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Divisional Director ( EIA/ Acoustics/ Air Quality/ Climate Change)

  • UK, London
  • Negotiable, Full time, Permanent
JOB DESCRIPTION JOB TITLE: Divisional Director REPORTS TO: Managing Director DIRECT REPORTS: Business Unit (Team) Leads (within their Division) 1. Role Description: The role of Divisional Director / Lead is to provide senior leadership across the Group working closely with other Divisional Directors / Leads to help the business achieve its goals and objectives as identified by the Main Board. This includes a key role in influencing the direction of the business and identifying business

EIA / SEA Director (Roads/Rail/Power/Utilities)

  • UK
  • Negotiable, Full time, Permanent
My client is a leading engineering and environmental consultancy. based in London. and they are looking for directors in one or more of Rail, Road, Aviation, Power, Utilities and Water sectors.. The Roles: We are seeking experienced EIA / SEA Directors to further strengthen our Infrastructure team, playing key leadership roles in . You will balance developing our business and infrastructure team with delivering projects and winning new work, ensuring the highest levels of client care.

Director - Planning / Environmental Economics

  • Remote working
  • Negotiable, Full time, Permanent
The Opportunity - My client is looking for an inspirational leader to lead and grow their Planning, Communities and Stakeholder Engagement team. This is a fantastic opportunity for anyone looking for a new and demanding challenge. Where they will have the authority, ownership and support to drive real-change and improvement at the team, divisional and business level. This role would suit those who want to work in an ethical and aspirational business, who want to make a positive and meaningful

Regional Director (Structures)

  • UK, London
  • from £65,000 to £75,000 per year, Full time, Permanent
Job Title: Regional Director (Structures) Location: London Salary : £65,000 - £75,000 The role will be involved with multiple projects, will include a varied workload whilst offering the autonomy to work individually, but will also assist in planning and managing appropriate resources to deliver projects. Reporting to a Director, you will provide support in delivering projects effectively to strict deadlines, whilst maintaining technical performance standards. Key

Technical Director - Highways

  • UK, East of England, Bedfordshire, Luton
  • from £60,000 to £70,000 per year, Full time, Permanent
Main Purpose of the Job An experienced Technical Director and integral member of the highways team working on all types of highways schemes from feasibility through to implementation. A key focus will be the development, leadership and delivery of the sector business plan for the region including management of existing client base both current and future. Reporting to the Divisional Director of the sector, the role holder will be responsible for working for this area of the business as well

Managing Director - Utilities / Construction /

  • UK, London
  • from £100,000 to £120,000 per year, Full time, Permanent
About the job My client is a privately owned global contractor offering innovative, cost-effective and socially responsible ground stabilisation solutions for residential, commercial and infrastructure customers, and has been operating in the UK for over 30 years. The business is growing rapidly and requires a UK Managing Director for its award winning residential sector to drive the scale, efficiency and profitability of its operations to enable significant expansion of the business. The

Climate Resilience Associate Director – Planning and Infrastructure

  • Remote working
  • Negotiable, Full time, Permanent
Location: Flexible, though very regular attendance at our London office is expected. Salary: Competitive, according to skills and experience Key Responsibilities: Overall develop and respond to opportunities related to climate resilience, working with the existing client base as well as new clients. The candidate needs an understanding national and local planning policy which relates to climate resilience/sustainability. Work collaboratively with existing and potential clients to
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