Senior Physical Processes Consultant
- Posted 02 May 2023
- Salary Competitive Salary (DOE)
- Job type Permanent
- DisciplineRenewable Energy & Infrastructure, Net Zero & Sustainability
- Contact NameDaniel Turrell
Job Title: Senior Physical Processes Consultant
Location: 4 days WFH / 1 day office based in either Glasgow or Buckfastleigh
Salary: Competitive DOE
An opportunity to join one of the UK's fastest growing environmental and geospatial companies. This firm offer a truly unique culture that is led by scientists and led by science.
As a senior consultant, you will have the opportunity to work in and help shape a rapidly developing company involved in some of the largest and most exciting infrastructure development projects in the UK. Your responsibilities will include providing technical support and advice to clients and project teams, technical data gathering and management and producing high quality reports for environmental impact assessments.
One of your key responsibilities in this role will be to provide technical advice, assessment and strategic direction for the existing clients and projects, offering specialist input on physical processes related workstreams. You will provide physical processes support on the UK project portfolio, contributing to and/or leading on stakeholder engagement.
As you progress in this role, you will become an experienced advisor in the marine sector, applying your experience of the interaction of marine developments with marine process regimes to ongoing and future projects. This is a chance to be part of an innovative and dynamic team, working as part of an environmental and planning consultancy who are transforming infrastructure.
Please note that due to the company's desire to regularly work together face-to-face as a team; the successful applicant needs to live within a commutable distance ofthe Glasgow or Buckfastleigh office as time in office is required (1 day per week); the rest of the time you will work from home.
A degree, (preferably MSc/PhD level) in a relevant discipline (geo-sciences, oceanography, etc.)
Excellent written and oral communication, organisational and time management skills
Working knowledge of the technical assessments underpinning marine processes work (e.g. numerical modelling, sediment plumes and hydrodynamic assessments etc.), ideally related to offshore wind development
Understanding of marine and coastal processes, including coastal behaviour, seabed mobility, seabed features and the interaction between oceanography, sedimentary and geomorphological processes
Demonstrated experience of working with physical process datasets
Experience of applying marine physical processes advice and assessment in an EIA context, derived from a relevant career in consultancy, research or working for government
Familiarity with commonly used numerical modelling packages (for example MIKE-21, Delft-3D)
A professional manner, with strong inter-personal skills and an ability to communicate at all levels both within the company and externally.
Experience of working within the planning process, ideally in England, Wales, or Scotland
Experience working with regulators and stakeholders.
Please feel free to reach out to me directly at email@example.com