19 Apr, 2022

Environmental Engineer

  • Genesis
  • Westhill, Aberdeenshire, UK
Engineer, Lead Engineer Environment

Job Description

Job Description

About Technip Energies
At Technip Energies, we believe in a better tomorrow, and we believe we can make tomorrow better. With approximately 15,000 talented women and men, we are a global and leading engineering and technology company, with a clear vision to accelerate the energy transition. Designing and delivering added value energy solutions is what we do.  

Genesis is a global business unit of Technip Energies, providing impartial consulting services to its clients in traditional hydrocarbon and the energy industries. We have an unrivalled track record of bringing high-impact solutions to clients. Our mission is to be a trusted advisor on the journey to a sustainable future. We’re problem solvers who are at the forefront of innovation and our world-class experience, individual expertise and collective wisdom is what differentiates Genesis in today’s market. 

From Engineers and Specialists to Project Managers and Support Staff, spread across 13 countries, our people thrive in a dynamic, proactive business that’s balanced with a deep sense of environmental responsibility. Never standing still, we see limitless possibilities for our solutions; and our knowledge sharing, collaboration and innovative thinking are just a few of the ways we fuel our energy for what we do.

About the Job

The Environment Team is looking to recruit Environmental Engineers to support an increasing portfolio of Energy Transition related work streams. From recent graduates to experienced hires, we’d love to hear from you. If you enjoy a fast-paced working environment, developing approaches to combine the technical challenges of delivering energy projects with carbon management then this is the role for you.

You will work as part of a highly skilled team, working with a wide range of clients on varied and interesting projects related to the energy industry. The Genesis Environment Team comprises a broad range of specialists including engineers, marine biologists, chemists, geologists, and GIS specialists.

As the Energy Transition gathers pace, we are working with our clients to manage the carbon intensity of energy provision. These new challenges are driving even closer collaboration between the engineering and environmental teams in Genesis and we are growing our existing team to support these exciting projects. You will support environmental assessments and studies for a variety of projects in the UK and overseas with a particular focus on energy efficiency, emissions trading scheme compliance, Greenhouse Gas (GHG) emissions and de-carbonisation


Responsibilities include:

  • Working as part of a team to identify and assess opportunities for de-carbonisation including energy efficiency measures, flare management, methane reduction and renewable energy options.
  • Characterisation and quantification of emissions and discharges for the energy sector.
  • Forecasting energy demand, emissions and discharges for the energy sector.
  • Preparation of new environmental permit applications and / or variations to existing applications (with emphasis on those related to combustion plant i.e. PPC and EU ETS).
  • Review of engineering design documentation and drawings in support of environmental studies.
  • Input to HAZID/ENVID reviews and multi-discipline engineering projects.
  • Preparation of ‘best available techniques’ assessments.
  • Preparation of air dispersion modelling and air quality assessments.
  • Identification and interpretation of relevant regulations and standards.
  • Provision of environmental engineering technical and compliance advice.
  • Interaction with clients to ensure delivery of requirements to agreed scope, schedule and budget.

About You
We’d love to hear from you if your profile meets the following essential requirements:

  • University degree qualified in engineering or science.
  • Experience in a similar role would be beneficial.
  • Knowledge of industrial emissions legislation and the UK/European Union Emissions Trading Scheme.
  • Knowledge of environmental engineering techniques and solutions (pollution control and mitigation).
  • Knowledge of the Greenhouse Gas Protocol / carbon footprinting
  • Knowledge of renewable energy options.
  • Strong time-management skills and therefore good planning and organisational abilities.
  • Problem-solving and analytical thinking.
  • Excellent written skills, with good attention to detail.
  • Strong team player with excellent time management skills.
  • Well-motivated and able to work to tight deadlines.
  • Ability to think innovatively.
  • Commercial awareness.
  • Computer literate including in standard MS Office software use

It is essential that applicants must have the right to work in the UK.

We invite you to get to know more about our company by visiting www.genesisenergies.com and follow us on LinkedIn for company updates.

“As an equal opportunity employer Technip Energies considers only qualified applicants without regard to colour, age, race, ethnicity, sexual orientation, gender expression, disability, national origin, veteran or marital status.”


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