Job Opportunities

Ecologist

Location – Initially working from home then Aberduna (Maeshafn, Denbighshire) or Bangor office.

Contact jobs@enfysecology.co.uk

Enfys ecology is the consultancy arm of the North Wales Wildlife Trust and require an experienced ecologist for an exciting role within the consultancy. 

We are currently looking for an experienced ecologist to support our ecology projects.  As a key member of our small team you will undertake a wide variety of ecological field surveys and works supervision in line with your skills and experience. You will be proficient in Extended Phase 1 Habitat Surveys/ Preliminary Ecological Assessments and core protected species surveys, ideally with some experience of the planning system and associated technical processes such as HRA and EIA.  As part of a small team, you will be responsible for project management, client liaison, survey organisation, liaison, and also tendering for work, especially on more complex projects.

Applications must be submitted using the application form along with a copy of your CV.

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