Search 888 green jobs

Finding your dream job
just got easier!

 

Find Top Candidates

Post a Job Today

Latest Jobs

Davey Resource Group, Inc. Tomball, TX, USA
Aug 17, 2019
    POSITION: Landscape Technician/Laborer — Commercial Landscape Management Starting Date: Applications accepted until suitable candidate is selected.  Commercial Landscape Management, a division of The Davey Tree Expert Company, has immediate openings in the field of landscape and grounds maintenance, as Landscape Technicians.   DUTIES Trimming of planting beds, trees and shrubbery as needed Apply fertilizers and other functions related to seasonal planting needs Provide job site cleanup as part of daily activities Operates as part of a crew with supporting Groundman and Crew Foreman   QUALIFICATIONS High school diploma or equivalent preferred Valid Driver’s License is perfered. Class B, CDL valuable, but not required Minimum one-year experience in landscaping and/or grounds maintenance preferred Experience as a crew member in landscape installations Bi-Lingual –Spanish, very valuable, but not required.   ADDITIONAL INFORMATION: Compensation based on qualifications and experience. Generous performance incentive plan. Davey offers excellent benefits, the opportunity to buy Davey stock after 1 year, and industry related training and special Davey training courses.    Pre-employment Drug Screen and Social Security verification required. The Davey Tree Expert Company and CLS are an Equal Opportunity Employer. Davey is Employee Owned. Military Veterans are encouraged to apply. Visit Davey Website: WWW.DAVEY.COM Job Opportunities & Company Profile Information     The Davey Tree Expert Company has U.S. and Canadian operations in more than 47 states and five provinces and provides a variety of tree care, grounds maintenance and consulting services for the residential, utility, commercial, and government markets. Founded in 1880, Davey has been employee-owned for 35 years and has more than 8,000 employees who provide Proven Solutions for a Growing World. For more information, visit www.davey.com If you need any assistance at any time please contact us at 1-800-445-8733 ext. 1108 or at ed.help@davey.com .   Requisition Number: 40646    Company Name: The Davey Tree Expert Company   Service Line: 1COM - Kent-Commercial Landscape Services   Employment Type: Regular   Job Type: Full Time   Education Level Required: High School Diploma / GED   Work Experience Required: Less than 1 year   Travel Expectations: Up to 25%  
Fundacion Para La Tierra Pilar, Paraguay, South America
Aug 16, 2019
Internship- Unpaid
Where the great Paraguay River meets the even larger Parana river, the water rebounds and overflows the banks.  The amazing delta system spreads for miles as two rivers converge and the water carves a giant network of underground tunnels, large sandy lakes, and slow flowing streams spread across the country side. The name of this area is the Ñeembucú Wetland Complex. Located in Southwestern Paraguay, this area has been heavily understudied. Home to squirmy eels, tiny minnows, hundreds of cichlids, and giant stingrays, this mosaic habitat is certainly hiding new species for science. Para La Tierra is searching for talented and hardworking research interns to join our team in Paraguay for 3 to 6 months. Our internship program provides young biologists an opportunity to step out of the classroom and into the field, gaining hands-on experience running a research project of their own design. Before arriving, our interns are challenged to come up with a research topic, review the relevant literature, and create a methodology with the support of our intern-supervisor. Towards the end of the stay, all our interns give a final presentation in which they share the results of their study with the rest of the research team. The internship program is designed to give young scientists the opportunity to take control of every step of a scientific project. From conception to completion, our interns are in the driver seat. When was the last time that your professor gave you the option to choose what you wanted to study? When was the last time your boss told you to follow your own passion? At Para La Tierra, we specialize in training young biologists in the skills they need to enter further education or the job market. Based in Paraguay, the ‘heart of South America,’ we are the country’s only year-round research station. Over the past 9 years, we have published over 60 peer-reviewed articles and discovered a few new species for science. Along the way, over 250 interns have helped contribute to the better understanding of Paraguay’s understudied habitats. Our ichthyology team is focusing on establishing a bio-geographical inventory of species to define just how much the species communities vary by micro-habitat. By comparing the community structure found in the different areas of the delta system we hope to find areas of interest to evolutionary biology. This confluence is a meeting place of many species and the network of temporary floodplains often leads to extended isolation events. Whether you’ve a proven interest in ichthyology or just beginning your career as a conservation biologist, this internship gives you the opportunity to design your own project and execute a methodology of your own design. Our research base is located in the city of Pilar, a beautiful location in the south of Paraguay, and the gateway to the Ñeembucú Wetland Complex (NWC). The NWC is composed of a mosaic of habitats, including grasslands, marches and humid Chaco. Deep forests lining the rivers and streams running through the area are bursting with wildlife, while river monsters the size of small cars lurk in the murky waters. Come discover for yourself what Paraguay has to offer. Our interns finish the program taking away a long list of newly learned skills, a professional reference, and one heck of an experience to share at their next interview. But they also leave behind a great deal. All of our intern projects are directly involved in conserving this threatened habitat. The scientific investigations of the area help raise awareness of the ecological importance of Ñeembucu at both the national and international levels. The most successful projects are published in scientific journals, further raising the profile of Paraguay, and many interns make their way onto the author line for the first time in their early careers through their work with Para La Tierra.     The application period is rolling and there are no start or end dates, so the trip can be organized to suit the project and the person. Interns must be available to stay for a minimum of three months. Applicants must be over 18 years old and have or be working towards a degree in a biology related subject. Conversational English is required. To apply please email your CV to  paralatierra.py@gmail.com . Costs – Because the best things in life aren’t free.  $925 per month for the 1st 2 months and $875 for each subsequent month.   Para La Tierra charges interns to cover costs of room and board. The price includes all living costs during their stay with us. Interns receive three meals a day, a bed in shared accommodation with hot showers and access to WiFi. The fee also covers the use of PLT’s scientific equipment, minor administrative costs associated with the stay, and a small contribution to Para La Tierra's conservation and education projects.   Weekly basis pro rata payments are accepted in special cases. There is a 25% discount for South American nationals. 
Fundacion Para La Tierra Pilar, Paraguay, South America
Aug 16, 2019
Internship- Unpaid
Para La Tierra is searching for talented and hardworking research interns to join our team in Paraguay for 3 to 6 months. Our internship program provides young biologists an opportunity to step out of the classroom and into the field, gaining hands-on experience running a research project of their own design. Based in the center of the Ñeembucú Wetland System, Para La Tierra’s research team has been investigating the behavior, ecology, and social structure of the Black-&-Gold Howler monkey. Our research station offers an incredible opportunity to study these highly adaptable arboreal primates in a variety of different habitats, from riparian forests to the city parks. As tropical forests continue to disappear, it is increasingly important to understand how wild animals can survive alongside human populations. Para La Tierra is interested in understanding how the primates are affected by the urban environment of the city of Pilar, how their behavior varies from that of the groups located outside the city, and what can be done to better protect the wild animals from the negative effects of the near constant human-wildlife interaction.   Primate Behaviour Research Interns are challenged to further our collective understanding of the Howler monkeys found in Ñeembucú. With the help of our expert on-site primatologist, each intern creates their own methodology, collects independent data, analyses their results, and presents their findings. The focus of the study will be completely defined by the intern’s own interests. Previous interns have studied: Parasitology, Human-Wildlife Interactions, Acoustic Behaviour, Social Structure, and much more.   When was the last time that your professor gave you the option to choose what you wanted to study? When was the last time your boss told you to follow your own passion?    At Para La Tierra, we specialize in training young biologists in the skills they need to enter further education or the job market. Based in Paraguay, the ‘heart of South America,’ we are the country’s only year-round research station. Over the past 9 years, we have published over 60 peer-reviewed articles and discovered a few new species for science. Along the way, over 250 interns have helped contribute to the better understanding of Paraguay’s understudied habitats.   Our research base is located in the city of Pilar, a beautiful location in the south of Paraguay, and the gateway to the Ñeembucú Wetland Complex (NWC). The NWC is composed of a mosaic of habitats, including grasslands, marshes and humid Chaco. Deep forests lining the rivers and streams are bursting with wildlife, while river monsters the size of small cars lurk in the murky waters.   Come discover for yourself what Paraguay has to offer.   Our interns finish the program taking away a long list of newly learned skills, a professional reference, and one heck of an experience to share at their next interview. But they also leave behind a great deal. All of our intern projects are directly involved in promoting the conservation of this threatened habitat. The scientific investigations of the area help raise awareness of the ecological importance of Ñeembucu at both the national and international levels. The most successful projects are published in scientific journals, further raising the profile of Paraguay, and many interns make their way onto the author line for the first time in their early careers through their work with Para La Tierra.    Para La Tierra is a not-for-profit conservation organization that protects habitats and species in Paraguay through scientific research, community outreach and environmental education.       The application period is rolling and there are no start or end dates, so the trip can be organized to suit the project and the person. Interns must be available to stay for a minimum of three months. Applicants must be over 18 years old and have or be working towards a degree in a biology related subject. Conversational English is required. To apply please email your CV to   paralatierra.py@gmail.com . Costs – Because the best things in life aren’t free.   $925 per month for the 1st 2 months and $875 for each subsequent month.   Para La Tierra charges interns to cover costs of room and board. The price includes all living costs during their stay with us. Interns receive three meals a day, a bed in shared accommodation with hot showers and access to WiFi. The fee also covers the use of PLT’s scientific equipment, minor administrative costs associated with the stay, and a small contribution to Para La Tierra's conservation and education projects.    Weekly basis pro rata payments are accepted in special cases. There is a 25% discount for South American nationals.      
