Principal / Senior Consultant

APEM Limited
Stockport, Chester, Cambridge, Edinburgh, Cardiff, Oxford
Competitive salary based on experience + benefit package
08 Mar 2019
24 Mar 2019
Full Time
Contract Type

APEM is an innovative, award winning environmental consultancy specialising in freshwater and marine science, remote sensing and aerial surveys for the water and energy sectors. The ornithology team is a global leader in the offshore survey of seabirds, marine mammals and other wildlife, especially in the context of marine renewable energy.

About the role:

The successful candidate will have the opportunity to tender for new work and to suggest ways in which the team can diversify. You will help the ornithology team to deliver projects in the UK, Ireland, Germany, USA and worldwide.

Providing advice and technical expertise, you will work with environmental consultancies and other private sector companies, government agencies and regulatory bodies as well as other external stakeholders, as well as working with internal customers within APEM. You will also be responsible for providing high quality analytical and written support to the team, reviewing technical work, and will also have the opportunity to develop ideas for further work as well as find solutions to the problems faced by clients.

The role is primarily office-based, although site visits and client meetings will be required.

Our benefits package includes 25 days holiday (increasing to a maximum of 30 days in line with length of service), pension, company profit share, private medical insurance, health cash plan, group income protection, death in service insurance, childcare vouchers, cycle to work scheme, company maternity and paternity pay.

About you:

You will be a pragmatic individual who writes clearly and succinctly with a proven track record of data analysis and interpretation of information. You will have a desire to contribute to the development of renewable energy and the assessment of their impacts on wildlife in the UK and overseas.

You will be able to demonstrate a sound understanding of biology, preferably with a marine slant, with the ability to carefully and robustly analyse wildlife data in the context of anthropogenic factors. You will have experience of working as part of a team and it would be useful for you to have some knowledge of Environmental Impact Assessment and of the regulatory environment in which our clients operate.

Closing date: Sunday 24th March 2019.