Apprenticeships in Scotland
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Environment Advisors ensure that construction projects comply with environmental regulations and targets.
I work in the Group Sustainability team, we cover all of our businesses therefore my role is varied, including developing strategies to roll out across the group, regional businesses and sites, group data analysis and reporting and i work on specific projects such as getting Wates Group through the Government Energy Opportunities Saving Scheme.
A degree or (L6 NVQ/HNC in Wales) is the minimum entry qualification to become an environmental advisor. Getting a job in this field is unlikely with an HND only.
Some employers will accept any degree discipline, but most prefer subjects related to the environment and land such as environmental sciences or geography.
Graduates can study for a professional qualification with the Institute of Environmental Management and Assessment (IEMA). If they become specialists in a particular area, such as water, they may also find it beneficial to join a related professional body – for example, the Chartered Institution of Water and Environmental Management (CIWEM).
Salaries typically range depending on location and level of responsibility.
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