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Self Employed Tree Surveyor (Vacancy ID: 2173)
Surveyor, £18.5 per hour depending on experience

Contract, Full Time

West Midlands

B
UNITED KINGDOM

Date Added: 20/12/2018
eArborist job ID: 2417
https://www.ctcrecruitment.co.uk/
CTC Recruitment
CTC Recruitment

01743 34 44 66
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Our client is a provider of expert solutions and policy advice on rural business and environmental issues. They are currently looking to recruit several Tree Inspectors to undertake surveys for a client along the HS2 route north of Birmingham. The work should be undertaken on a full time basis within the allocated area. It will involve VTA tree inspections and plotting trees on digital mapping .

Candidates will be paid on an hourly basis at 15.00-18.50PH subject to experience and qualifications. Mileage will be paid for all journeys over 20 miles from the candidates home. There may be flexibility in the working arrangements subject to productivity targets being met. The minimum requirement is for a level 3 qualificaton in arboriculture .

 

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