Tree Bear is a UK based arboriculture recruitment website.

Tree Bear fills the need in the arboriculture industry for a specialist recruitment hub for jobseekers and employers, facilitating growth and development opportunities for experienced arborists, introductory trainees, and apprentices.

Our vision is to be a leader in recruitment facilitation, enabling the best people to find their ideal job in the arboriculture community.

Jobseekers can register to the website to upload their CV using our very own custom-designed template, and browse through all of the latest job posts being advertised in the industry across the UK.

Our site allows arboriculture businesses and contractors to quickly and easily post adverts for job positions involving management, surveying, tree felling, climbing, pruning, and other arborist work, with a wide range of posting options available to suit all requirements. Plus, if you’re advertising an apprenticeship, you can create and post your advert entirely for free with us.

Tree Bear isn’t your typical job site: we are committed to promoting growth in the arboriculture industry, and proactively work to connect jobseekers and recruiters to their perfect match.

It only takes a couple of minutes to create your Tree Bear account from your computer, smartphone or tablet to get started!

Latest News

  • Tree Bear tree

    Job seeking tips and tricks

    December 13, 2016

    Arboriculture isn’t simply a case of pruning trees. There are a wide range of jobs available, from tree climber to arborist, and tree surgeon to utility surveyor, with some rather specialised skills needed. Whether you […]

  • apprentice ad

    Tree Bear is going to the Fair!

    February 21, 2016
    Alex Gurney

    The Tree Bear team are very passionate about getting fresh blood in to the arb industry. We believe that without commitment by employers to Apprenticeships the industry will reach a point where there are more […]

  • harness comp

    Who makes the best climbing harness?

    November 13, 2015
    Matt Gurney

    In October 2015, we set out to answer a question. Just who makes the best climbing harness? As an arborist you rely on them everyday. So why do you choose a particular piece of kit […]

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