Environmental Advisor

Civil & Structural
  • UK, North East, Durham
  • Permanent
  • Full time
  • Negotiable
We have an excellent opportunity for an experienced Environmental Advisor to join one of UK's largest building and civil engineering contractors with many years’ experience delivering world class projects across the UK and Ireland. This role is specifically located in Durham. Job Description: The role...
  • Posted
  • Deadline: 26.02.2024

Managing consultant

Nisa Hamid

Quote ref: 4762/26682

Quote ref: 4762/26682

Job description

We have an excellent opportunity for an experienced Environmental Advisor to join one of UK's largest building and civil engineering contractors with many years’ experience delivering world class projects across the UK and Ireland. This role is specifically located in Durham.  

 

Job Description:  

 

The role of Project Environmental Advisor will provide advice, guidance and coaching to the Project Team from construction to handover. This will require the completion of inspections, advisory reports, incident investigations, feedback, and briefings to sites. The role will be site based. The ideal candidate will audit and report on performance, whilst also being able to work as an advisor.  

 

As an Environmental Advisor you will:  

 

- Act as the primary environmental advisor on the project.  

- Lead / support on environmental incident investigation  

- Ensure that all personnel are aware of their statutory environmental duties and responsibilities, and to provide advice as and when required.  

- Provide advice and guidance to the Project Teams from construction to handover  

- Undertake site inspections, advisory visits, engagement tours to ensure site compliance  

- Assist and review the development of the Construction Environmental Management Plan  

- Collate and gather environmental data for contract Key Performance indicators to report to the client and the SHE team.  

- Able to demonstrate high standards of health, safety, environment, and wellbeing making sure these are followed and upheld across the team in line with the principles of LIFE (Living in an Injury Free Environment)

Requirements

- Ideally 2-3 years Environmental experience ideally within a construction / engineering background  

- You will be expected to have an environmental / ecological degree or similar  

- Ideally a member of IEMA or similar environmental body.  

- Ability to engage with site staff, the client, and environmental regulators.  

- Good IT skills to develop and write reports  

- Effective communicator with presentation and report writing skills  

- Ability to liaise with and influence staff/operatives at all levels  

- Analytical skills to interpret detailed information and regulations

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