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Environmental Reporting Scientist

We are currently looking to recruit an Environmental Reporting Scientist to join our team.


Key Information

Job Description

Make your mark as an Environmental Reporting Scientist!

As an Environmental Reporting Scientist you will interpret and present the data in reports for our clients in an accurate, clear and concise manner. Data shall be from the core disciplines of either Marine Wildlife or Environmental acquisition. Marine Wildlife data shall include sighting and acoustic data. Environmental data shall include chemical (sediment and water hydrocarbons, metals and nutrients), physical (particle size analysis and water profiling) and biological (plankton, benthic infauna or epifauna).

Your responsibilities

  • Collate data related to field work for particular projects and organise paper and electronic records. This includes raw analytical data, field logs, photographs and video recordings.
  • Analyse, interpret and present data relevant to the Marine Wildlife and Environmental disciplines (training will be given where required) sufficient to satisfy client requirements.
  • Qualitative, quantitative, statistical and geospatial analysis of data using appropriate software (training will be given where required).
  • Interpret ecological status and effects of anthropogenic activities pertinent to the project.
  • Draft reports based on field data, data analyses and interpretations.
  • Maintain quality control records for reporting and report production.
  • Update databases with individual project metadata and key analysis results when required.
  • Assist Senior and Lead Environmental Reporting Scientists with quality control of data received from laboratories or external parties for own projects.


Your qualities
You can make your mark as an Environmental Reporting Scientist if you have:

  • Bachelors Degree (or equivalent) in a relevant discipline (i.e. Marine Biology, Environmental Science etc.)
  • MSc or higher degree in marine environmental subject is desirable
  • Proven scientific writing capability
  • Three years experience of MS Office products (particularly Word, Excel and PowerPoint)
  • Marine survey and reporting experience in a relevant discipline is desirable
  • Familiarity with ecology and physiology of one or more groups from marine wildlife, benthic, planktonic or nektonic fauna
  • Experience of Adobe Acrobat, statistical (Primer, R) and geospatial (ArcGIS, QGIS) software is desirable.

Additional Information

  • A range of benefits: In addition to your salary and flexible work arrangements, you will receive an annual holiday entitlement of 22[RER1]  days (based on a full-time contract) which increases over time, a salary sacrifice pension scheme, access to private healthcare through Bupa as well as cycle to work and eye test schemes.
  • Career opportunities: We challenge you every day to get better. Together we realise your full personal and professional career by creating development opportunities be that onshore or offshore.  Being part of the Boskalis Group also provides access to a vast range of opportunities literally across the globe.
  • A warm welcome: We warmly welcome our new colleagues, so they feel at home as soon as possible. During your onboarding program, we give you all the ins and outs of Gardline.

Extra information

  • Where you will work: Prospect House, Hewett Road, Gapton Hall Industrial Estate, Great Yarmouth NR31 0NN
  • Fulltime/ part-time job: The position of function is a fulltime (37.5 hours a week) job.
  • Procedure: All you need to do to apply for a job is to complete the online application process and send it to us along with your CV and cover letter. As soon as you have sent your application, you will receive a confirmation email. If both sides are happy to proceed after interview(s), we will make you an offer to join Gardline. After successfully completing all the steps in the procedure, we warmly welcome you to our organisation.

About Gardline

Gardline Limited is part of the Boskalis group of companies.  Working at Gardline is about exploration. In a world where population growth, an increase of global trade, demand for (new) energy and climate change are driving forces, we challenge you to explore your career and find innovative and relevant solutions for complex projects.  ​

For a business to succeed, it needs the right people, with the right skills and values. We seek exceptional individuals who champion our values-based culture and team spirit. Here at Gardline, we are committed to each and every one of our staff members worldwide. We empower our staff to gain new skills, bring new ideas to the table, to grow and develop. Together!

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