Environment & Sustainability Specialist Job at Charterhouse

Job Description

Charterhouse is working with an international multi-disciplinary Construction and Engineering firm, who offer Sustainable & Environmental building solutions to it’s clients across the globe. A leading organisation in their field, they are involved in a variety of projects within the GCC region. The organisation is looking to add a Sustainability & Environmental specialist to its expanding team, to meet project demands.

You will be involved in all areas of the Environmental and Sustainability process, from the inception design phase to on-site coordination and execution. You will also work on complex design and delivery projects. In addition you will offer leadership and mentorship to junior consultants and staff as well as offer technical expertise to enhance the skill-set of the team.

Job Requirements

The ideal candidate should have a relevant bachelor’s Degree in one of the following areas – Construction, Engineering, Architectural, and Sustainability and Environmental Construction. You should have excellent organisation and communication skills to hand-over projects on time and with the highest levels of quality. You will have extensive experience of working across multiple disciplines and sectors, having offered environmental & sustainable construction solutions. You will also have the ability to manage project on site, and effectively communicate environmental and sustainable designs and drawings to supporting contractors and engineers. The successful candidates must have relevant GCC experience within a leading consultancy.

About Company

Company: Charterhouse

Company Location:  Dubai, UAE

About Charterhouse

The Charterhouse brand and business was launched in Dubai and the Middle East in April 2004 by a team of international recruiters and management consultants, after its inception in Sydney, Australia in September 2003. Charterhouse Middle East is now positioned as the leading regional recruiter within its area of disciplines and functional markets.