We expect the candidate will need a minimum of 5 years technical experience before they are considered for the role, with a strong record in the successful delivery of geotechnical engineering design to support the planning sector and preferably a good commercial background.
This role requires someone who has an entrepreneurial mindset and looking for a platform to not only make a difference, but stamp their own identity onto an exciting environmental business. Therefore, the role not only needs somebody who is technically confident, but someone who is not afraid to guide clients through the challenges of overcoming technical problems from the moment a proposal is requested all the way through to delivering an actionable report that will get sites approval.
The candidate will also need to contribute to the development of the wider technical team and will be working closely with other disciplines to ensure that projects are delivered as effectively as possible, and resources and knowledge is shared. Our geotechnical projects are UK based and range from single residential dwellings through to major residential, industrial and infrastructure, environmental impact assessments.
The technical bar for somebody working as a Senior Consultant in Lustre is that they must have developed a well-rounded foresight for reasonably complex issues to be overcome within their sphere of expertise, confident with and have the capability to manage many situations with minimal intervention by their more senior colleagues.
The level of mastery and experience for a candidate’s role and responsibility described above will be used to determine the consultant grade and level of expectation. Our expectations include:
Who We Are
Lustre Consulting has been established for 14 years and successful candidates will be joining us at an exciting time. Our employees have the opportunity to influence the growth and success of the company, with the potential to benefit from our continued expansion.
In 2015 we became the first company in Medway to achieve ‘The Workplace Wellbeing Charter’. We are committed to prioritise the wellbeing of our employees through various initiatives and policies to create a healthy workplace.
Lustre Consulting is an equal opportunities employer who encourages and supports Continued Professional Development. We support all employees in gaining chartership of their relevant professional institute and provide suitable training opportunities to do so. We pride ourselves on providing a professional and personable approach to Environmental Consultancy and recognise that this is largely due to ensuring we have a suitably trained, friendly and satisfied team.