Great opportunity for an Environmental Manager looking to collaborate with a Tier 1 client on a £507m major highway project. The new road will provide better connections between Milton Keynes, Cambridge, Bedford, and St Neots.
Several junction improvements will also be made, including a new three-tier junction allowing free flowing traffic onto the A1 and the new dual carriageway.
• Assist in the production of planning permission for schemes (review of environmental documentation e.g., environmental statement, flood modelling, noise modelling, ecology surveys etc.)
• Provide advice, support, and assistance to operational and project personnel to enable them to deliver and manage their environmental and sustainable responsibilities and objectives
• Assist the OU Sustainability Manager and wider Infrastructure environmental team in any best practice initiatives and delivering ad-hoc improvement projects
• Assist in the development and delivery of suitable environmental and sustainability training for all project staff
• Represent and promote the Environment Enabling Function in internal and external meetings, workshops, management reviews and forums - communicating best practice standards and initiatives
• Act as company environmental representative and lead with clients, local authority, and regulators, facilitating communication and collaboration
• Degree level in appropriate Environmental or relevant discipline
• At least 5 years' construction industry experience or relevant environmental experience in a similar sector
• Minimum Practitioner Membership with IEMA or similar professional membership
• Full driving licence and willingness to travel across projects/ contracts in region
• Competent IT skills • Deliver results
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