Our client is a Landscape Arboricultural, & Ecological Consultancy. They are currently seeking an experienced senior ecologist to join their small team and undertake and manage a variety of field surveys. The role is based out of their office in Hampshire.
-Bat Survey Licence
-Four years' experience in ecological consultancy
-Competent undertaking Phase 1 Habitat Assessment and Protected Species Surveys
-Good knowledge of British flora and fauna
-Good understanding of wildlife legislation and the planning system
-Excellent report writing skills
-Experience of successfully applying for and implementing European Protected Species Mitigation Licences would be particularly desirable
-Full driving licence
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.
Independent Chartered Surveyors specialising in valuation, general practice, building surveying and architectural services across Southern England are looking for a Residential Surveyor to be based in Hampshire.
Responsibilities for the successful candidate will include:
> Assisting with and undertaking a range of general practice surveying duties including homebuyer reports, building surveys and valuations for a variety of panels, major banks and private clients
> Liaising with clients on a daily basis
> Promotion of the business through networking
The successful candidate must be a RICS qualified surveyor and an independent worker capable of prioritising their own workload and meeting deadlines. It is very important to possess a full clean UK driving license due to the requirement to travel for the role.
There are opportunities to progress within the organisation and a competitive salary and benefits package will therefore be offered to the right candidate including a car or car allowance.
Due to recent company expansion there are excellent career prospects for promotion in the near future.
My client is a well-established independent firm of Chartered Surveyors providing a wide range of high quality services.
Due to expansion they are looking for a Commercial Valuation Surveyor to join the team.
Responsibilities will include:
> Assisting with and undertaking commercial property valuations (including some residential work)
> Undertaking rent reviews
> Carrying out property searches and acquisitions
> Confident client facing
> Support to the Commercial Agency department when required
> Business Development and when networking
The successful candidate must:
> Be MRICS, AssocRICS or FRICS
> Demonstrate a working knowledge and understanding of commercial leases
> Confident, experienced in a similar role able to work to deadlines
> Able to work alone as well as part of a team
> Able to demonstrate a flexible attitude, good communication skills and embrace office working
> Full clean UK driving license
> A background in commercial agency would be an advantage
In return you will receive a competitive salary with a car allowance or company car with benefits.
Our Client, a well-established Multi-Disciplinary Consultancy who provide practical advice, using in-house specialists for a wide range of environmental projects. They are now looking for a talented Graduate/Assistant Ecologist to join their team in Hampshire.
As a Graduate/Assistant Ecologist the role will involve assisting on several high-profile projects. Undertaking protected species surveys, Assisting with writing reports, Liaising with clients and Desk studies.
-BSc in Ecology or a related discipline
-Experience in carrying out ecological surveys (GCN, Bat, Bird, Reptiles and Badgers)
-Phase 1 Habitat survey experience
-Full UK Driving Licence
The company are offering a Generous Salary ongoing training and Support.
Our client has been successfully delivering a broad range of water treatment and air hygiene management services they also specialise in Plumbing Installations and cleaning and descaling of heating and hot water plant.
Main Responsibilities / Role Overview:
To manage and develop existing Contracts
Provide technical advice to clients and upsell solutions with a consultative approach
Planning works to meet with contract KPIs
Ensuring works are undertaken to the appropriate standard and documented correctly
Database Management and working extensively with 'in-house' Legionella Control Management Software
Working with clients to resolve identified issues
Work effectively within a team environment whilst managing and developing the workforce
Mainly office based in Hampshire but client/site visits will be necessary, as required.
Working with and reporting to Directors.
The position would suit a well rounded career minded contract manager who is seeking to commit himself/herself to a small developing business. Significant long term rewards will be available to the right candidate.
Evidence of successful Contract Management - ideally with a minimum of 5 years Water Hygiene/Treatment experience, at least two years of which should be operating in the role of Contract Manager.
Degree calibre, with strong written and verbal communication skills.
Good technical and practical knowledge enabling efficient programming of water hygiene and treatment works.
Experienced in planning and organising works, including monitoring and maintenance contracts, remedial works and risk assessment programs.
Strong man management skills.
A comprehensive knowledge of a variety of Legal and Industry guidance documents.
Sales/negotiating skills would be advantageous.
An attractive package including company vehicle will be available to the right candidate which will be appropriate to their skills and experience.
