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Permanent and Contract Environmental Advisor Jobs

As an environmental advisor, it would fall on you to provide assessment and advisory services to clients regarding the management of environmental issues. As well as earning you anywhere between £22,000 and £45,000 a year, a position like this can go a long way towards reducing the detrimental impact of various industries. That makes this the ideal position for anyone looking to make a lasting change. The question is, what skills does an environmental advisor need?

● Undergraduate degree (2:1 minimum)

● Understanding of environmental regulations

● Work experience either through voluntary roles or short-term placements

● Strong IT skills

● Relationship building

● Environmental compassion and a desire to increase sustainability

● An ability to work to strict deadlines under pressure

● Solid communication skills (written and verbal)

● Driving licence (in some cases)

Further training on the job can take this skill set even further and includes a chartered status and career progression. If this sounds like a career that you’d be well suited to, then, don’t hesitate to start searching applicable listings.

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