Contaminated Land Officer

North West England
08 Jan 2021
08 Feb 2021
Full Time

Buckingham Futures are recruiting for a Contaminated Land Officer on behalf of our client in the North West of England.


To be considered you must be a highly motivated person, with experience of investigating contaminated land and knowledge of its impact upon development as you will be the council's lead officer within the environmental protection unit for Part IIA of the Environmental Protection Act 1990, planning and development and complaints regarding contamination. 

You will be required to investigate potentially contaminated land and to give advice to the council, Councillors, residents and developers. 

You must have a degree or equivalent qualification in Environmental Sciences,  Environmental Health, Environmental Chemistry, Geology, Geography or similar subject. You will also need detailed knowledge and experience of contaminated land, including legislation, assessment, risk assessment, best practice, instrumentation, monitoring techniques, principles and procedures.

The service delivery is customer-focused, so excellent verbal and written communication skills are essential, as is a good understanding of IT, including geographic information systems.

Although working as part of a team you must be capable of working without supervision.

To register your interest, please email or call 020 8125 4321.

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