Graduate Environmental/EIA Scientist 2021
We believe real value is powered by the unique skills and experiences of our professionals. The interchange of ideas from a diverse group of people gives our teams an expanded perspective and the ability to find better solutions for our clients. Black & Veatch helps to improve and sustain the quality of life around the world. Every day, we’re doing work that improves lives, sparks economic development, strengthens public health and changes communities for the better.
Binnies is one of the UK's leading engineering and environment consultancies, specialising in water sector and environment projects. We are seeking a full time graduate Environmental Consultant to join our growing multi-disciplinary Environmental team. The role will be based in with our Chester, Bradford on Avon or Redhill Offices.
Key aspects of the role will include:
- Environmental Impact Assessments (EIA) - assisting with undertaking all aspects of EIA at all stages of the project, including SEA, feasibility, screening/scoping, reporting;
- Writing supporting documents for planning applications and other environmental consents;
- Providing general environmental support on a wide range of projects including fluvial and coastal flood risk management, water utility, rail, renewable/ energy projects and other large scale infrastructure;
- Supporting environmental fieldwork;
- Environmental Clerk of Works roles;
- Liaising with project teams, clients, stakeholders and the public as required.
The role will also include the opportunity to develop an environmental specialism such as water or natural capital. We have an active Graduate Training Scheme and Environmental Community of Practice and will support you through the various levels of professional membership to eventual Chartership. We will also encourage your development by providing field experience, mentoring and training as required.
- have an environmental related degree;
- have or working towards membership of IEMA or similar professional institute;
- have a sound understanding of EIA;
- have excellent written and oral communication;
- enjoy innovation and embracing advances in technology and ecology;
- hold a full UK driving licence.