Interested In This Role?
Arup is an independent firm of designers, planners, engineers, consultants and technical specialists offering a broad range of professional services. Through our work, we make a positive difference in the world.
Our consultants offer a multidisciplinary service aimed at developing policy, optioneering, assessing impacts, creative design and implementation, supporting stakeholder engagement, gaining regulatory approvals, managing risk and controlling costs.
Are you interested in a career in Environmental Consultancy?
Right now we're looking for summer placements to join our team of bright professionals in London. As our consulting team offers a multidisciplinary service, we are looking for students with diverse skills and interests, with a passion to specialise in one of the following disciplines when you graduate:
You will gain a thorough understanding and experience of the role of an environmental consultant on live projects, potentially of national significance or across a range of sectors.
This is a varied role, and your day-to-day responsibilities could include the following:
We're looking for students to demonstrate drive and motivation, a thorough understanding of our sector, and a desire to effectively deliver an excellent technical service to our clients. With a busy, diverse team, we seek individuals who can work flexibly and respond to the needs of our clients. As such, we are looking for the following general qualifications, skills, and attributes in you:
In addition, we are looking for the students who are studying towards the following stream-specific qualifications, skills, and attributes:
Land Quality (Contaminated Land) & Waste
There are infinite possibilities with Arup. You'll receive an insight of the opportunities that a challenging, fulfilling career provides, and:
Environmental - Contaminated Land, Biological Sciences, Biology, Chemical Engineering, Chemistry, Civil Engineering, Ecology, Environmental Engineering, Environmental Science, Geography, Geology, Hydrogeology, Zoology