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  1. matt769

    Cutnall Green Tip Site

    Tip site located in Cutnall Green, easy access down on hard standing type1 driveway. Please get in touch if you have woodchips or logs to dispose of - chips will be used along newly planted trees, hedgerows and flowerbeds and logs will be used for fuel. I'm unfortunately unable to take leafy foliage/brash/small branch cuttings etc - only woodchips or logs Access for a tipper/large wagons and turning circles, access through wooden gate as pictured
  2. Hi all, Perhaps this is a long shot, I don't know, but at the risk of sounding naive I'm wondering if anybody can offer me any work on a part time basis to fit around current shift work? (one or two days a week. If all goes well I can increase that over time) I'm looking to move away from my career as a support worker for children with SEN and challenging behaviour. It's very enjoyable, often very difficult, but it's not what I see myself doing for the rest of my working life. I've got a CS30/31 course booked in July and will look to pass my trailer test before then (funds allowing). I have EFAW, H+S, COSHH certificates from current job. I'd be especially interested in forestry, conservation or estate maintenance type work, but any experience would be welcome! I'm not scared of hard graft (in fact I like it!) and I tend to learn quickly so you won't be babysitting me. Can provide own PPE and look to get hold of anything else as needed. If anybody can offer anything please get in touch. Simon
  3. I am looking for work in the Worcestershire area, I will travel further (within an hour approx of malvern). I have - cs 30, 31, 38 and 39 - 4 years experience - saws and kit - Driving license (no towing) & transport I mainly looking for climbing work but I will also ground as Im quiet at the moment. Contact me to find out more or to book me in on either: Phone: 07908534787 Email: [email protected] Kind Regards, Finn Culerne
  4. Alright all, I'm a sub contract climber located in Walsall looking for some work around the west midlands area. Have my cs:30,31,38,39 and my PTI and level 6 and all own kit and chainsaw. My contact number is 07791591114 and email: [email protected], don't hesitate to contact me if you want to discuss some work. Cheers, Max
  5. Looking for a full time climber to join our small team. Based in Solihull. Please contact 07786527729
  6. Our Client is a rapidly growing tree care company based in the West Midlands and is looking for a Climbing Arborist with a minimum 2 years experience and proven experience in tree climbing skills. The company offers a competitive salary and excellent opportunity for progression. Must have full clean driving licence and own vehicle. For details of qualifications required and how to apply follow the link below: Climbing Arborist - Leading Tree Surgeons (28532823) - reed.co.uk
  7. As an expanding small family business we are looking to expand our team to meet our clients needs over the winter months. Position would suit self motivated person keen to learn and develop their arb skills and knowledge. We work to a high standard for all our customers and CS30, 31, 38 and 39 is required for climbing position. Would consider a groundsman willing to learn and get airborne. Send CV to [email protected] or call us on 01902 595859
  8. Wolverhampton Tree Service are looking for an experienced climber/team leader to join their team. They are based near Wolverhampton, West Midlands and work varies from back gardens, building sites, site clearance, highways, clear fells, pubs, hospitals, schools and just about anywhere a tree grows. They work throughout the British Isles so there are occasional nights where you will be required to work away. Requirements as follows: * Min 5 years experience in tree surgery on both commercial and residential tree work. * Must be able to hit the ground running and able to organise and lead your team. It is essential that you can climb with confidence and work cleanly. * Must have qualification in chainsaw, tree climbing, grinding and chipping. CS30, CS31, CS38, CS39. NPTC and Lantra. * Full driving licence min with C1+E. * Must be highly motivated and work to a high standard of both safety and quality. * Permanent posiition. * CSCS an advantage. * Pay negotiable depending on experience. To apply please email your CV to [email protected]
  9. Central Tree Services Ltd is based in Birmingham and we have an urgent need for experienced utility climbers and crew leaders. We’re offering good rates of pay for the experienced hard working people so if you fit the bill and you are looking for work in the near future give us a call on 0121 328 9611 or send your CV to [email protected]
  10. Hi guys & girls Just a quick one to say i am still available for work. Been climbing for 3 years (2 of which were for a large AA approve contractor). Worked with a few arbtalk members, and was very happy to help fuda out when his climber let him down (http://arbtalk.co.uk/forum/climbers-talk/54797-job-well-done-stand-climber.html#post837150). I hold public liability insurance along with CS 30, 31, 38 & 39, copies available on request. I have also passed the three written exams for the Arb Association technicians certificate and I am now waiting to take the practical examination day. I have all PPE and climbing kit, a climbing saw, a few ground saws and lowering kit and dont mind traveling. I also have a tipper transit and 6" chipper available and hold IRATA level 1 ticket Many thanks Richard [email protected] Wolverhampton 07964 083 735
  11. Hi, Just had my first wood burning stove put in, should hopefully be finished off tonight, can anyone point me in the right direction for firewood, ideally seasoned but also some that I can start my own supply. Thanks in advance
  12. T Hall Tree Services are looking for a Climber/Team Leader. Must have experience in all aspects of Arboriculture; hold NPTC,CSCS and Full Driving Licence. Although based in West Midlands, must be willing to work away from the area occasionally. If interested, please send us a copy of your CV to:- [email protected]
  13. Central Tree Services is a well established Arb approved contractor and we are looking to recruit the following staff – • Groundsmen • Arborists • Utility arborists • Drivers also required We offer permanent employment, good rates of pay and you will be a part of a friendly team. There are opportunities for advancement through Training and development schemes. Final Salary dependent on qualifications and experience Call 0121 328 9611 Email [email protected]
  14. I'm looking for a trainee position. Myself I haven't had any experience, im 18 doing my a levels at the moment so I cannot start full time until after 10th of June. Although i am willing to do various NPTC courses in the mean time. Ideally id like to be trained up to become a climber eventually. I would like a paper qualification but if its not possible I can combine it with a part time course at Moreton Morrel college. Consider me, I am willing to graft hard in order to get where I want to be. I just think a position where I can learn first hand within the industry not at college will benefit me more. Thanks.
  15. Very keen. First idea was to go to Warwickshire college and do the Level 3 Arboriculture course but its going to be really tough to fund. I have some experience doing some 'backyard lumberjack' kind of work. I'm really into how everything works even though I cant even scrape the surface of how in depth everything is. I'm basically willing to work for very low wage if the employer is up for fully training me up starting at groundsman working up to climber. Does any body know of any apprenticeship programmes around, or otherwise any large well known Arboricultural companies I can contact for information? Thanks


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