Senior / Principal Air Quality Consultants
- Deadline: 07.03.2024
My client is one of the UK’s leading independent environmental consultancies, specialising in environmental assessments, planning, policy advice and sustainability. They are seeking an energetic, enthusiastic and dedicated Consultant to work within their Air Quality & Climate Change team in Central London, assisting with the delivery and managing of projects, helping to grow their business in this area as well as to further build the company's market presence.
The Consultant will report to a Director Air Quality Consultant and work closely with all internal teams and potentially with the wider group of companies. They will work primarily on air quality monitoring and air quality assessments for infrastructure and property projects. This will include air quality monitoring, data processing and reporting, atmospheric dispersion modelling and the use of Geographic Information Systems (GIS). The role will also support our Client's growing portfolio of climate change projects that include policy appraisals, technical advice and GHG emissions inventories and footprinting analysis alongside providing general support to their air quality and climate change projects. The successful candidate will be expected to work flexibly on both site and desk-based projects. They must be able to demonstrate an ability to work with a variety of clients, understand their needs, and translate these into presentable solutions. Responsibilities will include undertaking site visits to install, maintain and repair monitoring units, analyse and interpret data sets from various sources for use in assessment, and write technical reports. The successful candidate will have to be comfortable applying their knowledge to new situations and developing their skills to address future challenges and needs of both the business and the clients.
The Graduate Consultant will be expected to work with, and help-out where necessary, the rest of the Air Quality & Climate Change Team; and work alongside other teams within the business, including with the Noise and Vibration, Environmental Impact Assessment and Planning teams.
• have a degree in a relevant field. A second degree in a similarly relevant field would also be desirable;
• be able to demonstrate an understanding of environmental, air pollution and sustainability issues and have an interest in air quality and climate change;
• have a strong work ethic and be organised, flexible and motivated; and
• approach their work in a professional, enthusiastic and proactive manner.
Experience of any of the following would be beneficial:
• air quality monitoring;
• atmospheric dispersion modelling, particularly ADMS;
• Arc-GIS or QGIS
• handling and analysis of data in MS Excel or other software packages such as R.;
• carbon reporting; and/or
• environmental assessment.