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Manchester, North West England 109 The Print Rooms London SE1 0LH Mattinson Partnership BREEAM Assessor
Reference #: 20681_1629801596
Location: Manchester, North West England
Salary: £ - £ per annum
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Type: Permanent
Posted On: 24/08/2021

BREEAM Assessor

An exciting opportunity for BREEAM assessors of varying abilities to join a leading global engineering consultancy company based in either Leeds or Manchester. Salary DOE.

About the Company

  • A Global engineering consultancy company which provides services across several domains including the likes of construction, science and technology.
  • Works with top consultants in the field who specialise in various stages within the life cycle of the projects.
  • Operating in over 400 locations, employing over 21,000 individuals worldwide.

About the Role

  • Working within the Sustainability team, you will be required to undertake BREEAM assessments throughout the project life cycle.
  • Supporting assessments with evidence from the design to construction stages.
  • Work responsively with both clients and other employees within your own team as well as company wide.
  • Draft statements regarding sustainability status endorsing planning applications.
  • Draft DREAM assessments for MOD projects.
  • Meeting DIO obligations by completing MOD Sustainability appraisals.

About You

  • Must be a qualified BREEAM assessor.
  • Have experience in the field and are confident when communicating with clients regarding their BREEAM assessments.
  • Competent in understanding and translating electrical, architectural, plumbing and mechanical information into BREEAM assessments.
  • Eclectic range of experience amongst different fields.
  • BSc or MSc in a related field.
  • Familiar with the building design industry.
  • Strong interpersonal skills utilised with clients and team members.
  • Written and verbal skills are of a high standard.
  • Microsoft Office and Windows proficient.
  • Excellent time management skills and comfortable working autonomously.
  • Flexibility to work across several projects.

This position is open to multiple grades from grad roles through to associates. For the more senior positions, candidates must be qualified BREEAM assessors and be able to demonstrate technical application of BREEAM alongside alternative sustainability tools within the construction industry. Public and private sector experience is also necessary for these roles.

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