Junior & Mid-Level Environmental Consultants - Approvals (2 positions)


Eco Logical Australia Pty Ltd


Perth, WA

Salary etc:

1 x Junior & 1 x Junior/Mid-level

Are you seeking a company that:

  • Values and rewards its employees?
  • Tailors your role in the company to your unique personal strengths?
  • Provides flexible work options and a fun and supportive workplace?
  • Provides opportunities to work on some of the largest environmental impact assessments in WA?

With the continued success of our Western Australian business, we are looking for highly motivated and enthusiastic individuals to fill two specific roles within our talented Approvals team.

ECO LOGICAL AUSTRALIA PTY LTD, a Tetra Tech Company, is one of Australia’s leading environmental consultancies, with over 240 professionals employed across the country. With our exciting growth and development, we continue to make a significant contribution to improving environmental management and impact assessment in Australia by delivering high quality consulting services that combine a landscape approach with sound scientific principles, strategic thinking, effective communication and integrity.

Culture is important to us, in fact, one of our company values is “feed the culture”. It’s crucial that our workplace is, and remains, one that you will love to work for each day. So here are some insights about us:

  • We are a fun and supportive team;
  • Flexible working isn’t a phrase for us but a way of life;
  • We pride ourselves on being a dynamic, high performing team that seeks out exciting projects and professional development opportunities;
  • Our offices are in great locations, with the Perth CBD office close to many public transport options with amazing end of trip facilities; and
  • We will give you an extra day of annual leave each year for your birthday, because everyone deserves their birthday off!

About the roles:

We have two roles to fill in our Approvals team; Junior Environmental Consultant and a Junior/mid Environmental Consultant. Therefore, we are looking for people with up to five years relevant work experience.

In each role you will have an opportunity to work on a range of projects, across our core business areas of land development, infrastructure and resources. We have great clients who value our expertise and work with us to progress complex and interesting projects throughout the state.

Environmental impact assessment and knowledge of environmental legislation is the core of the work we do in the approvals team.  A deeper understanding of particular environmental values such as hydrology, subterranean fauna or ecology could also be beneficial, as this can become a focus area for your impact assessment work.  Mine closure or rehabilitation expertise would also be beneficial supporting knowledge.

You will work collaboratively with internal and external specialists across a range of disciplines to produce high quality documents that meet the needs of both our clients and regulators. We will provide you with opportunities to further broaden your expertise in a supportive environment, working together to achieve milestones, while encouraging initiative and collaboration at all stages.

About you:

We think you will love this role if you’re the type of person who:

  • Is a strong communicator- both written and verbal;
  • Is passionate about impact assessment and approvals;
  • Has a curious mind and loves a challenge;
  • Has experience working on projects in a project management environment;
  • Has a keen eye for detail; and
  • Can synthesise large amounts of scientific writing into meaningful outcomes.

To be successful you will also have:

  • A relevant scientific or engineering degree in areas such as Environmental Science, Environmental Management, Environmental Engineering, Environmental Law or Environmental Planning;
  • Graduates to 5+ years industry experience, particularly in the resources or infrastructure sector (preferably in WA);
  • Have experience in, or a keen interest in report writing, tender preparation, general project assistance and field work as required;
  • An awareness of relevant Commonwealth and State legislation;
  • Demonstrated exposure to environmental impact assessment and approvals processes;
  • Previous experience in the consulting sector (desirable);
  • Experience in preparing a range of high-quality reports including impact assessments, monitoring and management plans; and
  • Current driver’s licence and the ability to travel if required.

What we will offer you:

A competitive remuneration package in addition to a range of other benefits including study assistance, professional development, opportunity to purchase additional leave and salary sacrifice into super, birthday leave and health and wellbeing initiatives.

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