Are you an Environmental Advisor looking for your next challenge?
Look no further as the Thames Tideway project needs you.
The Environmental Advisor role will support the Environmental Manager in the delivery of the project's environmental requirements including the development, implementation and delivery of the EMS and all associated plans and CEMP.
The environmental advisor will also be responsible for the production and implementation of the SSCEMP on his/her relevant worksites and to advise worksite project manager on how to mitigate / control environmental and sustainability impacts at their sites.
Responsibilities as Environmental Advisor: Preparation of environmental management plans, including environmental topic specific management plans. Production of environmental assessment reports, tabulating data and preparation of charts, graphs, or sketches for reporting purposes and analysis of environmental data (including Key Performance Indicators) to identify, and where necessary, manage trends. Responsible for ensuring waste regulations and requirements are fulfilled. Work with subcontractors to ensure they comply with legal and contractual environmental requirements. Review of method statements and other technical documents including to ensure completeness and conformance to contractual and legal requirements. Responsible for ensuring consent's environmental conditions are being implemented on site. Inspection of facilities to monitor compliance with regulations and contractual obligations, as well as to verify compliance against consent conditions (e.g. Section 61, EA Environmental Permits, and Thames Water consents). Site supervision to monitor and record environmental performance and compliance undertaking inspections and audits of construction sites and sub-contractor operations
Experience required: Previous experience in a similar role (2 - 3 years) Construction site experience in infrastructure projects (2 years) Degree in environmental / sustainability based topic, or equivalent Practical experience of effective implementation of ISO14001 Production of environmental standards and site specific environmental management plans, including the identification of significant aspects and impacts Ability to monitor, report and analyse environmental KPI information and undertake environmental inspections to ensure where necessary corrective plans are successfully developed and implemented
Good knowledge and practical experiences on any of the following: archaeology, air quality, noise and vibration, water, contaminated land, waste, ecology or built heritage Experience of liaison with stakeholders including statutory bodies Associate member of the IEMA
Alternatively, if the role is not for you but you know someone who may be interested, we offer a £300 referral fee for every successful referred placement! Applicants must be eligible to live and work in the UK to apply for this position and CarmichaelUK is an equal opportunities employer and agency and welcomes applications from all. Should you require assistance to apply for any of our roles please call us on 0208 522 8888. We value and respect diversity and inclusion at CarmichaelUK. As champions of diversity & inclusion we ensure all applications are treated equally with opportunities available to all. By cultivating a culture where diversity is celebrated, we are proud to be an equal opportunities employer. CarmichaelUK places paramount importance on our inclusive recruitment philosophy so if you require any additional assistance please inform us upon application or call on 020 8522 8888. For the purposes of the Conduct Regulations 2003, when advertising permanent vacancies we are acting as an Employment Agency, and when advertising temporary/contract vacancies we are acting as an Employment Business APPLY NOW