Recruitment Consultant , Glasgow
- SalaryMarket related
- LocationUnited Kingdom
We are proud to be working with key clients within the renewables industry and multi-disciplinary companies that have exciting and lucrative opportunities for ecologists to be based throughout the UK and Ireland.We are looking for a Principal Ecologist who is enthusiastic and looking for that next challenge. There is an amazing opportunity to help build a team in the UK whilst being a key part of driving our strategies with regards to Nature Recovery, BNG and Natural Capital. Individuals must have demonstrable experience as required for each role, to discuss individual roles available - reach out directly on 0141 212 4804 What does the role involve?As a Principal Ecologist you'll manage all ecological aspects of projects ensuring best practice throughout the processes at a high standard. You will have to prepare competitive bids and tenders, manage site surveys and approve ecology proposals and reports for both technical robustness and branding. Role responsibilities may include:Managing large/complex projectsLiaising with project managers and clients on the delivery of ecological requirements within multi-disciplinary tenders and projectsUndertaking desk studies and site based preliminary ecological appraisals, including detailed habitat surveys to accurately describe and map habitats and assess their potential to support notable/protected speciesAnalysis, evaluation, interpretation and presentation of ecological dataTechnical report writing including production of preliminary ecological appraisal reports, ecological impact assessments, and protected species licence applicationsPerforming the role of an Ecological Clerk of Works on construction projectsIn return you'll get to work on key projects, and we'll provide the support and development you need as you work towards gaining licences to work with different protected species. To be successful in this role you'll have:Experience in managing large/complex projects in the ecology sector within a professional consultancyA passion for inspiring and mentoring junior members of the teamProtected species survey licence (desirable)CIEEM membershipA thorough understanding of UK survey methodology following relevant legislation, guidelines and best practice.A degree in Ecology, Environmental or Earth Sciences or a related disciplineExperience conducting preliminary ecological appraisals (PEA), protected species surveys and/or habitat surveysReport writing experience including PEA reports, Ecological Impact Assessments, HRA's and protected species licencesEligible for CEnv/CEcolCurrent and full driving licence and willing to travel to sites.