Do you want to work for one of Europe's leading multidisciplinary environmental consultancies with over 75 years' experience, who have an amazing track record of providing environmental consultancy and research expertise to an enviable range of clients both in the private and public sector?
As an Arboricultural Surveyor, this is your chance to join a recognised and highly respected leader in the environmental and rural sectors. The initial work will involve surveying for Network Rail across Scotland. Accordingly, you should hold a currently valid PTS Rail Sentinel Competency and have held it for at least 1 year with suitable railway experience over that period.
Holding a Membership for either the Arboricultural Association, Royal Forestry Society or Institute of Chartered Foresters, ideally you will also have an Arboricultural degree or equivalent qualification such as a Lantra Professional Tree Inspection certificate, NPTC Certificate of Competence in Utility Arboriculture Unit 5.1 and 5.2. You may even be a Licensed QTRA tree risk assessor and have knowledge of THREATS tree risk assessment method, potentially having a recognised forestry qualification, which would aid you in this role.
Drawing on your established knowledge of working within Arboriculture, you will be used to working in a fast moving, client focused commercial environment. The knowledge you have gained over the last couple of years, will allow you to successfully identify a range of tree and shrub species as well as common tree pests and diseases
Having an in depth knowledge and experience of professional Arboricultural work will aid you when undertaking tree surveys and providing advice to a range of developers in relation to the requirements of BS5837:2012 as well as specify tree works in line with the requirements of BS3998:2010
In this role as a Senior Arboricultural Consultant, carrying out tree health surveys, hazard assessments, visual tree inspections and risk assessment surveys and reports for developers, utilities and other corporate organisations, while understanding and dealing with Tree Preservation Order issues, will all be part of your remit.
As an Arboricultural Surveyor you will hold a full driving licence and will be required to have a flexible attitude with regards to type of work, timing and location.
In return you will be offered great career opportunities and comprehensive support for your professional development. As well as receiving excellent remuneration, based on your experience and skill set.
Are you interested in this role?
For an informal chat about this role please call Spencer on 01202 888986 Ext:256 or email firstname.lastname@example.org