Fundacion Para La Tierra Pilar, Paraguay
Aug 16, 2019
Internship- Unpaid
Para La Tierra is searching for talented and hardworking research interns to join our team in Paraguay for 3 to 6 months. Our internship program provides young biologists an opportunity to step out of the classroom and into the field, gaining hands-on experience running a research project of their own design. Before arriving, our interns are challenged to come up with a research topic, review the relevant literature, and create a methodology with the support of our intern-supervisor. Once in-country, interns are trained in the field techniques required for their project. Whether its mist-netting for birds in the early hours of the morning, fishing at mid-day or staying out late hunting for frogs, PLT will make sure that our interns are confident in the methodology needed to move their research forward. Towards the end of the stay, all our interns give a final presentation in which they share the results of their study with the rest of the research team. The internship program is designed to give young scientists the opportunity to take control of every step of a scientific project. From conception to completion, our interns are in the driver seat.    When was the last time that your professor gave you the option to choose what you wanted to study? When was the last time your boss told you to follow your own passion?    At Para La Tierra, we specialize in training young biologists in the skills they need to enter further education or the job market. Based in Paraguay, the ‘heart of South America,’ we are the country’s only year-round research station. Over the past 9 years, we have published over 60 peer-reviewed articles and discovered a few new species for science. Along the way, over 250 interns have helped contribute to the better understanding of Paraguay’s understudied habitats.   Our research base is located in the city of Pilar, a beautiful location in the south of Paraguay, and the gateway to the Ñeembucú Wetland Complex (NWC). The NWC is composed of a mosaic of habitats, including grasslands, marches and humid Chaco. Deep forests lining the rivers and streams running through the area are bursting with wildlife, while river monsters the size of small cars lurk in the murky waters.   Come discover for yourself what Paraguay has to offer.   Our interns finish the program taking away a long list of newly learned skills, a professional reference, and one heck of an experience to share at their next interview. But they also leave behind a great deal. All of our intern projects are directly involved in conserving this threatened habitat. The scientific investigations of the area help raise awareness of the ecological importance of Ñeembucu at both the national and international levels. The most successful projects are published in scientific journals, further raising the profile of Paraguay, and many interns make their way onto the author line for the first time in their early careers through their work with Para La Tierra.        The application period is rolling and there are no start or end dates, so the trip can be organized to suit the project and the person. Interns must be available to stay for a minimum of three months. Applicants must be over 18 years old and have or be working towards a degree in a biology related subject. Conversational English is required. To apply please email your CV to   paralatierra.py@gmail.com . Costs – Because the best things in life aren’t free.   $925 per month for the 1st 2 months and $875 for each subsequent month.   Para La Tierra charges interns to cover costs of room and board. The price includes all living costs during their stay with us. Interns receive three meals a day, a bed in shared accommodation with hot showers and access to WiFi. The fee also covers the use of PLT’s scientific equipment, minor administrative costs associated with the stay, and a small contribution to Para La Tierra's conservation and education projects.    Weekly basis pro rata payments are accepted in special cases. There is a 25% discount for South American nationals.  
Davey Resource Group, Inc. Los Gatos, CA, USA
Aug 16, 2019
      Tree Care Groundsperson | Groundman Davey Surgery, a division of The Davey Tree Expert Company, is pleased to offer a key opportunity as a tree care groundsperson (groundman) in the field of utility line clearance. This position reports to Los Gatos every morning with work site locations throughout Santa Clara County.   What We Offer: Progressive advancement in job classification and wage  Qualified Line Clearance training and certification program   Benefits through IBEW 1245 including health insurance and pension  Opportunity to travel   Opportunity for overtime work   What You'll Do: Provides support for the other crew members by controlling lowering ropes, limbs and persons from aloft Supplying tools for tree workers Controlling road and sidewalk traffic as needed by use of warning devices and other methods Cutting, chipping and loading brush and wood and proper job site cleanup   What We're Seeking: Love of the outdoors   Preferred: line clearance experience or other related work  Ability to complete the Davey Tree Trimmer Orientation Program upon hire   Ability to complete the Davey Tree First Aid, CPR and defensive driving course upon hire     Preferred: Valid driver’s license with Class A or B with Airbrake Endorsement   Preferred: Relevant pesticide and related licenses and certificates, if required by state law   Preferred: ISA Certified Arborist ®, ISA Certified Tree Worker ®, and/or TCIA Certified Tree Care Safety Professional ®    We are proud to be an Equal Employment Opportunity and Affirmative Action employer.  As a service provider, our success depends upon our ability to attract and retain qualified personnel, regardless of their age, race, color, religion, gender, national origin, disability, sexual orientation, gender identity, military or veteran status, or other protected characteristics as established by federal, state or local law.    The Davey Tree Surgery Company is a subsidiary of The Davey Tree Expert Company and provides a full range of utility tree care services and is based in Livermore, Calif.  Davey Tree has U.S. and Canadian operations in more than 47 states and five provinces and provides a variety of tree care, grounds maintenance and consulting services for the residential, utility, commercial, and government markets. Founded in 1880, Davey has been employee-owned for 35 years and has more than 8,000 employees who provide Proven Solutions for a Growing World. For more information, visit www.davey.com   If you need any assistance at any time please contact us at 1-800-445-8733 ext. 1108 or at ed.help@davey.com .
Davey Resource Group, Inc. Sacramento, CA, USA
Aug 16, 2019
POSITION: Arborist Sales Representative, Davey Tree Residential Division |Sacramento, CA Starting Date: Applications accepted until suitable candidate is selected.   SUMMARY: We are seeking career minded, green industry professionals to act as a consultative Sales Professional for an assigned territory.  The ideal candidate will possess at least 3 to 4 years of proven success in selling and managing residential and commercial services, and has a working knowledge of tree care practices. They will have a passion for quality work with excellent organizational abilities and strong attention to detail. Must work well under pressure and be able to manage several priorities in a day; must be adaptable, creative and self-motivated.   The position involves selling and providing expert tree care services and inspections to customer properties. Responsible for insuring the safe completion of pruning, removing trees, as well as plant health care, soil care and all other aspects of Arboriculture on residential and commercial properties. Landscaping experts or Landscape Account Managers are encouraged to apply.     BENEFITS / WE OFFER: Base salary, plus commission (sales based) Company vehicle, phone and computer provided Housing Assistance / Sign On Bonus may be available for qualified candidate Comprehensive health, dental and vision insurance Paid vacation and holidays, 401K with company matching and company stock purchase options Industry recognized Professional Development through The Davey Institute     KEY FOCUSES: Sells arboricultural services; Provides sound arboricultural recommendations to residential or commercial customers Responds to client inquires and selling and marketing the organization Maintains existing accounts and develops relationships with new clients within an established territory Must be knowledgeable and experienced with tree care, hazard tree evaluation, integrated pest management and industry approved tree care practices Estimates time/cost for crews to perform tree removal, pruning, cabling and generates written proposals using proprietary software. Schedules work, dispatches and directs crews to complete proposed projects Assists the District Manager in the direction of the operation   QUALIFICATIONS Arborist/horticulturist with preferably 3-5 years of experience in arboriculture Preferred: Two or Four-year degree in a green industry ISA Certified Arborist Tree, plant, and horticultural knowledge relevant to California Expertise in leadership, crew management, training, equipment maintenance Prioritizes safe working procedures and familiar with ANSI and OSHA tree industry regulations Excellent sales and communication skills and customer service follow-through Good people skills; self-motivated; computer proficient and organized Valid driver’s license a must.  CDL & bi-lingual (English / Spanish) highly valuable   ADDITIONAL INFORMATION Compensation based on qualifications and experience. Davey offers excellent benefits, the opportunity to buy Davey stock after 1 year, and industry related training and special Davey training courses. Pre-employment Drug Screen and Social Security verification required. The Davey Tree Expert Company and CLS are an Equal Opportunity Employer. Davey is Employee Owned. Military Veterans are encouraged to apply. Visit Davey Website: WWW.DAVEY.COM Job Opportunities & Company Profile Information   You may confidentially submit your resume for consideration by emailing   michelle.cardenas-campos@davey.com     The Davey Tree Legacy Since 1880, our clients have trusted us to care for their most precious natural assets. Our history is rooted in preserving and caring for trees, but our evolution has grown to include whole natural environments. Davey is one of only a handful of companies in the world that can claim this rich, century-plus heritage and a record of continuous growth, even during tough economic times     If you need any assistance at any time please contact us at 1-800-445-8733 ext. 1108 or at ed.help@davey.com   The Davey Tree Expert Company has U.S. and Canadian operations in more than 47 states and five provinces and provides a variety of tree care, grounds maintenance and consulting services for the residential, utility, commercial, and government markets. Founded in 1880, Davey has been employee-owned for 35 years and has more than 8,000 employees who provide Proven Solutions for a Growing World. For more information, visit www.davey.com   Requisition Number: 40638    Company Name: The Davey Tree Expert Company   Service Line: 1RES - Kent-Residential & Commercial Services   Employment Type: Regular   Job Type: Full Time   Education Level Required: Associates   Work Experience Required: 3 - 5 years   Travel Expectations: Up to 25%  
Davey Resource Group, Inc. Los Gatos, CA, USA
Aug 16, 2019
Requisition Number: 40637   Company Name: The Davey Tree Surgery Company   Service Line: 2UTL - Surgery Utility   Employment Type: Regular   Job Type: Full Time  Education Level Required: High School Diploma / GED  Work Experience Required: Less than 1 year  Relocation Available: [[relocation]]   Travel Expectations: Up to 25%      Apprentice Climber | Climbing Arborist Trainee Davey Surgery, a division of The Davey Tree Expert Company, is pleased to offer a key opportunity as an apprentice climber (climbing arborist trainee) in the field of utility line clearance. This position reports to Los Gatos every morning with work site locations throughout Santa Clara County.   What We Offer: Our apprenticeship program will provide all the training you will need to learn how to climb trees Progressive advancement in job classification and wage  Qualified Line Clearance training and certification program   Benefits through IBEW 1245 including health insurance and pension  Opportunity to travel   Opportunity for overtime work   What You'll Do: Perform all aspects of tree pruning and removal services safely and skillfully for major electric utility providers.   Including but not limited to:    Pruning treetops, repairing damaged trees by trimming or removal  Removing broken limbs from utility lines, roofs, and other objects  Tree identification and pruning to industry guidelines  Properly maintain, prepare and operate all tools and equipment including hand tools, chainsaws, chippers, aerial lifts and more.   Operate as an active crew member with supporting ground crew and foreman.   How high you grow depends on you!     What We're Seeking: Love of the outdoors   Preferred: line clearance experience or other related work  Ability to complete the Davey Tree Trimmer Orientation Program upon hire   Ability to complete the Davey Tree First Aid, CPR and defensive driving course upon hire     Preferred: Valid driver’s license with Class A or B with Airbrake Endorsement   Preferred: Relevant pesticide and related licenses and certificates, if required by state law   Preferred: ISA Certified Arborist ®, ISA Certified Tree Worker ®, and/or TCIA Certified Tree Care Safety Professional ®      The Davey Tree Surgery Company is a subsidiary of The Davey Tree Expert Company and provides a full range of utility tree care services and is based in Livermore, Calif.  Davey Tree has U.S. and Canadian operations in more than 47 states and five provinces and provides a variety of tree care, grounds maintenance and consulting services for the residential, utility, commercial, and government markets. Founded in 1880, Davey has been employee-owned for 35 years and has more than 8,000 employees who provide Proven Solutions for a Growing World. For more information, visit www.davey.com If you need any assistance at any time please contact us at 1-800-445-8733 ext. 1108 or at ed.help@davey.com .
Davey Resource Group, Inc. Logan, WV 25601, USA
Aug 16, 2019
Requisition Number: 40644    Company Name: DRG Inc   Service Line: 1UVM - DRG Utility Vegetation Management   Employment Type: Regular   Job Type: Full Time   Education Level Required: Other   Work Experience Required: 1 - 2 years   Travel Expectations: Up to 25%     Take ownership of your future. Join one of the largest employee-owned companies in the nation while growing your career in a dynamic industry! Davey has a unique culture that focuses on the open exchanging of ideas, community partnership, a commitment to safety, and delivering unrivaled client service while acting as industry leaders in utility and environmental services. Become part of our energetic workforce, build your career, and emerge as a leader in the green industry. Spend your days outdoors and enjoy an engaging work environment where we apply technology, communication, and teamwork to bridge the gap between progress and nature. Get your hands and boots dirty while educating the public on the growth of trees. Our positions are for the adventurous and passionate! What you’ll do: Will be responsible for the inspection of line clearance crews for OSHA and safety compliance. Observe line clearance crews for safe and at risk behaviors to increase safe operations. Lead the way in safety culture and standards for the vegetation management program. Participate safety calls and discussions with the DRG and utility teams on a weekly or as needed basis. Assist during major storms or other related duties as assigned. Successfully contribute to all aspects of vegetation management planning and analysis, when assigned. Utilize innovative technology and practices to help major electric utility providers deliver safe and reliable power. Collect data and document work using hand-held computers; assess terrain, habitat, and environmental conditions, and support IVM projects. Coordinate with Project Managers, Planners, and Vegetation Crews to create customized solutions.   What you’ll need: Qualifications at the Safety Inspector level: Love of the outdoors and the ability to work and hike in rugged terrain and inclement weather. Leadership experience and a desire for career growth will be given a priority. Demonstrated expertise in problem solving, meeting deadlines, and technical innovation. Excellent communication and interpersonal skills. Availability and desire to travel throughout the utility service area. Valid Driver’s License with clean DMV driving record. Organizational skills; working knowledge of computers and programs, file creation, manipulation, and sharing. Preferred but not required: Two or Four-year degree in Forestry, Urban Forestry, Horticulture or related discipline. Preferred but not required: ISA Certified Arborist®, ISA Utility Specialist®, Registered Professional Forester, Utility ROW Vegetation experience.   Qualifications at the Safety Professional level include all the above, plus: Has obtained the CTSP credential. Has completed OSHA 30 (General Industry Course) or willingness to complete within specific time determined at hire. Six months experience as an Inspector or two years related utility line clearance experience. No recordable OSHA or DRG safety violations within last 2 years.   What you’ll get: Recession-resilient career opportunities tailored to your objective with a company identified by Forbes as one of America’s Best Employers. Opportunity to work for and become an employee-owner with the largest employee-owned service company in the country. An innovative and success-driven work environment that provides an excuse to be enthusiastic every day. The opportunity to work in America’s great outdoors with teammates that will support your professional growth and managers who empower. Career Development Program supported by Industry Expert Safety Specialists & Skills Trainers through the Davey Institute of Tree Science. A company vehicle for commuting purposes & cell phone. Competitive wages & excellent benefits. Pay rates based on qualifications & experience. Employee referral bonus program. Scholarship Program for Children of Employees. Charitable matching gift program. Excellent benefits including health, dental, vision and life insurance. Discounted stock purchase options and 401(k) retirement savings plan with a company match. Paid time off and paid holidays.   Who we are: The Davey Resource Group, Inc. is focused and relentless in our pursuit to help our utility clients deliver safe and reliable power to their customers and maintain national security. We are results-driven by our great people and the technology at our fingertips. People who love being the best and being a part of building something extraordinary. People who want to create change, who love what they do and the people they do it with. We are currently hiring Arborists, Foresters, Horticulturalists, Natural Resource Specialists, and plant and outdoor enthusiasts. Various full-time positions available include; entry-level, special projects, and supervisory roles. We are seeking candidates who have positive attitudes, excellent communication skills, and critical attention to detail. Team players who have a thirst for knowledge and growth are encouraged to apply.     The Davey Tree Expert Company has U.S. and Canadian operations in more than 47 states and five provinces and provides a variety of tree care, grounds maintenance and consulting services for the residential, utility, commercial, and government markets. Founded in 1880, Davey has been employee-owned for 35 years and has more than 8,000 employees who provide Proven Solutions for a Growing World. For more information, visit www.davey.com If you need any assistance at any time please contact us at 1-800-445-8733 ext. 1108 or at ed.help@davey.com .
Davey Resource Group, Inc. Charleston, WV, USA
Aug 16, 2019
Requisition Number: 40643    Company Name: DRG Inc   Service Line: 1UVM - DRG Utility Vegetation Management   Employment Type: Regular   Job Type: Full Time   Education Level Required: Other   Work Experience Required: 1 - 2 years   Travel Expectations: Up to 25%     Take ownership of your future. Join one of the largest employee-owned companies in the nation while growing your career in a dynamic industry! Davey has a unique culture that focuses on the open exchanging of ideas, community partnership, a commitment to safety, and delivering unrivaled client service while acting as industry leaders in utility and environmental services. Become part of our energetic workforce, build your career, and emerge as a leader in the green industry. Spend your days outdoors and enjoy an engaging work environment where we apply technology, communication, and teamwork to bridge the gap between progress and nature. Get your hands and boots dirty while educating the public on the growth of trees. Our positions are for the adventurous and passionate! What you’ll do: Will be responsible for the inspection of line clearance crews for OSHA and safety compliance. Observe line clearance crews for safe and at risk behaviors to increase safe operations. Lead the way in safety culture and standards for the vegetation management program. Participate safety calls and discussions with the DRG and utility teams on a weekly or as needed basis. Assist during major storms or other related duties as assigned. Successfully contribute to all aspects of vegetation management planning and analysis, when assigned. Utilize innovative technology and practices to help major electric utility providers deliver safe and reliable power. Collect data and document work using hand-held computers; assess terrain, habitat, and environmental conditions, and support IVM projects. Coordinate with Project Managers, Planners, and Vegetation Crews to create customized solutions.   What you’ll need: Qualifications at the Safety Inspector level: Love of the outdoors and the ability to work and hike in rugged terrain and inclement weather. Leadership experience and a desire for career growth will be given a priority. Demonstrated expertise in problem solving, meeting deadlines, and technical innovation. Excellent communication and interpersonal skills. Availability and desire to travel throughout the utility service area. Valid Driver’s License with clean DMV driving record. Organizational skills; working knowledge of computers and programs, file creation, manipulation, and sharing. Preferred but not required: Two or Four-year degree in Forestry, Urban Forestry, Horticulture or related discipline. Preferred but not required: ISA Certified Arborist®, ISA Utility Specialist®, Registered Professional Forester, Utility ROW Vegetation experience.   Qualifications at the Safety Professional level include all the above, plus: Has obtained the CTSP credential. Has completed OSHA 30 (General Industry Course) or willingness to complete within specific time determined at hire. Six months experience as an Inspector or two years related utility line clearance experience. No recordable OSHA or DRG safety violations within last 2 years.   What you’ll get: Recession-resilient career opportunities tailored to your objective with a company identified by Forbes as one of America’s Best Employers. Opportunity to work for and become an employee-owner with the largest employee-owned service company in the country. An innovative and success-driven work environment that provides an excuse to be enthusiastic every day. The opportunity to work in America’s great outdoors with teammates that will support your professional growth and managers who empower. Career Development Program supported by Industry Expert Safety Specialists & Skills Trainers through the Davey Institute of Tree Science. A company vehicle for commuting purposes & cell phone. Competitive wages & excellent benefits. Pay rates based on qualifications & experience. Employee referral bonus program. Scholarship Program for Children of Employees. Charitable matching gift program. Excellent benefits including health, dental, vision and life insurance. Discounted stock purchase options and 401(k) retirement savings plan with a company match. Paid time off and paid holidays.   Who we are: The Davey Resource Group, Inc. is focused and relentless in our pursuit to help our utility clients deliver safe and reliable power to their customers and maintain national security. We are results-driven by our great people and the technology at our fingertips. People who love being the best and being a part of building something extraordinary. People who want to create change, who love what they do and the people they do it with. We are currently hiring Arborists, Foresters, Horticulturalists, Natural Resource Specialists, and plant and outdoor enthusiasts. Various full-time positions available include; entry-level, special projects, and supervisory roles. We are seeking candidates who have positive attitudes, excellent communication skills, and critical attention to detail. Team players who have a thirst for knowledge and growth are encouraged to apply.     The Davey Tree Expert Company has U.S. and Canadian operations in more than 47 states and five provinces and provides a variety of tree care, grounds maintenance and consulting services for the residential, utility, commercial, and government markets. Founded in 1880, Davey has been employee-owned for 35 years and has more than 8,000 employees who provide Proven Solutions for a Growing World. For more information, visit www.davey.com If you need any assistance at any time please contact us at 1-800-445-8733 ext. 1108 or at ed.help@davey.com .
Davey Resource Group, Inc. Beckley, WV 25801, USA
Aug 16, 2019
Requisition Number: 40645    Company Name: DRG Inc   Service Line: 1UVM - DRG Utility Vegetation Management   Employment Type: Regular   Job Type: Full Time   Education Level Required: Other   Work Experience Required: 1 - 2 years   Travel Expectations: Up to 25%     Take ownership of your future. Join one of the largest employee-owned companies in the nation while growing your career in a dynamic industry! Davey has a unique culture that focuses on the open exchanging of ideas, community partnership, a commitment to safety, and delivering unrivaled client service while acting as industry leaders in utility and environmental services. Become part of our energetic workforce, build your career, and emerge as a leader in the green industry. Spend your days outdoors and enjoy an engaging work environment where we apply technology, communication, and teamwork to bridge the gap between progress and nature. Get your hands and boots dirty while educating the public on the growth of trees. Our positions are for the adventurous and passionate! What you’ll do: Will be responsible for the inspection of line clearance crews for OSHA and safety compliance. Observe line clearance crews for safe and at risk behaviors to increase safe operations. Lead the way in safety culture and standards for the vegetation management program. Participate safety calls and discussions with the DRG and utility teams on a weekly or as needed basis. Assist during major storms or other related duties as assigned. Successfully contribute to all aspects of vegetation management planning and analysis, when assigned. Utilize innovative technology and practices to help major electric utility providers deliver safe and reliable power. Collect data and document work using hand-held computers; assess terrain, habitat, and environmental conditions, and support IVM projects. Coordinate with Project Managers, Planners, and Vegetation Crews to create customized solutions.   What you’ll need: Qualifications at the Safety Inspector level: Love of the outdoors and the ability to work and hike in rugged terrain and inclement weather. Leadership experience and a desire for career growth will be given a priority. Demonstrated expertise in problem solving, meeting deadlines, and technical innovation. Excellent communication and interpersonal skills. Availability and desire to travel throughout the utility service area. Valid Driver’s License with clean DMV driving record. Organizational skills; working knowledge of computers and programs, file creation, manipulation, and sharing. Preferred but not required: Two or Four-year degree in Forestry, Urban Forestry, Horticulture or related discipline. Preferred but not required: ISA Certified Arborist®, ISA Utility Specialist®, Registered Professional Forester, Utility ROW Vegetation experience.   Qualifications at the Safety Professional level include all the above, plus: Has obtained the CTSP credential. Has completed OSHA 30 (General Industry Course) or willingness to complete within specific time determined at hire. Six months experience as an Inspector or two years related utility line clearance experience. No recordable OSHA or DRG safety violations within last 2 years.   What you’ll get: Recession-resilient career opportunities tailored to your objective with a company identified by Forbes as one of America’s Best Employers. Opportunity to work for and become an employee-owner with the largest employee-owned service company in the country. An innovative and success-driven work environment that provides an excuse to be enthusiastic every day. The opportunity to work in America’s great outdoors with teammates that will support your professional growth and managers who empower. Career Development Program supported by Industry Expert Safety Specialists & Skills Trainers through the Davey Institute of Tree Science. A company vehicle for commuting purposes & cell phone. Competitive wages & excellent benefits. Pay rates based on qualifications & experience. Employee referral bonus program. Scholarship Program for Children of Employees. Charitable matching gift program. Excellent benefits including health, dental, vision and life insurance. Discounted stock purchase options and 401(k) retirement savings plan with a company match. Paid time off and paid holidays.   Who we are: The Davey Resource Group, Inc. is focused and relentless in our pursuit to help our utility clients deliver safe and reliable power to their customers and maintain national security. We are results-driven by our great people and the technology at our fingertips. People who love being the best and being a part of building something extraordinary. People who want to create change, who love what they do and the people they do it with. We are currently hiring Arborists, Foresters, Horticulturalists, Natural Resource Specialists, and plant and outdoor enthusiasts. Various full-time positions available include; entry-level, special projects, and supervisory roles. We are seeking candidates who have positive attitudes, excellent communication skills, and critical attention to detail. Team players who have a thirst for knowledge and growth are encouraged to apply.     The Davey Tree Expert Company has U.S. and Canadian operations in more than 47 states and five provinces and provides a variety of tree care, grounds maintenance and consulting services for the residential, utility, commercial, and government markets. Founded in 1880, Davey has been employee-owned for 35 years and has more than 8,000 employees who provide Proven Solutions for a Growing World. For more information, visit www.davey.com If you need any assistance at any time please contact us at 1-800-445-8733 ext. 1108 or at ed.help@davey.com .
Davey Resource Group, Inc. Laurel Springs, NJ 08021, USA
Aug 16, 2019
Requisition Number: 40639    Company Name: The Davey Tree Expert Company   Service Line: 1UTL - Kent-Utility SL   Employment Type: Regular   Job Type: Full Time   Education Level Required: High School Diploma / GED   Work Experience Required: Less than 1 year   Relocation Available: [[relocation]]   Travel Expectations: Up to 75%     POSITION:Groundman — Utility Line Clearance Starting Date: Applications accepted until suitable candidate is selected. Davey Utility Line Clearance, a division of The Davey Tree Expert Company, is pleased to offer a key opportunity in the field of Utility Line Clearance as a Groundman. DUTIES Provides support for the other crew members by controlling lowering ropes, limbs and persons from aloft Supplying tools for tree workers Controlling road and sidewalk traffic as needed by use of warning devices and other methodsCutting, chipping and loading brush and wood and proper job site cleanup QUALIFICATIONS High school diploma or equivalent preferred Driver’s license required. Commercial driver’s license preferred and may be required, depending on job requirements Certificates and Licenses if necessary Pesticide license, if required by state law Herbicide license a plus Line clearance certification if working near utility transmission lines ISA Certified Tree Worker certification or willingness to obtain ADDITIONAL INFORMATION Full time hourly position. Compensation based on qualifications and experience. Generous performance incentive plan. Davey offers excellent benefits, the opportunity to buy Davey stock after 1 year, and industry related training and special Davey training courses. Pre-employment Drug Screen and Social Security verification required. The Davey Tree Expert Company and CLS are an Equal Opportunity Employer. Davey is Employee Owned. Military Veterans are encouraged to apply. Visit Davey Website: WWW.DAVEY.COM Job Opportunities & Company Profile Information     The Davey Tree Expert Company has U.S. and Canadian operations in more than 47 states and five provinces and provides a variety of tree care, grounds maintenance and consulting services for the residential, utility, commercial, and government markets. Founded in 1880, Davey has been employee-owned for 35 years and has more than 8,000 employees who provide Proven Solutions for a Growing World. For more information, visit www.davey.com If you need any assistance at any time please contact us at 1-800-445-8733 ext. 1108 or at ed.help@davey.com .
Davey Resource Group, Inc. Rockford, IL, USA
Aug 16, 2019
Requisition Number: 40634    Company Name: DRG Inc   Service Line: 1UVM - DRG Utility Vegetation Management   Employment Type: Regular   Job Type: Full Time   Education Level Required: Other   Work Experience Required: 1 - 2 years   Relocation Available: [[relocation]]   Travel Expectations: Up to 25%     Take ownership of your future. Join one of the largest employee-owned companies in the nation while growing your career in a dynamic industry! Davey has a unique culture that focuses on the open exchanging of ideas, community partnership, a commitment to safety, and delivering unrivaled client service while acting as industry leaders in utility and environmental services. Become part of our energetic workforce, build your career, and emerge as a leader in the green industry. Spend your days outdoors and enjoy an engaging work environment where we apply technology, communication, and teamwork to bridge the gap between progress and nature. Get your hands and boots dirty while educating the public on the growth of trees. Our positions are for the adventurous and passionate! What you’ll do: Successfully contribute to all aspects of vegetation management planning and analysis. Utilize innovative technology and practices to help major electric utility providers deliver safe and reliable power. Inspect and assess vegetation in right-of-ways for compliance standards and construction work plans. Identify tree and brush control work and protection zone recommendations. Collect data and document work using hand-held computers; assess terrain, habitat, and environmental conditions, and support IVM projects. Coordinate with Project Managers, Planners, and Vegetation Crews to create customized solutions.   What you’ll need: Love of the outdoors and the ability to work and hike in rugged terrain and inclement weather. Ability to read and follow GIS data and maps; ability to work independently. Leadership experience and a desire for career growth will be given a priority. Demonstrated expertise in problem solving, meeting deadlines, and technical innovation. Excellent communication and interpersonal skills. Availability and desire to travel throughout the utility service area. Valid Driver’s License with clean DMV driving record and ability to drive and operate a 4x4 vehicle. Ability to identify local tree species & growth rates. Organizational skills; working knowledge of computers and programs, file creation, manipulation, and sharing. Preferred: Two or Four-year degree in Forestry, Urban Forestry, Horticulture or related discipline. Preferred: Relevant pesticide and/or Herbicide licenses and certificates, if required by state law. Preferred: ISA Certified Arborist®, ISA Utility Specialist®, Registered Professional Forester (RPF), Utility Right-of-Way Vegetation experience.   What you’ll get: Recession-resilient career opportunities tailored to your objective with a company identified by Forbes as one of America’s Best Employers. Opportunity to work for and become an employee-owner with the largest employee-owned service company in the country. An innovative and success-driven work environment that provides an excuse to be enthusiastic every day. The opportunity to work in America’s great outdoors with teammates that will support your professional growth and managers who empower. Career Development Program supported by Industry Expert Safety Specialists & Skills Trainers through the Davey Institute of Tree Science. A company vehicle for commuting purposes & cell phone. Competitive wages & excellent benefits. Pay rates based on qualifications & experience. Employee referral bonus program. Scholarship Program for Children of Employees. Charitable matching gift program. Excellent benefits including health, dental, vision and life insurance. Discounted stock purchase options and 401(k) retirement savings plan with a company match. Paid time off and paid holidays.   Who we are: The Davey Resource Group, Inc. is focused and relentless in our pursuit to help our utility clients deliver safe and reliable power to their customers and maintain national security. We are results-driven by our great people and the technology at our fingertips. People who love being the best and being a part of building something extraordinary. People who want to create change, who love what they do and the people they do it with. We are currently hiring Arborists, Foresters, Horticulturalists, Natural Resource Specialists, and plant and outdoor enthusiasts. Various full-time positions available include; entry-level, special projects, and supervisory roles. We are seeking candidates who have positive attitudes, excellent communication skills, and critical attention to detail. Team players who have a thirst for knowledge and growth are encouraged to apply.     The Davey Tree Expert Company has U.S. and Canadian operations in more than 47 states and five provinces and provides a variety of tree care, grounds maintenance and consulting services for the residential, utility, commercial, and government markets. Founded in 1880, Davey has been employee-owned for 35 years and has more than 8,000 employees who provide Proven Solutions for a Growing World. For more information, visit www.davey.com If you need any assistance at any time please contact us at 1-800-445-8733 ext. 1108 or at ed.help@davey.com .
Davey Resource Group, Inc. Independence, KY, USA
Aug 16, 2019
Requisition Number: 40633    Company Name: The Davey Tree Expert Company   Service Line: 1COM - Kent-Commercial Landscape Services   Employment Type: Regular   Job Type: Temporary   Education Level Required: No Diploma   Work Experience Required: Less than 1 year   Relocation Available: [[relocation]]   Travel Expectations: Up to 25%     The Davey Tree Expert Company has immediate openings in the field of Golf and Grounds Maintenance, as Landscaper/Landscape Technicians. Davey is a national horticulture landscape management firm with, operations throughout the US and Canada. JOB DUTIES: As member of a golf course crew, provide mowing maintenance of turf & plantings, trimming of planting beds, trees and shrubbery as needed and other functions related to seasonal planting needs, provide job site cleanup as part of daily activities. . The Golf Courses of Kenton County is seeking grounds crew members for the 2017 golf season. QUALIFICATIONS: - High School education. . - Minimum one year experience in landscaping and/or grounds maintenance preferred. - Experience as a crew member in landscape installations and/or mowing maintenance operations. - Valid Driver’s License is required. - Bi-Lingual –Spanish, very valuable, but not required. ADDITIONAL INFORMATION: Full time and part time hourly positions, with overtime. Compensation based on qualifications and experience. Davey Tree offers competitive wages, excellent benefits and full-time position includes option to buy company stock after one year. Access to industry related training materials and Davey Extension Courses. Pre-employment Drug Screen, E-verify Social Security Number verification, and criminal background check required. Davey is Employee Owned. Davey is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Military Veterans are encouraged to apply.     The Davey Tree Expert Company has U.S. and Canadian operations in more than 47 states and five provinces and provides a variety of tree care, grounds maintenance and consulting services for the residential, utility, commercial, and government markets. Founded in 1880, Davey has been employee-owned for 35 years and has more than 8,000 employees who provide Proven Solutions for a Growing World. For more information, visit www.davey.com If you need any assistance at any time please contact us at 1-800-445-8733 ext. 1108 or at ed.help@davey.com .
Davey Resource Group, Inc. Odessa, FL, USA
Aug 16, 2019
Requisition Number: 40632    Company Name: The Davey Tree Expert Company   Service Line: 1COM - Kent-Commercial Landscape Services   Employment Type: Regular   Job Type: Full Time   Education Level Required: High School Diploma / GED   Work Experience Required: 1 - 2 years   Travel Expectations: None     POSITION: Landscape Technician/Laborer — Commercial Landscape Management Starting Date: Applications accepted until suitable candidate is selected.  Commercial Landscape Management, a division of The Davey Tree Expert Company, has immediate openings in the field of landscape and grounds maintenance, as Landscape Technicians. DUTIES Trimming of planting beds, trees and shrubbery as needed Apply fertilizers and other functions related to seasonal planting needs Provide job site cleanup as part of daily activities Operates as part of a crew with supporting Groundman and Crew Foreman QUALIFICATIONS High school diploma or equivalent preferred Valid Driver’s License is required. Class B, CDL valuable, but not required Minimum one-year experience in landscaping and/or grounds maintenance preferred Experience as a crew member in landscape installations Bi-Lingual –Spanish, very valuable, but not required. ADDITIONAL INFORMATION: Compensation based on qualifications and experience. Generous performance incentive plan. Davey offers excellent benefits, the opportunity to buy Davey stock after 1 year, and industry related training and special Davey training courses.  Pre-employment Drug Screen and Social Security verification required. The Davey Tree Expert Company and CLS are an Equal Opportunity Employer. Davey is Employee Owned. Military Veterans are encouraged to apply. Visit Davey Website: WWW.DAVEY.COM Job Opportunities & Company Profile Information     The Davey Tree Expert Company has U.S. and Canadian operations in more than 47 states and five provinces and provides a variety of tree care, grounds maintenance and consulting services for the residential, utility, commercial, and government markets. Founded in 1880, Davey has been employee-owned for 35 years and has more than 8,000 employees who provide Proven Solutions for a Growing World. For more information, visit www.davey.com If you need any assistance at any time please contact us at 1-800-445-8733 ext. 1108 or at ed.help@davey.com .
Public Lab Remote (Louisiana, Texas, Alabama, Mississippi, Florida)
Aug 15, 2019
Temporary
About the Fellowship This Fellowship is part of the Oil & Gas Water Fellows Trio and is an opportunity for an individual embedded in a community with oil & gas industry impacts to work with Public Lab on local water quality concerns related to the industry.    Starting: September 16th  Commitment: roughly 15-20 hours/week (200 hours over approx. 8-12 weeks) Fellowship Stipend: $2,500 Where: Applicants interested in this Fellowship must be embedded (from, living in, or working in) a community with oil & gas industry impacts on water. Preference will be given to applicants from Gulf Coast states, particularly Louisiana.     The major goals of this Fellowship are:   1.) To work on local water quality monitoring projects related to the impacts of the oil & gas industry, 2.) To document their user experience with current and emerging monitoring tools available at PublicLab.org, 3.) To work in collaboration with the Hardware and Monitoring Methods Fellows to draft and compile materials for a “Research Area Review” on water quality monitoring on PublicLab.org.   You will: Identify and work with a local community group concerned with oil & gas issues on a new or existing water quality monitoring project. Use and explore tools and methods shared on PublicLab.org for water monitoring.  Create documentation on PublicLab.org on your experience using different tools and methods, and provide feedback for how these resources can be used by yourself and others. Host at least two water monitoring events with local community members. (Some event funding support available)  Engage the Public Lab community in-person and remote on questions and resources related to tools and methods used in water quality monitoring.  Share information about your community’s work on water monitoring, including the tools and methods being used. Work with the Hardware and Monitoring Methods Fellows to run a “Research Area Review” for water quality monitoring, including soliciting input from peer groups on the state of water quality monitoring, updating documentation on PublicLab.org related to current water quality monitoring methods available through the Public Lab store, seed and help answer questions for others to help answer on water quality monitoring, and organize and participate in an OpenHour interactive seminar on the state of water quality monitoring in relation to Oil & Gas concerns. Join the Public Lab Oil & Gas Slack channel.  When possible, attend a weekly Fellows call or check in with weekly project updates. Maintain and adhere to nonprofit policies and procedures, Public Lab values, and the Code of Conduct .   This role may be for you if you are: An exceptional written and oral communicator: You have excellent interpersonal skills - you’re a collaborator and a problem-solver who is often praised for your organization and attention to detail. Team-oriented: You work collaboratively, both in-person and with remote colleagues, to envision and promote positive change, and to be supportive of others; A helper who includes everyone: You’ve taught or facilitated workshops and can facilitate activities amongst a highly diverse community of people from many different fields and experiences. A locally-minded networker : You engage people on local issues regularly and can talk with people about local environmental concerns, programs, and ideas;  An active learner: You take on challenges in learning new skills including technologies, and ways of gathering and sharing information. This Fellowship will be hosted through Public Lab. Public Lab is committed to a diverse, multicultural work environment. We encourage people with different ability sets, people of color, and people of diverse sexual orientations, gender expressions, and identities to apply.   To Apply Send a resume and the answers to the questions below in a single document to jobs@publiclab.org by August 29th. **Please specify which fellowship you are applying for in the subject line of your email.  No phone calls, please. 1.) Why are you interested in this Fellowship? What about working on this issue intrigues you? 2.)  Please describe your local community and how it has been affected by the oil & gas industry.  3.) If you have a community group in mind you seek to work with on this Fellowship, please provide some background information on them. If you do not have a community group in mind, please provide information on whom you plan to reach out to and how. 4.) If awarded the Fellowship, what would you hope to learn, and what would you hope to accomplish?
Public Lab Remote (Providence, RI, USA)
Aug 15, 2019
Temporary
About the Fellowship This Fellowship is part of the Oil & Gas Water Fellows Trio and is an opportunity to research and document water monitoring methods used by people to collect evidence on the environmental impacts of the oil & gas industry.     Starting: September 16th  Commitment: roughly 15-20 hours/week (200 hours over approx. 8-12 weeks) Fellowship Stipend: $2,500 Where: This fellowship is open to anyone located in the United States The major goals of this Fellowship are: To research and post documentation on Public Lab on methods used by watershed groups, watchdog groups, states, universities, and individuals to organize and advocate for improvements on water quality issues in areas affected by the oil & gas industry. To connect with individuals who do this type of monitoring, conduct interviews, and document their stories and experiences related to this work on PublicLab.org. To work in collaboration with the Hardware and Community Fellows to draft and compile materials for a “Research Area Review” on water quality monitoring on PublicLab.org. You will: Identify methods used by water quality monitoring groups who are working in states with oil & gas extraction issues. Draft research note documentation on PublicLab.org detailing use cases for specific methods people use for water quality monitoring. Interview, compile and share monitoring and advocacy stories on PublicLab.org from people who have used water monitoring methods related to oil & gas concerns. Develop a wiki page that highlights the different ways that people do water quality monitoring and design advocacy campaigns, in a way that helps someone choose one approach over another. Identify ways for people with concerns around water quality to get started in monitoring. Engage the Public Lab community in-person and remote on questions and resources related to methods used in water quality monitoring.  Support the work of the other  Oil & Gas Water Fellows by helping to match concerns communities share around contamination to study designs, and monitoring tools that could be appropriate to use.  Work with the Hardware and Community  Fellows to run a “Research Area Review” for water quality monitoring, including soliciting input from peer groups on the state of water quality monitoring, updating documentation on PublicLab.org related to current water quality monitoring methods available through the Public Lab store, seed and help answer questions for others to help answer on water quality monitoring, and organize and participate in an OpenHour interactive seminar on the state of water quality monitoring in relation to oil and gas concerns. Join the Public Lab Oil & Gas Slack channel.  When possible, attend a weekly Fellows call or check in with weekly project updates. Maintain and adhere to nonprofit policies and procedures, Public Lab values, and the Code of Conduct .   This role may be for you if you are: Detail-oriented: You have excellent interviewing and documentation skills; An exceptional written and oral communicator: You have excellent interpersonal skills - you’re a collaborator and a problem-solver who is often praised for your organization and attention to detail. Team-oriented: You work collaboratively, both in-person and with remote colleagues, to envision and promote positive change, and to be supportive of others. A helper who includes everyone: You’ve worked with people with different backgrounds, and different fields and experiences; you’re able to communicate on environmental science and monitoring in a way that’s approachable and understandable to newcomers.  Tech-savvy : You thrive in an online environment; you are excited to learn new programs and share about technology and monitoring in the context of advocacy. This Fellowship will be hosted through Public Lab. Public Lab is committed to a diverse, multicultural work environment. We encourage people with different ability sets, people of color, and people of diverse sexual orientations, gender expressions, and identities to apply.   To Apply Send a resume and the answers to the questions below in a single document to jobs@publiclab.org by August 29th. **Please specify which fellowship you are applying for in the subject line of your email. No phone calls, please.    1.) Why are you interested in this Fellowship? What about working on this issue intrigues you? 2.) How would your experiences benefit your work as a Fellow? 3.) If awarded the Fellowship, what would you hope to learn, an
Public Lab Remote (Providence, RI, USA)
Aug 15, 2019
Temporary
About the Fellowship This Fellowship is part of the Oil & Gas Water Fellows Trio and is an opportunity to advance real-world outcomes of open science hardware used by people to monitor the environmental impacts of the oil & gas industry.  Starting: September 16th  Commitment: roughly 15-20 hours/week (200 hours over approx. 8-12 weeks) Fellowship Stipend: $2,500 Where: This fellowship is not location-restricted, however strong preference will be given for applicants in Providence, RI The major goals of this Fellowship are to:  1.) Create documentation of Public Lab water quality monitoring tools to make the tools more accessible to others. Tools will include Arudino-compatible sensors from the DF Robot collection,  2.) Develop activities relevant to oil and gas monitoring that can be replicated by others, and 3.) Work in collaboration with the Monitoring Methods and Community Fellows to draft and compile materials for a “Research Area Review” on Water Quality Monitoring on PublicLab.org.   You will: Work with the DF Robot sensor collection to develop simple working prototypes. Draft research note documentation on PublicLab.org that includes use case information about the tools and field test.  Create and document simple activities using the tools to model real-world issues (such as sensing at multiple points along a river).  Engage the Public Lab community in-person and remote on questions and resources related to tools used in water quality monitoring.  Host a local workshop using the DF Robot sensor collection, documenting questions and design/method ideas from the event. (Some event funding support available).  Research existing tools available to consumers (off-the-shelf, DIY, and affordable lab testing). Select 2-3 existing methods (in consultation with PL team) to test and report back on. Compile materials into easy-to-print documents that can be used with kit distribution. Support the work of other Oil & Gas Water Fellows by helping to match tools to study design, and by contributing to wikis.  Work with the Monitoring Methods and Community Fellows to run a “Research Area Review” for water quality monitoring, including soliciting input from peer groups on the state of water quality monitoring, updating documentation on PublicLab.org related to current water quality monitoring methods available through the Public Lab store, seed and help answer questions for others to help answer on water quality monitoring, and organize and participate in an OpenHour interactive seminar on the state of water quality monitoring in relation to oil & gas concerns. Join the Public Lab Oil & Gas Slack channel.  When possible, attend a weekly Fellows call or check in with weekly project updates. Maintain and adhere to nonprofit policies and procedures, Public Lab values, and the Code of Conduct .   This role may be for you if you are:  An exceptional written and oral communicator: You have excellent interpersonal skills - you’re a collaborator and a problem-solver who is often praised for your organization and attention to detail. Team-oriented: You  work collaboratively, both in-person and with remote colleagues, to envision and promote positive change, and to be supportive of others; A helper who includes everyone: You’ve taught or facilitated a workshop and can facilitate activities among a highly diverse community of people from many different fields and experiences; Tech-savvy : You are excited by technology and to learn new programs with support from colleagues. You are interested in or have used technology in the context of advocacy. You have experience working with Arduino and Raspberry Pi, including basic troubleshooting, some familiarity with sensors. This Fellowship will be hosted through Public Lab. Public Lab is committed to a diverse, multicultural work environment. We encourage people with different ability sets, people of color, and people of diverse sexual orientations, gender expressions, and identities to apply. To Apply Send a resume and the answers to the questions below in a single document to jobs@publiclab.org by August 29th.  **Please specify which fellowship you are applying for in the subject line of your email. No phone calls, please. 1.) Why are you interested in this Fellowship? What about working on this issue intrigues you? 2.) How would your experiences benefit your work as a Fellow? 3.) If awarded the Fellowship, what would you hope to learn, and what would you hope to accomplish?
Davey Resource Group, Inc. Alexandria, VA, USA
Aug 15, 2019
Trimmer Trainee     The Care of Trees, is seeking a Trimmer Trainee to join our Residential/Commercial Tree Care team in Alexandria, VA.   Those with prior experience in Forestry, Landscape or working at height are encouraged to apply.  Experience in related fields of work (concrete, construction, electrical, landscaping) or outdoor work experience (lawn care, yard care, mowing, gardener, weed control, maintenance) is desirable. Trainees will work directly with the territory's trainer and crew leaders to learn all aspects of Arboricultural operations.  After familiarization with ground duties such as job-site setup, chipping, and chainsaw operation, Trainees will learn skills necessary for pruning trees to ANSI A300 guidelines.  Trainees will progress through Davey's Career Development Program as they learn to utilize ropes for ascending and working in trees.     DUTIES: ·         Function as a member of a tree crew while progressively learning new skills ·         Make satisfactory progress in Davey's Career Development Program ·         Operate chainsaws, chippers, stump grinders, and other equipment as needed on job-sites ·         Utilize ropes for work positioning at heights up to 60 feet, while pruning or removing trees ·         Maintain issued personal gear, crew gear, and equipment ·         Learn tree Identification and ANSI A300 Pruning guidelines   QUALIFICATIONS: ·         Background in Forestry, Urban Forestry, Landscaping, or working at heights ·         Demonstrated ability to report for work regularly and punctually ·         Valid Commercial Driver's License Required ·         Willingness to work outdoors during a variety of weather conditions ·         High school diploma or equivalent preferred   BENEFITS  / WE OFFER: ·         Full time hourly position (compensation based on qualifications and experience) ·         Potential for overtime ·         Professional Development & growth opportunities ·         Generous performance incentive plan ·         Excellent benefits offered o   Medical, Dental, Vision plans o   Paid time off vacation, Holiday Pay,  Sick leave o   401K retirement plan,  the opportunity to buy Davey stock after 1 year o   Employee referral bonus program ·         All gear and PPE provided ·         Industry related training and special Davey training courses ·         Internships and management mentoring program     ADDITIONAL INFORMATION: Full time hourly position and compensation based on qualifications and experience. Davey offers competitive wages, excellent benefits, advancement opportunities and option to buy Company stock after 1 year of employment, plus access to industry related training materials and Davey Extension Courses.   Pre-employment Drug Screen, E-verify/Social Security Number Verification and Criminal Background Check are required. The Davey Tree Expert Company and Davey Tree Surgery are Equal Opportunity Employers. Davey is Employee Owned. Military Veterans are encouraged to apply     The Davey Tree Legacy Since 1880, our clients have trusted us to care for their most precious natural assets. Our history is rooted in preserving and caring for trees, but our evolution has grown to include whole natural environments. Davey is one of only a handful of companies in the world that can claim this rich, century-plus heritage and a record of continuous growth, even during tough economic times.
Davey Resource Group, Inc. Gaithersburg, MD, USA
Aug 15, 2019
Requisition Number: 40624    Company Name: The Davey Tree Expert Company   Service Line: 1RES - Kent-Residential & Commercial Services   Employment Type: Regular   Job Type: Full Time   Education Level Required: High School Diploma / GED   Work Experience Required: Less than 1 year   Relocation Available: [[relocation]]   Travel Expectations: None     Lawn Care Technician Invest in your future.  Join one of the largest employee owned companies in the nation!  Davey has a unique culture that focuses on the open exchanging of ideas, community partnerships, a commitment to safety, and delivering unrivaled client service while acting as industry leaders in horticultural and environmental services. We are currently looking to add a dynamic Lawn Care Technician to our passionate team of tree care professionals. Your office is outdoors, and you get a new view every day!   What You’ll Do: Cultivate your career and fertilize your future! Properly diagnose insects, weeds, and fungus conditions, as well as pest shelter areas and conducive conditions. Communicate and educate the client regarding the diagnosis and the prescribed pest control, aerification, and fertilization service(s) with customers. Continuously monitor lawn quality and fertilizing methods after application and communicate progress to customers and supervisors. Drive, use, maintain and properly operate equipment (truck and sprayer).   What We’re Looking For: Love of the outdoors Preferred: Background in Forestry, Horticulture, or Landscaping Preferred:  Turf, Weed, Tree and shrub ID, Pathology, and knowledge of turf or tree physiology Ability to complete the Davey Tree Qualified Plant Health Care Tech training program upon hire Ability to complete the Davey Tree First Aid, CPR and defensive driving course upon hire   Valid driver’s license Preferred: Class A or B with Airbrake Endorsement Preferred: Relevant pesticide and related licenses and certificates, if required by state law       What We Offer: * Paid time off and paid holidays Opportunities for advancement All job specific equipment and safety gear provided 401(k) retirement savings plan with a company match Employee-owned company & discounted stock purchase options Group Health Plan Employee referral bonus program Locations throughout US in major cities and desirable areas Career Development Program supported by Industry Expert Safety Specialists & Skills Trainers Scholarship Program for Children of Employees Charitable matching gift program     The Davey Tree Expert Company has U.S. and Canadian operations in more than 47 states and five provinces and provides a variety of tree care, grounds maintenance and consulting services for the residential, utility, commercial, and government markets. Founded in 1880, Davey has been employee-owned for 35 years and has more than 8,000 employees who provide Proven Solutions for a Growing World. For more information, visit www.davey.com If you need any assistance at any time please contact us at 1-800-445-8733 ext. 1108 or at ed.help@davey.com .
Davey Resource Group, Inc. San Antonio, TX, USA
Aug 15, 2019
Requisition Number: 40621    Company Name: The Davey Tree Expert Company   Location: San Antonio, Texas 78255    POSITION: Climbing Arborist Trainee / Trimmer — Davey Residential San Antonio, TX Starting Date: Applications accepted until suitable candidate is selected.   Davey Residential, a division of The Davey Tree Expert Company, is pleased to offer a key opportunity as a Trimmer.   DUTIES Provides tree trimming services Services provided include pruning treetops, repairing damaged trees by trimming or removal as well as removing broken limbs from , roofs, and other objects Properly maintain, prepare and operate all tools and equipment including hand tools, chainsaws, chippers, and aerial lifts Operates as part of a crew with supporting Groundman and Crew Foreman   QUALIFICATIONS High school diploma or equivalent preferred Driver’s license preferred. Commercial Driver’s License preferred and may be required, depending on job requirements Completion of Davey Tree Trimmer Orientation Program upon hire Certificates and Licenses if necessary Pesticide license, if required by state law   ADDITIONAL INFORMATION Full time hourly position. Compensation based on qualifications and experience. Generous performance incentive plan. Davey offers excellent benefits, the opportunity to buy Davey stock after 1 year, and industry related training and special Davey training courses.   Pre-employment Drug Screen and Social Security verification required. The Davey Tree Expert Company and CLS are an Equal Opportunity Employer. Davey is Employee Owned. Military Veterans are encouraged to apply. Visit Davey Website: WWW.DAVEY.COM Job Opportunities & Company Profile Information     The Davey Tree Expert Company has U.S. and Canadian operations in more than 47 states and five provinces and provides a variety of tree care, grounds maintenance and consulting services for the residential, utility, commercial, and government markets. Founded in 1880, Davey has been employee-owned for 35 years and has more than 8,000 employees who provide Proven Solutions for a Growing World. For more information, visit www.davey.com If you need any assistance at any time please contact us at 1-800-445-8733 ext. 1108 or at ed.help@davey.com .