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  1. Hello, I will be finishing off an eight week intensive course in tree surgery around the 21st October, after that I will be available for work as a qualified arborist and will have all the necessary tickets too work. Prior to the course, I have 2 years experience working as a gardener for a sole trader along with some self employed work, mainly hedge cutting. My number is 07880749696 Give me a call if you're interested! I have already got my chainsaw tickets, so could do some ground work in the meantime if you'd like.
  2. Hi, I need to find a groundy/climber in Derby for a few jobs. All my work is domestic, pretty nice jobs most of the time and decent pay. If you live in the area, then please send me a message. You do need the relevant NPTC qualifications CS30,31 (optional CS38, 39). Having your own PPE is essential. Look forward to hearing from you. Cheers, Dan.
  3. Arb Safety UK is a family run business with careers opportunities to suit all. If you are considering joining our team we have both part time and full time positions available at our South Yorkshire location. We offer a friendly environment and team atmosphere, with a focus on Continued Professional Development. Where possible, we will provide additional training as required and encourage growth for development within our company. We are an equal opportunities employer and welcome applications from all suitably qualified persons regardless of their race, sex, disability, religion/belief, sexual orientation or age. How to Apply All of our positions are dependent on the successful completion of application and trail process. Wages will be discussed per applicant, as this is dependent on qualification and experience. We are looking for individuals who are willing to work hard both at their job, and on their professional development. Contact us at info@arbsafety.co.uk
  4. Looking for an experienced Arborist (Climber) to join our team in Thamesmead (South-East London) on a full-time, permanent basis (PAYE). Salary £27,000 - £35,000 per annum, plus a range of employee benefits (and family friendly working hours of 8am -3.30pm Mon-Fri) Should have CS30, 31, 38 & 39 as a minimum. Please click the link below to apply. https://www.peabodyjobs.org.uk/en/job/497149/arborist
  5. 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!
  6. 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!
  7. Currently looking for work, ideally within Kent but more than happy to travel. Cross Cutting and Maintenance, Felling up to 380mm, Felling over 380mm, first aid. Own saws, PPE, and transport. Experience in felling both hardwoods and softwoods, oversized Ash and Sweet Chestnut, Ash dieback, cutting to spec, presenting for extraction etc. Also had experience driving 30 ton excavators on building sites with a mixture of buckets and rakes, tractors with cranes and other attachments, telehandlers. 07494 542 809
  8. 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
  9. Looking for work as virus has shut down main income. Own PPE and Climbing Gear NPTC: Chipper (towing licence as well) Stump Grinder Felling Ariel rescue Using chainsaw with rope and harness IPAF Contact 07730004410 Thanks Josh
  10. 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/
  11. Looking for a climber to join the team either employed or subby, covering Herefordshire, Gloucestershire, Worcestershire. Get in touch for more info: 07774134577 / 01432 860839 www.acertreeservices.com harriet@acertreehereford.com
  12. self employed climber/ groundsman needed in south devon. Ivybridge area but work throughout south devon, plymouth and cornwall. Ideally a climber but happy to chat if you just have groundsman tickets. Can take you on several days a week and can be flexible to suit around you. www.southhamsarborists.co.uk Feel free to give me a call on 07814376119. cheers, Ben.
  13. Hi Folks, I need to find a qualified groundy/climber in Derby for a few days a week. All my work is domestic, pretty nice jobs most of the time. If you live in the area, then please send me a message. You do need the relevant NPTC qualifications CS30,31 (optional CS38, 39). Having your own PPE is essential. Look forward to hearing from you. Thanks, Dan.
  14. Hi, I'm a subby arborist based in norfolk currently looking for work within the area (sub contract or full time) I have my 30 31 38 39 b+e and chipper ticket as well as the usual climbing kit, top handle and ground saw. I would also like to pursue work outside of the UK in Europe, ideally Germany or Sweden if the opportunity is there. If you need someone or have any questions please feel free to get in touch and I can also send my cv to you with more details if required. Cheers, Ryan.
