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Hilson Moran has an exciting new opportunity for a Sustainability Consultant to join our dynamic Environmental Buildings team. This role is responsible for providing sustainable design expertise in relation to life cycle analysis (embodied carbon assessments) for infrastructure, new build, fit out and refurbishment projects for the public and private sector. This is an exciting time to join us as the industry is demonstrating greater interest in sustainability and as. We add to our increasing portfolio of net zero carbon consultancy for both projects and organisations. Hilson Moran are at the forefront of delivering low carbon buildings.
You will have experience in developing LCA strategies for planning and beyond as well as experience in providing strategic corporate sustainability advice. You will be an enthusiastic individual with a keen interest in sustainability and a base understanding of the impacts of buildings on aspects such as climate change and Carbon reduction strategies to help meet our net zero carbon goals. You will be a keen advocate of the advantages of sustainability assessment methods and will be able to help clients to navigate a range of sustainability and wellbeing assessment options. Candidates should have experience and knowledge in the following areas;
- Carrying out Life Cycle Assessments (LCA) using accredited databases and tools for buildings/ infrastructure projects and knowledge of tools such as etool and/or oneclick LCA;
- Detailed knowledge of the RICS methodology for embodied carbon and experience of delivering results against the BREEAM Mat 01 standards;
- Experience in Circular Economy principles and reporting;
- Work as part of a team of sustainability specialists.
- Contribute to developing Hilson Moran’s Sustainable development framework goals as part of a wider team;
- Managing workload and meeting project deadlines;
- Report writing experience and communication skills for clients and internal teams;
- Have a qualification with an appropriate professional body.
- An appropriate degree and post graduate qualification, with extensive experience within the climate change sector. A building sustainability/materials related MSc is desirable;
- Experience in leading BREEAM assessments with support from team members, including undertaking site visits, Design Stage and Post Construction Review assessments is desirable;
Competitive salary, 25 days holiday, bonus, pension scheme, private healthcare, life assistance, Employee Assistance Programme, Gym incentives.
To apply for this job please visit www.hilsonmoran.com.