Wood is seeking an experienced and driven consultant ecologist to join our highly experienced and friendly ecology team in our London (Canary Wharf) office, to support in the delivery of some exciting and varied projects.
This full-time role would provide an excellent step on the consultancy ladder for consultants looking to grow their career and experience with applications also open to experienced assistant consultants looking for the next step.
Why work for Wood?
The Wood ecology team is comprised of around 70 specialists, providing high quality ecological services on complex projects in a variety of sectors including transport, nuclear, power, waste, minerals, and property. In addition to these projects Wood are at the forefront of the energy transition and this is an exciting time to be joining us, with a growing number of interesting projects in the renewables and circular economy.
You will work closely with other ecology team members and with colleagues in other technical disciplines to design and deliver surveys to a high standard for clients. You will undertake a broad range of ecological survey work across our diverse project portfolio, acting as task manager and lead surveyor and being involved in technical report writing with opportunities to develop project management skills, business development and assisting in training or more junior members of the team.
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