This market leading UK contractor has a very accomplished track record in the Civil Engineering, Construction, Infrastructure and Rail sectors. Operating through multiple locations in the UK they are one of the few contractors who can offer their clients a turn key solution to all the projects they undertake. Having secured a number of long term frameworks and some technically challenging projects there is now an immediate requirement for an Environmental Clerk of Works across the Pembrokeshire area and surrounding regions.
In return our client is offering a starting salary in the region of £45,000 pa DOE plus an enhanced pension scheme, private medical insurance, a performance related bonus scheme and 25 days + stats holiday entitlement.
The position is full time offering the opportunity to develop, implement and support across the business a range of project and business sustainability strategies and winning future work.
Main Responsibilities & Duties;
As an Environmental Clerk of Works you will provide advice on ecological and environmental areas during the construction phases of the project. Typical issues include protected species, pollution, surface water management, material management, air quality and noise.
You will also be required to carry out the following;
Conducting ecological and habitat surveys, producing reports with recommendations for mitigation and site survey records.
Providing continued site checks for notable and protected species prior to clearance and destructive searches.
Monitoring sites and providing advice to the site construction teams regarding ecological constraints and mitigation solutions
Ensuring compliance with relevant legislation, planning conditions and associated documents (e.g. Construction Environment Management Plan - CEMP) and to help reduce risks and delays
Being a key point of contact for client and stakeholder relationship, working closely with staff and contractors from several disciplines, notably ecologists, hydrologists, planners and engineers, to provide an integrated ECoW service.
Having a good understanding of wider of ECoW complex issues and the ability to liaise with other specialists and Griffiths regional Environmental Advisor to raise issues and provide solutions.
Supervising contractors and ensuring compliance with protected species licence requirements and environmental protection measures
Requirements to be successful;
Experienced as an Environmental Clerk of Works, particularly on large civil engineering projects
Degree or Diploma in Ecology / Environmental discipline or other relevant qualification.
Have experience of a wide range of ecological issues relating to de-vegetation works, including protected species surveys and mitigation
Good knowledge and experience of environmental and sustainability managements systems, such as ISO 14001, ISO50001, ISO20400, BS8001
Manage own time to ensure that work is delivered on time and to the required standards.
Experience in Microsoft office (word, excel PowerPoint)
Full Member of CIEEM or equivalent
Full UK driving licence