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Project Manager (Environmental Services)


Posted on Sep 12, 2021 by Seiche

England, United Kingdom
Immediate Start
£30k - £30k Annual

Project Manager (Environmental Services)

Closing Date for CV's: 16 September 2021

Shortlisting outcomes: w/c 20 September 2021

Interview Date: w/c 27 September 2021 and 04 October 2021

Salary Band: Up to £30,000 (dependent on experience)

Hours: Core Hours 9.00am-5.00pm with half an hour unpaid lunch break (flexible working options also available), Monday to Friday, with the occasional need to work overtime to support business and project needs.

COVID-19 - working from home at present with occasional visits to the office

Inter-company site visit potential (Post COVID-19)

Holiday & Benefits: 25 days holiday plus bank holidays, pro-rata for part time employees

5% Employer Pension contribution

Life Assurance (4x Salary)

Study/Training Support

Start Date: October / November 2021

Company: Seiche Water Technology Group - Seiche Ltd

CV's to be sent to: Kelly Holder;

Location: Norwich, UK

Why is the role essential for the business?

Providing daily project support and advice to clients striving to ensure offshore developments are conducted with minimal impact to the marine environment

Role Summary

Manage current and new offshore environmental and marine mammal monitoring and mitigation projects

Key tasks of the role

Principal accountabilities:

• Day to day management and organisation of offshore personnel and equipment

• Ensure that the technical, financial, contractual, quality, HSE and other obligations are met in accordance with both company and client standards

• Assist with the marketing, development, and growth of the company's portfolio of services

• Assessment, preparation and submission of pre-qualification and tender documents

• Perform client visits and presentations, as well as the assessment, preparation, and submission of tenders

• QC of tender documents and Project Documentation

• Collaboration with wider Seiche Group

• Respond to requests outside of standard business hours

• UK and overseas travel will be essential and required in this role to support of client relationships and project start up activities

Job descriptions only reflect 80% of a role and are not an exhaustive list of duties. You are expected to carry out other activities that are within the scope of the role

Criteria which will be used in shortlisting and selecting candidates.


• Good verbal and written communication skills with attention to detail

• Excellent computer skills (Work, Excel, Outlook, PowerPoint, Office 365)

• Leadership Skills

• Initiative and assertiveness

• Confident in client-interface

• Project Management skills

• Attention to detail

• Ability to communicate with a range of audiences and characters

• Proactive approach to working

• Effective time management

• Works well under pressure and to deadlines

• Maintains a positive and approachable manner

• Ability to work on own initiative and prioritise effectively

• Flexible approach to working hours as occasional weekend and evening work maybe required (at home and abroad)


• Ability to get on with people at all levels

• Able to work on own initiative and prioritise effectively, achieving results against deadlines

• Ability to work collaboratively as part of a team

• Ability to work flexibly and meeting the multiple priorities

• Be approachable and willing to help


• Knowledge of international marine mammal mitigation tools and techniques

• Marine Mammals and Marine Ecology

• Global environmental law and environmental processes in key areas

• Offshore industry and operations

• Understanding of environmental impacts of offshore development and operational activities on marine mammals

• Knowledge of Seiche products

• Knowledge of different marine mitigation method and tools globally

• Underwater Acoustics

• Health, Safety, Environmental and Quality procedures

• Project Management

• Financial Management

• Tender delivery


• Marine Mammal Monitoring

• MMO / PSO / PAM role in offshore industry

• Field Work

• Project Management

• Data management and analysis in relation to marine mammals and/or acoustics

• Working with regulators/SNCBs

Education & Certification

• BSc or equivalent in marine environmental related subject

• JNCC / BOEM / DOC MMO and PAM Training

• Project management / Scientific accreditation or equivalent

• Health and Safety qualification or training

The nature of this role will mean that the successful candidate will be expected to respond to requests outside of standard business hours, additionally potential inter-company site visits, client visits, marketing events and possible global travel will be essential in this role.

Reference: 1318670818

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