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109 The Print Rooms London SE1 0LH Mattinson Partnership EIA Environmental Consultant (Consultant - Senior - Principal)
Reference #: 20424_1659453545
Salary: £35000 - £65000 per annum
Type: Permanent
Posted On: 02/08/2022

Mattinson Partnership has been exclusively retained in the search for an EIA Consultant of varying grades at a leading global multidisciplinary consultancy.

Candidates will have the responsibility of supporting the Environmental Assessment team in the managing and delivering of environmental consultancy to a full range of clients, in particular the technical input into EIA's. This role has potential to take you across the UK and if necessary, internationally for projects across a full range of clients and sectors.

Locations: London, Reading, Newcastle, Glasgow, The Midlands or Bristol, with flexible working options available.

About the role

  • Overseeing high profile EIA projects both nationally and internationally.
  • Conducting research to stay on top of the current EIA and infrastructure planning.
  • Aiding in project management activities such as risk management, quality assurance and financial tracking.
  • Ensure the technical co-ordination of EIA's is delivered, touching upon Screening Requests, Scoping Reports, Preliminary Environmental Information Reports and Environmental Statements.
  • Aid in the winning of projects for the EIA team, including helping produce high quality proposals.
  • Mapping out potential new clients to help business development.

About the company

  • A renowned global multidisciplinary that has been providing consultancy, projects and operation solutions across the energy and built environment.
  • Have approximately 45,000 employees in over 60 countries.
  • An established EIA team who have a history in large infrastructure projects that span a range of sectors, including nuclear, onshore and offshore wind, airports, transport and the national grid.
  • Having a flexible approach to working from home. They also do not adhere to linear career structures; it gives you the opportunity to explore different aspects of your career path.
  • Offering support and ongoing training along with regular reviews to help support your career growth.

About you

  • You will have an environmental related degree, with an emphasis on EIA and/or SEA.
  • Experience working in the UK in a similar position, so to have a comprehensive understanding of the relevant environmental legislation.
  • Proficient communication skills both verbally and written.
  • Be working towards or have ambitions to achieve a Full/Chartered membership of IEMA, or a full project management role.
  • Competently cultivate and sustain valuable relationships with clients and internal and external project stakeholders.

If you are in the field of EIA, but think you may not have enough years of experience, we still want to hear from you.

To discuss this position in more detail, or indeed the EIA market in general, please do not hesitate to call Georgia on 02079602583 or alternatively email a recent copy of your CV We respect the need for absolute confidentiality and offer every assurance that your application will be handled with the highest levels of professionalism.

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