Our clients are a leading Health & Safety consultancy operating throughout the UK. As they continue to expand their Asbestos division, they are currently looking for an experienced Asbestos Surveyor to join the Southern team covering the London and the Home Counties.
They're ideally looking for someone with a minimum of 5 years' experience in the Asbestos industry having working on a wide range of property types (not just social housing) including commercial and industrial as well as residential. Candidates must have the P402 certificate while those with any extra qualifications such as S301, W504 or CCP would be desirable. The majority of the work will be based throughout London and the Home counties with occasional trips to South Wales and the South West region. Any long-distance trips and arranged in advance with all expenses paid for.
- BOHS P402 (or RSPH equivalent)
- S301, W504 or CCP are desirable but not essential
- Minimum of 5 years' experience in Asbestos surveying
- Experience working on a variety of property types including residential, commercial and industrial
- Strong client facing skills
- Able to work autonomously under limited supervision
- Full UK drivers licence
Our clients are a leading Environmental Consultancy who are currently looking for a qualified P401 Lab Analyst to join their team in Essex.
In general, the successful candidate will be flexible, competent, will have good attention to detail and have the ability to work on own initiative and part as part of a team and at the same time manage time effectively.
The ideal P401 Asbestos Lab Analyst will:
-Hold the BOHS P401 certificate
-Relevant P401 Asbestos Analyst experience in a UKAS accredited laboratory
-Experience of Stereo and Polarised Light Microscopy techniques of analysis
-A flexible approach to work and commuting
-Strong attention to detail
-Excellent written and verbal skills.
P401 Asbestos Bulk Analyst duties will include:
-Receiving and logging samples received by the laboratory
-Preparing samples for analysis
-Asbestos Identification analysis in soils and bulk materials in alignment to HSE 248 Guidance notes
-Getting involved with any other laboratory duties and assisting our Lab Supervisor as and when required
My client is a successful Surveying Consultancy who have exciting expansion plans for the future. They are a professional honest and accomplished in their dealing as well as being ambitious, innovative and dynamic in their culture. They pride themselves on employing knowledgeable and experiences Surveyors and ensuring survey reports are clear and informative.
They are looking for someone at Director level to lead the team and work alongside the Managing Director providing Building Surveying and Project Management services. There will be some business development and staff training and support for those on the APC.
To apply for this vacancy you will ideally meet the following criteria:
- You MUST be MRICS with a minimum or three years PQE
- You will have management / team leader experience
- You will have an understanding of property defects and repairs internally and externally, as well as building and planning regulations and other relevant legislation
- Understanding of repair costs assessments
- Specific defect surveys
- Experience of party wall matters, preparing schedules of conditions and assessing claims post works and measured surveys will be an advantage
- Condition Reports and Schedules of Dilapidations
- You must have a high levels of attention to detail and an enquiring mind
- The ability to manage time effectively, prioritising tasks to ensure that deadlines are met
- Must have good client relationship skills
- Be a keen team member with the ability to accept responsibility and work on your own initiative
The salary is competitive and will reflect the level of qualification and experience of the applicant but will be in the range of £50k to £60k plus bonus and benefits.
Our Client is an Award-Winning Multi-Disciplinary Consultancy with 3 UK offices and an excellent reputation within the Landscape Architecture and Urban Design Industry.
Due to the immense success of the business, they are now in a position to bring in a Studio or Practice Manager to help with the day-to-day running and promotion of the business. This is a very important appointment and they are prepared to offer a very generous package in order to secure the right person for the role.
-Managing staff across all offices to ensure people are meeting or exceeding their professional and personal development goals or targets.
-Meeting regularly with all staff members to chat through workload, personal development goals, issues affecting work performance
-Helping staff to feel motivated, engaged and happy at work
-Helping staff manage their day to day tasks to ensure work is completed on time.
-Helping to prioritise work so that crucial tasks are done first but not forgetting less urgent work/ personal development goals
-Maintaining a strategic overview of all projects across the offices
- Gaining an understanding of the skills in house
-Developing team members through feedback, listening and mentoring of staff. Suggesting specific training tailored to individual staff at an appropriate time
-HR duties, creative marketing input, financial and administration support and provide a vital spark in the office.
The studio manager will be an incremental part of the wider business, boosting their voice and brand not just internally but in meetings and events. This is a hugely varied and exciting role and the perfect position for someone who wants to bring in a creative flair and superb organisational skills to make a solid impact on the way things are ran.
The ideal person will be a great communicator with an eye for detail and happy to plan and executing strategies to help the wider team. Some experience with CRM or SAGE systems would be an advantage as would experience managing social media, newsletter and web content for a business. Previous experience as an Office manager, especially in a landscape Environment would be fantastic but not an absolute requirement.
This is a full-time position, with generous salary and a number of additional benefits. There is however scope for this could be a part time, but likely to be no fewer than 30 hours a week, but could work around someone with childcare responsibilities and school runs if needed.
All applications are confidential and will remain solely between yourself and Adam Johnston at W5 Resourcing Associates. You will not be added to any mailing lists and rest assured your details would NOT be passed on to anyone without your prior authorisation. If you are interested in this or any other Landscape Architecture opportunities, please give Adam a call on 03453195555
Our Client is an Award-Winning Multi-Disciplinary Consultancy with 3 UK offices and an excellent reputation within the Industry.
