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Certified Arborist to be on site during all work to direct and monitor the course of construction as it relates to definite, probable, and possible tree impacts.

QUALIFICATIONS
♦Arborist Certification from the International Society of Arborists. (Required)
♦Flexible work schedule and willingness to travel.
♦Valid driver's license and good driving record.
♦Proficient in Microsoft Office applications: Word and Excel
♦Detail oriented and ability to multi-task.
♦Excellent communication skills.
♦Ability to work independently.

DUTIES
♦Be on site during all work to direct and monitor the course of construction as it relates to definite, probable, and possible tree impacts.
♦Monitor excavation and trench work under the dripline or within 50 feet of city trees for water main, storm sewer, sanitary sewer, curb, sidewalk, pedestrian ramp projects and many more
♦Implement mitigation techniques when working around a trees root system
♦Have contractors erect temporary tree guards around all trees in project area prior to work activity
♦Make sure the contractor takes extreme care to protect the root systems of the existing trees.
♦Keep the trees critical root zone free from all construction materials
♦Act as the liaison between DPR and the contractor
♦Manage and supervise sub-contractors.
♦Assist clients in acquiring permits necessary under city ordinance and/or code enforcement.
♦Consult clients in the education of proper pruning procedures and all matters pertaining to tree care.
♦Supervise tree care workers on multiple job sites daily to ensure compliance with ISA standards.
♦Provide clients, field office personnel and Department of Parks with daily arborist reports
♦Inspect work performed in the field to assure standard operating procedures are followed and performance standards are met.
♦Review site plans and make recommendations on trees, preservation and mitigation techniques when it comes to installing catch basins, pedestrian ramps, roads, pipe-lines and etc.
♦Perform periodic inspections and prepare reports and recommendations concerning conditions and needs of trees.

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