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Job Vacancies > Environmental Dimension Partnership (EDP) - Senior GIS Consultant

The Environmental Dimension Partnership (EDP) was established in 2005 and is now recognised as one of the premium environmental planning consultancies in the development sector. The business provides ‘value-added’ services and seeks to exceed expectations through a full appreciation of client objectives, practicing technical excellence, and working hard to deliver the best outcome. Our senior team has had involvement in some of the country’s highest profile development projects; providing expertise across a range of areas including town, country and environmental planning, urban and landscape design, and in renewable energy schemes.

By assembling a team of the best seasoned professionals who share our ambition ‘to become the most responsive, effective and sought after environmental practice in the UK’, EDP is able to offer a personalised and proficient project management service. We adopt a solution-focussed approach to our work, always working to further the client’s interests, and always willing to go the extra mile to deliver integrated, aspirational, defensible and sustainable developments.

This is a rare opportunity to join EDP as a GIS Professional, to provide technical support services that underpin much of the work that we do, and to influence the growth and development of GIS services within the company

For further information, a job description and to apply visit EDP website

Posted: 25th November 2013
Closing date: 5.30pm, 29th November 2013
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