As a member of the growing and diversifying group, the successful candidate will work together with the company’s land development ecologists, landscape architects, and environmental professionals, and will be responsible for the coordination and execution of a variety of tree surveys, assessments and reports. Clients include primarily private developers of residential and commercial lands, and sometimes public agencies (municipalities), and engineers.
We are looking for an experienced climber who is skilled in production pruning and removals. The candidate will lead a crew for some jobs and be a part of a larger crew on others. The ideal candidate will be a friendly, team player with a passion for tree care.
Lead the crew as it completes daily client jobs including pruning and removal of trees
Ensure that jobs are finished in a safe and timely manner
Interact with clients in a polite and friendly manner
Delegate work site duties to crew
Manage the daily maintenance of Vehicles, Chipper and Tools
Campbell Tree Experts Inc. is a family owned & operated tree care business that is well established & recognized as a leading company in the Ottawa area since 1992, Providing a reliable & professional tree service to our dedicated clientele. We specialize in pruning, cabling, bracing, tree removal & stump grinding. We offer a safe & professional work environment with continuous training & development with competitive industry wages and benefits. We provide ourselves in the safe & professional environment that we provide for both our employees & clients.
Position: CREW LEADER / ARBORIST.
Looking for a hardworking professional to join our experienced tree crew. Perform varying tree services at residential and estate properties across the GTA with lots of steady work. Exciting work with professional equipment, chip trucks, crane truck, trailers, skid steers, ATV’s and more.
Part Time Contract: June 2021 – March 2022 (demanding but flexible hours over the 10-month duration) *Strong possibility of annual renewal depending on funding.
Contract Amount: $25,000.00 (stipend will be available for accommodation or mileage)
Reports to: Delivery Partners (small team of representatives from the ISAO, OCAA, and The Career Foundation)
Application Deadline: Friday, May 21st, 2021
Location: Administrative duties will be conducted from home. Travel will be required during business hours to locations in Toronto and Ottawa to attend meetings and site visits as required.
*Use of personal vehicle, computer, cell phone, and internet will be required.
The Technical Training Coordinator will be involved in an industry-based training program that provides entry-level grounds crew training to 48 individuals in Toronto and Ottawa (24 in each region), who need support to enter the field. You will report to the Delivery Partners, comprised of a small team of representatives from the ISAO, OCAA and The Career Foundation. You will work with The Career Foundation’s SAO Program Manager as needed. This practical grounds-crew training will enable participants to work productively, safely, and efficiently. The course will focus on developing essential skills and will enhance communication, problem-solving and critical thinking ability. As the Technical Training Coordinator, you have the experience, expertise, and ability to effectively oversee and coordinate the technical training portion of the program. The successful applicant will possess a combination of formal training, teaching experience and work experience within the arboriculture field. This position requires someone with excellent time management and project coordination skills.
We are located in the East Rural area of Ottawa, Ontario (Sarsfield) and are interested in employing another ISA Certified Arborist to join our team of professionals. We are a family owned business operating since 2001. The type of employee that we are interested in is a physically and mentally strong team player with an eagerness to learn and work well in Crews of three and four. Their work ethic must parallel our present crew members with safe work practices and posses the drive to provide our clients with the best service we insist on.
Reporting to the Supervisor, Forestry, the Forestry Technologist, will participate as a member of the Public Works department performing tree assessments and inspections, data collection and analysis of the urban forest canopy. Major duties include the management and maintenance of tree data, reviewing pre-site application plans, planting plans, setbacks, easements and determining tree valuations. The Forestry Technologist will coordinate Request for Proposals and oversee the tree planting and removal process, ensuring compliance with Tree By-Laws and the City’s Official Plan. This position will also support Public Works management and staff with the preparation of maps, data monitoring and responses to service requests related to of the urban forest.
- Review and prepare planning documents, applications, and arboriculture report;
- Develop and review operational management plans to manage the urban canopy;
- Review and respond to forestry related service requests from members of the public and council;
- Coordinate and responsible for drought protection and watering cycles, tree planting projects, tree inspections and analysis;
- Develop tree protection plans and policies;
- Responsible for the coordination of Request for Proposals and completing technical reviews for material specifications, tender forms, bids, etc.;
- Produce tender and supporting documentation that adheres to departmental, provincial, and federal standards;
- Oversee contracted services;
- Update and maintain the Public Works database for municipal assets, infrastructure inventory and geographically referenced tree data sets; identify opportunities to further capture assets for tracking program planning and eliminate inefficiencies; work with other City of Kingston departments to integrate data;
- Complete site plan reviews determining the validity and accuracy of a developer’s site plan regarding removal and planting of trees and provide planting plans in accordance with policies;
- Perform tree risk assessments, define risk and provide supporting documentation and updates in Cartograph;
- Coordinate and plan tree planting programs working within arboriculture principles and practices, consider existing infrastructure conflicts and minimum required utility setback clearance, property limits and other City capital projects;
- Provide guidance and instruction and assign work to internal staff and contractors and coordinate work with internal City departments to complete projects;
- Coordinate and participate in community initiatives;
- Liaise and partner with community groups such as the Cataraqui Region Conservation Authority;
- Participate in public engagement and education;
- Other duties as assigned.
