Job Tittle : Senior EIA Consultant
Location : Manchester
Salary : £35,000 - £43,000
About the role
My client is seeking an experienced EIA practitioner to play a management role in infrastructure projects and bidding, primarily transport infrastructure for their own client. You will be comfortable introducing a range of relevant propositions including infrastructure route appraisal, Environmental Impact Assessments, pre-planning or construction environmental monitoring/management.
You will use and actively develop a network of contacts in client organisations (e.g. transport project promoters and contractors), strategic partners and other collaborators to win and deliver work. You will be supported by and work closely with colleagues across the company.
The Senior Consultants will report to the EIA
Property or Infrastructure team lead and work
closely with all internal teams and potentially with
the wider group of companies.
We are looking for experienced EIA project
managers to manage and deliver EIA’s. The
applicants would need to be client focused with a
positive and proactive attitude, excellent
communication skills and happy to work as part
of a team.
The successful candidates would be expected to
have excellent project management, report
writing and client liaison skills with a keen eye for
detail and a positive attitude towards business
development. They will lead or contribute to
proposals and projects of all scales. Their role
within project delivery may be as project director,
project manager, framework manager and/or
Responsibilities will include the coordination and
preparation of a variety of EIA projects including
the technical reviews, financial management,
preparation of fee proposals, management of the
review process and training / mentoring of junior
members of the team.
My client expects the successful candidates will:
• Ideally have 5+ years of client-facing
• Have project management experience
and ability to confidentially instruct and
support more junior members of staff.
• Demonstrable experience writing
proposals and delivering EIA projects.
• Have excellent report writing skills.
• Be confident and enthusiastic with
excellent communication skills, having the
ability to liaise at all levels.
• Be degree-educated.
• Be able to work under their own initiative.
• Have Associate Membership of the
Institute of Environmental Management
and Assessment (IEMA) and working
towards Practitioner Member
Experience of any of the following would be
• Project management qualifications such
as APM, Prince 2 etc.
• A specialist in one or more of the
traditional EIA disciplines, planning or
• Developing and implementing
environmental management plans/CoCPs
(or equivalent) to support construction
property development projects.
• Commercial awareness and familiarity
with managing budgets as part of project deliverables