You will have experience of presence/absence surveys for GCN, bats, reptiles and badgers as a minimum.
Bat building assessments and basic PEA’s will form the basis of your early work with us whilst you develop a level of competency in Phase 1 surveying.
Species licences are not an essential component of this role but a commitment to additional learning outside of your working week in an attempt to secure licences is considered desirable.
You will either hold or demonstrate your ability to hold an appropriate level of membership of CIEEM.
Package includes; circa 47 days a year holiday including bank holidays, company mobile, laptop, business expenses, first aid training and training budget, professional membership fees.
We operate monthly training days that sometimes include practical conservation tasks, lunchtime CPD including internal and external training.
Tom Hough, Brindle & Green’s Head of Archaeology & Heritage, explores the captivating history of the village where our offices have been based for the last 9 years whilst our Graphic Designer, Nadine Tunnicliffe takes her own perspective on the landscape around us with a series of beautiful photographs taken one early autumn morning.
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!