Job Opportunity - Environmental Consultant (Circular Economy, Waste & Carbon)

A full time introductory technical post in a growing environmental consultancy focussed on resources, carbon and waste (e.g. circular economy, climate emergency, recycling/reuse/disposal). There is flexibility for home working, with visits to clients (as the role develops). This is a trainee role in environmental consultancy and will include a wide range of tasks in different types of project, as well as support with some administrative tasks. We also welcome applications from candidates with experience / any transferable skills.

We are a positive, understanding and flexible employer with a friendly, supportive team, details at We were established in 2008, and are specialists with an excellent reputation in our field.

This is a consultancy position, helping deliver projects for local authorities, central Government (and agencies) and the private sector. There is substantial scope for development within the company in a variety of areas.

We are looking for an individual with good Excel and data analysis skills, to join our growing team. The candidate should demonstrate good written work, to support our environmental modelling, consultation, procurement and strategy activities. The successful candidate will be able to manage their own time to contribute to multiple parallel projects. Previous experience is not necessary, but an interest in the environment is!

We encourage our staff in terms of professional development and provide training (in-house or external) where appropriate, and will support attainment of relevant Chartership status.

The role is a permanent full time position (37.5hours per week, over 5 days), with a 6 month probationary period. Please provide a CV accompanied by a covering letter setting out what you can offer to our company. If you have evidence of written work undertaken this would support your application.

Please send your application to (no phone calls please), by 5pm 26th May 2023.

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