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Jobs in Environment/Conservation/Ecology

Agri-Data Supervisor - East England - L086

De Lacy Executive is looking for an Agricultural Data Co-Ordinator to join a successful, rapidly developing company.

  • The remuneration package will be very competitive and will reflect the experience of the successful candidates.

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Account Manager - PR & Marketing (West Midlands) - SG010

De Lacy Executive has an exciting opportunity to recruit a self-motivated and dynamic individual with a background in Marketing or Journalism to join a well-established and reputable Consultancy based in the West Midlands to maximise PR coverage, build brands and launch new projects.

  • An attractive salary is on offer which will reflect the experience of the individual as well as a pension scheme.

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Technical/Agronomy Advisor - East Midlands - S265

Our well established client specialises in the recycling of nutrient rich liquid organic materials from Food, Drinks and Digestate Industries to agricultural land throughout England and Wales. They are experiencing rapid growth in organics recycling and also in the development of Anaerobic Digesters.

  • Competitive salary dependant on experience

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Anaerobic Digester Operations Manager - Gloucestershire - A630

De Lacy Executives client is looking for a resourceful manager who can demonstrate a positive and flexible approach to all aspects of the role. Knowledge of operating and maintaining an AD Plant is an advantage, this is a hands on role and the successful candidate will be responsible for maintaining a tidy site at all times

  • A highly competitive remuneration package is on offer to the successful candidate. Accommodation can also be available with this role if required.

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