ISP logo
Menu

Jobs

placeholder

Jobs

Offshore & Environment Consent Manager

Posted 53 days ago
Apply Now
City of Edinburgh, City of Edinburgh, Scotland, ScotlandPermanent
Sectors:Offshore WindJob Reference: BH-6559
Gavin Hawes
Consultant
Gavin Hawes
 Responsibilities
  • Responsible for delivery of the offshore consents and licensing requirements agreements required for one of our clients projects, working with the Environment and Consents Lead, and wider team
  • Lead on provision of technical environmental and consenting guidance (offshore), as well as support and oversight in the assessment, development, and execution phase
  • Prepare and manage consenting plans
  • Implement and update the offshore consenting strategy and manage budgets in assessment, development, and execution phase
  • Prepare scope of work documents and reviewing of technical documents relating to consenting activities
  • Manage relations with relevant external service providers within existing and to come service agreements
  • Identify consenting risks and develop mitigation plans for key risks for design, construction, operation, and decommissioning
  • Oversee the delivery of surveys and studies required to support Environmental Impact Assessments (EIA)
  • Identify and own relationships with key stakeholders (consulting bodies, statutory authorities, and key consultees) to support offshore consenting requirements
  • Build strong relationships with project team, particularly Engineering and Grid, to ensure environmental and consenting requirements are embedded in design
  • Ensure key project development documentation, such as commitment register, programme, risk register, etc. are kept up to date
  • Other activities as may be reasonably required by the Company from time to time
Requirements
  • Proactive, solution-focused approach to complex consenting / environmental issues
  • Demonstrable experience working within renewable energy or environmental consultancy, with a clear focus on project consenting and development, taking projects through the consenting process
  • Degree qualified in a relevant discipline (such as marine biology, environmental science, engineering, planning, geography, law)
  • HRA experience highly desirable
  • Ability to engage with, empathise with, and manage stakeholders
Apply Below Now !