They are a growing business with a strong brand and an ethos of design excellence with a diverse client base who create an exciting range of projects all across the United Kingdom. They have a diverse portfolio of work ranging from the design of Large-Scale Residential, Green Infrastructure, Public Realm and Play Areas to the Landscape Masterplanning of New Residential Developments.
Due to the immense success of their new London office, they are now in a position to bring in a Studio Lead/Associate Director. This is a very important appointment and they are prepared to offer a very generous package in order to secure the right person.
At this level, you would be expected to provide technical support on a range of projects for the senior team. As the Studio Lead or Associate Director, you will be proficient and motivated individual that can assist the well-established team in delivering a range of projects to the highest standard. You will play an active role in the success of their growing business through entrepreneurialism and creative ideas, provide the day-to-day lead for the landscape team, manage, mentor and develop their existing team of landscape architects and assist in the recruitment of future team members.
Due to the level of this role, more details will be provided at the interview stage but you can expect a comprehensive remuneration package and a structured career path and the opportunity to get involved with the management of the business if interested.
We understand that recruiting for a person at this level can be difficult and therefore ensure that confidentiality is of the utmost importance to all parties.
All applications will remain solely between yourself and Adam Johnston at W5 Resourcing Associates.
You will not be added to any mailing lists and rest assured your details would NOT be passed on to anyone without your prior authorisation. If you are interested in this or any other Landscape Architecture opportunities, please give Adam a call on 03453195555
Our Client is a Large International Multidisciplinary Consultancy. They currently have an opening for an Ecologist/Senior Ecologist to work within their environmental team in Wiltshire.
The successful candidate will be responsible for carrying out ecological walkover surveys and advising clients of constraints and further survey requirements, organising protected species surveys with a range of our trusted sub-consultants, preparing ecology chapters for Environmental Impact Assessments, and working with the wider design team to establish opportunities for ecological enhancements.
Although this role is mainly UK based, there is the opportunity for occasional travel if desired.
The role is not a site based role, it is more of a project management role working within their small ecology team advising on sustainability, waste management, air quality and climate change resilience.
Reviewing technical data and carrying out site walkovers to identify ecological constraints on projects
Advising clients on risks and opportunities
Reviewing technical data and carrying out site walkovers to identify ecological constraints on projects
Managing sub-consultants and organising surveys
Preparing high quality reports to CIEEM guidelines
Project and fee management
Conducting ecological walkover/Phase 1 habitat surveys when required
Attending workshops and/or presenting ideas to the client and design teams
Working within the wider team to improve best-practice standards and knowledge across the industry
Ability to review technical data and provide sound advice to clients on programme/risks
Excellent report writing skills and experience of writing reports to CIEEM guidelines
Excellent attention to detail
Good knowledge of protected species issues and wildlife legislation and guidance
Ability to work alone, including making day-to-day decisions, and as part of a team
Able to think laterally and be confident sharing ideas/presenting in front of a wider team
A keen interest in integrating biodiversity into all aspects of design
Possess initiative and a positive attitude
Ability to carry out ecological walkover/ Phase 1 Habitat surveys
GIS experience is desirable but not essential
Demonstrable experience delivering ecological consultancy work, with a relevant degree, and Full membership of CIEEM
In return, the company are offering an excellent remuneration package commensurate with experience. They also offer a generous pension scheme and numerous other additional benefits.
Our client, a consultancy of Ecologists, Landscape Architects and Arboriculturists, whose extensive experience includes residential, educational, commercial, leisure, healthcare, retail and public sector development projects.
They are a fast growing group of dynamic, friendly enthusiasts that recognise talent, create opportunity and reward ambition and are committed to providing an open, positive and enjoyable environment to work in. Due to expansion they are currently looking to recruit a Senior Landscape Architect to join there Kent based team.
The successful candidate will:
-Have experience in masterplanning, landscape planning and LVIA
-Have a good knowledge in detailed design, planting and construction
-Be able to develop and evolve innovative and practical ideas
-Be proficient in IT including AutoCad, Adobe Creative Suite and Sketchup
-Possess excellent graphic and report writing skills
-Be able to lead and inspire other team members and have a natural ability for mentoring (including P2C)
The suitable candidate will lead a diverse portfolio of work from promotion of sites, masterplanning through to detailed design and implementation, managing competently within a team and being actively involved in the design process - from start to finish.
In return, our client offers a friendly working environment, a competitive salary and a commitment to personal learning and career development.
Our Client is a leading Landscape Architecture, Urban Design and Environmental consultancy providing an efficient personal service with a commitment to innovation, value and respect for the environment.
They have recently celebrated the 10th anniversary and pride themselves on delivering creative and efficient services to their clients.
Due to their continued success they are looking to recruit a Senior Landscape Architect to join their Surrey based team.
To be considered for the role you must have experience of;
- Managing a variety of projects
- Good inter-personal skills
- Client liaison and working with design teams.
- Working knowledge of the UK planning system
Your day-to-day workload will include a mixture of projects from Design work and Masterplans through to Detail Design and Landscape and Visual Impact Assessments. Candidates should demonstrate good presentation skills including AutoCad, Report Writing and other Graphics Skills.
The company firmly believe that a Landscape Architect should be able to use their flair and creativity within the industry to help the company continue to move in the right direction.
To support this they are offering a competitive salary between £30,000 to £40,000, plus a comprehensive benefits package including company pension contribution, private medical insurance, annual bonuses for good work, free lunches and voluntary gym membership. There may also be scope for flexible working hours i.e. early start/early finish to avoid rush hour traffic.