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  1. Free sight (single driveway) for Wood chips or bark chips. Happy to help off-load if you don't have a tipper. Note: Please message or email in advance with details of what you have, type, quantity, approx arrival day/time etc. Just so i can ensure the driveway is clear for your arrival.
  2. Role: Manager Salary: Negotiable, dependent on experience Hours: Full time; 35 hours/week Holiday: 28 days, including bank holidays Anderson Tree Care Ltd is looking to hire a new Operations Manager. As a company which has been in operation for over 40 years, the collective experience and knowledge within Anderson Tree Care is unmatched across South Yorkshire and Derbyshire. Working for us is a unique opportunity to work with prestigious organisations on a wide variety of exciting conservation and arboricultural management projects. Current clients include Sheffield City Council, English Heritage, The National Trust, Eastern Moors Partnership, Sheffield and Rotherham Wildlife Trust and The Environment Agency. The role will be a blend of working from home and office based but a full driving licence is essential for attending site meetings. You will work in close conjunction with the Business Director and will have the support of a part-time Office Administrator. Key responsibilities are: Day-to-day running operations - Scheduling work and organising teams of operatives - Arranging plant hire and traffic management - Point of contact for both domestic and commercial clients - Management of employed staff and contractors - Visiting clients to provide impartial advice on arboricultural management - Organising quotations (these will typically be written up by the Office Administrator) - Submitting TPO applications and Section 211 Notices Company Management - Legislation compliance; LOLER checks, risk assessments, method statements, site audits, organising training for operatives - Maintaining external accreditations and licences - Client relations; providing a reliable point of contact and advice for ongoing commercial and domestic clients - Contract Management; filling out Pre-Qualification Questionnaires, applying for large contracts and overseeing their completion Essential Skills: - Level 4 certificate or diploma in Arboriculture, foundation degree or equivalent experience. - A good understanding of the running of an arboricultural company including the practical challenges involved - Excellent communication skills - Highly organised - Good basic IT skills; able to use the Microsoft Office suite, Gmail, Google Calendar, OneDrive. A previous knowledge of Fastfield would be useful but not necessary - A full clean UK driving licence
  3. I've recently qualified with all the relevant tickets for climbing and aerial tree work. Looking for a role in a company willing to give me some knowledge and patience in return for a hard worker! (I have a 2 years prior experience as a gardener for a small company) I understand as a new climber I will probably end up doing more grounding to start but as long as there is opportunity to climb, I'm happy! Full time role preferred but give me a buzz regardless of what you have to offer. 07880749696
  4. Hello! I am currently studying EWITS to become qualified as a arborist/climber. My course will be completed in may and I will be moving too Sheffield as soon as I've qualified. My previous experience is a couple of years as a gardener which included a fair amount of pruning, including fruit trees. If there's anyone willing too have a chat or offer some work that would be amazing! Give me a buzz and I'll send a CV over as well! 07880749696 Ta, Leaf Link to course I'm studying - https://www.plumpton.ac.uk/courses/forestry-and-arboriculture-intensive-course-ewits-8-week-course-197/
  5. We need a groundsman in Sheffield on Tuesday, pretty easy day (No heavy lifting) Contact me on 07577592430 Thanks Mark
  6. We are looking for someone with a portable bandsaw to come and mill some Larch tree's in the Hope Valley, Derbyshire. Any offers or suggestions? Thanks Phil Mason
  7. Hi all, I have 1 year experience, CS30/31 and planning on getting aerial rescue this Autumn, I work hard, arrive on time, take on advice and am generally super keen to progress and learn more about trees and tree work. Currently looking to gain some more contacts to fill 2 or so days a week to take me to full time as my overdraft isn't going to pay itself off! Negotiable day rate, happy to travel within ~1hr (or further for consecutive days work), can provide references or come for a trail shift. PM me if interested or if you want my details for when you need an extra subby in. Thanks, Josh
  8. Hi, Anyone know of any free wood chip tipping sites around west Sheffield areas near Ecclesall Road, Abbeydale Road, Ringinglow Road?
