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Forestry Ii/arborist, Brantford, The City Of Brantford

Published 2022-06-25
Expires 2022-07-25
ID #1060755806
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Forestry Ii/arborist, Brantford, The City Of Brantford
Canada, Ontario, Brantford,
Published June 25, 2022

Job details:

Job type: Full time
Contract type: Permanent
Salary type: Monthly
Occupation: Forestry ii/arborist


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Reporting to the Supervisor of Forestry and Horticulture, the Forestry II/Arborist position is responsible for performing all tasks associated with the care and maintenance of municipally-owned street trees, trees along trails, within parks, cemeteries, open spaces and laneways. Responsibilities include: removals, pruning and felling trees; aerial inspections; the care and installation of mechanical tree support systems; tree planting and after care as well as stump grinding. Technical rigging and proficiency tying knots and hitches is required. The Forestry II/Arborist position will also operate aerial devices, brush chippers, stump grinders and other forestry-related equipment in a safe and efficient manner. Regular hours of work are eight (8) hour shifts from 7:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. scheduled in advance, however hours and shifts may include evenings, weekends and holidays. At times unscheduled hours may also be necessary as this position is required to respond to emergency situations caused by wind storms, ice storms or other event(s). Please note that overtime and on call response (on a regular rotation) is a requirement of the position.
Other duties include:

Review work orders generated by Lead Hand, Forestry Technicians, Forestry Coordinator and/or Supervisor of Forestry and Horticulture
Provide excellent external and internal customer service as it relates to this position
Ensure safety, structural development and health of trees by utilizing hand, power, hydraulic tools and aerial devices
Provide proper clearances above roads, sidewalks, traffic signs, streetlights, buildings and other trees
Traffic control set up according to MTO Book 7
Process and chip trees, brush and material as required
Inspect and assess equipment as per City procedures
Complete work site safety tailboards, participate in job site safety briefings and implement work zone safety procedures
Prepare job site and assess trees on site before commencing work
Attend to storm-damaged trees
Assist in other operations as may be required by Parks Services 
 


Qualifications


Graduation from a minimum two (2) year community college in a recognized Arboriculture/Urban Forestry program from Fleming, Humber or Algonquin College or equivalent post-secondary education OR Ontario Ministry of Training, Colleges and Universities (MTCU) certification as an Arborist or Utility Arborist
Minimum three (3) years current work experience in an urban forestry environment completing tree maintenance, pruning and removals aloft and from the ground. A minimum of one (1) of these years includes the demonstrated proficient use of approved manual climbing (open system rope access) techniques and safety equipment
DZ Ontario driver's license in good standing
Certified Arborist or a certified tree worker from the International Society of Arboriculture in combination with a I.H.S.A. Utility Line Clearing Technician Utility Arborist course (or EUSA equivalent)
Aerial Bucket Rescue and Fall Arrest training
Working at Heights training
Aerial Tree Rescue training
Professional Chainsaw safety and cutting techniques certificate
Proficiency utilizing computer applications including tree management software, Arc GIS/ Collector, Microsoft office suite
Excellent customer service and communication skills
Ability to work constructively both in a team environment and independently with minimal supervision
Physically fit and able to complete labour intensive work, including heavy lifting
Successful applicants must obtain a current First Aid and CPR Level C certification prior to commencing employment
As a condition of employment, candidates must submit a current Police Clearance Certificate (dated within the last three months)
 

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    The City Of Brantford
    Registered on October 7, 2017

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