Salary Range : £32,000 - £42,000+
City : Central London, Manchester and others considered
Temple is one of the UK’s leading independent infrastructure and property consultancies, specialising in environment, ecology, planning and sustainability. Working with our clients, and with a team comprising many recognised industry leaders, we work on many exciting, complex, challenging and globally relevant projects, programmes and schemes and are proud of our many and varied achievements. We provide a bespoke professional service to clients so that they can make the right decisions and achieve the best outcomes, and we do this by leveraging our experience and breadth of skills alongside our insights, commitment, and ethical approach.
Our work portfolio includes: Environmental Impact Assessments (EIA) and other support for HS2, Transport for the North and Transport for London; iconic large scale property developments and urban regeneration schemes (such as Barking Riverside and Bishopsgate Goodsyard in London); support to construction of the Northern Line Extension, HS2 and Euston Station. We carry out a wide range of bespoke planning and environmental assessments – everything from air quality monitoring, Environmental Statement reviews, through to expert witness support in relation to aviation noise.
We are seeking energetic, enthusiastic and experienced consultants across a range of grades to work within our Environmental Impact Assessment Infrastructure team, delivering and managing projects and helping to grow our business in this area as well as to further build Temple’
The positions are for enthusiastic and motivated Seniors and Principals who will be part of our EIA teams, with specialisms in infrastructure and/or property EIA.
Applicants need to be client focused with a positive and proactive attitude, excellent communication skills and happy to work as part of a team.
All roles will work closely with our internal teams (including Acoustics, Air Quality, Digital Delivery, Ecology and Construction Environmental Management) and a wide range of external partners, to deliver across a range of projects.
The successful candidate(s) will be expected to have a thorough knowledge of EIA, including guidelines and the planning process and a proven track record of managing and leading multidisciplinary teams for EIA, on time and on budget.
They will also be expected to have excellent project management, report writing and client liaison skills with a keen eye for detail and a positive attitude towards business development.
Principals will be expected to lead or contribute to bids for projects of all scales. Their role within project delivery may be as project director, project manager, framework manager and/or technical lead. They would also be expected to assist with the training / mentoring of junior members of the team.
We expect the successful Senior candidates will:
We expect the successful Principal candidates will:
Experience of any of the following would be useful depending on the grade: