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  1. https://www.peabodyjobs.org.uk/en/job/497149/arborist-x-2 £27,000 - £30,000 (may be negotiable for the right candidate) Peabody are seeking to recruit two Arborists to join their in-house Tree Services Team based in Thamesmead, South-East London, on a full-time, permanent basis (PAYE). The successful applicant will be able to carry out a range of tree work including planting, crown raising, reductions, pollarding, dismantling, felling and stump grinding, to a high standard and in line with industry best practice and BS3998: Tree Work Recommendations. The successful applicant will also be expected to assist in the maintenance of chainsaws, chippers and stump grinder. The Tree Services team work mostly within Thamesmead and provide high quality, planned, ad-hoc and reactive tree work to our existing tree stock of around 30,000 trees situated within housing estates, parklands and alongside our network of canals. Essential: CS30,31, 38, 39 Experience of working within a similar role. Full UK Driving License Desirable: CS41 (Aerial Tree Rigging) CS47 (Use of a Chainsaw from a MEWP) B+E Driving License (or pre-1997 UK Driving License) Why work for us? Working hours: 8am-3.30pm, Monday to Friday Weekend overtime available. 25 days annual leave (plus Bank Holidays). Salary of £27,000 - £30,000 per annum (salary may be negotiable for the right candidate) Annual attendance-based bonus scheme (circa £600-700) Continued Professional Development: ongoing training, refresher training etc. PPE, tools and equipment provided. Range of employee benefits to choose from including technology, memberships and discounts. If you would like any more info feel free to contact me at Rebecca.Barton@Peabody.org.uk or via Arbtalk 🙂
  2. Hello all arborists, A Sycamore tree that is two-and-a-bit feet in width (I dont know how old this tree is), it seems to be dying. The leaves are spotted black, so am I right in thinking this is Anthracnose? There are many trunks stemming from the main one, typical of Sycamores. All trunks shooting off have bark that seems to have parted (there is not continuous bark going round the trunks). Many branches have fallen off, leaving an unclean cut, these bits of dead wood have holes in them- are these some sort of wood-borers that have gotten into the dead wood? I have cut off all of the new 'suckers', as well as some established ones. The spotted leaves were also touching a birch tree, I have now cut those branches down to stop spread of infection, and they are no longer touching one another. I have also cleared the ground by the bottom trunk of both trees: of dead leaves, twigs and moss etc. I want to save this tree. Is there any way that I can? I am in a woodland by the way in the South East. These spotted leaved Sycamores are spreading, only a few trees remain without these spots. Other trees, such as Birch and Oak are fine. But will they end up getting infected? I am in no way a tree surgeon, just a gardener who likes trees and knows a little bit about them. Thanks.
  3. Jobs - Job Details - Arborist WWW.PEABODYJOBS.ORG.UK Jobs at Peabody and CBHA We are seeking an Arborist to join our existing in-house tree team as a second climber, carrying out a range of tree works within a mostly residential environment. Position would be ideal for someone who is looking to gain some experience and is qualified to CS30-31 and CS38-39 as a minimum. Successful candidate will have a full driving license. License to tow a trailer would be preferred but not essential. Closing date is 29th July. Feel free to message me for more info.
  4. Do you need to update your First Aid training? Our Emergency First Aid at Work short course includes additional topics recommended by the Forestry Commission, including severe bleeding, crush injury, hypothermia and Lyme disease. One day short course - multiple dates available. Only £80! For more information and to book, please visit our website - https://www.merristwood.ac.uk/CourseInformation/ShortCourseDetails.aspx/727000234066894/Arboriculture & Forestry
  5. TreeAbility are an Arb Approved family run business based in Sevenoaks Kent. We cover Kent and South East London doing all aspects of tree surgery and hedging. Mainly private with some commercial work. About the job: We're looking for experienced and intermediate climbers. We are an Arb Approved family business looking for people used to working to very high standards. Great long term career prospect to be part of a successful business with ongoing personal development and progression. Shorter term opportunities also if working over here on a travel visa or sub contracting positions available • £ up to £35k depending on experience. • 28 Days leave including bank holidays • Sevenoaks, Kent. J5 M25 or J2 M20 Must have CS 30, 31, 38, 39 Driving licence for 2 years preferable
  6. Hi everyone, I am looking for some extra work to fill the gaps in my diary. Based in Brighton and willing to travel up to 35 miles. I have been climbing for last 14 months and prior to that I was a groundsman for over 3 years. I have an excellent attitude towards work and possess very strong references. Please give me a call on 07887532988, email me at bbraczek85@gmail.com or send me a pm. Thanks for taking the time to read this. All the best, Bart
  7. Freelance/self employed or looking for employment climbers or groundsman needed in Sevenoaks area. Kent Please call 01732810695
  8. We are looking for a qualified, self employed groundsman to work on a p/t basis in and around Maidstone and the South East. Call 01622 208426 for more information.
  9. We are looking for an experienced Climber / Driver to join the team in Sevenoaks Kent. This is a full time position to start ASAP. Suitable candidates must hold NPTC certificates: CS30, 31, 38, 39 with 3 years climbing experience and a full UK driving license with B + E entitlement or pre 1997. A competitive salary is offered dependent on experience & qualifications. Call Tom on 07825996691
  10. Hi 1 and all, I was wondering if anyone could point me in the right direction of some part time work in the south east don't mind travelling and I am a work horse ill tell you a bit about myself, I'm 30 have bin working in tree work for 7 years was employed for 6 started out just part time then one thing lead to another I'm sure most know how it goes. 7 months ago I started up a company CMG treecare limited went on some short courses to get all my tickets that I need and am slowly building my customer clientele and reputation I take great pride in my work from when I turn up to a job to when I leave I am also very reliable if you think you could help me out or know someone then please let me know cheers chris
  11. We are looking for experienced team leaders and skilled arborists to join our team. For further detaile please see the careers page of Tree Surgeons Surgery | Arborists removal service felling Surrey West East Sussex Kent Please send your details to services@countytreesurgeons.co.uk Immediate starts available.

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