Consultancy Manager- EMEC Ecology
How to apply:
If you’re a passionate and experienced ecologist with experience of developing and growing an ecological services business, then please follow the 'Apply Now ' link to apply via our recruitment partners Networx Recruitment.
If you have questions that are not answered in the supporting information please call 0115 958 8242 and ask for Alex Rogers, Senior HR Officer.
EMEC Ecology is an equal opportunities employer and positively encourages applications from suitably qualified and eligible candidates regardless of sex, race, disability, age, sexual orientation, gender identity, religion or belief, marital status, or pregnancy and maternity. As an employer we are committed to promoting and protecting the physical and mental health of all our staff
Interested? Find out more...
EMEC Ecology is a commercial subsidiary of Nottinghamshire Wildlife Trust, a leading conservation charity working at local and regional levels to secure a better future for wildlife and people.
We have the conservation and restoration of nature at our heart. When delivering our clients projects and objectives, we look for biodiversity net-gain wherever possible and through our ecology, land management and arboricultural services we deliver innovative solutions to benefit habitats and species.
We are currently seeking an experienced and passionate ecologist and business manager to join our senior management team as a Consultancy Manager. Working from our office in the heart of the creative quarter in Nottingham, you will be responsible for ensuring a wide range of projects are delivered to a high standard and managed effectively, taking an innovative approach to the development of our products and services. You’ll design and deliver a complex mix of projects, undertake fieldwork and lead the development of the consultancy, thinking creatively about business development and client management.
Our successful candidate will have significant experience of ecological surveys and assessments, including protected species surveys and licencing along with holding a survey licence for at least one protected species. You’ll also have experience of nature conservation advisory work and habitat evaluation along with experience of sourcing and interpreting ecological data. You’ll have excellent knowledge of habitats and species typical of East Midlands and you’ll have an excellent understanding of conservation legislation.
If this sounds like you and you’re passionate about conservation, we’d love to hear from you.
Closing date: Sunday 1st March 2020
Interview date: Wed 18th March 2020