Due to continuing success in the offshore wind sector, Wood is seeking a talented and motivated EIA Principal Consultant – Offshore project manager/EIA co-ordinator to join its offshore wind team based in London, Reading or Glasgow (other locations considered for the right candidate).
This is an exciting opportunity for you to play a key role in an expanding team. Woods unrivalled market position is built on our ability to deliver end to end solutions from site selection and consenting, through to design and delivery. Because we support our clients throughout the whole project life cycle, we act as trusted partner and as such have an extensive portfolio of projects and opportunities worldwide. This in turn means that we can offer exciting and varied career opportunities in the offshore renewables and wider energy transition space.
We pride ourselves in combining our industry wide DCO experience, digital EIA approach and associated innovative tools and in-depth knowledge of the wind sector to deliver cost effective solutions for our clients. Our team has a proven track record of delivering consents for high profile offshore wind projects and we are now in a position to expand the team to enable continued success in this exciting market.
The role will include:
The role requires excellent reporting and communications skills and the ability to work collaboratively within a team, seeking technical input from other disciplines to deliver carefully considered solutions to produce high quality work.
The successful candidate will have:
Wood is a global leader in engineering and consultancy across energy and the built environment, helping to unlock solutions to some of the world’s most critical challenges. We provide consulting, projects and operations solutions in more than 60 countries, employing around 45,000 people. www.woodplc.com
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