions number one arboricultural company business is booming and we need passionate people to join our team. Here’s why working with us will be the best career move you make: We pay top rates $3000NZ bonus after three years Up to a $1,000NZ PPE allowance on day 1 If you’re relocating towns we’ll help with any moving costs up to $1,000NZ Helmet, wet weather gear and boots provided A paid day off on or around your birthday After work drinks, barbeques and lots of fun social events – you’ll need a sense of humour! If you've got the initiative and want to learn, we will put you on the courses you need to better yourself and your career A team who looks after you and wants you to succeed Here’s what we need from you: Arboricultural experience essential Be a Qualified Arborist level 4 or above Competent in aerial rescue Make H+S a priority Have a clean full NZ Drivers license (class 2 preferred) Be able to work un-supervised, run your own jobs and train apprentices Honest and trustworthy Experience with both residential commercial work would help Take pride in your work and go the extra mile to make sure the job is top notch Great people skills both with fellow workmates and customers If you think you’ve got what it takes then email your CV and brief cover letter telling us why you are the right person for the job to [email protected] Applicants for this position must have NZ residency or a valid NZ work visa. We can help with this!!!! Marc Doyle Treework has a drug and alcohol free policy, successful candidate will need to pass a pre-employment drug and alcohol test and a Police Convictions Background check.
  22. We have numerous positions available for work across various locations near Bridgwater and South Wales good rates with accommodation provided. Chainsaw operative positions Brush-cutter operative positions The job entails various vegetation clearance works across numerous sites. Immediate start. We are based in West Northumberland. Travel to work locations from Northumberland is provided though the job may suit persons situated near Bridgwater or in South Wales Must have: Relevant chainsaw tickets for ground duties Own PPE Advantages: Climbing tickets and experience Supervisor training Fencing experience Strimming tickets Driving licence Trailer license
  23. Hello, I run Treework Ltd in Tunbridge Wells. We are a well established business with over 30 years of experience. We have 9 full time staff and 4 self employed members of staff. We are looking for a well experienced arborist that would be interested in 2/3 work days a week. All enquiries please apply within. Regards Tom Goddard
  24. We're tree contractors based in Norfolk. We need a sub-contract climber for our arb work and a sub-contract experienced hand cutter for some forestry work that we have coming up. Must have relevant tickets. Please get in touch with Matt and Jo 07879614092 or [email protected]
  25. Hull City Council currently has the following vacancies https://www.hullcc.gov.uk/jobs/waste-management-strategic-commissioning-delivery-tree-gang-operative-two-posts/22553.job 01482 612774 https://www.hullcc.gov.uk/jobs/countrysideconservation-strategic-commissioning-delivery-arboriculture-inspector/22486.job 01482 612767


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