EIA Consultant

  • Full Time
  • Glasgow
EIA Consultant(×1)
Glasgow
£21-28k
Description: About Us:

Our client is an Environmental Consultancy. Established as a private limited company in 1995 and has grown to have a permanent team
of over 50 with a range of specialist staff located at our Head Office in Glasgow and in other locations across Scotland. We are a commercial consultancy delivering innovation through experience and commercial and
academic excellence.
We are now looking to recruit a motivated, commercially aware EIA Consultant to join our friendly team and to build on our existing and growing EIA portfolio. We provide consultancy to a broad spectrum of
private organisations, in areas such as housing, ports & harbours, energy
transmission, renewables, and industrial. We also provide advice to public
sector clients covering healthcare, education and research.
The role:
Full time permanent position (with 6 month probation), based at our main
office in Glasgow.
The post will involve:
Coordination, management and writing relevant sections of Environmental Statements / EIA Reports across a range of sectors, including the overall production of the Environmental Statement / EIA Report;
Support to the Environmental Assessment team in developing new business opportunities and writing tender proposals for EIA projects across a range of sectors;
Co-ordination of and interaction with a busy multi-disciplinary team across
Scotland; and Acting as a regular client interface.
The candidate:
You will have:

At least 3 or more years’ proven UK EIA consultancy experience, having been closely involved in the project management of EIA and in compiling Environmental Statements. Scottish experience is an advantage;
An ability to think commercially and work cross-company;
A relevant undergraduate degree (with additional MSc preferable) and Associate membership of the Institute of Environmental Management and Assessment (AIEMA);
Proven skills and experience in project management, and the ability to produce written reports to a high standard. Examples may be requested;
Excellent attention to detail and strong understanding of quality systems such as ISO 9001;
A good understanding of EIA legislation and the Scottish planning system;
Proven experience with clients, internal multi-disciplinary teams, subconsultants and regulators, with associated strong and confident
communication skills.
It would also be an advantage, but not essential to have the following skills:
Direct experience of the Scottish planning system – for example submission of planning applications, discharge of conditions, writing of Planning Statements etc.;
Some experience in assisting another technical discipline (e.g. ecological survey, noise, air quality); and/or
GIS experience in ArcGIS.

To apply for this job email your details to chris@rsoltd.com