Environmental Planner - National Consultancy


Bristol, UK

£Market leading salary and benefits package

Due to a period of continued success, my client, a well respected multi-disciplinary Consultancy are looking to recruit an Environmental Planners for their Bristol office.

This would be a fantastic opportunity for someone who lives in the region who is looking for a position with unrivalled career progression or someone looking to relocate to an attractive rural location with great schools, local amenities and transport links into Cheltenham, Oxford and Bristol.

Operating from multiple offices across the UK and specialising in all aspects of the planning process, the company prides itself on providing a service that is second to none.

The role

As a senior member of the environmental planning team you will co-ordinating Environmental Impact Assessments (EIA), support Associates/Directors as well as manage project workload. In addition, you will assist with business development and mentor junior staff.

Job requirements

You will be a Chartered Environmental Planner (CEnv) with a minimum of 5 years’ industry specific experience. You will be expected to contribute to business development so you’ll need to be a confident communicator with experience in client engagement and lead generation.

The reward

The consultancy offer a market leading salary and benefits package (including a car allowance). They have an excellent name for investing into their staff through regular CPD and appraisals to help you achieve your career goals.

Interested?

My client has been established for nearly 15 years and is now recognised as a leader in the development sector!

This is an exciting opportunity that can provide excellent (and rapid!) career progression and exposure to a range of project work including large scale strategic developments.

Please register your interest below by clicking ‘apply’.

For further information on this role or others in the region, please contact me on 01792 365 101 or matt.fraser@penguinrecruitment.co.uk

published: 15 December 2017     Please mention EARTHWORKS when responding to this advertisement.