City Arborist – Nashville, TN
SALARY: $43,646.56 – $50,193.38 Annually
DEPARTMENT: Metro Water Services
OPENING DATE: 09/02/22
CLOSING DATE: 09/19/22 11:59 PM
This position will serve as an Arborist located in the Metro Water Services Stormwater Division. The primary duty of this position will be to assist in managing Metro Nashville’s urban forest in the Metro Nashville right-of-way and on public properties. This position will work with a senior arborist on tree inventories, tree planting projects, and tree inspections. This position will work with the Root Nashville partnership to plant 500,000 trees in Davidson County by 2050.
The position will work in the field and office environment which may involve moderate risk and/or discomforts. The position will require some physical exertion and the employee must be able to lift a minimum of 40 pounds.
Employees at Metro Water Services work around the clock to supply, treat, manage, and protect our water resources in a sustainable manner for the benefit of all who live, work and play in our community. Our dedicated, diverse workforce provides high quality drinking water and the best in wastewater treatment, storm water management, and waste collection services for our customers in the Nashville-Davidson County area. Our employees work together to service more than 210,000 water and 216,000 sewer accounts along with over 150,000 curbside waste collection customers. We are looking for highly engaged individuals to join our team
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