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Integrity Tree Service

1/20/2017 - Phoenix, AZ

Integrity Tree Service is seeking an experienced tree climber to join our award-winning team.  Candidates must have tree climbing experience and demonstrate safe and approved climbing and pruning skills. Rigging and tree removal experience is preferred.  Advanced training, crew leadership and career opportunities are available.  Starting Pay is $12 to $24/hour DOE plus benefits including: 401 (k), health insurance, paid holidays and paid vacations.

To apply, send a message or completed employment application to  
A printable application is available at

Since 1989, Integrity Tree Service has been providing quality tree care in the greater Phoenix area.

-First TCIA-Accredited Tree Service in Arizona
-Accredited Member of the Better Business Bureau
-Recipient of the BBB Business Ethics Award
-Recipient of the Phoenix Chamber of Commerce Impact Award
-Drug Free Workplace
-Equal Opportunity Employer

For other available employment opportunities, visit our website at

Come work with Integrity!

City of Santa Ana Seeks Tree Trimmer

1/13/2017 - Santa Ana, CA

City of Santa Ana is looking for individuals who are results-oriented, possesses great attitudes, demonstrate creativity and innovation, work efficiently, show a record of success and have a PASSION for public service.  Having the best employee provides the best service to the community.
Under direction and in a safe manner, performs routine duties in the care, surgery, maintenance and removal of city trees and shrubbery to provide a safe environment for the public.

Essential Functions include but are not limited to:  
Participates in the planting, transplanting, felling, trimming, pruning, spraying and removal of trees. Climbs trees, uses an aerial lift, or uses ladders, including a 24-foot extension ladder, to work on trees of various heights. Trims trees for clearance of overhead utility facilities. Trims and digs out protruding tree roots; uses axe and power saws for felling trees or cutting up felled trees; uses chipper. Collects debris and refuse from tree trimming and removal operations into piles, using shovels, rakes or other tools. Clears sites, streets, and grounds of woody and herbaceous materials, such as tree stumps and fallen trees and limbs. Performs brush chipping, root pruning and stump grinding. Uses hooks, ropes, belt and cables; removes dead, broken, misshapen and undesired branches and tops of trees using awls, saws, chisels, mallets, axes and other tools, and lowers portions removed to the ground with ropes; removes overhanging branches and split or broken limbs after storms. Operates boom trucks, loaders, stump chippers, brush chippers, tractors, power saws, trucks, sprayers, and other equipment. Supervises care and maintenance of tools and equipment; cleans, sharpens, lubricates and cares for edged tools and equipment; cares for ropes and safety equipment. Inspects trees to determine if they have disease or pest problems. May spray trees to treat diseased or unhealthy trees, including mixing of chemicals and calibrating equipment. Responds to emergency calls for fallen trees, limbs and storm work, when needed. May provide information to the public regarding trees and tree care. Assists in the maintenance and care of the City's tree nursery. May act as lead worker in directing activities of others engaged in tree trimming work and train lower-level employees. May occasionally be assigned to other duties for training purposes or to meet technological changes or emergencies. Uses a computer to enter and complete information for time records, safety reports, and other basic reports. Requests supplies and materials as needed. Performs other functions as assigned.

For more information regarding the position: Santa Ana-Tree Trimmer.2017.pdf
For more information or to apply for this position please visit:
Closing Date: February 5, 2017
Job# 70-17 TREE TRIMMER 

City of Santa Ana Seeks Tree Maintenance Supervisor

1/13/2017 - Santa Ana, CA

City of Santa Ana is looking for individuals who are results-oriented, possesses great attitudes, demonstrate creativity and innovation, work efficiently, show a record of success and have a PASSION for public service.  Having the best employee provides the best service to the community.

Under direction and in a safe manner, supervises the work of staff involved in the care, surgery, maintenance and removal of City trees and shrubbery, to provide a safe environment for the public. Supervision is the primary responsibility of an employee in this class; however, an incumbent may perform duties related to the care, surgery, maintenance and removal of City trees and shrubbery..

