Salary: £27,000 to £32,000 depending on skills and experience, with general benefits. General hours of work are 40 hours per week, between Monday and Friday.

Location: Home Based. Travel will be required, hence a full clean driving licence is essential.

Chevron Green Services

Chevron Green Services is a leading provider of commercial soft estate and arboriculture services across the UK working with clients in both the public and private sectors.

You will be joining the professional and friendly Chevron Green Consultancy (CGC) team working remotely from home covering all work locations and clients.  Works will be for varied clients including Highways, Local Authorities, housing associations, infrastructure and private sector. Our work covers large parts of England and Wales from South Coast to Midlands area with flexibility and ability to spend nights away, driving to locations and ability to work remotely are key skills which would be essential for this role. Continued professional and personal development and training provided. Ideal home location Berkshire / Oxfordshire / Buckinghamshire, but not essential.

Qualifications, characteristics and experience: Essential

  • Qualified with a degree in a relevant scientific or environmental discipline
  • Knowledge of ecology, legislation, and survey techniques and the planning process
  • Minimum of 2 years’ experience of ecological survey
  • Ecological site survey experience (protected species surveys, Preliminary Ecological Appraisal (PEA) / Phase 1 habitat surveys)
  • Ecological Clerk of Works Experience
  • Self-motivated and able to work autonomously as well as part of a small team
  • Prioritise tasks and manage their own workload
  • Approachable, proactive, ambitious, and well organised
  • Excellent attention to detail and willingness to learn
  • Creativity, and IT skills

Qualifications, characteristics and experience: Desired

  • Protected Species Survey Licences (particularly bat)
  • Experience of delivering services within a commercially competitive environment
  • Ecological and wider environmental experience or habitat management
  • Stakeholder Engagement (such as Wildlife Trusts, Environmental Health Officers, Natural England, Heritage England, Environment Agency, Lead Local Flood Authorities etc
  • Data collation and interpretation experience
  • Good report preparation / writing skills

We seek a committed person with the aptitude, attitude to learn about the natural environment and put their current skills practical use in a challenging environment.

Contact us on 01544 260111 or consultancy@chevrongs.com.