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Offshore Consents Manager

Posted 66 days ago
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Remote work, EnglandContract
Sectors:Offshore WindJob Reference: BH-6193

Scope of Works

  • Full responsibility for offshore aspects of the EIA and HRA in order to deliver a robust and deliverable Development Consent Order and Marine Licence.
  • Contribute to relevant aspects of the drafting of the project’s Development Consent Order and Marine Licence
  • Responsible for securing additional environmental consents and licences as may be required through the development process
  • Principle liaison and negotiation with the fishing industry and third-party offshore operators to secure necessary commercial agreements.
  • Assistance in procurement for, and management of, EIA consultants and other contractors as required to progress development.
  • Liaison with project engineers to define the offshore aspects of the project’s consent envelope.
  • Interface management within the Project to ensure communication between the relevant work package managers, contractors, consenting consultants and key stakeholders.


  • Management of offshore surveys, survey methodologies and collection of offshore data suitable for EIA/HRA, ensuring that any offshore survey work procured by the offshore consents team is conducted in a safe and efficient manner.
  • Development, implementation and day-to-day management of the offshore consents plan and programme, including delivery of key consents milestones in order to achieve consent.
  • Develop strong working relationships across the Project to ensure consent requirements are integrated into all relevant contracts and project design.
  • Engagement with key project stakeholders and statutory bodies in order to develop cooperative relationships and deliver consents.
  • Ensure compliance with any consent requirements and licence conditions during development through liaison with statutory authorities, package managers and contractors.
  • Programme reporting, risk management and budget management for relevant offshore Workstreams


  • A strong understanding of the DCO and Marine Licence process.
  • Analytical skills – ability to work to a high level of accuracy and to produce a high standard of written work
  • Evidence of success in forming and maintaining working relationships in a multi-disciplinary environment
  • Strong organisational skills with the ability to organise work to meet deadlines
  • The ability to respond to changing priorities and demands and adopt a flexible approach to working


  • Educated to degree level or equivalent training / competence in a relevant field

Other Requirements

  • Demonstrable competence and experience of working in a major infrastructure project and management of stakeholder issues.
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