A career in arboriculture is very rewarding and enjoyable for those with an interest in the industry. Some even find it to be their calling in life and it becomes their chosen livelihood as well as their passion. When you work for a company with a history that dates back to 1981, there is a comfort level that you have a solid future with a strong company that cares about each employee. Many of our staff have over 20 years of dedicated service to our company, with some over 30 years.
For those interested in trees and forests, the career of a consulting arborist is well worth pursuing. Helping old trees live a long healthy life or guiding the growth of a small tree throughout the years, offers many great rewards. To have the education required to restore life to an ailing tree or add support to a tree about to split, provides a feeling of great accomplishment and a warm heart.
If you have a degree in the green industry and the desire to succeed, please let us know.
Tree Climber or Trainee
For those that enjoy working outside and have the physical and mental abilities, being a tree climber can be an ideal job. The job requires proper training and the ability to work up to 100 feet off the ground, often in difficult weather conditions. It does not require big muscle or size but rather, a high strength to weight ratio. The number of female tree climbers is increasing within our industry, which we are happy to see. Having a current Texas Driver’s License is a big plus.
If you have any level of training or an interest in learning the art of climbing, we would like to hear from you.
Ground Person or Trainee
The ground person is an entry level position in the industry that requires working outside and the physical capabilities to move brush and logs, or rake an entire yard. Those without industry experience typically begin as a ground person, with some staff learning to be tree climbers over time. It is a great place to start in the industry for the right person. Having a current Texas Driver’s License can be a big plus.
We want to hear from you if you are interested in joining the industry of arboriculture.
The fertilization technician position requires a current Texas Driver's License and the ability to work effectively with our clients. Also, the ability to work outside, though no previous experience is required. The position involves driving a truck around the area to fertilize trees. The truck contains water tanks and a pump with a hose used to fertilize trees using a probe inserted into the soil for deep root fertilization. This job can be physically demanding and requires interacting with our clients.
For those with the ability and interest, we provide training and assist technicians in becoming Texas Department of Agriculture (TDA) Certified in product application.