Assistant Ecologist


We are looking for an Assistant Ecologist to join a medium sized, multi-disciplinary company based in Essex. This position is ideal for an enthusiastic individual looking to advance their career in ecology and make a meaningful impact on environmental projects. The company work on a range of projects in residential, commercial and conservation sectors. You’ll be working closely with a team of Ecologists, Landscape Architects and Arboriculturalists.

There are plenty of Senior ecologists to support you and plenty of opportunities to gain protected species licences and also manage projects from start to finish. The company offer an excellent in-house and external training programme, a generous holiday allowance, a pool car, TOIL and paid memberships.

For the role, you will be;

  • Conducting ecological surveys, assessments, record habitats accurately,
  • Assisting in analysing ecological data collected from field surveys,
  • Working closely with the team of ecologists and other professionals, including Landscape Architects and Arboriculturalists,
  • Involved in environmental impact assessments, habitat management plans, and biodiversity conservation strategies.

For this Assistant Ecologist role, you will ideally have;

  • A degree in Ecology, or a related field,
  • Experience in conducting ecological surveys,
  • Strong analytical skills and proficiency in data analysis tools,
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills,
  • Proficiency in using ecological survey equipment and software is advantageous,

Interested in this Assistant Ecologist vacancy? To discuss this vacancy or any others, please do not hesitate to contact Ashleigh Garner on 07595373560 or send your CV to

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