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Environmental Impact Assessment Graduate - June-Sept Start - Birmingham

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13d ago

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  • You should have a relevant first or post-graduate degree in environmental fields such as impact assessment, economics, planning, science, or social science.
  • You will coordinate environmental inputs for infrastructure projects, identify constraints, develop solutions, and prepare assessment reports. Post-planning support will be provided during project construction and operation.

Graduate Job



  • Our Graduate Development Programme (ADVANCE) along with our huge scope of projects across the globe will challenge and inspire you to make a real difference to the world we live in. Our GDP forms a core part of our business strategy globally, designed to develop the best talent across numerous disciplines to lead our business into the future. We have more than 750 graduates on our programmes across the UK and Ireland from more than 40 different disciplines, each making a tangible difference to the environment in which we live and work.
  • We shall provide you with all the tools and support you need to achieve your professional development ambitions, including Chartership with the relevant international professional institution (we have graduates working towards more than 30 professional institutions in the UK and Ireland). We shall push you to achieve the highest standards and expect our graduates to pass their professional review first time. You will be assigned a mentor to support and guide your development, and you will take regular training modules throughout the programme. There will be on-the-job technical development and classroom training where required, and the opportunity to work on live client projects with significant multi-disciplinary exposure.


  • Ideally, you will have a relevant first degree and, potentially, a relevant post-graduate degree.
  • Relevant first or post-graduate degree subjects include: environmental impact assessment, environmental economics, environmental management, environmental planning, environmental policy, environmental science, geography, housing (sustainable, planning, regeneration and urban management), social science, sustainable development.

Education requirements


Area of Responsibilities



  • Coordinating multidisciplinary environmental inputs across a wide range of infrastructure development projects, helping them to gain development consent
  • Working with clients and design teams to identify environmental constraints, avoid impacts and develop solutions, as well as delivering benefits where possible
  • Coordinating the preparation of environmental assessment reports
  • Post-planning consent support to projects (including during project construction and operation)
  • IAPA is part of the Environment & Sustainability (E&S) business, which has a workforce of some 730 staff across the UK and Republic of Ireland. E&S provides environment and sustainability solutions for public and private sector clients and is at the forefront of efforts to tackle the climate and biodiversity emergencies. It comprises the following practice areas: Acoustics; Air Quality; Ecology; Geospatial & Data Services; Heritage; Landscape; Water Environment; Impact Assessment; Planning; Climate Change, Sustainability & Resilience; Stakeholder Engagement; and ESIA & ESDD (international environment and sustainability work).


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