Wood is currently looking to recruit a Principal Air Quality Consultant to be based in either our London, Knutsford, Reading, Bristol, Birmingham or Newcastle office.
The Air Quality Team has an established track record and an exciting portfolio of contracts and clients in the UK and overseas.
Our team delivers a range of exciting and varied projects across Europe, Middle East, Africa and Asia. We work in multi-disciplinary teams delivering solutions to a broad base of client sectors including oil and gas, mining, water, government and transportation. There are opportunities to support our clients not only through EIA and planning related services but through standalone air quality projects including monitoring, due diligence, occupational exposure assessments, risk management, emissions monitoring, the drafting of good practice guidance, permitting and policy.
Due to the continuing success of our team and our growing expansion into international markets, we currently have a vacancy for a motivated, air quality professional with a proven track-record of successful delivery of Air Quality projects to key public and private sector clients with a focus on industrial air pollution control who wishes to advance their technical, project management and business development skills.
You will be providing technical inputs to air quality and carbon emissions inventories projects in the UK and overseas (overseas travels will be required). You will be required to:
Take responsibility for the health, safety and wellbeing of staff reporting to you and working on your projects.
Skills / Experience
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