This vacancy is being advertised via Sigmar Recruitment (www.sigmar.ie).
For a full description, and application procedures, please click here.
A Senior Environmental Consultant is required to manage a team in a successful multinational engineering firm. The team of consultants will be required to deliver Environmental Impact Assessments, Environment Management Systems (EMS), environmental monitoring programmes, and permit applications and maintenance in a variety of business sectors including Pharmaceutical, Process, Energy, Oil and Gas and Infrastructural sectors, with a focus on waste water treatment and flood defence systems.
Role and Responsibilities:
• Manage a wide variety of multi-disciplinary environmental projects
• Carry out environmental site work
• Maintain successful professional relationships with our clients
• Undertake environmental site work and carry out EIA’s, collect of data and analysis of results
• Maintain overview and ultimate responsibility for tasks assigned by members of the team
• Recognised masters degree or minimum level of 2.2 in a related discipline
• In dept knowledge of the Irish regulations
• A minimum of 8 – 10 years experience as a Senior Environmental Consultant / Environmental team leader
• Proven record in report writing
• Full clean driving licence
• Excellent written and oral presentation skills
The ideal candidate will have:
• Post grad experience in environment system
• Knowledge with UK legislation and EU directives
• Experience in specialist computer software packages used in flood, air, drainage and noise aspects
To apply for this role please send your CV to firstname.lastname@example.org or call Colin Keogh on +353 (0)1 4744636 to discuss this opportunity further.
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