I am new to the area and am looking for a job where I can do tree pruning in Long Island, New York. When I live in Maryland I worked for a tree service company for ten years and must say I was pretty good at my job. I was the one not afraid of heights and was always designated to trim and prune the tallest of trees. I also treated it as an art form to make the trees flourish and become the beautiful pieces of art that they are.
I found a local tree company with an excellent reputation that I would like to apply to. I figured it would be beneficial to do a little bit of research on them first before I approach them about employment. I was very pleased with their website and the amount of information and details they provided on their services. So far so good. I also like the aspect that they promote the safety of employees and those around the trees during the times of service. I really liked their safety concerns and it shows how much they care for their employees and in doing a proper and professional job. After reviewing their website I decided it was time go ahead and inquire about a job.
I decided to show up in person with my resume in hand to fill out an application and hopefully talk to somebody in charge of hiring. I was in luck as the hiring manager was in and was eager to see me after looking over my resume. We sat down and talked for about 40 minutes discussing different types of tree services and what I would do in specific situations. He must have liked my answers as he offered me a job right there on the spot. I know this will be a mutually beneficial relationship for all involved.