Job Reference: 10267
Appointment Type: Permanent
Full Time/Part Time: Full-time
Hours: 37.5
Location: Exeter, London, Manchester
Working Practice: Hybrid

Pell Frischmann is an international multi-disciplinary consulting engineering company with over 90 years of experience in the built environment. We are a unique business whose purpose is to generate sustainable funds to deal with the environmental and social commitments resulting from the closing of Germany’s hard-coal mining industry; so our work directly contributes to environmental protection and preservation for the future.

Our expertise and capabilities cover: Buildings, Civil Structures, Highways & Transportation, Land Development, Rail, and Water & Environment.

“Excellence Through Innovation” permeates our company culture. We believe that quality engineering goes beyond simply achieving codified compliance, and we passionately pursue solutions that deliver better results for end-users via unconventional methods.

You will be joining a hard working and experienced team specialising predominantly on Environmental projects to counter issues around the UK. As a result of the specialism we will be looking for previous time served experience or an educational background within the Environmental Sector.

The team work collaboratively across the UK and as a result we would be flexible on you being based in the Exeter, London, or Manchester offices. You will have the opportunity to working on many key projects in the Environment sector. One of our recent scheme successes was the Cottingham and Orchard Park Flood Alleviation Scheme (COPFAS). The scheme was set up to reduce future flooding in the Hull area. Please follow the link to find out more and explore other exciting projects you could be working on!

On joining Pell Frischmann you will become part of an expert, multidisciplinary team where you will gain training and experience in your chosen specialism.

Additionally, you will be enrolled onto our 2 year Graduate programme. This exciting programme is built around the competence requirements of professional institutions and a great way to kick start your career. You will have opportunity to network with others graduates across the Group and develop key skills such as project management, business, and personal effectiveness.

Main Duties:

  • Prepare and support Environmental Impact Assessments and the preparation of Environmental Statements, Environmental Management Plans and Environmental Risk Assessments
  • Supporting Contaminated Land assessment work
  • Climate Change and Carbon work
  • Ecological impact assessment work
  • Conduct water environment, flood risk and drainage assessments
  • Assisting with technical and other work as required on assigned projects whilst ensuring high levels of safety, quality and environmental responsibility
  • Technical quality of own work in accordance with good engineering practice, relevant standards, Codes of Practice, current design methods and Health & Safety legislation

Why Pell Frischmann?

We are one of the UK’s most influential and highly respected firms of infrastructure and built environment professionals. We provide a collaborative and supportive working environment, where you’ll have the freedom and flexibility to create your own pathway and make a real impact within the business and in the communities in which you will operate.

We’ll support your ongoing personal and professional development as your career progresses, allowing you to reach your full potential. We are committed to providing equal opportunities for all, welcoming applications from all backgrounds and are delighted to be a part of the government’s Disability Confident Scheme. We’re happy to talk about flexible working and are committed to promoting the wellbeing of all our employees.

In addition, you’ll receive a competitive salary and other excellent benefits you can find on the link below!

Pell Frischmann Benefits

How to Apply

To apply for this role, please click “Apply for this job” to complete our short application form and upload a copy of your CV. Please remove any personal details such as your home address and date of birth from your CV.

As part of the application process, you will be asked to complete a diversity monitoring form. We are committed to recruiting, retaining and developing a workforce that reflects at all grades the diverse communities that we serve. By completing this form, you will help us to monitor and analyse diversity information so that we can ensure that our recruitment processes are fair and identify opportunities to improve them. Any information provided on this form will be treated as strictly confidential and will not be seen by those involved in the selection process.