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      Browse the latest environmental engineering jobs below with a range of leading engineering companies.

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      Hydrogeologist

      • UK, North West, Lancashire
      • Negotiable, Full time, Permanent
      To meet our clients growing UK business needs and future development aspirations we are looking for a hydrogeologist experienced in hydrogeological assessments, particularly EIAs, and to be based in their Lancashire office. The successful person will become part of a respected and ambitious company with excellent career prospects and international opportunities. Primary Job Responsibilities You will be working on projects for a wide range of public and private sector clients. You will

      Senior EIA Consultant - Property

      • UK, Greater London
      • £34,000+ per year, Full time, Permanent
      My client is an UK wide environmental consultancy and they are currently looking to recruit a senior consultant - EIA Property for their London offices. My client is seeking an enthusiastic Senior Consultant to join their high performing property EIA team. The successful candidate will: • Be experienced in managing the EIA process and/or writing ESs for property development and regeneration projects. • Demonstrable experience of bid writing for property EIA

      Principal Engineer / Technical Director of Environmental Engineering

      • UK, Yorkshire and the Humber, West Yorkshire
      • Negotiable, Full time, Permanent
      Responsibilities: You will be leading projects for the Environment Agency, local councils and water companies and you will also work with other disciplines within the group to deliver projects for major infrastructure clients. Technical leadership of flood risk appraisal projects, including oversight of hydrological, hydraulic and environmental inputs Design team leadership including co-ordinating outline and detailed design of flood risk management solutions Appraisal of flood risk costs

      Principal Ecologist / Technical Director

      • UK, Yorkshire and the Humber, West Yorkshire
      • Negotiable, Full time, Permanent
      To meet our clients growing UK business needs and future development aspirations we are looking for a Principal Ecologist or Technical Director to be based from their West Yorkshire office. The successful candidate will become part of a respected and ambitious company with excellent career prospects and international opportunities. Primary Responsibilities Leading and mentoring a team of ecologists working on a variety of projects. Ecological project management. Business development.

      Principal Engineer - Environmental and Flood Risk

      • UK, London
      • Negotiable, Full time, Permanent
      Responsibilities: You will be technically leading projects for local authorities, water companies and major infrastructure clients and you will also work with other disciplines within the group to deliver projects for major framework clients. Technical leadership of flood risk appraisal projects, including oversight of hydrological, hydraulic and environmental inputs Design team leadership including co-ordinating outline and detailed design of flood risk management solutions Appraisal

      Principal EIA Consultant - Infrastructure

      • UK, Greater London
      • £45,000+ per year, Full time, Permanent
      About the role We are seeking an experienced EIA practitioner to play a management role in infrastructure projects and bidding, primarily transport infrastructure for our client. Client care is at the heart of the role, which will require you to achieving a balance between delivering projects and developing new opportunities. Your role in project delivery may be as project director, project manager, framework manager and/or technical lead. In business development you will spend some of your

      Hydrogeologist

      • UK, South East
      • Negotiable, Full time, Permanent
      Our client currently have an opportunity for a hydrogeologist / senior hydrogeologist within our hydrogeological team based in either Berkshire or Surrey/Greater London. The successful person will become part of a respected and ambitious company with excellent career prospects and international opportunities. Responsibilities will include; Desk based hydrogeological assessment. Identifying appropriate locations for new abstraction wells. Designing well installations. Designing pumping

      Project Manager - Environmental Services

      • UK
      • £55,000+ per year, Full time, Permanent
      Preferred Location - North East or North West. Other locations may be considered (Midlands or Northern Home Counties). This is a chance to join a team leading the delivery of Environmental Services projects including contaminated land (investigation, assessment and remediation), due diligence, environmental compliance and facility decommissioning projects for US multinational industrial clients. The individual should have a good technical understanding and experience in Environmental

      Aquatic Ecologist

      • UK, South East
      • Negotiable, Full time, Permanent
      Our client have an exciting opportunity for a Aquatic Ecologist/hydro-ecologist to join their team in either East Sussex or Berkshire on a permanent basis. A senior Aquatic Ecologist/hydro-ecologist is needed to play a central role in expanding the workload and reputation in delivering environmental and regulatory services for a range of public and private sector infrastructure development projects. Our client's current workload includes the production of environmental reports and ongoing

      IES Modeller & Energy Consultant

      • UK, South West, Dorset
      • £35,000+ per year, Full time, Permanent
      The candidate will model in IES domestic and non-domestic buildings to show compliance with Part L of the Building Regulations. They will produce energy strategies and coordinate with other members of the design team to ensure that the strategy can be met, and produce reports with their findings. They will carry out other pieces of modelling work to meet the requirements of the Code for Sustainable Homes and BREEAM (but do not need to be qualified in either).
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