Our client is a professional consultancy, combining landscape architecture, masterplanning and ecology to resolve complex and large scale design and planning issues. They are now recruiting for a Senior/ Principal Ecologist to join their Cheshire office.
The successful candidate will have the following skills;
-Good working knowledge of a broad range of British fauna and flora, with ability to carry out and co-ordinate surveys for a wide range of habitats and species
-Proven experience in the preparation and co-ordination of Ecological Impact Assessments for a variety of schemes
-Excellent report writing and communication skills
-Expertise in the design and implementation of cost and time efficient mitigation schemes
-Experience in management of diverse range of projects
-Thorough knowledge of nature conservation legislation, best practice guidance and the UK
-Strong interpersonal skills, with ability to work well alongside colleagues, clients and consultees
-Ability to confidently advise clients and consultees on a wide range of ecological matters;
-Full membership of IEEM
-Educated to at least degree level in a relevant discipline.
Ideally, the successful candidate will also hold at least one licence to survey for European Protected Species (preferably bats and/ or dormice). Ideally candidates will specialise in a particular field of ecology (e.g. tree climbing bat surveys, invertebrate surveys) or related discipline (e.g. arboriculture, EIA co-ordination)
A proven ability to win new clients and develop existing relationships would also be regarded a distinct advantage.
In return, the company are offering an excellent remuneration package commensurate with experience. Included in this is the potential for flexible working hours. They also offer a generous pension scheme and numerous other additional benefits.
Our client is a leading Water Treatment Company that is expanding their team in the North West and are looking to recruit an Environmental Science graduate to join their Legionella Risk Assessments Graduate Scheme.
The position will include assisting professionals with conducting Legionella risk assessments in accordance to the guidelines of ACOP L8 in addition to visiting corporate accounts and building and maintaining relationships with clients of all levels.
Our client is offering training which will include but not be inclusive to the following courses:
Introduction to mechanical building services
Legionella & Legionella Disease Awareness
Risk Assessment of water Systems
Disinfection of Water Supplies
Water Supply Regulations
And many more
Legionella based only, they will be developing these courses to include In-Door Air quality and Hospital Water Systems
This role will include working one Saturday per month.
Our client is offering a competitive salary alongside a Company Vehicle, Private health care and more to the right candidate
Our client is one of Europe's leading environmental consultants offering multidisciplinary expertise across a wide range of specialist areas. Due to the nature of the company they are able to deal with a large variety of projects while still maintaining their firm client care values.
Due to continued expansion they are currently recruiting for an experienced Ecologist to join their Environmental team in the Cheshire area.
As an Ecologist you will carry out the following duties:
Undertaking Phase 1 Habitat Surveys and Phase 2 Protected Species Surveys, including data requests
Producing ecological assessment reports and advising clients on mitigation
Overseeing mitigation for protected species such as badgers, great crested newts and reptiles
Ecological clerk of works
Producing ecology sections of BREEAM and CSH assessments
Candidates will have a high level of ecological survey, assessment and report writing skills and experience of working with protected species essential. Ideally 2-3 years of consultancy experience. Experience of working with bats, badgers and great crested newts preferred, including appropriate licences. Ideally you will have considerable experience of protected species survey and mitigation
The successful candidate will hold a degree in appropriate subject e.g. Ecology, Biological Sciences, Environmental Management required.
Full Member of Institute of Ecology and Environmental Management preferred
Our client are a fast growing independent Ecological Consultancy. They are now seeking a Principal Ecologist to join their team in Cheshire.