  15. We are an Arb Approved business based in Herefordshire and are looking for Climbers to join our team on a long term basis. For more information, please contact the office 01432 860839 and speak to Harriet. Or Email: Harriet@acertreehereford.com
  16. Looking for seasoned climber for freelance sub contract work in Bristol. Must have own saw and PPE. Friendly and easy going working conditions. No flogging to death or hectic schedules to rush around for. Always plenty of time on each job. Must have professional attitude. Email rich@greenplanettreeservices.co.uk or give me a tinkle - 07974771409 Sensible day rate. If we finish early I'll buy you a pint. Bristol based. Cheers Rich - Green Planet Tree Services
  17. Not been on here for some time..but whether its the time of year and boredom setting in or the drivel posted on the FB page i have returned😂 anyone else dying to get back to work?...
  18. We have a number of openings in our growing team. A chainsaw operative with CS30/31. (002003 and 00200) Also, an apprentice working towards these. Full clean driving licence preferred, but not essential Based in Thrapston but will be required to travel across the East Midlands 40 hours a week. Candidates must be reliable, diligent and work to very high standard. They will undertake a wide range of tree surgery to the highest standards. Send a CV and covering letter to: accounts@rockleighltd.com
  19. Rockleigh Ltd Currently looking for a new member of staff to join our growing team Must have a minimum CS30/31, CS32, CS38/39 Manual handling and CSCS preferred Full clean driving licence preferred Based in Thrapston but will be required to travel across the East Midlands 40 hours a week. Candidates must be reliable, diligent and experienced in undertaking crown reductions and sectional dismantling jobs to a very high standard. They undertake a wide range of tree surgery to the highest standards. The job is for someone experienced in tree surgery for at least 3 years . All relevant NPTC's Chainsaw qualifications will be required and a trailer license would be a bonus.
  20. I've just got back from New Zealand and i'll be here for a few months. I am a self-employed climber looking for a couple of days a week, ideally in the Gloucestershire area but I'm willing to commute further if people are in need of a good worker and can offer a good rate of pay. I have 5 years experience in the industry, 3 years as a subby climber. I have a Level 3 extended diploma in Arboriculture with distinction Tickets from chipper to rigging, first aid and full clean licence. I'm hard working and easy going, with good organisation and communication skills and experience in all aspects of tree work and all operations like reductions etc are carried out to the highest standard. I can email a CV and provide references and copies of qualifications etc on request. Give me a call on 07934782915. Cheers, Hamilton
  21. Hi all, I live in Tonbridge near Sevenoaks in Kent and looking to add contacts to the list. I am a confident climber willing to tackle all trees (cue sacrificial subbie). I have all my own climbing kit, PPE, and climbing saw with 30, 31, 38, 39, 41 and chipper tickets. If you want my CV get in contact at millzy4879@gmail.com
  22. Hi, my names Josh Atkins, 25 years old, looking for PERMANENT position I have just recently got my NPTC 201/202/203 (CS30/31) and am looking to change career into the arborist industry. I live in Peterborough but don't mind travel. Within reason. I hold a full UK driving licence No experience as this will be a new career Willing to learn as over time I aim to do my climbing Have done split shifts and night shifts over the past 3 years so am eager to change job and work. I understand I will be coming in at entry level, will be looking for a reasonable wage as I still have bills to pay Any offers or advice is greatly appreciated.
  23. Hi all, Not sure if this has been covered before but I'd appreciate some recent experience and information on working in Sweden. I currently work for the local electricity board and would like to continue with this in Sweden. Is it easy to get into utility work in Sweden or is mostly private? Location in Sweden isn't an issue. Cheers!
  24. We are looking for individuals or gangs, for immediate ongoing work. Must have's: - Minimum of CS30,31,38,39, 40 and UA2.3 - Be available for ongoing work - Drive or be a part of a pair that drives - Experience on Deveg - Own kit - Be based/willing to travel to Wessex To show your interest please send your contact details and a covering letter/email to - David@edenlearail.co.uk
  25. Having successfully secured several contracts, predominately in the Midlands area, we are seeking suitably qualified and experienced individuals to enhance our workforce. Applicants will be required to work at various locations throughout the country including some Weekends. Arborists and Climbers must hold NPTC certificates. PTS (Personal Track Safety) and full Driving Licence are desirable as works are routinely within the Rail environment. Lineside Structure Maintenance Limited is based in Nottingham and has been operating for over 20 years. We are able to offer competitive rates of pay and comprehensive Training and Development. www.lineside.co.uk

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