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As a global multi-disciplinary consultancy The Aerospace, Defence, Security and Technology (ADS&T) Division within Atkins is at the leading edge of digital Asset Management (dAM) and is currently recruiting for a Junior Asset Management Consultant. Atkins offers a range of independent and unbiased advice in engineering, technical and strategic advisory services to a wide breadth of markets and clients.
Atkins is a member of the Aurora Engineering Partnership which, subject to contract, will support the Defence Equipment & Support (DE&S) transformation strategy as the Engineering Delivery Partner.
We are strengthening the Asset Management consulting team within ADS&T to meet increasing market demand for advisory Strategic Asset Management, Digital and Asset Performance Management services. These services include business operations, strategy, people management, change management, accounting/finance, risk management and information systems all coordinated to realise maximum value from physical assets.
Our growing team embraces the definitions of Equality, Diversity, Inclusion and belonging in a vibrant workplace. Resilience Engineering helping to make our world safe, secure and sustainable; through Safety Engineering, Asset and Data Analytics whilst solving the Engineering challenges of the future.
Atkins is seeking experienced Environmental Engineer / Consultants to complement our growing team of environmental experts in Bristol working in the Defence and Aerospace domains.
We offer ‘through-life’ support to the MoD and equipment manufacturers, and because we don’t manufacture anything ourselves, our clients can rely on us to offer independent and unbiased recommendations. The industry looks to us for advice on the latest issues and, with duty of care always high on the MoD’s agenda, which is driving this increasing demand.
We adopt holistic approach to our work and our people frequently work across different disciplines. When it comes to the environment, we strive to minimise risk, whether that’s from equipment failures, human error or external factors. In terms of supportability, we assess the reliability and sustainability of systems and optimise their support to maintain the capability in the long term.
Whatever your role in our team, you’ll work closely with our clients either in the office or on-site, so your communication skills are just as important as technical expertise. You’ll be primarily engaged in air, sea and land defence projects, but we also work in other areas of Atkins, like Aerospace and Energy. The diversity of work on offer means you’ll face different challenges every day, developing a range of experience and skills alongside our experts.
The successful candidates will be required to assess the potential environmental impact of Defence procurement projects and operations, develop environmental arguments for novel and complex systems and develop policy and environmental management systems.
The role is both technically and commercially interesting and challenging, you will have the ability to work independently and interact with customers.
Experience of environmental legislation and standards applicable to the defence domain is essential.
- Developing and driving innovative solutions to customer problems, drawing on your skills and best practice from the many domains
- Preparing detailed technical reports and presenting the findings of environmental work to both internal and external customers
- Building sustainable relationships with customers, seeking out future business opportunities and managing these through to new work
- Contributing to the development of the environmental capability within Atkins Defence business
- Undertaking internal Project Manager responsibilities for projects - understanding customer requirements, developing technical approaches, planning and management of activities and assurance of the outputs.
- BEng or BSc (Hons) in an Environmental Discipline or equivalent environmental engineering experience
- Ideally some experience of working within Defence, Aerospace or other relevant sectors
- Knowledge and understanding of ISO14001, POEMS, JSP418 and other environmental standards applicable in the Defence industry
- A proven track record in applying environmental legislation & standards and clearly and concisely explaining the implications to customers’ activities
- Experience of conducting environmental impact studies / risk assessments and producing all associated reports and documentation
- Experience of creating and maintaining environmental management systems
- A proven track record of undertaking business development activities within an environmental consultancy
- Demonstrable project management skills
- With excellent written and verbal communication skills, you'll be comfortable presenting to senior customers.
- Chartered status, or working towards
- Environment related MSc
- Demonstrable experience of managing environment programmes and implementing environmental management systems
Why work for Atkins?
With Atkins you will be in a trusted, supported position, primarily client based, where you are able to apply both existing skills and develop new skills in complex and challenging situations. You will be able to share your knowledge and experience plus learn from others within the team and you will have opportunities to become a mature, established and multi-skilled consultant.
Atkins is committed to developing it’s people both personally and professionally. Our colleagues have the advantage of access to a high ranging training portfolio and development activities designed to help make the best of individual’s abilities and talents. We also actively support staff in achieving corporate membership of relevant institutions.
Rewards and Benefits
Please refer to our website for details of our full benefits package. Flexible working options may be considered for this vacancy.
ATKINS, part of the SNC Lavalin Group, is committed to having a diverse and inclusive workforce. As an Equal Opportunities Employer, we value applications from all backgrounds, cultures and ability.
As a proud supporter of the Armed Forces, Atkins’ Employees are supported to participate with one of a number of reserve forces and will receive up to an additional 10 days paid leave to maintain their annual training commitment.
This role may require security clearance and offers of employment will be dependent on obtaining the relevant level of clearance. If this is necessary it will be discussed with you at interview.
If applying to this role please do not make reference to (in conversation) or include in your application or CV, details of any current or previously held security clearance.