This is a fantastic opportunity to join and lead the experienced and technical North-East Wales Environmental Assessment and Advice Team (EAAT). The EAAT are multifunctional monitoring teams that deliver monitoring and survey programmes, expert assessment, and advice to support national and local evidence needs on environmental status to inform decision making. Your team will be responsible for delivering national monitoring programmes, as well as responding to and coordinating local monitoring requirements in relation to these key specialist areas:
  • Freshwater quality
  • Freshwater ecology
  • Freshwater and migratory fisheries
  • Bathing Water Quality
  • Terrestrial habitats and species
  • Earth Science

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