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    1. Boutte Tree, Inc. - Accounts Receivable

    2. Director of the Center for Urban Agriculture - University of Georgia

    3. County Arborist - Forsyth County

    4. GeoSurvey - Tree Identification Professionals

      • Boutte Tree, Inc.

        Boutte Tree, Inc., in Atlanta, is hiring an Accounts Receivable representative in the office. 

        Pay is $22 an hour.

        Job Description:

        Accounts Receivable Specialist

        Are you excellent with details, highly organized, and an expert at multitasking? Do you have great people skills and enjoy working in a fast-paced, dynamic environment?

        If this describes you, and you’re looking for a company filled with passionate people and interesting work, this might just be the job for you. 

        About Us:

        Boutte Tree, Inc. is family owned and managed and was established in 2003. We believe in providing the highest level of professionalism and quality service in the industry. We provide the very best tree care with an eye towards the future – a canopied future!

        What You’ll Be Doing:

        • Invoice clients
        • Collect mail/ups
        • Deposit checks
        • Handle all collections
        • Monitor Emails and respond within 2 hours to all emails
        • Answer office phones when receptionist is on a call


        • Previous experience with Accounts Receivable
        • Experience answering a high volume of emails and communications.
        • Proficiency using Outlook
        • Outstanding communication skills.
        • Critical thinking skills to devise plans of action and asses those plans regularly.
        • Organizational skills - Multiple tasks, people, and many moving pieces will keep you on your toes.
        • Ability to solve problems as they arise and anticipate problems before they happen.
        • Personal Characteristics - Honesty, integrity, professionalism, a warm service-oriented demeanor, and commitment to excellence.


        • 401(k)
        • 401(k) matching
        • Dental insurance
        • Disability insurance
        • Employee assistance program
        • Health insurance
        • Life insurance
        • Paid time off
        • Vision insurance

        If you are a qualified candidate and interested in working for an awesome company with great culture and excellent benefits, please message us at! (No phone calls, please.)

        University of Georgia

        Director of the Center for Urban Agriculture

        Posting number: F1507P

        Department: CAES-Ctr Urban Agriculture

        About the University of Georgia:

        Since our founding in 1785, the University of Georgia has operated as Georgia’s oldest, most comprehensive, and most diversified institution of higher education ( The proof is in our more than 235 years of academic and professional achievements and our continual commitment to higher education. UGA is currently ranked among the top 20 public universities in U.S. News & World Report. The University’s main campus is located in Athens, approximately 65 miles northeast of Atlanta, with extended campuses in Atlanta, Griffin, Gwinnett, and Tifton. UGA employs approximately 1,800 full-time instructional faculty and more than 7,700 full-time staff. The University’s enrollment exceeds 40,000 students including over 30,000 undergraduates and over 10,000 graduate and professional students. Academic programs reside in 18 schools and colleges, as well as a medical partnership with Augusta University housed on the UGA Health Sciences Campus in Athens.

        About UGA Griffin:
        The UGA Griffin Campus, located 40 miles south of Atlanta, was established as the Georgia Experiment Station in 1888. Since that time, UGA’s College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences has housed world-renowned Research and Extension programs at this Griffin location. The growing Griffin campus currently has about 100 buildings comprising about 400,000 square feet and is located on about 1,000 acres. UGA Griffin also has a robust research enterprise with an economic impact of $15 million in the general areas of agriculture, food science, food processing, and food safety, among others. Notable research centers at UGA Griffin include the Center for Food Safety, the Food Product Innovation & Commercialization Center, the Center for Urban Agriculture, and a Turfgrass Research & Education Center.

        About the Center for Urban Agriculture (CUA):
        The Center for Urban Agriculture is housed within the University of Georgia College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences on the Griffin Campus. It is a non-departmental unit dedicated to supporting UGA Extension and Research in Georgia’s urban areas. It currently supports Extension and research programs in sustainable turfgrass, urban environment, nursery and landscape, local food, professional training and certification, and urban forestry.

        CUA Vision Statement:
        The Center for Urban Agriculture and Environmental Science provides leadership in education and research, crafting solutions to complex urban issues.

        CUA Mission Statement:
        The mission of the Center for Urban Agriculture is to support collaborative efforts across academia, industry, government, and nonprofit organizations to generate and disseminate research-based information that addresses economic, environmental and social aspects associated with urban life

        College/Unit/Department website:

        Benefits Eligibility: Benefits Eligible

        Minimum Qualifications:
        Candidates must have a Master’s or terminal degree in an appropriate discipline closely related to supporting Extension programing and outreach management.

        The University of Georgia (UGA) invites nominations and applications for the position of Center for Urban Agriculture Director. This position is located on the UGA Griffin Campus in Griffin, Georgia. The position will direct the activities and programs of the Center for Urban Agriculture (CUA), supervise employees and manage budgets. They will serve as a liaison to bring together multi-disciplinary teams of Departmental Faculty, County Faculty and Industry partners to solve urban issues, advance urban agriculture across Georgia, and engage nationally in this effort. The Director will generate extramural funding through projects, sales and service, grants and donations to support the work of the Center. The position is statewide in scope, with an emphasis in Georgia’s urban and emerging urban areas. This position reports to the Assistant Dean for Extension/ Agriculture and Natural Resources Program Leader.

