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* 1. Please match what you consider to be a suitable salary for an entry level arborist. 


An entry level Arborist would have ahe ability to undertake routine tasks under direction or guidance.

Examples of career within industry would be:

Assistant arborist /Assistant ground person

Example of qualifications would be:

C&G Level 1 Certificate in land based studies

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* 2. Please match what you think to be a suitable salary for a craft level Arborist

A craft level Arborist would have the ability to undertake varied tasks, some of which may be non-routine and complex, under direction or guidance.

Examples of career within industry would be:

Climber / Self-employed contractor / Ground person / Chainsaw operator / Utility arborist

Example of qualifications would be:

C&G Level 2 Certificate in Forestry & Arboriculture

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* 3. Please match what you think is a suitable salary for advanced craft level Arborist

An advanced craft level Arborist would typically have the ability to undertake varied tasks, some of which may be complex and involve rigging of a complex nature and be able to work un-supervised.

Examples of career within industry would be:

Lead climber / self –employed subcontractor  

Example of qualifications would be:

BTEC or C&G Level 3 Diploma in Forestry & Arboriculture

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* 4. Please match what you think is a suitable salary for an employee at supervisory level.

An employee working at supervisory level would have the ability to undertake a range of non-routine and complex tasks, with responsibility for others, by exercising autonomy within certain boundaries.

Examples of career within industry would be:

Supervisor of a tree-gang /Assistant tree officer / College technician/instructor / Tree surveyor

Utility arb surveyor

Example of qualifications would be:

BTEC or C&G Level 3 Diploma in Forestry & Arboriculture

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* 5. Please match what you think is a suitable salary for an management and /or planning level

An employee at management / planning level would have the ability to undertake a broad range of non-routine and complex tasks with responsibility for planning work activities involving management and allocation of a broad range of resources.

Examples of career within industry would be:

Owner/manager of a tree work company / Arboricultural contracts manager Tree officer / College lecturer / Arboriculture/woodland consultant.

Example of qualifications would be:

FdFc Arboriculture / BSc Arboriculture



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