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Title  

Consultant Ecologist

Reference     (Please mention Stopdodo/Environment Jobs in your application)
Sectors   Nature Conservation, Ecology, GIS
Location   England (South West)
Town/City   Edinburgh and Bristol
Type   Fixed Term and Permanent Roles
Status   Full Time
Level   Mid Level
Deadline   07/04/2017
Company Name   SWECO
Contact Name  
Website   Further Details / Applications
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Description  

To assist the ecology team in the delivery of site surveys, mitigation, reporting and advisory work. Duties to include ecological surveys, desk study and report writing, mitigation design, site supervision, BREEAM assessments and liaison with internal/external clients and sub-contractors.

Project management of small sized/risk jobs and involvement in large schemes.

Outline of role:
• Provide consultancy services in relation to ecology by undertaking both office and site based work;
• Provision of ecological advice especially with regard to protected or invasive species;
• Site supervision during site investigations and construction programmes (Ecological Clerk of Works);
• Training to manage small projects independently. Develop the ability to undertake financial management of project tasks by acting as a task manager
• Undertake financial management of project tasks by acting as task manager/project manager.
• Develop and enhance existing skills in ecology.
• Support the preparation of proposal and tender documents
• Assist in general marketing on behalf of the Company and develop customer relationships
• Adhere to the company Health and Safety Policy

 
Qualifications required:

• Qualified to degree level, preferably to MSc level in a relevant environmental science

• Membership of the Chartered Institute of Ecology and Environmental Management (or suitably qualified to apply)

Experience required:
• Strong demonstrable ecological survey, assessment and report writing experience
• Previous experience of working with protected species. Possession of at least one relevant SNH licence an advantage
• The ability to communicate in a fluent and positive manner and produce clear and concise written documents in English
• Computer literate with skills in MS Office
Qualities required: • Ability to work on own initiative and seek assistance when required
• Ability to organise and prioritise workload to ensure that timescales are met
• Take responsibility for personal development and enable and support the learning of others
• Project a professional image to clients and colleagues
• Able to work collaboratively with others to form strong positive working relationships with colleagues, clients and contractors.
• Demonstrate pride in work, through accurate timely delivery
• Have good communication skills
• Be enthusiastic
• Able to work away from the office location in remote locations or on uneven terrain / aquatic environments

Interviews:
Interviews will be arranged in early April 2017

Further information:
For further information please contact Keith Ross (keith.ross@sweco.co.uk) or Jacqueline North (jacqueline.north@sweco.co.uk)

Please note that there is an incentive payment available for applicants who apply directly and are successfully appointed.
SWECO is committed to achieving equality of opportunity and welcomes applications from all sections of the community

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