VACANCIES @ EDP

People are the heartbeat of our services and as we continue to grow, we’re always keen to speak to people who believe they can add value to our business.  

If you’d like to be part of the EDP team, send us your CV and a short covering email explaining what you feel you can bring to the business to recruitment@edp-au.com.

For details of specific roles we have available please see below.

Senior and Principal Hazardous Materials and Occupational Hygiene Consultants (Sydney & Brisbane) – Ref No. HSEA012

EDP is seeking Senior and Principal Hazardous Materials and Occupational Hygiene Consultants to join our growing teams in Sydney and Brisbane.

EDP is an international health, safety and environmental consultancy founded over 25 years ago with offices throughout the UK and with international operations in Australia, Singapore and Ireland.

The recent acquisition of EDP by the RSK Group marks an important stage in the life of the business and is a significant point of acceleration in our strategy to build a global multi-disciplinary Health, Safety, Environment and Sustainability Consultancy business.

We are looking for Senior and Principal Hazardous Materials and Occupational Hygiene Consultants to join our rapidly expanding Australian operations. This is an exciting opportunity to be part of the growth of EDP within the RSK Group and to participate in the development of a full multi-disciplinary offering in safety and environment within Australia and across the wider Asia-Pacific region.

This is a rare opportunity to help grow and shape the culture of a new business with support from the wider EDP and RSK Groups.


Main Duties and Responsibilities


The purpose of these roles is to provide comprehensive high-quality Hazardous Materials and Occupational Hygiene consultancy to a wide range of clients.


In addition, the role holders will provide mentoring and training opportunities to EDP’s Consultants to assist with maintaining EDP’s quality and developing consultants technically within nominated fields.

The Consultants will provide a range of the following services and activities to clients of EDP:


  • Asbestos and other hazardous materials audits and sampling;
  • Compliance air monitoring and visual inspections during asbestos and hazardous materials remediation projects;
  • Occupational hygiene consultancy;
  • Prepare accurate high-quality reports in a timely fashion;
  • Review and authorisation of all types of reports;
  • Consult with clients to develop innovative and cost-effective solutions;
  • Project manage all sizes of jobs from small to large;
  • Ensure costs are controlled on projects;
  • Develop proposals clearly detailing scope, methodology, fees and limitations;
  • Work collaboratively in a team and independently to deliver projects on time and on budget;
  • Business development activities for new and existing accounts;
  • Maintain existing client relationships to expand regional business opportunities and services; and
  • Other related activities as required and instructed to complete, from time to time. 

The roles will involve travelling and at times working at weekends and other unsocial hours as required from time to time. 


The roles will also be responsible for the development of EDP consultants technically via:

  • Developing and running training and auditing programs;
  • Mentoring staff and reviewing works to maintain quality; and
  • Working with the senior management team to identify progression opportunities.
Skills and Experience Required:

REQUIREMENTS

ESSENTIAL

DESIRABLE

Qualifications / Training

  • Tertiary Qualification in science, environment or engineering.
  • Relevant training courses.
  • Asbestos Assessors License. 
  • Bachelor’s Degree;
  • Masters Degree.

Experience


  • 7+ (Senior) and 12+ (Principal) years experience in the hazardous materials and occupational hygiene industry.


Skills / Knowledge


  • MS office packages including Word, Excel, PowerPoint.
  • Accuracy and attention to detail.
  • Report Writing.
  • Organisation skills.
  • Commercial skills.
  • People Management.
  • Project Management.
  • Client Management.
  • Complex project management.
  • Business acumen.


  • Conflict Resolution

Personal Qualities 


  • Ability to develop good relationships with staff, clients and representatives at all levels
  • Ability to work with a team of consultants

Professional Affiliation


  • Member of professional association.
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Other Job Requirements


  • Excellent communication skills
  • Ability to work within a dynamic environment with tight deadlines
  • Flexible and pro-active attitude to work
  • Full driving license


Salary and Benefits

  • A competitive salary is offered commensurate with experience, along with a wider employment package; and
  • Approved overtime and travel and subsistence expenses are payable.

