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REF: IREL - 1017

Senior Field Ecologist

€36,000 - €40,000 per annum (Permanent)

Republic of Ireland

A highly regarded global consultancy is looking to expand their Irish team with the appointment of an ambitious Senior Field Ecologist to their terrestrial ecology team.

The successful Senior Ecologist will be working within their newest office/team. Their Irish office is based in Cork; however, this person can be based remotely anywhere in Ireland, however, will need to be willing to travel to site & projects across Ireland.

Throughout all of their offices they have remained extremely busy, despite the current climate due to their ongoing and new business having recently won a number of new frameworks locally in Ireland. You will be experienced in field surveys and have relevant terrestrial/ornithology field identification skills.


* At least 4+ years of experience within the ecology sector working on a wide range of terrestrial or ornithology ecology projects
* Ideally chartered with CIEEM/CIWEM or working towards chartership
* Ability to work alone and be self-motivating due to at times being away from home on projects (therefore willingness to travel is essential)


* A competitive salary of €36,000 - €44,000, dependant on experience
* 5% Pension contribution scheme
* Private medical & dental care
* 25 days holiday, plus bank holidays
* Cycle to work scheme
* Paid professional membership
* And much more…

What happens next: On receipt of your application Kate Waltham, will contact you to discuss this opportunity in full detail, including the company name and what the next steps are. Please note all CV's are held with the strictest confidence and your CV will only be sent out to clients if we have your explicit permission.

If you would prefer to discuss this role before sending in your CV, please contact Kate Waltham.

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