Assistant Ecologist - 0 hours contract (E23-11 0hrsLeeds)


E23-11 0hrsLeeds


Job Location
- United Kingdom -- England -- Yorkshire and the Humber -- West Yorkshire -- Leeds

Job Type

Wednesday, May 10, 2023

Service line

O Hours Assistant Ecologist

Who we are & what we stand for

BWB is a multi-award-winning engineering and environmental design consultancy with a proven reputation for technical excellence and exceptional client satisfaction. Proud to be awarded ACE Best Large Consultancy of the year 2022 and rated Platinum Investors In People (IIP), a prestigious accolade that demonstrates our commitment to our people and establishes us as an employer of choice.  

Join BWB and your career will not conform to the traditional models of yesterday but will be a fulfilling and challenging journey into tomorrow’s digital age; a journey that you will play an active role in defining!

At BWB you matter, and you will make a difference. A difference to the world you live in; the communities you engage with; even the development of your career and the profession.

With an in-depth commercial understanding of the ecological calendar, our team can advise on the surveys most appropriate for any development programme. Join us in providing pragmatic solutions to all ecological problems with a focus on economical and cost-effective solutions for clients.

The role will provide an opportunity for an individual to demonstrate a broad range of skills by undertaking specialist technical work, whilst working as part of a small, integrated, progressive environmental team. Our work is varied and widespread, supporting our Clients on projects both locally and throughout the UK.  The Ecology team at BWB is growing rapidly and this is an exciting time to be part of this new chapter.

What you’ll be doing

The role will include but not be limited to:

  • Assisting BWB Staff in Ecological protected species and habitat surveys on a variety of sites across the UK
  • Dusk emergence and dawn re-entry bat surveys
  • Bat activity surveys (dusk or dawn)
  • Using a bat detector and recording device (own equipment an advantage) to record data on bat activity on various sites
  • Using BWB survey forms to record findings
  • Supply us with raw data (bat sound files) and completed survey form following survey within one week

 What you’ll bring

  •  Currently undertaking a relevant degree ie in Ecology, or similar
  • A keen interest in Ecology
  • A keen interest in standards and guidelines of UK Wildlife Legislation and up and coming changes that will affect your specialist area.

Please note own transport will be required.


Contact information

BWB Ecology

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