Other Information

Roles are available in both our Sydney and our Brisbane based teams with the chance to travel nationally to service projects.


Must have full working rights in Australia, permanent residency or full Australian citizenship.


To Apply

Please email a CV and covering email explaining your suitability for this position and your preferred working location to recruitment@edp-au.com quoting job ref HSEA012 in the subject line.



Senior and Principal Environmental Consultants (Sydney) – Ref No. HSEA010

EDP is seeking Senior and Principal Environmental Consultants to join our growing team in Sydney.

EDP is an international health, safety and environmental consultancy founded over 25 years ago with offices throughout the UK and with international operations in Australia, Singapore and Ireland.

The recent acquisition of EDP by the RSK Group marks an important stage in the life of the business and is a significant point of acceleration in our strategy to build a global multi-disciplinary Health, Safety, Environment and Sustainability Consultancy business.

We are looking for Senior and Principal Environmental Consultants to join our rapidly expanding Australian operations. This is an exciting opportunity to be part of the growth of EDP within the RSK Group and to participate in the development of a full multi-disciplinary offering in safety and environment within Australia and across the wider Asia-Pacific region.

This is a rare opportunity to help grow and shape the culture of a new business with support from the wider EDP and RSK Groups.


Main Duties and Responsibilities


The purpose of these roles are to provide comprehensive high-quality environmental consultancy services to a wide range of clients. Typically the projects are focused around contaminated land assessment and remediation, with additional ancillary niche investigations.

The Consultants will provide a range of the following services and activities to clients of EDP:


  • Conduct assessments of properties to determine the nature and extent of contamination, assess risk to human and ecological health and develop appropriate remedial strategies;
  • Development and delivery of assessment and remediation training programs internally;
  • Development and delivery of training presentations to educate our clients;
  • Prepare accurate high-quality reports in a timely fashion;
  • Consult with clients to develop innovative and cost-effective solutions;
  • Explore and understand our client’s businesses and challenges, and to develop new approaches and new innovative solutions;
  • Project manage medium to large jobs;
  • Mentor junior career consultants and support their development;
  • Develop detailed proposals clearly detailing scope, methodology, fees and limitations;
  • Work collaboratively in a team and independently to deliver projects on time and on budget;
  • Business development activities for new and existing accounts;
  • Deepen existing client relationships to expand regional business opportunities and services; and
  • Other related activities as required and instructed to complete to support EDP.

The role may from time to time involve travelling and working at weekends and other unsocial hours as required.


Skills and Experience Required:

REQUIREMENTS

ESSENTIAL

DESIRABLE

Qualifications / Training

  • Tertiary Qualification in science or engineering;
  • Certified Environmental Practitioner in contaminated land; and
  • Relevant training courses
  • Bachelor’s Degree;
  • Masters Degree.

Experience


  • 8+ (Senior) and 12+ (Principal) years experience in the contaminated land industry.

Skills / Knowledge


  • MS office packages including Word, Excel, PowerPoint;
  • Accuracy and attention to detail;
  • Report writing;
  • Organisational skills;
  • Team development, mentoring and coaching; and
  • Commercial skills.


  • People Management
  • Project Management;

Personal Qualities 


  • Ability to develop good relationships with staff, clients and representatives at all levels
  • Ability to work with a team of consultants

Professional Affiliation


  • Member of professional association.
Cell

Other Job Requirements


  • Excellent communication skills
  • Ability to work within a dynamic environment with tight deadlines
  • Flexible and pro-active attitude to work
  • Full driving license


Salary and Benefits

  • A competitive salary is offered commensurate with experience, along with a wider employment package; and
  • Approved overtime and travel and subsistence expenses are payable.

Other Information

These roles are Sydney based with the chance to travel nationally to service projects.


