Your new company
My client are professional, expert advisors on all matters relating to trees, woodland and the natural environment. From environmental planning to garden design and delivery, they offer a unique end-to-end service and expertise of the highest quality within one cohesive team, providing clients with continuity and reassurance.
They offer; woodland, garden design & planning consultancy from their team of highly qualified Arboriculturists, Ecologists, Foresters, Garden Designers, Landscape Architects, Soil Specialists and Contractors. Their in-house operational teams make project delivery much easier and more rewarding.
Your new role
You will work closely with a multidisciplinary team of ecologists, landscape architects, foresters, GIS consultants, and operational staff to ensure that our clients receive high-quality arboricultural advice and support.
- Provide technical expertise in arboriculture to support our clients\' projects.
- Conduct tree surveys and assessments, including tree condition surveys, tree hazard assessments, and tree risk assessments.
- Prepare and review arboricultural reports, management plans, and other technical documents to support planning applications and project delivery.
- Provide advice and guidance on tree protection and planting, including the design and implementation of tree preservation plans.
- Work closely with our multidisciplinary team to ensure that arboricultural issues are identified and resolved in a timely and cost-effective manner.
- Liaise with clients, contractors, and regulatory bodies to ensure that arboricultural requirements are met.
- Mentor and provide guidance to junior staff, including technical training and professional development.
- Contribute to business development and marketing activities to grow our arboricultural services.
What you\'ll need to succeed
- Proven experience in arboricultural consultancy roles, preferably in the residential or land development sectors.
- A degree in arboriculture, forestry, or a related field.
- Experience in conducting tree surveys and assessments, including tree condition surveys, tree hazard assessments, and tree risk assessments.
- Knowledge of arboricultural legislation, regulations, and policies.
- Excellent communication and interpersonal skills.
- Strong organizational and time management skills.
- Ability to work independently and as part of a multidisciplinary team.
- Commitment to continuous learning and professional development.
What you\'ll get in return
- A competitive salary, discretionary annual bonus and pension scheme.
- 29 days holiday, including bank holidays (based on a 40 hour week), rising to 34 days, including bank holidays, after 2 years' service.
- Death in service scheme.
- Time off in Lieu scheme to recognise a healthy work-life balance.
- Travel expenses and breakdown cover, plus access to pool cars and vans.
- CPD and training opportunities.
- Membership fees and subscriptions to relevant professional bodies covered by the company.
- Discount to various places on site in Oxford [restaurants, plant shops etc.]
- Annual company social events for staff and their families.
- Access to 4 holiday homes at a reduced price, including those in Pembrokeshire, North Scotland, and Brittany (France).
What you need to do now
If you\'re interested in this role, click \'apply now\' to forward an up-to-date copy of your CV, or call us now.
If this job isn\'t quite right for you but you are looking for a new position, please contact us for a confidential discussion on your career.