Are you passionate about improving the impact of construction projects on the environement? Do you want to work on exciting projects?
An excellent job opportunity for a Sustainability Manager to work for a leading international consultancy and construction company that has delivered signature world class projects since 1990.
What will you be doing?
Acting as key member in the ESHW (Environment, Health, Safety and Wellbeing) function, the Sustainability Specialist will support the Head of ESHW in delivering environmental expertise to the programme.
Evaluate and report on the impact the project is having on the environment and implement strategies to help minimise that impact. This includes analysing
Energy and water usage and resultant emissions
Materials used and the waste produced, including pollutants
Sustainable construction strategies
The project’s compliance with environmental legislation
Keeping up to date with current environmental and sustainability research and legislation via specialist publications, attending conferences and training courses in relevant areas; and following relevant social media groups.
Develop and manage the collation of KPIs and performance data to track improvements across our sustainability and social value initiatives and demonstrate our compliance to stakeholders.
Assist in the advancement of projects in areas of particular importance to the project.
Promote the project’s sustainability and social value strategy and initiatives to ensure engagement and involvement from all.
Support contract teams by being a focal point for environmental and sustainability queries as well as assisting with LEED and BREEAM Rating requirements.
Let’s talk about you….
You will have an experience working in a fast-moving project environment essential
SQEP trained for nuclear engineering/design/PM roles essential
Experience of nuclear or high secure sectors desirable
Experience in a similar role with a strong sustainability background.
Delivering BREEAM projects in the UK.
Interpreting BREEAM related information from architectural, mechanical, and electrical drawings and specifications.
Degree in an Environmental or Building Sustainability or related field.
BREEAM New Construction qualification.
Experience/qualifications in other assessment methodologies such as LEED, Well and Fitwell are desirable but not essential.
What do you get in return?
A competitive renumeration package along with excellent benefits including private medical insurance allowance, professional subscription or membership fee reimbursement, life cover, enhanced parental leave policy and flexibility centred around our social, health and wellbeing commitment that includes 2 volunteer days a year. You will also be working for a forward-thinking innovative business that will give you the platform to excel.
If you would like to hear more about the position, then we'd love to hear from you.