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TACP offers a Competitive Salary - Flexible working - 28 days holiday (including bank holidays) with the opportunity to purchase 5 more – gradual increase of 5 additional days holiday with length of service- company pension scheme – Life assurance – payment of your annual professional membership – private medical insurance – support to become a member of your professional body – training packages designed around you.





This opportunity will provide a competitive salary circa £35k - £50k (depending on experience and position applying for), plus company pension and health insurance scheme, professional subscriptions paid, a 28-day holiday allowance (including bank holidays), plus 1 additional day per year up to 5 days, 2 volunteer days/year and the opportunity for career development within an established environmental consultancy including working with Landscape Architects, Ecologists and Environmental Planners.


There are future opportunities for business growth, start-to-finish project experience and responsibilities all within an excellent and supportive working environment.

You would receive a bespoke training plan, mentoring and support with a view to further your career development. Flexible working is welcome with a balance of office, site and home working considered.


Specifically, the successful applicants will have the following key responsibilities:

  • Undertaking surveys to relevant British Standards including BS5837;2012, recommending necessary tree management, and preparing reports to best practice guidance including LANTRA Professional Tree inspections, Arboricultural Method Statements and Arboricultural Impact Assessments.

  • Providing support to the environmental co-ordination and clerk of works teams.

  • Complete site meetings and inspections with clients, contractors/third parties and stakeholders.

  • Develop and help support in house arboricultural and environmental clerk of works development both for team members and business development.


The successful applicant will:

  • A Professional Member of the Arboricultural Association, with a minimum RQF Level 4 qualification in arboriculture

  • Demonstrate previous relevant experience in arboriculture.

  • Have a high standard of tree and plant identification, knowledge and tree risk management.

  • Be a strong communicator with excellent customer service skills.

  • Adhere to and understand the importance of health & safety and risk assessment.

  • Understanding of protected trees legislation,

  • Confident in carrying out tree surveys and report writing

  • Proficient in preparing survey plans in AutoCAD, GIS or tree-related software;

  • Have a full UK driving licence and willingness to travel

  • An ability to work independently and as part of an interdisciplinary environmental team


The Principal Arboricultural role will also be required to;

  • Lead business development in the arboricultural sector.

How to Apply


Please email your CV with covering letter to

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