Must have full working rights in Australia, permanent residency or full Australian citizenship.


To Apply

Please email a CV and covering email explaining your suitability for this position to recruitment@edp-au.com quoting job ref HSEA010 in the subject line.



Salary and Benefits

  • A competitive salary is offered commensurate with experience, along with a wider employment package; and
  • Approved overtime and travel and subsistence expenses are payable.

Other Information

The role is Sydney based with the chance to travel nationally to service projects.


Must have full working rights in Australia, permanent residency or full Australian citizenship.


To Apply

Please email a CV and covering email explaining your suitability for this position to recruitment@edp-au.com quoting job ref HSEA010 in the subject line.



Occupational Hygiene Consultant (Sydney) – Ref No. HSEA008

EDP is seeking an experienced Occupational Hygiene Consultant to join our growing team in Sydney.


EDP is a health, safety, property compliance and environmental consultancy founded over 25 years ago with offices in Australia, UK, Ireland and Singapore. EDP’s Sydney operation has experienced significant growth and we now have an opportunity for a HSEQ Manager to join our management team and contribute to the continued growth and success of the business.


This is an exciting opportunity to be part of EDP who have recently been awarded the Client Choices Award for Best Environmental Firm (<$30 revenue) in 2020.


We are looking for an Occupational Hygiene Consultant to join our rapidly expanding Australian operations. This is an exciting opportunity to help grow EDP and be part of the EDP journey in Australia from an early stage. We believe this is a rare opportunity to help grow and shape the culture of a new business with support from the wider EDP Group.


We require a self-motivated, high-calibre consultant to assist with input to develop both technical excellence and industry leading quality systems and processes.


Main Duties and Responsibilities


The purpose of this role is to provide comprehensive high-quality Occupational Hygiene consultancy services to a wide range of clients in specialised areas, including: construction, mining, Defence, manufacturing, restoration.

The Consultant will provide a range of the following services and activities to clients of EDP:


  • Perform qualitative assessments of workplace hazards;
  • Development and delivery of occupational hygiene training programs tailored to meet the demands of clients;
  • Plan and conduct Noise, Lighting and Air quality assessments;
  • Development of exposure monitoring strategies to assess inhalable/respirable dusts or other airborne contaminants;
  • Provide specialised guidance to clients based on legislative requirements, or relevant standards and industry best practice;
  • Prepare accurate high-quality reports in a timely fashion;
  • Consult with clients to develop innovative and cost-effective solutions;
  • Project manage small to medium jobs;
  • Develop small proposals $1 – $10K clearly detailing scope, methodology, fees and limitations;
  • Work collaboratively in a team and independently to deliver projects on time and on budget;
  • Business development activities for new and existing accounts;
  • Maintain existing client relationships to expand regional business opportunities and services; and
  • Other related activities as required and instructed to complete, from time to time.

The role will involve travelling and working at weekends and other unsocial hours as required from time to time.


Skills and Experience Required:

REQUIREMENTS

ESSENTIAL

DESIRABLE

Qualifications / Training

  • Tertiary Qualification in occupational hygiene, or equivalent industry experience; and
  • Relevant training courses
  • Bachelor’s Degree;
  • Masters Degree.

Experience


  • 2 to 5 years related work within the field of Occupational Hygiene. 
  • 5+ yrs. related work in the field of Occupational Hygiene.

Skills / Knowledge


  • MS office packages including Word, Excel, PowerPoint;
  • Accuracy and attention to detail;
  • Report writing;
  • Organisational skills; and
  • Commercial skills.


  • People Management
  • Project Management;

Personal Qualities 


  • Ability to develop good relationships with staff, clients and representatives at all levels
  • Ability to work with a team of consultants

Quality


  • Ensuring all work undertaken and reviewed is completed to a high level of quality while providing guidance and training to consultants to maintain quality
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Other Job Requirements


  • Excellent communication skills
  • Ability to work within a dynamic environment with tight deadlines
  • Flexible and pro-active attitude to work
  • Full driving license


Salary and Benefits

  • A competitive salary is offered commensurate with experience, along with a wider employment package; and
  • Approved overtime and travel and subsistence expenses are payable.

