Professional Tree Climber!

After yesterdays post I felt the need to be silly again… Although I must admit It really wasn’t my fault. You see things in my life have changed yet again and It seems my writing will need to go on hold again while I make sure the people in my house have food… As all I know is retail though I’m trying to branch out (pun intended).

So I looked through the different sites for Management positions, apply for several I really don’t want and one that I really do want… A lot, I want it a lot… Training people is the best. Anyway, I hope I get the training job. Not the point though, the point is I decided to look for other things outside of retail. Jobs that had words like entry level in it. I found one.. I wont post the actual job. but…

Tree Climber Wanted

Award-winning residential landscape lighting firm seeks Tree Climber for full-time employment. The ideal candidate has one to two years of climbing experience, and possess a thorough knowledge of equipment and climbing procedures. The applicant should be a self-starter with a desire to excel within a rapidly growing company. Salary is commensurate with experience. Benefits include vacation, medical and quarterly bonus. Must have a current State drivers license.

Job Type: Full-time

Required experience:

  • Tree Climber: 1 year

Required license or certification:

  • Drivers License

I would love to send a cover letter in for this with a resume about my childhood.

Dear Hiring Manager of Tree Climbers Inc.

Since I was a young boy of three or four it has always been a dream of mine to be a professional Tree Climber. I have ample experience climbing. I’ve climbed Pine, Spruce, Oak and even Ash trees. In addition I believe my experience in climbing the walls and furniture has given me a unique perspective on what it truly means to be a climber.

Enclosed is my resume and Application for review detailing my climbing exploits as a young man with testimonials by both parents and teachers. I look forward to hearing from you soon.


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9 Comments on “Professional Tree Climber!

  1. Omg amazing! Training was the best part of my job, I went human resources until I figured out what I wanted to do. I loved/hated it as I assume one would with any job. But I think I want to open my own shop of curiosities…that’s the next step after this book.

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  2. LOL branching out is a good thing 🙂 Good luck on the job search. I may have to do the same thing myself and I know zero retail! At 62 I am not really excited about the prospect of going out into the “real world” to find employment as I have been happily clicking away here in my kitchen for the last 16 years. As you say though, the family needs food occasionally!

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    • Well, so far… I think I’m going to have to look out of state. Unless I take the tree climbing job, I know they are stringing lights… but I’m intrigued for some reason.

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  3. Lol, a tree climber! I’d injure myself after ten mins. Good luck with the job searching. I’m in the same boat. Finding the motivation to fill in the (in some cases, ridiculous) forms is hard when the job doesn’t really appeal to you, but work is work, right? ☺

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