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Division
Ref
63116
Vacancy title
Environmental Manager (Assistant Consents)
Function(s)
SHEQ
Contract type
Full time permanent
Region
West Midlands
Location(s)
Birmingham
Description

Environmental Manager (Consents) 

Location: Birmingham 

Talented people are the key to our success 

*Morgan Sindall has a commitment to sourcing candidates directly and as such we do not accept speculative CV’s from agencies.*

About us: 

Would you like to work for a progressive and ambitious company which is also one of the most successful within the UK construction and infrastructure industry?  

Morgan Sindall provides national construction and infrastructure services to private and public sector customers across a comprehensive range of markets. We aim to create great results for our customers, partners and ourselves. 

Opportunity: 

We have a fantastic opportunity within our Highways business for an ambitious and talented Environmental Manager (Consents) within the Fusion HS2 Joint Venture. 

The successful candidate will be joining the existing team of passionate and dedicated professionals working together on this innovative project. 

The Environmental Manager (Consents) will provide subject matter expertise, leadership and direction to a team of specialist consents advisors. The role will manage the consents and approvals process to ensure the discharge of commitments included in the Environmental Minimum Requirements (EMR) and Undertakings and Assurances (U&A) for each of the three Central Areas. 

We are looking for people who share our passion for the project at hand whilst also being able to work within a fun and hardworking team environment. 

Responsibilities: 

As an Environmental Manager (Consents) you will:

  • Lead and manage the advisory team across contracts and sites to deliver effective support to all of our people
  • Develop and support the team of advisors, and monitor and review performance in line with company processes to deliver current and future requirements
  • Is the main point of contact within Fusion for all matters relating to consents, by the internal or external;
  • Is responsible for the preparation, implementation and maintenance of the Consents Management Plan and the environmental consents register, planning consents register and traffic consents register;
  • Will manage relationships with each of the Consent Granting Bodies and the HS2 consents team, including having responsibility for the arranging and continued effectiveness of the work package specific Consents Focus Groups and the route-wide Consents Forums;

 

Previous senior level experience of compliance with environmental legislation and company management systems within a civil engineering environment is required. The right applicant will be educated to degree level or equivalent in a relevant subject matter.

About the Project:

 

Fusion is a fully integrated, unincorporated joint venture that connects three of the UK’s most experienced infrastructure companies - Morgan Sindall Infrastructure Services, BAM Nuttall Ltd and Ferrovial Agroman. Amey, part of Ferrovial, is an affiliated member of the Joint Venture.

 

High-speed rail is the worldwide standard for long-distance, inter-city rail travel.  Britain is now investing in high-speed rail to create space on overcrowded networks and to enable large numbers of people to move efficiently.   This requires a new network, High Speed Two, which will take long-distance travellers onto new high-speed trains with fewer stops, enabling them to make their journeys more quickly.  The wider benefits of High Speed Two will be substantial, whether in economic terms, improved connections, an exciting and efficient travel experience or more comfortable, reliable local rail services.

 

 

 

 

Morgan Sindall is an equal opportunities employer and has been accredited with the Positive About Disabled People ‘Two Ticks’ accreditation.  We are also an Investors in People company.

 

Morgan Sindall is unable to employ anyone who does not have the legal right to live and work in the UK.

In the recruitment process all applicants are required to provide the necessary right to work information and documentation.

 

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