Essential Functions include but are not limited to:
Supervises and may perform duties in relation to, the general care, maintenance, planting, and removal of City trees. Plans, assigns, reviews, trains, and evaluates the work of the staff. Evaluates tree and site conditions and potential solutions for corrections. Recommends the selection of new trees and confers with supervisor regarding their placement. Provides assistance in estimating tree trimming and/or removal costs. Coordinates routine day-to-day operational procedures with outside contractors as well as with staff within the division, from other City departments, and outside agencies. Inspects and monitors all tree maintenance work performed for compliance as directed by City staff and contract specifications. Inspects and monitors contractors for compliance of all safety standards and procedures, traffic control, lane closures and pedestrian safety procedures. Coordinates tree service requests and completion dates, as necessary. Responds to and addresses citizen service requests and complaints. Develops work standards and monitors conformance to all work standards, regulations and contracts. Conducts and administers safety and training programs. Uses a computer to complete records and prepare reports. Manages tree inventory and service requests using management software. Maintains records of all work activity for tree programs. Prepares evaluations for employees. Reviews, recommends, and implements employment decisions regarding activities such as selection, promotion and discipline. Works productively, independently or in a group setting to complete projects, set production standards and develop work policies and procedures. Ensures availability of required resources for program operations as budgeted. Assists in division budget preparation and/or monitoring. Assists in the preparation of bid documents and/or requests for proposal and participates in the selection of contract services. May recommend the purchase of new equipment or devise special equipment to improve efficiency and productivity. May assist with presentations at public hearings and meetings. Drives a city vehicle and performs other functions as assigned.  

For more information regarding the position SANTA ANA-Tree Maintenance Supervisor.pdf
For more information or to apply for this position please visit:
Closing Date: February 12, 2017
Job# 73-17 Tree Maintenance Supervisor

City of Temple CIty Seeks Tree Trimmer

1/10/2017 - Temple City, CA

Tree Trimmer – Part-Time ($20.28 - $25.67 per hour) 
The City of Temple City is currently seeking a part-time Tree Trimmer. Under direct supervision, this individual will utilize standard tree maintenance equipment and methodology, climb, trim, plant, and remove City trees, ensuring adherence to safe work procedures and practices.

Education and Experience: 
A combination of training and experience equivalent to completion of high school and two year's recent experience in the climbing and trimming of trees.
Other Qualifications: Possession of a valid Class C motor vehicle operator's license from the State of California. 

Application as well as a more detailed job description and benefits information can be accessed from the City of Temple City’s website: 

 Deadline:  6:00 p.m., Monday, January 30, 2017

 To Apply: Applications for City of Temple City jobs are accepted through an online process. Visit to begin the application process.  

City of Monterey Seeks Assistant Urban Forester

1/6/2017 - Monterey, CA

The City of Monterey is currently recruiting to fill the Assistant Urban Forester position. The Assistant Urban Forester is a full-time position based in the Parks Division of the Plans and Public Works Department. The successful candidate will play a key role in coordinating the maintenance, code compliance, and beautification of the City's trees and forest greenbelts. Additionally, he/she must be highly self-motivated, work well with others including subordinates, and have the desire to work outdoors. 

Application Process

A limited number of applicants who clearly show that they most closely meet the needs of this position in terms of training, experience, education, and other job-related characteristics will be accepted to participate in the selection process. This process will include evaluation and initial screening of the standard on-line City application to determine which candidates progress to the next phase of the recruitment process. The subsequent selection process may include a written test/written exercise, performance exercise, panel interview, and a final departmental interview. As a condition of employment, the selected candidate may be required to successfully pass a physical exam including a drug screen, a Livescan fingerprint background check, and a reference check. The Human Resources Department reserves the right to make changes to components of the examination process.

Candidates who successfully complete all phases of this recruitment process will be placed on an eligibility list. The eligibility list is active for 12-months and may be used to fill additional positions including lower-level positions determined to have similar duties and requirements.