-Leading a varied portfolio of interesting and complex ecological projects from initial client meetings through to completion
-Business development including developing and maintaining relationships with clients, tender preparation and fee proposals
-Project and people management to ensure effective delivery of projects on time and within budget
-Ensuring all work is completed to an excellent standard and complying with the company's quality and project management procedures
The successful candidate will have:
-A minimum of 5 years' experience with substantial experience at a senior level in a consultancy environment;
-Full membership of CIEEM and a relevant post-graduate qualification; First-rate project management skills including financial control of projects and outstanding client liaison abilities;
-Strong technical skills in one or more specialist areas
-Experience of working on Nationally Significant Infrastructure projects
-Proven experience of writing technical reports, fee proposals, ES chapters and EPSLs
-A full working knowledge of EIA, the planning process and relevant environmental legislation
-Exceptional people management skills, with the capability to lead high performing teams that fully support the company values
In return our client offer a competitive salary with an excellent benefits package including a generous pension and annual leave entitlements.
Our client was established in 1994 to provide building services maintenance, repair and refurbishment to the commercial and industrial sectors 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year. The last 5 years has seen them grow into one of the UK's leading facilities maintenance companies with strategic offices and service centres throughout the length and breadth of the country.
Having established a reputation for quality and professionalism, they have consistently outperformed their business plan each year, which is clearly demonstrated by their enviable blue chip client base.
The company is now seeking a Water Hygiene Engineer to join their Cheshire team. The successful candidate will carry out cold water storage tank cleaning, disinfection and lining, cleaning and disinfecting shower heads and TMV Servicing. Additional duties will include carrying out sampling and temperature monitoring of water systems and the preparation and completion of job sheets.
With relevant plumbing qualifications the ideal candidate will have knowledge of current water regulations. With an ability to work with minimal supervision, the successful candidate will be capable of carrying physical work such as roof spaces and tanks. A full and clean UK driver`s license is essential.
A full UK driving license is essential to be considered for this position. In return the client is offering a competitive salary and benefits package to the successful applicant
My client is a dynamic and ambitious Chartered Building Surveyors based in Cheshire.
They are looking to appoint an additional Building Surveyor who has the ability to use their skills and experience to support the continuing growth of the business. Primarily, you will be a Building Surveyor looking for a fresh opportunity within a progressive practice.
You will have the ability to clearly demonstrate sound understanding across all traditional Building Surveying services including Commercial Property.
To be successful in your application you will match the following requirements:
- RICS approved Building Surveying degree
- At least 1 year professional experience
- Be working either towards Chartered RICS Membership
- Building Surveying/ Project Management experience
- You will be commercially aware and client driven
In return for your hard work and dedication you will be rewarded with a varied and interesting work load covering a range of sectors which enable their valued staff to remain engaged with their career path and a generous salary and benefits package.
A leading Water Hygiene Company is currently recruiting for a Legionella Risk Assessor to work on contracts in Cheshire.
The successful candidates will be responsible for carrying out Legionella Risk Assessments and writing up technical reports. Candidates must be used to drawing up schematics. Other duties will include conducting Water Monitoring in accordance with the ACOP L8 guidelines.
Ideally candidates will have been working as a Legionella Risk Assessor for at least two years. Candidates must hold Risk Assessing qualification from either City & Guilds or the Water Management Society.
In return the company offer a competitive salary and benefits package which include a company vehicle
Our client is a UK asbestos surveying company. They are an UKAS accredited for asbestos analysis and monitoring and have in place an effective quality management system. Due to recent success, they are currently looking for an experienced Asbestos Surveyor/Analyst to join their team based in Cheshire covering the North West.
The successful applicant will be involved in providing a wide range of services including asbestos surveys and re-inspections, asbestos sampling and testing. The candidate will also be carrying out smoke, background, leak, reassurance, visual, 4 stage clearance and re-occupation and personal air testing to clients
The Applicant must have a minimum of two years' experience in a similar role. The successful candidate must hold the P402, P403 & P404 qualifications.
In return the company offer ongoing training and depending on experience a company vehicle and competitive salary.
Our client is a well-established company with over 20 years' experience in the Water Treatment industry, specialising in the three key areas of contracting, equipment and service & maintenance.
Due to company growth they are now seeking enthusiastic, career minded individuals to become Graduate Water Treatment Consultants and join their team in Cheshire.
Candidates must meet the following criteria:
Live in the Wiltshire area
Degree qualified within a Scientific, Engineering or Chemistry 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