Job Description You will be responsible for providing ecological and biodiversity inputs to a range of projects within an environmental team, working closely with other disciplines to ensure ecological objectives for projects are delivered successfully, within budget and to programme. The tasks will include coordinating and undertaking biodiversity reviews and assessments as part of EIAs and due diligence, designing survey/monitoring methods, liaising with and coordinating local consultants, preparing biodiversity management/action/offset plans etc. There will be a need to travel overseas occasionally and for short periods. Candidate Specification Essential: •Degree in ecology, biology, zoology, botany or directly related subject (minimum of 2.1 classification) •Good understandi

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