Arborist - Class 3

  • Strathmore Landscape Management
  • Montreal, QC, Canada
  • Apr 22, 2020
Full time Boom truck operator Climber Grounds person

Job Description

STRATHMORE LANDSCAPE is a leader in the area of commercial landscape maintenance. With over 55 years in business, we are a company that is constantly striving for improvement and seeking out ways to make ourselves better. We are strongly committed to building long-term relationships with our clients by adding value to every service we provide. To achieve this, we deliver tailored integrated services using well-established practices by maintaining strong ties with our suppliers through being honest and loyal; and, developing the potential of our employees through unique training and education. We always strive for excellence and are a leader in Montreal in environmentally friendly landscape practices because we believe in taking care of the environment in a sustainable way so that the next generation can also benefit from it!

Anticipated Start Date: Monday, May 4, 2020

Pay Rate: $18.00 to $25.00 (depending on experience)

Schedule: Monday to Friday

All Strathmore team members are responsible for one or a combination of the tasks listed below. We firmly believe that people perform best when working in areas they are passionate about.

Daily Tasks

  • Cut dead branches and prune healthy branches of young and adult trees – clear overhead networks;
  • Perform tree hauling;
  • Remove stumps from land following tree felling;
  • Fertilize trees;
  • Examine trees and determine the treatment to be applied in case of illness;
  • Transport and use heavy equipment and tools;
  • Adhere to the policies and procedures of Strathmore Landscape Contractors while respecting safety rules;
  • Maintain a courteous and respectful attitude with clients and teammates.

Requirements

  • Must have DEP in Arboriculture and ISA Certificate;
  • At least 1 or 2 years of experience in the field;
  • Class 3 license;
  • Ability to handle physical demands: walking, sitting, climbing, kneeling, repetitive motion, bending at the knee, bending at the hip, lifting, carrying, pushing and pulling up to 27 kg;
  • Ability to understand verbal instructions and act upon them, read labels, keep simple records and communicate verbal reports;
  • Practical understanding of how to use forestry equipment;
  • Be able to work well independently as well as in a team with little supervision;
  • Have a valid driver’s license and a clean driving record.