Wood is seeking to recruit a talented and ambitious Assistant Consultant Ecologist to join either our Newcastle upon Tyne or Leeds office. We offer an excellent salary package, including a company car for most ecologists, as well as a tailored training programme and great opportunities for career progression.
This is an opportunity to become part of a long established but still growing team of over 70 ecologists, delivering high quality services on projects in a variety of sectors, including transport; renewables; nuclear; other power; oil and gas; industry; waste, minerals; property and the public sector.
Wood is looking for an individual with some knowledge/experience in carrying out baseline ecological surveys, ideally in a consultancy environment. The role would initially be for a 6-month period with a view to make permanent depending on workload.
You will work closely with other ecology team members and with colleagues in other technical disciplines, on a wide variety of projects. This will include helping to organise and deliver surveys and producing/contributing to baseline ecology reports within an agreed project programme and budget. The role is likely to require travel to locations across the north of England.
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