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We have a number of vacancies available for Ecologists at various career stages, both based in our offices near or seconded (full or part time) into various projects with clients in the south west and Midlands.
Technical Director / Associate Director
We are looking for a technical guru to take on this role, which will involve a partial secondment into a major client’s offices in Birmingham
Principal / Senior Ecologists
These roles involve fieldwork, project management, SHEQ, and secondment opportunities
These roles involve fieldwork, project management and secondment opportunities
For more information on these roles please get in touch by completing our contact form or calling the office on 0330 223 1074.
We are looking to recruit a Senior Ecologist to work full time in our client's offices in Birmingham, working on a large infrastructure project. This is an opportunity to gain experience in the management of key ecological works on a nationally important project.
The position is 12 months fixed term and full time. It could be undertaken as a secondment or employed by Biocensus.
The role is to act as a bat survey lead within our client’s project team.
Key responsibilities will include:
- Oversee and manage bat survey work on the project
- Carry out assurance and technical review of bat survey outputs
- Use a range of data sources to determine where bat surveys are required for emergence/re-entry surveys, and transect surveys
- Provide support and guidance to ensure contractor compliance with consents and licences
- Co-operate in all matters relating to health and safety, including following safe working procedures at all times
- You will be expected to actively promote and embed Equality Diversity and Inclusion (EDI) in all your work, and support and comply with all organisational initiatives, policies and procedures on EDI
The successful candidate will have:
- A degree in a relevant subject as a minimum
- A high level of ecological knowledge, experience, understanding and application
- A minimum of 5 years’ experience of delivering successful bat survey programmes for development schemes, preferably large infrastructure projects
- A bat licence
- Broad knowledge of the ecological issues and environmental management
- Experience in reporting on all ecology matters to a high standard
- Demonstrable ability to work effectively in a changing, high profile environment and deliver to tight timescales
- Full membership of CIEEM and a full driving licence.
Salary: £40,000 - £45,000 per year dependent on experience.
Contract Type: Fixed term; full time. Option of contracted secondment or employment.
For an informal discussion about working with Biocensus, please contact Gavin Wilson: firstname.lastname@example.org (office tel. 0330 223 1074)
To apply, please complete the application form below.
Deadline for applications: 11 January 2019
To apply, please complete the form below.
A fantastic opportunity has arisen for an Ecology Team Administrator to join the team at our Stonehouse Office in Gloucestershire. The purposes of this role are to provide key administrative support for our large infrastructure projects and to provide logistical support to the ecology team.
Key responsibilities will include:
Managing the collection and submission of timesheet and expense data from our suppliers working on large projects.
Acting as a link between the operations team and the commercial team for project related matters.
Alongside members of the project teams, coordinating the work of the administrative assistant.
Supporting colleagues to develop and improve administration processes.
Acting as the first contact for phone and email enquiries that don’t go to a specific person.
Managing staff travel arrangements such as accommodation bookings, rail ticket, hire cars etc.
Acting as main liaison with the Bond’s Mill estate manager and disseminating key information.
Running the administrative account for the conference call system and supporting staff where necessary.
Managing office supplies (all offices, in liaison with local staff) and incoming/outgoing post (Bond’s Mill).
Supporting the Health and Safety Director to ensure safe working environments.
Liaising with central RSK functions to ensure local access to key documentation, such as insurance certificates.
Providing administrative and logistic support for the wider ecology team in consultation with line management.
Supporting the project teams with scheduling our network of suppliers to work on projects across the country.
Salary and benefits:
£ competitive salary
Contributory Pension Scheme
A flexible benefits programme including the option to buy additional holidays and private health care
Regular training and career development
For more information please call Harriet Baker, HR Business Partner on 07725 790908 or email email@example.com
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Further, retaining staff is the building block of a successful organisation. As a company, RSK wants to ensure you maintain a healthy work life balance, with many opportunities for flexible working hours, locality flexibility, social activities, and community involvement projects.
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