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109 The Print Rooms London SE1 0LH Mattinson Partnership Associate Carbon & Climate Impact Assessment Consultant
Reference #: 20957_1652109449
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Salary: £30000 - £50000 per annum
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Type: Permanent
Posted On: 09/05/2022

This is an exciting opportunity to join an international multi-disciplinary consultancy as part of the Net Zero Team at a ranked Top 10 UK consultancy. This team, made up of 20 individuals across the UK, is a concentrated division within the wider 300-person Sustainability and Climate Change Department. The services covered range from corporate net zero strategy, energy decarbonization, as well as carbon scoping, calculating and reporting.

About the Role

This position is open to one of 17 UK offices, with a hybrid structure enforced. You will help lead and develop carbon and climate impact assessments across a wide range of sectors, with a focus on transport infrastructure and buildings. These projects could be UK or internationally focused. Importantly, you will work in conjunction with internal design divisions, including buildings and transport, to produce low carbon designs. You'll be responsible for project managing several tasks, including the design, delivery, liaising with new & existing clients, proposal winning and supporting more junior members of staff along the way. If you're looking for a position with plenty of responsibility in conjunction to a strong technical foundation, this role is suitable.

Decarbonising infrastructure projects is the key to this role, so we are looking for a candidate with:

  • 3+ years experience in either carbon consulting or accounting
  • Demonstratable history of working on Impact Assessments relating to carbon and/or climate resilience
  • Knowledge of IEMA guidance and EP4 requirements
  • Detailed understanding of GHG Protocol, ISO 50001, carbon footprinting methods and PAS 2080.
  • Clear and effective communication abilities allowing you to successfully present to key stakeholders (internal and external) as a Carbon EIA expert
  • Project management capabilities allowing successful delivery on a tight budget and time frame
  • Good management abilities; guiding junior staff members in a supportive manner

Offering a competitive salary, and flexible working policy, this is a fantastic opportunity to work on a range of national international projects in a leading organization. Apply directly or give me a call on 0207 960 2581 to find out more. Alternatively, you can reach me on

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