Other Information

The role is Sydney based with the chance to travel nationally to service projects.


Must have full working rights in Australia, permanent residency or full Australian citizenship.


To Apply

Please email a CV and covering email explaining your suitability for this position to recruitment@edp-au.com quoting job ref HSEA008 in the subject line.



Restoration Consultant (Sydney) – Ref No. HSEA009


EDP is seeking a Restoration Consultant to join our growing team in Sydney.


EDP is a health, safety, property compliance and environmental consultancy founded over 25 years ago with offices in Australia, UK, Ireland and Singapore. 


This is an exciting opportunity to be part of EDP who has recently been awarded the Client Choices Award for Best Environmental Firm (<$30m revenue) in 2020.


We are looking for a Restoration Consultant to join our rapidly expanding Australian operations. This is an exciting opportunity to help grow EDP and be part of the EDP journey in Australia from an early stage. We believe this is a rare opportunity to help grow and shape the culture of a new business with support from the wider EDP Group.


We require a self-motivated, high-calibre consultant to assist with input to develop both technical excellence and industry leading quality systems and processes.


Main Duties and Responsibilities


The purpose of this role is to provide comprehensive high-quality building restoration consultancy services to a wide range of clients. Typically the advice is required in response to a contamination event (fire, biological hazards or illicit drugs) within a building. This involves an assessment of the extent of damage and guidance on the level of remediation works required or an evaluation of the extent of remediation works performed to reduce hazards associated with a contamination event. 


The Consultant will provide a range of the following services and activities to clients of EDP: 

  • Conduct assessments of properties and develop a scope of works to manage/remediate the hazards associated with a contamination event;
  • Conduct assessments of properties that have undergone remediation works to assess the extent of works and determine if the works were sufficient to address the hazards associated with the contamination event;
  • Development and delivery of restoration training programs tailored to meet the demands of clients;
  • Utilise approved sampling techniques to understand the conditions/contaminants within buildings;
  • Prepare accurate high-quality reports in a timely fashion;
  • Consult with clients to develop innovative and cost-effective solutions;
  • Project manage small to medium jobs;
  • Develop small proposals $1 – $10K clearly detailing scope, methodology, fees and limitations;
  • Work collaboratively in a team and independently to deliver projects on time and on budget;
  • Business development activities for new and existing accounts;
  • Maintain existing client relationships to expand regional business opportunities and services; and
  • Other related activities as required and instructed to complete, from time to time.
Skills and Experience Required:

REQUIREMENTS

ESSENTIAL

DESIRABLE

Qualifications / Training

  • Tertiary Qualification in in building, or cleaning and restoration industry; or safety; and
  • Relevant training courses
  • IICRC Certification and Training for the Cleaning and Restoration Industry;
  • Completion of the AIOH Illicit Drugs and Drug Contamination – Fundamentals for Occupational Hygiene and Environmental Professionals course.
  • Trade Certificate

Experience

  • 1 to 5 years experience in the cleaning and restoration industry; or 
  • 1 to 5 years in the building industry; or
  • 1 to 5 years in the health and safety consulting industry.
  • 5 years related work within the field of cleaning and restoration.
  • Experience in water, fire/smoke or illicit drugs damage and restoration

Skills / Knowledge


  • MS office packages including Word, Excel, PowerPoint;
  • Accuracy and attention to detail;
  • Report Writing; 
  • Organisation skills; and
  • Commercial skills.


  • People Management;
  • Project Management

Personal Qualities 


  • Ability to develop good relationships with clients and representatives at all levels; and
  • Ability to work in a team of consultants.

