Environmental Project Manager

Posted over 2 years ago
Location West Midlands
Contract Type Permanent
Salary Competitive Salary
Sector EIA
Posted over 2 years ago
Apply by Sunday, 5 July 2015
Wardell Armstrong are looking for an experienced Environmental Project Manager to join their team at West Bromwich and to be part of our 400 plus employees throughout our 11 offices. If you have experience of managing multi-disciplinary technical teams to coordinate EIA and non-EIA deliverables then we would like to hear from you. You will have exposure to a diverse workload, delivering to development clients within residential, commercial and energy sectors. Role: You will work closely with the Regional Director to deliver environmental project work within the West Midlands Region. Your brief will include: Coordinating internal and external multi-disciplinary technical teams to deliver EIA's and standalone environmental reports Supporting the Regional Director with business development activities to aid expansion of the environmental client base within the region Attending client meetings and communicating any changes in scope or design back to the project team Qualifications: The Environment Project Manager will have~: A relevant degree in an environment-related subject - (postgraduate degree desirable) Chartered membership of a relevant professional institution (do not have to be chartered if you have the correct level of experience) A proven track record in the delivery of EIA Project work and non-EIA deliverables An established network of contacts within the EIA field including clients and those within statutory authorities across the West Midlands - nice to have Experience of representing clients at public enquiry is desirable - nice to have not essential Extensive knowledge of relevant environmental legislation. The role would suit an experienced environmental professional who has a good understanding of a number of technical disciplines as well as their own specialism and is used to managing input from multi disciplines. Formal project management qualifications are not required, but a good understanding of the planning system and the level of technical information required to support EIA and non EIA development is. This is a permanent role, working 37.5 hours per week with a competitive salary, DOE and great benefit package