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Arbor Plant Health Care is looking for an experienced Climber to join their growing team. We are looking for a long-term team player to fit this team. There is an opportunity for training, education, and personal growth. If you don’t have all the certificates and training list below, but have worked in the industery we still want to hear from you. If you seem like the right fit, Arbor Plant Health Care will provide the proper training and courses to get you up to speed. Invest in Arbor Plant Health Care, and we will invest in you!
– Values: Hardworking, Honesty, Integrity, Respectful, and a Team Player
-Valid Class 5 drivers licence
-Two plus years of climbing experience.
-Ability to operate or willingness to learn to operate equipment such as a bucket truck, skidsteer, stump grinder.
-Willingness and ability to obtain certificates and qualifications to meet the requirement for arborist in Nova Scotia.
-Utility Tree Worker Certification-UTW II or experience
-ISA Certified Arborist
-College Background in Arboriculture or Horticulture
-Training certifications in Chainsaw safety, Fall Arrest, EHAP, WHMIS, First Aid or other relative training.
-Hourly wages will be dependent upon experience, skills, knowledge, and other things that are bought to the team.
Arbor Plant Health Care is looking for a qualified grounds person to join their growing team. We are looking for a long term team player to fit this team. For the right candidate there is opportunity for training, education, and personal growth and to advance to a climbing position. Invest in Arbor Plant Health Care and we will invest in you!
-Hardworking, Honesty, Integrity, and a Team Player
-Valid class 5 drivers licence.
-Ability to operate machinery.
-A Background in Arboriculture or Horticulture
-Training certifications in Chainsaw safety, Fall Arrest, EHAP, or other relative training.
-Working the ground for an arborist. Running ropes, brush chipping, cleaning up, operating chainsaw, tree felling, shrub pruning, and whatever may need to be done on the ground.
-Running Equipment such as chipper, skidsteer, and stump grinder.
-Professional Training from outside companies
-Attending Trade Shows