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Become An Arborist

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Working As An Arborist

  • Handling and Moving Objects
  • Controlling Machines and Processes
  • Establishing and Maintaining Interpersonal Relationships
  • Performing General Physical Activities
  • Getting Information
  • Outdoors/walking/standing

  • Unpleasant/Hazardous Environment

  • $22,373

    Average Salary

What Does An Arborist Do At Barrett Tree Service East Inc.

* Maintaining existing accounts and developing relationships with new clients within an established territory Providing sound arboricultural recommendations Defining project scope Selling tree care services Scheduling work and collecting payment Preferred candidate shall possess: ISA/MCA certification MA applicator license & CDL or be able to obtain within 120 days of hire.
* Valid driver's license Ability to pass a pre-employment drug screen is expected.
* Compensation package includes: Base salary with financial incentives plus health insurance 2% matching SIMPLE IRA Vacation & holiday pay Clothing allowance and continuing education credits.
* Our desire is for you to be earning $100K+ within 3
* years of hire, with unlimited opportunity to advance within the company.
* Please email a cover letter and your resume to jobs@barretttreeeast.com or call (617) 616
* We look forward to talking with you! www
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* Category: Sales, Keywords: Sales

What Does An Arborist Do At Vanderbilt University

* Vanderbilt University seeks an Arborist Journeyman to perform the duties and responsibilities required of an arborist and a general landscape gardener.
* Key Functions and Responsibilities:
* Cut away dead and excess branches from trees, using handsaws, pruning hooks, sheers and clippers
* Climb trees, using climbing rope, hooks and belts, or climbs ladders to gain access to work area
* Prune, cut down, fertilize, and spray trees as directed
* Scrape decayed matter from cavities in trees and fill holes to promote healing and to prevent further deterioration
* Perform general maintenance such as feeding chipper, raking leaves/limbs, sweeping debris, driving chipper truck and small tractor, picking up trash, planting flowers
* Prune shrubs and hedges as required
* Perform other related tasks as required

What Does An Arborist Do At Harvard University

* The Arnold Arboretum of Harvard University seeks a skilled arboriculture professional, passionate about the care of botanical collections, to fill the role of Arboretum Arborist.
* The successful candidate will join the Arboretum’s Horticulture Department in the stewardship of one of the finest and most significant woody plant collections in North America.
* The successful individual will work alongside fellow members of the Arborist Team as they rotate through the collections evaluating plant health and assessing and executing the unique pruning needs of each specimen.
* This team also performs large-scale plant removals, hazard tree assessments and implementation of corrective measures, IPM practices, and other tasks as needed as part of the full horticultural operation.
* In addition, horticulture staff members support the Arboretum’s longstanding internship training programs through development and instruction of courses, hands-on training, and mentorship.
* The successful candidate is expected to engage fully in the professional activities of the Arboretum and work collaboratively with colleagues on institutional efforts.
* Hourly wage: $34
* Benefits Eligible Position

What Does An Arborist Do At Monster Tree Service

* Build and implement a Territory Sales Plan for his/her Territory in conjunction with Franchise Owner
* Diagnose and provide on-site estimates, review scope of work with the customer.
* Actively pursue the customer commitment to scheduling the work
* Review neighboring properties for work opportunities.
* Maintain communication with the Office Manager regarding estimates scheduled, completed and work that has been sold.
* Sales Arborist will be responsible for setting up the production crew each morning and monitoring their work
* Utilize sales process tools, software and other technologies to streamline the process for the customer.
* Attend home shows, community events and other opportunities to demonstrate Monster Tree Service capabilities.
* Maintain arborist certification through continuing education credits

What Does An Arborist Do At Monster Tree Service

* Responsible for climbing, pruning and removing trees on residential and commercial properties.
* Use of Aerial Lifts Properly prepare, maintain and safely operate all tools and equipment including hand tools, chainsaws, chippers, and aerial lifts.
* Operates as part of a crew supporting the Crew Foreman

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How To Become An Arborist

Most grounds maintenance workers need no formal education and are trained on the job. Most states require licensing for workers who apply pesticides and fertilizers.

Education

Although most grounds maintenance jobs have no education requirements, some employers may require formal education or certification in areas such as landscape design, horticulture, or arboriculture.

Licenses, Certifications, and Registrations

Most states require workers who apply pesticides and fertilizers to be licensed. Obtaining a license usually involves passing a test on the proper use and disposal of insecticides, herbicides, and fungicides.

The National Association of Landscape Professionals offers seven certifications in landscaping and grounds maintenance for workers at various experience levels.

The Tree Care Industry Association offers certification for tree care safety professionals.

The International Society of Arboriculture offers six certifications for workers at various experience levels.

The Professional Grounds Management Society offers certification for workers at various experience levels.

Training

A short period of on-the-job training is usually enough to teach new hires the skills they need, which often include how to plant and maintain areas and how to use mowers, trimmers, leaf blowers, small tractors, and other equipment. Large institutional employers such as golf courses, university campuses, or municipalities may supplement on-the-job training with coursework in horticulture or small-engine repair.

Advancement

Grounds maintenance workers who have good communication skills may become crew leaders or advance into other supervisory positions. Becoming a manager or a landscape contractor may require some formal education and several years of related work experience. Some workers use their experience to start their own landscaping companies.

Important Qualities

Physical stamina. Grounds maintenance workers must be capable of doing physically strenuous labor for long hours, occasionally in extreme heat or cold.

Self-motivated. Because they often work with little supervision, grounds maintenance workers must be able to do their job independently.

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Arborist Demographics

Gender

  • Male

    91.0%
  • Female

    8.4%
  • Unknown

    0.5%

Ethnicity

  • White

    84.4%
  • Hispanic or Latino

    7.8%
  • Asian

    6.2%
  • Unknown

    1.1%
  • Black or African American

    0.4%
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Languages Spoken

  • Spanish

    72.7%
  • Dakota

    9.1%
  • Italian

    9.1%
  • French

    9.1%
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Top Skills for An Arborist

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Top Arborist Skills

  1. Tree Removal
  2. Safety Meetings
  3. Bucket Truck
You can check out examples of real life uses of top skills on resumes here:
  • Land clearing, pruning and tree removal Construction Worker and Equipment Operator
  • Operate bucket truck and wood chipper.
  • Provided urban tree care on a commercial and residential level which included tree pruning, removal, and seasonal fertilizer/pesticide applications.
  • Grind stumps, operate bucket trucks, cranes, tractors, forklifts and back hoes.
  • Plant, climb, and prune trees.

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