Ability to develop good relationships with clients and representatives at all levels

Other Job Requirements


  • Excellent communication skills with English language;
  • Ability to work within a dynamic environment with tight deadlines;
  • Flexible and pro-active attitude to work; and
  • Full driving license.


Salary and Benefits

  • A competitive salary is offered commensurate with experience, along with a wider employment package.
  • Approved overtime and travel and subsistence expenses are payable.

Other Information

The role is Sydney based with the chance to travel nationally to service projects.


On occasion, our work involves travelling and working at weekends and other unsocial hours as required from time to time.


A full driving license is essential.  As such, full flexibility in working and travel will be required from the successful applicants to enable us to service our clients.


Must have full working rights in Australia, permanent residency or full Australian citizenship.


To Apply

Please email a CV and covering email explaining your suitability for this position to recruitment@edp-au.com quoting job ref HSEA009 in the subject line.



HSE Consultant (Sydney) – Ref No. HSEA005


EDP is seeking HSE Consultants specialised in asbestos and hazardous materials management to join our office in Sydney. EDP is a health, safety and environmental consultancy founded over 25 years ago with offices throughout the UK and with international operations in Ireland and Singapore. As part of continuing the international expansion, we opened an office in Sydney with the aim of growing an industry leading health, safety and environmental consultancy business across Australia.


We are looking for experienced Asbestos / Hazardous Materials and Occupational Hygiene Consultants to join our rapidly expanding Australian operations. This is an exciting opportunity to help grow EDP and be part of the EDP journey in Australia from an early stage. We believe this is a rare opportunity to help grow and shape the culture of a new business with support from the wider EDP Group.


We require self-motivated, high calibre consultants to assist with input to develop both technical excellence and industry leading quality systems and processes.


Main Duties and Responsibilities


The successful candidates will be experienced in one or more of the following areas of work:


  • Undertaking asbestos/hazardous materials audits and sampling;
  • Conducting a full range of compliance air monitoring, for friable and non-friable asbestos works and visual inspections during Asbestos/Hazmat remediation projects;
  • Maintaining existing client relationships to expand regional business opportunities and services via proactive consultancy;
  • Preparing accurate reports of your work in standard formats; and
  • Maintaining and building on good relationship with clients.

This role involves working to our Quality Management Systems within small project teams of consultants and servicing a range of local and national clients in both the public and private sector.


As a committed and service driven individual you will either have proven ability in the main core areas, or a strong desire to gain this experience.


This is an excellent opportunity with expectations of career progression.


On occasion, our work involves travelling and working at weekends and other unsocial hours as required from time to time. A full driving license is essential.  As such full flexibility in work and travel will be required from the successful applicants to enable us to service our clients. Overtime and travel and subsistence costs are payable when applicable.


The successful candidate will be trained in one or more of the following areas of work:


Skills and Experience Required:

REQUIREMENTS

ESSENTIAL

DESIRABLE

Qualifications / Training


Licensed Asbestos Assessor


Tertiary Qualification in related area

Experience


At least 24 months related Asbestos / Hazmat experience


2+ yrs. related Asbestos / Hazmat experience

Skills / Knowledge


  • MS office packages including Word, Excel, PowerPoint;

  • Accuracy and attention to detail;

  • Report Writing; and

  • Organisation skills.


  • People Management;

  • Project Management; and/or

  • Commercial skills.

Personal Qualities 


Ability to adapt to the challenges of a newly created business 


Ability to develop good relationships with clients and representatives at all levels

Other Job Requirements


  • Excellent communication skills with English language;

  • Ability to work within a dynamic environment with tight deadlines;

  • Flexible and pro-active attitude to work; and

  • Full clean driving license.


Salary and Benefits

  • A competitive salary is offered commensurate with experience, along with a wider employment package.
  • Approved overtime and travel and subsistence expenses are payable.

To apply

Please email a CV and covering email explaining your suitability for this position and location to recruitment@edp-au.com quoting job ref HSEA005 in the subject line.