1. Job vacancy

Assistant Arboricultural Consultant

Due to continued growth within our consultancy department Connick Tree Care is
seeking to employ a self-motivated and technically competent Arboricultural
Consultant. The applicant will be required to undertake all aspects of arboricultural
consultancy and provide sound technical advice both internally and externally to
clients from all sectors.

Applicants must hold a Level 3 or higher arboricultural qualification (ABC Tech Cert/
QCF Level 4 Diploma) and the Lanta Professional Tree Inspection qualification.
Experience in surveying and reporting under the BS5837: 2012 standards for
development, and tree condition assessments is desirable.

The successful applicant will be based at our Head Office in Reigate, Surrey but
must be willing to travel across the south east to meet clients and undertake site
visits. In order to fulfil this role, the successful candidate would require excellent
communication and report writing skills, be able to work independently or form part of
a larger project team as required.

The applicant must hold a full UK driving licence and be eligible to work within the

We offer a competitive salary based upon experience along with an annual
department performance bonus. The benefits package to include professional
membership subscription and a company pension scheme. Holiday entitlement is 28
days per year, inclusive of public holidays.

Connick Tree Care is a dedicated arboricultural company, approved by the
Arboricultural Association with a strong culture of continuous improvement, and
continued professional development.

If you are interested in applying for this role please email a copy of your C.V to
This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. and for more information contact Paul Roberts 01737 859 754.

Salary Range £28,000.00 to £32,000.00 (dependent on experience) 

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