HSE JOBS: Environmental Site Advisor Allen – York Ipswich


Environmental Site Advisor Allen – York Ipswich

Job Type: Contract

Location: Ipswich, Suffolk

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Allen & York has been engaged by an engineering company looking for an Environmental Site Advisor to work initially on a twelve month contract (with the opportunity to extend this depending on requirements) on an offshore wind farm project, but the candidate will be based in East Anglia with daily travel along the cable route.

The following skills and attributes are required, and the top four bullet points are essential:

  • a degree in an environmental related discipline and preferably a second degree
  • at least five years’ experience managing linear construction works
  • experience of managing air quality and noise from construction works
  • a solid understanding of land agreements and third party agreements, consent planning and/or discharge conditions
  • a CSCS card
  • a full, clean driving licence is required
  • a good understanding of H&S legislation, in particular related to construction projects
  • you will be the environmental expert supporting the Project Team, ensuring compliance with environmental legislation
  • you will be conducting site inspections and audits (an auditing qualification would be expected)
  • provide any training that’s needed to non environmental team members
  • production of risk assessments and review of these if necessary
  • an understanding of Development Consent Orders (DCO)
  • coordination with the Lead Environmental Advisor, Manager and ECoW to feedback any issues and work with them to resolve these
  • waste management experience as you will be required to complete a monthly SMARTWISE review

To Apply

Apply through the link below or contact the recruiter through: kpereira@allen-york.com



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