Public affairs, regulatory and legal
Offshore Environment Manager
Imagine a future where you support the offshore consenting and discharge of conditions to build the world’s single biggest offshore wind farm
Join us in this role where you’ll be part of a team of environment and consenting experts, working to build the world’s single biggest wind farm, Hornsea Project Three, providing a unique opportunity to develop your career in construction and offshore renewables. You'll help ensure offshore conditions are discharged and that the ambitious project demonstrates consenting best practise on a number of firsts in the industry, incl. compensation.
Welcome to Environment and Consents
You’ll be part of Construction Consents UK where you, together with your colleagues, will work with the Hornsea Project Three construction project. With a capacity of 2,852 MW, Hornsea Project Three will produce enough low-cost, clean, renewable electricity to power 3.2 million UK homes. You’ll work closely with internal and external stakeholders to manage any necessary environmental surveys, coordinate with construction teams and contractors, manage and deliver marine licence applications, and ensure we meet our monitoring and mitigation requirements.
You’ll play an important role in:
- managing consultants to deliver high-quality input to ensure discharge of conditions relating to the Development Consent Order and relevant marine licences
- managing successful delivery and completion of offshore surveys and consultant deliverables
- working collaboratively with internal stakeholders, especially the technical members of the construction team, cables installation team, and site investigations to successfully install infrastructure
- proactively developing internal processes and carrying out lessons learned to set the best practice for construction of offshore wind farms
- representing the project with key external stakeholders, incl. regulatory bodies.
To succeed in the role, you:
- have a background in delivering offshore consent or permissions, with any experience with offshore renewables being an advantage
- understand the UK-wide relevant planning, licensing, and consenting regimes
- have a bachelor's degree, or equivalent experience with specialism in a particular field, e.g., marine mammals, that can be applied in the context of this role
- can work independently as well as part of a team and demonstrate the ability to lead on a specialist topic area when supported
- can effectively communicate with a wide group of stakeholders, build good relationships, and explain technically complex issues in a clear manner
- can deliver on time and to budget whilst managing the potentially competing demands of project priorities and stakeholder advice.
Join a global leader in renewable energy
Ørsted is a growing green energy major and global leader in climate action. With us you’ll play a part in driving change towards a green energy future. You’ll grow your talent in a fast-paced and high-growth industry where you have plenty of opportunities to learn and develop through challenging assignments and industry-leading experts. Here you can perform in a friendly work environment based on trust, respect, and collaboration.
Shape the future with us
Send your application to us no later than 09 October 2022. We’ll be conducting interviews on a continuous basis and reserve the right to take down the advert when we have found the right candidate.
Please don’t hesitate to contact Dirk Wilyman, Head of Construction Consents, on (United Kingdom +44) 7880262167 if you’d like to know more about the position. If you need to request any adjustments to working practices, working patterns, or the assessment or interview process we're happy to discuss alternative arrangements.
Please note that for your application to be taken into consideration, you must submit your application via our online career pages and answer the screening questions relevant for your country.