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Asbestos Removal Analyst - Northampton

Asbestos Removal Analyst - Northampton

Salary : Competitive plus Benefits

Key skills: Must hold P403 and P404

The Client

Our client is a leading firm for delivering environmental services across the industry.

The firm provides a full range of environmental services for Commercial, Domestic and industrial service.

The Role

Carry out air monitoring, analysis and basis project management of remedial and removal works ensuring the company delivers services effectively, profitably and in full accordance with the client's policies, procedures and quality systems.


Deliver the analytical aspects of operational site requirements on the client account, contract or client site that you are responsible for.
Assist with the mentoring/coaching of less experienced site staff.
Provide on site client liaison, communicating with other the clients team members, problem solving on site and ensuring the jobs are finished to the client's satisfaction in accordance with the clients proposals, quality, and policy and cost requirements.
Complete all paperwork correctly and in a timely manner and completing all QC requirements, report signing, training records in the same timely manner.

Skills and Experience

Excellent accuracy and attention to detail, strong judgement and decision making skills, excellent time management skill and ability to innovate and problem solve.
Basic mathematical skills
Good communicator
Appropriate driving ability.

Your Key Duties:

Comply with all quality and technical procedures whilst undertaking the analytical elements of PM works.

You will also be expected to coach, train and on site manage less experienced staff if required
Carry out sampling of airborne dust for the determination of levels of respirable fibres (Air monitoring) in accordance with current health and safety executive guidance HSG248, 'Analysts Guide'.
Assist as required with the four stages of site reoccupation following removal or