Permanent Environmental Advisor required for one of the UK's leading civil engineering and infrastructure contractors, to be based on a major infrastructure project in London.
My client is a reputable company with a strong forward order book of works and involved in several long-term frameworks, with the ability to offer the opportunity for future growth and development.
This is an exciting opportunity for an ambitious and hard-working individual to join a well-established and successful main contractor and to work on prestigious, high profile projects.
As Environmental Advisor, your duties and responsibilities will include (but will not be limited to):
- Conducting field surveys, collecting data to establish a baseline condition for levels of pollution or contamination for a site.
- Assessment of data, using software-modelling packages to identify whether contamination exists in accordance with current legislation.
- Completion of detailed scientific reporting, written in a manner that can be understood by non-technical people.
- Communicating with clients, regulators and sub-contractors.
The successful candidate will ideally be degree educated and a member of IEMA, preferably with previous experience as an Environmental Advisor working within the construction industry. Applicants must be able to demonstrate that they possess the knowledge and skills to identify whether land, air or water is contaminated, by means of desk-based research and field work, and then to undertake an assessment to identify if that contaminant source can have an adverse impact on a receptor.
Salary: £30,000 - £45,000 (depending upon level of experience) plus package.
Please contact Chris on 020 3680 0650 to apply or for further details.
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