Arboricultural Consultant - Peritus Green
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The main role for the successful applicant will be to undertake British Standard 5837:2005 compliant surveys, produce associated written reports including arboricultural implication assessments/method statements and provide arboricultural advice both internally and to clients on development related projects. In fulfilment of this role the successful candidate will have good report-writing skills and be able to work both independently as well as part of a team. The ability to communicate both in written and verbal form at a technical level with colleagues and wider project teams is essential.
Applicants should have a demonstrable and thorough working knowledge of British Standard 5837:2005 and be competent in tree identification, inspection and stipulation of management recommendations. Applicants should hold the equivalent to an FdSc or higher in Arboriculture and be a member of the ICF or AA with aspirations to becoming chartered. For further information on this role or to submit a CV please contact the Environmental Team on environmental@ orquoting the reference number ENV173.