Our client is an Environmental Consultancy who provides a diverse range of services to clients across numerous sectors worldwide, offering creative and effective solutions to their projects.
They are currently looking to recruit a Consultant Ecologist to be based in their Staffordshire office; this is an exciting position within an experienced team and they are seeking an ambitious individual who can be a key member of the ecological business in the region.
Main duties will include the following:
-Reporting to and supporting the ecology team leader
-Generation, maintenance and delivery of project work i
-Project management including client contact, preparation of fee quotes and some financial control, ensuring effective delivery of projects to a high standard
-Assisting other project team members, including subcontractors and seasonal staff
-Supporting and contributing to national team objectives
-Proactively managing the flow of information, correspondence and queries
-Proactively interpreting and taking appropriate actions / decisions
-Operation at a professional level within the ecological sector
-Ensuring departmental processes are adhered to, owning problems and identifying solutions
The key elements of the role include the completion of surveys and planning/implementation of mitigation strategies, including ecological works and translocations. As well as working on large project teams, the successful candidate will manage their own projects, and will be required to apply ecological principles, understand wildlife law, and have the ability to identify pragmatic solutions to ecological constraints.
In addition, the role will require effective communication with a variety of stakeholders as well as some business development and financial awareness (with support from the team leader as required).
Strong competency in Extended Phase 1 Habitat is a minimum requirement for this post, with experience in European Protected Species being a distinct advantage. Applications from those with survey and handling licences for EPS's and a working knowledge of licence applications and mitigation design are encouraged. In addition, experience of Environmental Statements and EcIA chapters would also be beneficial.
The ideal candidate will have the following skills and qualifications:
-Relevant degree as a minimum
-Further qualifications and membership of an appropriate professional body (e.g. IEEM) desirable
-Applicants would be expected to possess sound field skills covering a range of taxa, preferably with specialist knowledge of particular species/groups and be a Natural England development or EPS licence holder.
-Good knowledge of relevant UK and European legislation, policy and guidance
-Preferably preparing mitigation method statements, including drafting licences applications, ideally for European Protected Species
-Experience of working on multi-species projects
-Building on experience in chosen field
-Skills in other disciplines such as arboriculture or landscape may also be useful
-Good business development skills or ambition to develop these skills, and the ability to communicate on appropriate technical and commercial levels
-Good client management, written and verbal communication skills, as well as good team working and project management skills
-Full driving licence
In return, the company offers a very competitive salary, benefits package and training combined with the opportunity to develop your career in a leading international consultancy.
Our client is a well-established company with over 15 years' experience in the Water Treatment industry. Due to company growth they are now seeking enthusiastic, career minded individuals to become Graduate Water Treatment Consultants and join their team operating out of Staffordshire.
Full training is provided so no previous experience is necessary however candidates must meet the following criteria:
Degree qualified in a relevant discipline
Be friendly, approachable and energetic
Have excellent communication skills
Motivated with the ability to participate effectively in a team environment
Willingness to go the extra mile in order to deliver high standards
Be reliable, punctual and well presented
Have good interpersonal skills
Interested in progressing a career within the Water Treatment industry
Hold a full UK driving licence.
In return the company are offering full training, a competitive salary, company vehicle, benefits and career progression
Our client is a large Multi-Disciplinary, Environmental Design Consultancy that provides comprehensive, integrated services to their clients in urban and landscape design and environmental planning.
They are currently engaged in a variety of very exciting projects both under construction and at planning application stage. Projects involved in include residential, public realm, educational and high-end private schemes and are now in need of a CMLI or Senior Landscape Architect to join the team at their Central Staffordshire office.
Ideally the successful candidate would be a CMLI landscape architect with at least 4 years UK experience. Role responsibilities will include delivering Planning Applications, completing detailed design packages and attending construction sites.
Applicants must have a degree in Landscape Architecture and have a Postgrad Part IV qualification. This experience must have involved master planning and public realm projects as well as project management and staff supervision and coordination.
In return our client is offering the successful candidate a generous package commensurate with experience. This is an excellent opportunity to join a reputable Consultancy with a clear career progression with ongoing training and support.
We are currently on a recruitment drive for an independent water treatment company that provides specialist products and services across industry throughout the UK. The company works with some of the most powerful chemical manufacturers worldwide.
They are now seeking an experienced Environmental Water Service Engineer in Staffordshire.
The role includes the cleaning of water storage tanks and cooling towers and the disinfection of water systems; Temperature monitoring and sampling; showerhead descaling; TMV servicing; on site remedials etc
Our client is a Consultancy Practice dealing exclusively with Legionellosis Risk Management and Control. They are totally Independent from, and have no commercial interest in, any water treatment/water hygiene companies. The company has steadily grown in size since its inception in 1991 to its present position of Independent "Legionella Consultants" to some of the major organisations within the UK.
They are now looking to recruit a Legionella Environmental Consultant to cover work in the West Midlands.
The key duties of this position will include carrying out risk assessment of building water systems for the control of Legionellosis, auditing client site records and log books to ensure adequate maintenance regimes are being implemented. You will be required to liaise with project and contracts managers in relation to works under their control, conducting assessments of ducted air conditioning systems and taking samples for microscopic and bacterial analysis.
Additional responsibilities of this position will include conducting environmental assessments of occupied areas in relation to indoor air quality, preparing comprehensive reports including observations, recommendations and interpretation of laboratory analysis. Providing presentations and discussing reports with clients will also be required.
The successful candidate must be degree qualified in a relevant Science discipline.
The Client in return is offering a competitive salary and bonus package to the right candidate.
Our clients are a growing Environmental Consultancy currently looking for a P402 Asbestos Surveyor to join their team in Staffordshire.
To be considered for this role you must hold the BOHS P402 qualification or equivalent with a minium of 12 months experience carrying out Asbestos surveys (Ideally Management, Refurbishment & Demolition) on various property types.
- P402 qualification (or equivalent)
- Minimum of 12 months experience in the Asbestos industry
- Ideally experience working on various property types
- Full UK Drivers Licence
In return our client will offer the successful candidate an attractive remuneration package