Graduate Environmental Planner (Energy) London/Reading 2024
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We have an exciting opportunity for a Graduate Environmental Planner to join our team in Reading or London.
Our work in the energy and resources sector includes iconic hydro power and pumped storage schemes, conventional and advanced thermal power generation, recycling systems and mining and minerals.
Day-to-day you could be producing Supporting and collaborating with senior members of the environmental teams conducting environmental planning reports, EIAs and environmental management studies, audits, assisting in the preparation and submission of planning applications and monitoring the progress post-submission.
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As an individual, you’ll have a keen interest in the energy sector, and passion for sustainability as well as:
- A relevant bachelor’s degree in environmental discipline / planning
- A collaborative worker, ready to liaise and seek advice from other technical disciplines across the company
- Eligible to live and work in the UK at the time you start employment.
Desired but not essential
- Previous experience via a summer placement or internship.
- MSc in Planning/ relevant subject
Your application journey
Our graduate application process is as follows:
- Online Application
- Online Video Interview and Aptitude Tests
- Face-to-Face Interview
We are an inclusive employer and want to ensure all our applicants have the same opportunity for success. Please inform us of any support or reasonable adjustment you may need as a result of a disability, long-term health condition, neurodiversity or other personal circumstances, to enable you to perform to the best of your ability during the recruitment process (for example extra assessment time, visual adjustment, special access request).
Please contact a member of our talent team if reasonable adjustments are required. Our email is Careers.UK&I@stantec.com and a member of our team will be happy to assist.