  9. Experienced climber with CS30,31,38,39, chipper, first aid, CSCS, Arb Diploma level 3 With own tipper van, saws, light rigging gear, own insurance and can supply an extra man if needed as a bona-fide subbie. Looking for fill in days to work around Sheffield and North Derbyshire
  10. Hello to everybody... Since August 2017 this year, I have been creating a public record of events in the form of small video productions. They depict the ongoing controversial tree feelings happening in Sheffield to date. I am very keen to hear from any Arboriculturists with their views regarding how they think their industry might be affected, when actions of this nature by Sheffield City Council go ahead. Although some of the videos I have put online may look to be a little biased, I can assure you that my intention is to give everybody an equal opportunity to have their say and put their point across, but unfortunately some videos have ended up looking like my intention is not as intended, for which on my part, if I have offended anybody, I sincerly apologise as it was not my intention in the first place and I can assure you, it is not my intention as time goes by...! Although I have highlighted in the past to all concerned in the videos that their points of view are important, I do believe and understand their concerns for whatever they might be, as to why they have chosen not to speak with reference to what they might want to say if anything at all...! Therefore I am extending my offer to any Arboriculturists as well as those I continue to encounter on a weekly basis. However, what I would like to say now is that each and every individual including myself, must accept responsibility for their own actions, even more so in the presence of a video recording camera...! Are you an Arboriculturist working in Sheffield now or have been and do you want to share your views? I would be very interested in knowing your views either on hear or by a private message if anonymity is your preference. You can message me directly on Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/BANAMAN.Productions/ As an Arboriculturist, have you been subject to any threats or violence either physically or verbally while working on the PFI contract in Sheffield? Have you witnessed any threats or violence either physically or verbally while working on the PFI contract in Sheffield? As any aspect of your job working on the PFI contract in Sheffield affected you in any way at home or at work? Does your future work depend on keeping as many healthy street trees as possible? If you are an Arboriculturist in another part of the country not working on the PFI contract in Sheffield, I would also be interested in your views. Have you been following what is happening in Sheffield regarding the current ongoing tree situation and want to share your view? Does your future work depend on keeping as many healthy street trees as possible in our city's towns and villages? How would you feel if you had to endure what the Arboriculturists working on the PFI contract in Sheffield? If you would like to see a public record of events uploaded to date, please click the youtube link below. https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCi5IXghZwEoqj61jjjQqW3Q/videos
  11. Hi I'm a freelance, self employed climber. My gear needs LOLERing. Can anyone recommend or put themselves forward as LOLER inspectors near Sheffield, Chesterfield or the Peak District PM me with their prices and availability? Thanks Will
  12. Hello everyone, Just letting you know I've had my container broken into at my yard in the S11 area of Sheffield. I've had nearly £5000.00 worth of chainsaws, blower and hedge trimmer taken last night or the early hours of this morning. Head up to anyone else in Sheffield, to watch out for the robbing bastards!! Thanks, Dominic Bailey DB Tree Care Ltd
  13. Experienced climber (or groundsman with Aerial Rescue ticket) required for 5 days of work away in Scotland. Digs provided. Good rate of pay and some travel will also be paid for. Requirements: - Own PPE incl. hi-vis chainsaw trousers - Woodchipper ticket - Own saw - Own climbing equipment (for rescue if not a climber) Start in approximately 2-3 weeks. Please email Joel at [email protected]
  14. I'm looking for any work in the Derbyshire area. I am willing to travel within reasonable distance from Chesterfield where I am based e.g Sheffield, Peak District, Nottingham, Matlock etc. I hold a current driving license and own a vehicle so transport is no issue for me. I have CS30/31 qualifications and have experience as a grounds person previously. Although I have this experience I am willing to consider a different position utilising my qualification. Feel free to contact me - 07850332478 or [email protected] Chris.
  15. I'm looking for someone to do my first (and hopefully subsequent) LOLER inspection on my climbing kit in the Sheffield area, could anyone point me in the right direction please?
  16. Groundsman/Apprentice climber/Yard staff on casual basis wanted for Sheffield area Ideally: Over 25 for vehicle insurance Passed driving test before 1998 for truck (3.5 tonne) NPTC CS30-31 CS38 (39) Woodchippers NPTC or Lantra Own PPE Casual to potential full employment 3-5 days per week at busy times essential: Safe/Hard working/Friendly/High standards/Independently motivated If you're interested please PM your details, history, training, licence, location and work references if you have them and I'll get back to you if appropriate. Thanks for looking.


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