The Position
Under administrative direction of City Urban Forester, to participate and supervise a City-wide program of care and maintenance of trees on public properties, parks, greenbelts and forested areas of the City; to assist with the implementing of the City's urban forestry plans; to prepare and implement a public relations program to protect and preserve the City's forest resources; and to do related work as required.   Must be available for emergency callout duties after normal working hours and on weekends.

For more information: Asst. Urban Forester Flyer_Final.pdf

Job #16-1503 

735 Pacific Street; Suite B
Monterey, CA 93940
Phone: 831-646-3765
FAX: 831-646-3765 

Presidio Trust seeks Forestry Worker

12/27/2016 - San Francisco, CA

The Presidio Trust is seeking a Forestry Worker. The Presidio of San Francisco was once an Army base; it's now a new kind of national park. The Presidio's richly forested and designed setting is one of the Army's most impressive accomplishments in landscape architecture. No other military installation in the nation has ever undertaken landscape planning on such a grand scale.

Applications received by January 10, 2017 will receive first consideration. This is a full-time position. Minimum salary is $23.12 per hour. We are planning to hold interviews and make a job offer beginning the week of January 10, 2017, and set a work start date shortly thereafter.
 View the full details and application here. 

Houston Arborist seeks Tree Workers

10/27/2016 - California

Looking To Hire-
Professional experienced tree climbers, tree removal expert, arborists, bobcat operators, skid steer operators, bucket truck operators, chippers & trucks, chain saw operators and rope men. 
Full time positions and part time available. Family time is important and if needed time off to visit family each month is not a problem.  Hourly pay depending on experience. Overtime and double time paid. Guaranteed 20 hrs of overtime each week. 6 days a week, all year long. Weekly Pay. We will pay for transportation to California. Living arrangement and lunches paid for!!

Experienced tree climbers $22-30.00 per hr
Bucket Truck Operators - Must have tree removal experience $17-21.00 per hr
Experienced saw men & rope men $15-18.00 per hr
Bobcat/skid steer operators, must have experience with grapple bucket $15-18.00 per hr

 Day Labor employment available also, call for details Live Answer! 

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Cagwin and Dorward seek Tree Care Managers and Trainees

7/28/2016 - Northern California

How would you like to be a part of a company that treats employees with dignity and respect? Cagwin and Dorward is a landscaping contractor that has built a culture around our values, collaboration and teamwork. We are a dynamic company that provides career opportunities combined with learning and growth. If you are looking for a long-term career, Cagwin might be the place for you!
Cagwin & Dorward is a full service landscape provider specializing in landscape maintenance, landscape construction, water management, and tree care for commercial, municipal and residential customers. From 15 local service centers, we serve the greater San Francisco Bay Area from Santa Rosa in the north, to Monterey in the south and east to Sacramento.
We value learning, respect, integrity, commitment, accountability, leadership, honor, courage and results. If you learn quickly, take initiative, are very organized, and have commitment, this may be the right opportunity for you.
Benefit Package includes Health insurance, Paid holidays, Paid vacation, 401(k) plan

We are hiring for multiple tree care positions in several cities. Qualifications you should have include:
- Possess and utilize good interpersonal skills with the ability to effectively communicate with customers, employees and management.
- Must be able to read and write English.
- Must possess a valid California driver's license with a driving record acceptable to the Company's insurance carrier.
- Previous and verifiable experience with a tree care company.

Check out our opportunities below. For all other tree care openings, visit:

1. Tree Care Manager
The Tree Care Manager manages and sells tree care work under the direct supervision of the Tree Care Department Manager.
- 2 year's sales and management experience
- Must be competent in basic computer skills utilizing Microsoft Windows and Office.
- Bachelor's degree in related field or comparable work related experience.
- Hold and maintain Certified Arborist License.
- Livermore:
- Rohnert Park:
- Union City:

2. Tree Care Manager Trainee
The Tree Care Management Training program is designed to prepare candidates for tree care management positions through on-the-job experience of job duties. 
The Tree Care Management Training program lasts between 6-12 months, after which you may be promoted to a Tree Care Manager.
- Successfully pass all company training (certification) requirements of this position and of the direct report personnel.
- Hold and maintain Certified Arborist License.
- Novato:
- Rohnert Park: