Arboriculturalist / Tree Surveyor

A. T. Coombes Associates Ltd

Arboriculturalist / Tree Surveyor

Job Details


A. T. Coombes Associates Ltd


Near Norwich, Norfolk


Competitive and dependant on experience.


Full-time, Permanent

Closing date:

8th March 2024

Job Contact Details


Andrew Coombes


01603 759618



A. T. Coombes Associates Ltd are a professional and established company providing a wide range of arboricultural consultancy services. Our office is based in Norfolk, but we work across East Anglia, the south and south-east of England (and beyond).

You would be working as part of a small, friendly team that provides expert knowledge and advice on any aspect of tree care and management to a wide range of clients, including Local Authorities, Developers, Architects, Government Agencies, Schools and Private Individuals.

Your key responsibilities would be carrying out site inspections in relation to tree condition surveys, as well as working on development projects, including BS5837 site surveys and report writing.

Key requirements:

  • Experience with on-site surveying and associated report writing
  • Arboricultural qualifications to a minimum of level 3
  • LANTRA Professional Tree Inspection qualifications preferable
  • Knowledge and experience with tree risk assessment techniques
  • Membership of a professional body, such as the Institute of Chartered Foresters or the Arboricultural Association would be desirable
  • Full driving licence will be required
  • Good communication skills
  • Proficient with IT, particularly Office, Word and Excel
  • Knowledge and experience with CAD and other arboricultural software desirable
  • Experience in using sonic tomography equipment also desirable
  • Ability to work individually and collaboratively, and experience of managing a workload that may involve multiple projects at once.

How to apply:

Please apply by email to mail@atcoombes.com, including a CV and covering letter.


The views, opinions or salary expressed in this job vacancy do not necessarily reflect the views of the Arboricultural Association.