        Primary Responsibilities:
        • Grow CUA’s impact by being active and visible in local, regional and national food, agriculture, fiber, and environment networks and by developing strategic partnerships and expanding the Center’s network.
        • Provide leadership and management of CUA. Represent the CUA with internal and external stakeholders.
        • Supervise staff, including monitoring the development and implementation of work plans, project deliverables and timelines for collaborative projects, and navigation of partnerships and other organizational relationships.
        • Provide leadership and foster collaboration with research, Extension, and academic programs within the University System.
        • Collaborate with Deans, Directors and Department Heads to support the vision and mission of the CUA.
        • Increase collaboration and partnering with other institutions and agencies to increase outreach efforts and impacts.
        • Build effective working relationships and partnerships with community leaders, urban ag and sustainable ag organizations.
        • Bring together multi-disciplinary teams and actively seek and secure funding opportunities to support initiatives of the CUA.
        • Stewardship of all facilities and resources by working with the Campus Director and Facility Maintenance Division.
        • Optimize multiple, often competing, priorities simultaneously.
        • Remain current with field trends in urban agriculture systems development and policy advancements.
        Minimum Qualifications and Additional Requirements:
        Candidates must have a Master’s or terminal degree in an appropriate discipline closely related to supporting Extension programing and outreach management and meet the requirements for appointment as a Non-Tenure Track Public Service Associate or as a Tenure Track or Tenured Associate Professor.

        Relevant/Preferred Education, Experience, Licensure, and/or Certification:
        • A doctorate or terminal degree in a related field to the Center’s function and/or Extension is preferred.
        • An accomplished record of work associated with Extension and outreach.
        • A proven record of obtaining extramural funding.
        • Evidence of supervising a team.
        • A proven record building teams and collaborations.
        • Past involvement with applied program/project implementation, community organizing and policy advocacy is a plus.
        • Working knowledge in urban agriculture area(s) is preferred. (including but not limited to food systems, small organic or sustainable ag production systems, green industry, arboriculture, urban soils, water quality/quantity or related fields)

        Preferred Knowledge, Skills, Abilities and/or Competencies
        • Strong financial management skills, including budget preparation, analysis, decision making and reporting.
        • Excellent interpersonal and communication skills, including strong writing, presentation and public speaking.
        • Excellent interpersonal, negotiation, mediation and problem-solving skills.
        • A commitment to both workplace and programming diversity and inclusive excellence
        For more information of to apply:

        Forsyth County Government

        County Arborist

        Salary -$51,613.00 -$68,387.00 Annually

        Location Cumming, GA

        Job Type Full-time

        Department Planning and Community Development -Development Review Division

        Job number 02224


        The purpose of this classification is to implement all County activities and programs related to tree protection and preservation, including enforcement of all applicable County ordinances through plan review, site inspections, and public education.

        Forsyth County, Georgia, is located 25 miles north of Atlanta with a population just over 250,000.The county has been one of the fastest growing counties in the nation and draws new residents through proximity to multiple job centers, an excellent public school system and a strong network of public parks as well as a robust housing market. Forsyth County borders Lake Sidney Lanier and is ideally located between Atlanta and the Blue Ridge mountains of North Georgia, which provides recreational opportunities throughout the year.


        Reviews architectural drawings, tree protection plans, and related documents in relation to tree preservation; verifies compliance of plans with tree preservation/protection ordinance; approves or disapproves tree plans as appropriate; discusses problem areas and corrective actions with applicants.

        Conducts site inspections during all construction stages to ensure compliance with approved plans relating to tree protection and tree replacement; evaluates condition/health of trees; determines hazardous conditions involving trees; conducts compliance inspections of commercial properties one year after completion of construction.

        Provides technical assistance and information to developers, landscapers, property owners, the public, or others regarding tree preservation/protection guidelines, ordinances, plan reviews, procedures, documentation, or other issues; meets with clients at sites or in office; responds to questions and complaints; researches problems/complaints and initiates problem resolution.

        Provides recommendations for updating/revising tree ordinance.


        Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university in Forestry or closely related field; supplemented by three(3) years previous experience and/or training that includes forestry, tree preservation, landscape architecture, site plan review, code compliance, and personal computer operations; or any equivalent combination of education, training, and experience which provides the requisite knowledge, skills, and abilities for this job.

        Must possess and maintain valid Certified Arborist certification from International Society of Arboriculture.

        Must possess and maintain a valid Georgia driver’s license.

        For more information and/or to apply for this position: 

        County Arborist


        Tree Identification

        GeoSurvey is looking for assistance with the identification and GPS location of trees at our survey sites. We currently have a backlog of tree surveys to complete and would like to contract with a professional with knowledge of local tree species. All training on the use of GPS equipment will be provided by our office.

        Please send resume and contact information to


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      Georgia Arborist Association

      Phone:  (404) 913-1422
      Address:  GAA ~ P.O. Box 2516~ Decatur, GA  30031

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