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Climber (Vacancy ID: 1710-16)
Climber, £11.87 per hour as stated

Term to Perm, Full Time

North London


Date Added: 15/05/2018
eArborist job ID: 2319
CTC Recruitment
CTC Recruitment

01743 34 44 66
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Opportunity to work for a local authority tree section based in north London. They currently have a vacancy for a Climbing Arborist to supplement their existing tree gangs.

The work will involve the full range of arboricultural operations to the council tree stock, including tree and root pruning, crown reduction, lifting and thinning, felling, root removal and stump grinding. The tree section is well resourced and has an excellent range of plant and equipment. Candidates will initially be engaged on a temporary basis with an immediate start and the opportunity to transfer to direct employment with the council in the future.

Key Skills - Must have NPTC modules CS30,31,38 & 39. Rate of pay is 11.87 PH for 36 hour week.

On completion of the probationary period the candidate may be offered a permanent directly employed position with the council


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Hi there, I'm the owner of GBT, woodchippers and Stumpgrinders and more. We recently started to advertise on this site and have found it really does work. We would have no hesitation to recommend it to any one thinking of trying it for the first time. Thanks eArborist for a good service to the industry - it's about time someone got it right.

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