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Seeking Experienced Tree Climbers

Tree ClimberEverett Tree Service is looking for experienced tree climbers in the Raleigh area. Applicants must show the ability to manually remove and prune trees using up-to-date techniques. Experience working with a crane is a plus. We pay $25-45/hour based on skill level and experience. We offer health insurance, paid vacation days, and retirement plans after the first year. All current positions are in Raleigh, NC; relocation assistance may be available for the right person.

Established in 2001, Everett Tree Service is a fast-growing family business providing high-quality tree services including commercial and residential crane work, removals, pruning, stump grinding, arborist consultations, and plant healthcare throughout the Triangle. Come work with our state-of-the-art equipment and see what we are all about!

Everett Tree Service
Phone: (919) 271-6108
Email: jimmy@everetttreeservice.com

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    We are Hiring!

    Everett Tree Service is now hiring Crane Operators, Climbers, Bobcat Operators, and Bucket Operators. We have the best new equipment, year-round work, good pay, overtime available, and opportunities for promotion.

    All current positions are in Raleigh, NC; relocation assistance may be available for the right person.

    Follow the links below to our Zip Recruiter listing for more information. Continue reading We are Hiring!

    Everett Tree Service Showcased by The News&Observer

    The News&Observer recently published an article profiling a day in the life of Hurricane Florence clean up for the hard working employees of Everett Tree Service. We are humbled to be a part of the recovery, and grateful for the opportunity to help families whose homes have been damaged by trees in the hurricane.

    If you are anyone you know has a property with tree damage, contact us for a free estimate for tree removal service.
    https://www.newsobserver.com/news/local/article218459490.html

    Umberto Castillo peeks out from a tangle of limbs as he assesses how to get a fallen pine of the roof of a house in north Raleigh on Monday, Sept. 17, 2018.
    Luke DeCock ldecock@newsobserver.com