Arborist Supervisor
Hailey Road, England
26d ago

We have a fantastic opportunity, we are looking to recruit a Arborist Supervisor to supervise and develop the arboriculture teams and associated functions planning and prioritising works to provide arboriculture services in a safe manner which are customer oriented, high quality, responsive to the needs of the Association including external clients and in line with service standards and BS3998.

We are a registered social landlord (RSL) based in London. In 2014 they acquired another large housing association based in south east London who had a substantial land holding and with this a large tree stock.

The grounds maintenance and tree works are undertaken using an in house team. They are currently looking to recruit an Arborist Supervisor and a Senior Arborists (Lead Climbers) who want to be part of a growing team with the opportunity to mould and develop the service and want a career with long term prospects and stability

Reporting to their depot in Thamesmead, these roles will involve working as a Lead Climber, undertaking pruning, dismantling and other hands on arboricultural work for the majority of the time.

In addition the Supervisor will be required to be hands on and organise and record work completed, liaise with residents and other members of the public

Candidates should be NPTC qualified and competent climbing arborists with a good knowledge of all tree work operations and practices.

Previous experience of leading a team of staff is required for the Supervisory role. In return they are offering a salary of circa £30,000 ( 16.

48 per hour ) for the Supervisor.

Negotiable for the right candidates

35 hour week. Also 25 rising to 30 days paid annual leave, a £700 annual attendance payment, plus company contributory pension and training / CPD,

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