From beer enthusiasts (yes, we brew our own beer) to frisbee throwing extraordinaires, our team is an eclectic bunch of experts in their field. Each and every team member brings something unique to the Tyler Grange family, whether it’s bundles of banter or endless baked goods.
We are still the same caring business that we were from day one. Which is why everyone at Tyler Grange dedicates one day a month of their time to a chosen cause.
But what exactly does the team get up to on their community days? Since you asked so nicely …
Sometimes we get our hands very muddy, helping local communities turn overgrown spaces into beautiful habitats where nature can thrive. For example, one of our ecology consultants, Kyle, recently cleared brash in Cheshire for wildflowers to be planted. He also helped turn felled timber into mulch to make the soil super fertile.
We also regularly get involved in charity events. Past events include Linden Homes’ charity golf day, where our London and Cotswolds team embarrassed themselves on the golf course to raise money for the Teenage Cancer Trust (we pretended not to keep score).
TG team days are a great source of inspiration, particularly when they offer some hard physical labour, like our regular days helping the restoration of the Farms for City Children complex at Wick Court.
We annually turn our Manchester office into a donation drop off point for children’s toys as part of Hits Radio UK’s Mission Christmas, a campaign to distribute toys to disadvantaged children across the UK.
We are committed to developing the wider skills and building the confidence of the next generation of arborists, ecologists and landscape architects. Not long ago, we attended both the Gloucestershire University and Sheffield University built environment careers events. Our team loved speaking to so many talented and enthusiastic students, helping them plan their futures in a field they’re passionate about.
We’ve also played a part in the re-establishment of an apprenticeship route into the landscape profession. By implementing an annual internship for students from a more diverse range of social and cultural backgrounds, we strive for improved inclusiveness and equality within our professions.
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Think Tyler Grange is your kind of team? Got the skills and experience to propel us forward? We’d love to hear from you.Get in touch by sending your CV to email@example.com. If you’re exactly what we’re looking for, we’ll be in touch to arrange an interview or a casual chat to explore what other options might be available to you.
We regularly hold group orientation days for fresh talent to show us what they’re made of. The day usually consists of set tasks and challenges, giving you an opportunity to get to know other Assistant Ecologists and experience what it’s like to work for us.
We will also announce upcoming sessions on our website, Twitter, LinkedIn and Instagram pages. To apply for a place on our next Assistant Ecologists orientation day, send your CV to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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The world around us and the way people are working is changing. Collaboration and connectivity are more important than ever.
Are you a sole trader, freelance consultant or small business that can offer us your time and expertise? Then the Tyler Grange Partner initiative could be perfect for you.
TG is a busy place. We’ve got loads of exciting opportunities for you to work on projects big and small. We’re looking to expand our network of support across all three disciplines. Maintain your own independence and flexibility while helping to keep our clients happy.
We don’t like the term ‘sub-consultant’. We want TG Partners to feel included in our tribe, with access to training, team socials and exclusive TG Partner events. No more feeling lonely. You become a part of our family.
Apply for the TG Partner programme at email@example.com.
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