At Parker Tree Care Ltd we are a family run small, close nit company. We love to take care of people’s trees and properties and we also take care of our staff.
We are looking for team members to help grow our, already, reputable company. As we grow we want to invest in our team with: -Training, -Mordern equipment, -Current Climbing skills, – Personal skills. We will help you grow in the industry and prepare you to be the best all round arborist you can be.
We have all the equipment to do any job safely and effectively.
Come have a conversation with Sam and see if this is the perfect fit for you.
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You can wear a lot of different hats at Bartlett: Arborist Representative, IPM Technician (Pest Control), Crew Supervisor, Climber, Administrative Assistant. Call today for a free brochure, Careers with Bartlett Tree Experts. Learn about the full range of rewarding career paths with the industry leader in tree care.
Asplundh is a recognized world leader in providing professional, safe, cost-effective and environmentally sustainable vegetation management for 90 years.
We offer a safe and professional work environment with continuous training and development with a comprehensive benefits program with competitive industry wages.
Woodfellas Tree Care is a locally owned and operated thriving tree company in Kingston, Ontario. Our services include tree preservation plans, tree inventory and arborist reports, tree planting, plant health care, deep root fertilization, emerald ash borer injections, hazardous risk assessments, cabling and bracing, (cobra support system), tree removals, utility line clearing, stump grinding and emergency tree work. We are currently looking for experienced, motivated, certified arborists/climbers with a positive attitude and work ethic to join our growing team.
Davey Tree Expert Co. of Canada, Limited, is the leading full-service tree care provider for residential, commercial, utility line clearing, and forestry consulting throughout Canada. As we continue to grow and expand, we are seeking interested and motivated individuals to join our team.
Positions: Groundpersons, Arborist Apprenticeship, Climbers, Plant Health Care Technicians
JOB DUTIES: Positions involve providing expert tree surgery services, ground work support, and plant health care operations to client properties. Responsibilities include fertilizing, pesticide application and systemic injection, climbing, pruning and removing trees as well as full debris removal and site cleanup on residential and commercial properties.
We are a Thornhill-based, locally-owned and operated full service tree care company with a growing, dedicated consulting division.
Our consulting clients are predominantly landscape architects, architects, engineers, contractors, developers, government agencies and private tree owners (home-owners). A large component and major focus of our consulting service is related to tree inventories and prescriptions for preservation of existing trees on development and re-development sites in the GTA. These projects range from individual residential to large commercial and residential buildings and municipal infrastructure projects. Our consulting services extend to include ravine restoration stewardship plans; appraisal of monetary value of woody plants; tree risk assessment; obtaining municipal approvals and permits for projects involving trees.
Are you creative and motivated? Searching for a rewarding and dynamic career opportunity in land use planning and urban design?
If so, your search ends here! MHBC is seeking a Landscape Architect / Arborist Specialist to join our team in the Kitchener office.
MHBC Planning is an industry leading land use planning, landscape architecture, cultural heritage, and urban design expertise firm established in 1973 that has grown to 100 employees in 6 offices throughout Ontario. MHBC has been awarded the Canadian Association of Certified Planning Technicians, Private Sector Employer of the Year, and has also recognized by the Ontario Professional Planners Institute (OPPI) with two Awards of Professional Merit, two Southwest Ontario Awards of Professional Merit, and a Province of Ontario Outstanding Planning Award.
With endless opportunities for personal and professional development, MHBC is a place where people thrive and achieve satisfaction and fulfillment from their work every day. Advance your knowledge, skills, and abilities through exposure to a wide variety of unique and challenging projects. This position will have you as part of a team to influence development from conception through to construction.
- working in a well-managed environment where safety is the priority; working in a healthy and courteous environment;
- access to industry conferences and seminars; opportunities for educational and skills development;
- use of modern vehicles and equipment;
- competitive wages based on knowledge and experience;
- paid holidays, health benefits, vacation pay, incentive program;
- uniforms and safety boot allowance.
Qualifications: Landscape Exterminator license; Valid “G” driver’s license with clean abstract; Basic knowledge of common pests found on trees; Tree identification.
Pay: Depending on Experience
To apply: please email resume to: [email protected]