Expected Salary Range - £28K - 35k depending on experience and skill set.
Company car or van.
Our client is a well-established Multi-Disciplinary Consultancy who are well known for their designs and executions of environmental projects. They are currently seeking seeking a Senior Ecologist to work out of their office in the Hampshire.
The Senior Ecologist should have:
-An ecological/environmental related degree
-Ability to complete Extended Phase 1 habitat surveys
-Preferably NVC or detailed botanical survey experience
-Extensive experience of surveying and species requirements
-In-depth knowledge of the bat licensing process and implementing mitigation
-Be experienced in protected species survey and mitigation
-Hold some kind of species surveying licence and have experience of the licensing process
-Excellent report writing skills
-Understanding of design, mitigation and habitat management plans
-Experience of programmes such as ArcGIS, CorelDraw and CAD or similar
-Experienced in undertaking EcIA and possibly HRA
-Project management skills
-Ability to train and mentor Junior Ecologists
-Member of CIEEM
-Full clean driving licence and access to your own car
In return, the company are offering an excellent remuneration package commensurate with experience. Included in this is the potential for flexible working hours and even part-time/working from home if absolutely necessary. They also offer a generous pension scheme and numerous other additional benefits.
Our Client offers independent and professional solutions to all issues that arise from the presence of environmental risks in buildings. With their simple clear approach, they help their clients regulate and eliminate risks in these areas.
Due to workload they are seeking graduates to train as environmental technicians specialising as asbestos analysts.
Our client is offering a great opportunity to become a qualified Asbestos Analyst.
The successful candidate will be provided training and experience through a staged development programme leading to formal BOHS / RSPH qualifications and a role within their Asbestos Analytical department. This opportunity will enable the candidate to develop a long-term career in the Asbestos industry.
This role will involve travelling from different sites to carry out air testing and using a microscope to count fibres in air samples. As an Analyst you will also be inspecting asbestos removal projects and certify the areas as safe for re-occupation after a formal process.
This role does require extensive travelling from site to site.
You will be joining a friendly company of professionals focused on excellent service to their customers and also be part of a good working environment.
To be considered for this position you will need a full UK driving licence, have an excellent work ethic and completed a degree in Chemical engineering, mechanical engineering, Chemistry or Environmental Science.
Our client provides a complete water hygiene and water treatment service, helping organisations meet the requirements of the Health and Safety at Work Act, the Health and Safety Executive's Approved Code of Practice (ACoP L8), HSE 274 part 2 and the Water Supply (Water Fittings) Regulations. They are now seeking a Legionella Risk Assessor based in Hampshire to visit clients and carry out risk assessments and make recommendations based on the results along with estimates and quotes.
Responsible for completing legionella risk assessments, risk assessment reviews and surveys for new and existing clients on hot and cold water systems, cooling towers and other associated water systems that are found on site
Work to agreed targets and deadlines and escalate urgent issues in a timely manner
Undertake on site surveys of client properties and produce reports, estimates and quotations to ensure maximum efficiency and legal compliance with the ACoP L8 and the Water Supply Regulations 1999
Maintain and build on customer relationships through on-going servicing, monitoring, sampling and regular reviews
Be capable of interpretation of surveys, recognise issues and be able to liaise with clients at Board levels as well as operator level
Identify areas for growth of products and services
Liaise with other departments with regard to business opportunities from the existing water services client base
Maintain knowledge of Legionnaires disease through training and continual improvement
Responsible for carrying out monitoring of tasks, sampling and record keeping in strict accordance with the ACoP L8 and Legionella control Association (LCA) statement of compliance
Undertake on site surveys of clients properties and produce reports, estimates and quotations
Escalate any concerns or issues with allocated jobs to prioritise or re-schedule work
Complete all administrative work associated with departmental requirements and keep accurate records of work
Establish and maintain effective working relationships with co-workers, peers, internal and external customers ensuring exceptional customer service standards are achieved
Carry out duties in parallel with the Water hygiene Standards of Service (SOS) 2005
Understand, comply and carry out function on accordance with company policies and procedures including Health & Safety
The successful candidate must hold City & Guilds Accredited Risk Assessment for legionella or equivalent, city & Guilds Accredited legionella Appreciation or equivalent, City & Guilds Accredited legionella Management for Water Systems or equivalent. Able to demonstrate a working knowledge of Approved Code of practice L8 Legionnaires Disease and proficient in completing risk assessment documents and surveys.
