Associate Director - EIA / Environment

Scotland (nationwide)
Industry Sector:
Renewable Energy jobs, Environmental Jobs, Environment Jobs, Renewable Jobs
Job Category:
Environmental Consultant
Job Type:
Full Time
Education Level:
Please see job description
£65,000 to £80,000 per annum
Start Date:
Mattinson Partnership
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An opportnity for an Associate Director, experienced in Environmental Consultancy / EIA, has opened at a gloval multidisciplinary engineering team covering Civil, Structural, Geotechnical & Environmental disciplines. Joining the Edinburgh team to primarily focus upon Renewable Energy projects.

As Associate Director you will be involved in a wide range of projects throughout the UK. We encourage and develop our people and provide them with a varied workload and the autonomy to work individually, as well as giving them the opportunity to make a valued contribution to the team.

Reporting to the Manging Director, you will support them in delivering projects effectively to strict deadlines, generating new business whilst maintaining technical performance standards.


* Assist the Director and other Directors in leading, managing and taking responsibility for the technical and commercial performance of the company and your team.
* To keep abreast of industry best practice and new developments in own area of technical expertise.
* To develop and maintain an effective network of contacts and participate in industry events (seminars, conferences etc).
* Manage all technical and commercial aspects of commissions.
* Set and maintain technical standards.
* Technical review and approval of junior team’s reports / work.
* Deliver required financial and other targets; and to comply with all safety and IMS procedures and ensure that staff do likewise.

Qualifications / Requirements:

* Bachelor’s degree in relevant field (Masters’ preferable)
* Chartered Engineer
* Have experience reviewing statutory environmental statements and co-ordination of statutory EIA.
* Experience of technical reporting in an environmental discipline.
* Able to demonstrate a good understanding of different technical areas of expertise, such as habitats regulations, planning or environmental design.
* Have the drive and self-motivation to continuously develop your skills & others skill sets.
* Be able to demonstrate strong interpersonal skills and team leadership qualities.
* Ability to apply technical knowledge in analysing problems and creating solutions,
* Excellent verbal and written communication skills with a strong attention to detail.
* Ability to lead and motivate staff by example, consistently reliable and have a responsible attitude to work.

If you would like to apply,submit an up-to-date CV to the link on this page. Alternatively, for a discussion around the role, contact Damon Gormley on 0207 960 2586.

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