Here at Brindle & Green we strive to offer unique opportunities across all of our divisions, on occasion supporting the transition of people from their current career path into the environmental consulting sector. This is often achieved through the use of seasonal staff within our ecology division. ‘Seasonal ecologists’ work on bat emergence/re-entry surveys and GCN surveys and on ECOW and translocations during the spring/summer months. Sarah joined us in April 2022 after deciding to leave behind a career she loved in working with horses to forge a career in ecology consultancy. She began as a seasonal staff member all while studying for her degree in zoology at Derby University and got offered a full-time position over the winter period. We are extremely proud to offer Sarah a permanent, full time position as a graduate ecologist and look forward to helping support her progression in this new career path.
Our Technical Director Dr Lucie Sweet reflects on a recent CPD field trip attended by herself and others within the ecology department where its safe to say they got to see and handle plenty of bats – as well as get some impressive photos!
With the increasing demand on our contracting division, we are excited to announce the arrival of three new members of the contracting team!