Must be able to demonstrate that you have a sound understanding of business goals and objectives. Evidence of excellent communication skills and excellent levels of customer service and interpersonal skills.
Must hold a full Driving Licence.
Our client is offering a competitive salary to the right candidate.
Our client provides a complete water hygiene and water treatment service, helping organisations meet the requirements of the Health and Safety at Work Act, the Health and Safety Executive's Approved Code of Practice (ACoP L8), HSE 274 part 2 and the Water Supply (Water Fittings) Regulations
They are now seeking to recruit a Water Hygiene Technician located in the Hampshire area.
The successful candidate will possess Level 2 NVQ Plumbing / City & Guilds Plumbing qualifications and previous experience of sampling or any associated fields would be advantageous
Job role for the successful candidate:
-Primarily be responsible for the service to water treatment sites in the Kent area and other areas, if required, for cooling water and steam boiler analysis and reporting to site engineer
-Trained on handling chemicals, dosing and control equipment, be able to trouble-shoot and resolve issues locally
-Have responsibility for monitoring tasks, sampling and keeping records on customers' properties and sites within the areas of Avon
-Demonstrate a working knowledge of the Approved Code of Practice L8 for the control of legionella bacteria in water systems
-Be responsible for cleaning and disinfecting hot and cold water systems, cisterns and cooling towers and associated systems and work to method statements issued
-Understand and be familiar with pre-treatment plant, especially base-exchange water softening and the principles of how they work, minor fault finding
-Work to agreed timescales for the duties, i.e. surveying and monitoring
-Build rapport with other departments in order to work co-operatively with them
-Be able to receive feedback in a positive manner and give feedback in the same way
-Undertake site surveys (once trained) of clients' properties and produce reports, estimates and quotations to ensure maximum efficiency and legal compliance
-Identify areas for growth of products and services
-Recognise cross-selling opportunities, wherever possible
-Maintain and build customer relationships through on-going monitoring, sampling and regular reviews
-Carry out all administrative work associated with departmental management requirements
-Liaise closely with other team members to ensure that the requirements of the Company are met with regard to the forward planning of labour
-Understand, comply and carry out their function in accordance with company policies and procedures
-Maintain knowledge and Legionnaires' disease through training and continual improvement as identified
This role requires you to have a full UK driving licence
In return our client offer a competitive salary with training & development opportunities, private health care, childcare vouchers and more
Our client has been successfully delivering environmental services for over 30 years. As well as providing a broad range of water treatment and air hygiene management services they also specialise in Plumbing Installations and cleaning and descaling of heating and hot water plant.
Due to company expanding they are now seeking a Water Hygiene Technician based in Hampshire.
This role will initially involve visiting multiple sites to undertake water system monitoring tasks which could include temperature recording, inspection of plant, cleaning and disinfection of hot and cold water services, water sampling and any other duties as required
The successful candidate must have good report writing and communication skills and hold a Full UK driving licence.
Our client is offering a very competitive salary to the right candidate
Our Client is an Award Winning Multi-Disciplinary Practice of Planners, Landscape Architects and Environmental Consultants with 2 UK offices.
Due to expansion of their Hampshire office they are looking for An Assistant Landscape Architect (£25 to £28k) and a Senior Landscape Architect (£35 to 40K) to join their team.
They offer an excellent benefits package including pension, additional holiday, car parking, payment of institute fees and would always encourage and provide mentorship for any candidates looking to embark on Pathway to Chartership.
The office in question work in the following areas;
Strategic Land Development
High End Residential Garden Design
Public/ private spaces around buildings
For a company portfolio and additional information on either of these roles and immediate consideration, please contact Adam at W5 Resourcing Associates for a confidential discussion.
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 recently Chartered Landscape Architect or Landscape Architect to join their Hampshire-based team.
The most important quality the right candidate will have is an ability for design, they will be experienced in hard and soft landscape design.
-Have experience in masterplanning, landscape planning and LVIA is essential
-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
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 addition you'll work with the Partners and support the Head of Department to ensure the efficient delivery of high quality work to deadlines.
In return, our client offers a friendly working environment, a competitive salary and a commitment to personal learning and career development