Are you looking for a flexible and supportive Environmental Consultant opportunity within a people-focused and innovative consultancy with a long-standing history of providing excellence to the Energy Development sector and beyond?
If the answer to that is a yes, then this is the role and company for you!
CleanTech Talent are acting as an employment agency for our client who are one of the most valued consultancies in Scotland spanning multiple offices, offering cross-team projects, project management development and established yet continuously developing business processes.
You will receive guidance and technical support with specific training and mentoring in your chosen field combined with work ownership and a generous salary and benefits package.
What will you be doing?
You will be joining the highly respected team to support in the delivery of a variety of environmental and nature-based engineering projects.
You will support, manage, and deliver varied EIA and environmental planning projects and contribute to the development of our client's business-related offering, whether licensing, planning consent or permitting requirements.
- Leading/supporting EIA and environmental planning projects as EIA Consultant including including infrastructure, residential, ports/harbours, retail, energy & renewables
- Authoring and reviewing participation in team and client meetings, briefings and communications; regulatory consultation; technical research and reporting.
- Collaboration with multi-discipline teams across ecology, hydrology, land quality, environmental noise and air quality, terrestrial and marine and with our ECoW team.
- Preparation of scopes of work and costs for input to fee proposals.
- As the business requires, assisting in the delivery of other related environmental assessments, commensurate with experience and technical understanding.
- Contribution to business development appropriate to your experience, including initiating and participating in client meetings, networking events, conferences, and seminars.
- Mentoring responsibilities for junior staff
- Excellent prioritisation and time management skills, with the ability to manage numerous tasks concurrently.
- Demonstrable skill in report writing and reviewing, including an eye for detail, consistency, and clarity.
- Good communication skills and a desire to form successful relationships
What’s in it for you
- Salary £35,000 DOE
- Investment in your training and success
- Full project lifecycle work across a range of environmental disciplines
- Flexible hybrid working
- Established benefits of working with a dynamic and growing organisation
- Generous holiday allowance
- Training allowance
- Company Pension contribution
- Flexible weekly working hours promoting work-life balance
- Full time / Part time considered
Please apply with your most up to date CV or contact Hannah Foss or a confidential call