Thames21 is offering a rare opportunity for an experienced project manager to lead the implementation and development of an established river restoration programme.
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Amenity Water Management Ltd are looking for an Estimator/Contracts Manager preferably with experience of working on rivers but not essential providing they have a good grounding in construction/civil engineering. The position comes with a vehicle and the salary is negotiable depending on experience.
River Thame Conservation Trust are now recruiting for a Chief Executive Officer
(part time 4 days/week)
cbec is looking for a Field Technician/Junior Scientist
Atkins are now seeking to expand their team of fluvial geomorphologists and catchment scientists. They have several openings available. If you are looking to deliver interesting and ground breaking significant projects, influence environmental outcomes at the project level and beyond, and work within a strong culture of wellbeing, innovation and inclusivity, this is the place for you.
FBA announce a rare and exciting opportunity to join their Pearl Mussel Team. They are recruiting for the post of Reintroductions Research Officer.
Water Resource Modelling vacancy at the University of Oxford, UK, working with Helen Gavin and Prof Jim Hall.
This is a 12 month post in the first instance, and the application deadline is 12 noon on Friday, 7th September 2018.
More information can be found here.
Salix are looking for a motivated and committed professional to join their growing team of soil bioengineering and erosion control specialists.
Atkins is currently advertising a position for an Aquatic Environmental Scientist in their dynamic Water Management Consultancy team. You would be responsible for the delivery of a wide range of environmental water management projects with a focus on habitat design, management and restoration, hydroecology, and environmental assessment/EIA through collaborative working with other Atkins' specialists. As a corporate member of the RRC, Atkins are committed to river restoration and are leading the way in the integration of this aspect into large scale infrastructure projects.
Wiltshire Wildlife Trust are currently seeking a passionate, dynamic individual to lead their award winning Water Team. Working across the Hampshire Avon, Bristol Avon and Thames catchments, you will develop and deliver a diverse programme of river and wetland restoration projects. This will continue the successful work improving the ecological health of rivers and wetlands in Wiltshire. This will involve close working with multiple partners and stakeholders across the county.