Tree Surgeon Jobs London

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We have an enthusiastic and committed team and in order to keep developing, we are always looking for smart, punctual, hardworking people to join us. We have created a culture which motivates people to do their best and enjoy their work.

Operations Manager

Tree Surgeon Job – Lead Climber / Team Leader

Our employees are …

… Great at dealing with customers and work well in teams to get the job done. They have great initiative and problem solving skills, and always work to a high standard.

What do our employees receive?

We have a structured training program where all staff receive induction, manual handling, First Aid training and NPTC Level ground based and Aerial Tree Work training, as part of their core training

Above all else we value enthusiasm, hard work and commitment. If you are interested in being part of our team. Fill in our application below and we will get in touch as soon as we review your application.

Case study:

Tom joined the company in July 2021 after he successfully completed an intensive training package from a local tree surgery college. Since joining Tom has developed and progressed as a climber and arborist. He’s shown real enthusiasm and a great approach to leadership which resulted in him being promoted to the role of Team leader and lead climber in November 2023. Whilst working with us Tom has taken part in many additional qualifications and training events such as:

  • Lantra certificate of competence with stump grinders
  • Lantra – 3 day aerial tree rigging course
  • 1 day first aid and a 1 day ROLO safety course
  • 1 day SRT (Single Rope Technique) climbing day

Thanks to the company’s emphasis on career progression Tom is currently carrying out occasional quoting and estimating duties for Tom Boswell Tree Services. This important role further helps Tom develop his customer facing skills as well as ensuring that as a company we are continuing to encourage and promote from within.

‘I enjoy the fun atmosphere created by good team of people who all get along well together. Safety is put first, whilst a high standard of work is maintained. There are plenty of opportunities for training and progression in arboriculture, learning on the job and through accredited courses.’ – Tom Wyett

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