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Employers & Careers

Find out about CEnv and REnvTech Employer Champions, discover current job vacancies and explore environmental apprenticeships. If you're an employer or a job seeker, you're in the right place. Select from the options below to take you to more information.

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Employing & Developing Environmental Professionals

CEnv, REnvP and REnvTech registrants are highly beneficial to employers of all sizes. They can demonstrate proven expertise, enhance your brand, increase trust and positioning, help to win new work and prove staff competence in legal proceedings. Environmental professionals have a huge role to play in our journey to a more sustainable economy across all sectors - REnvTech and CEnv Employer Champions are leading the way.

Employer Champions support, develop and truly value the environmental professionals they employ and work alongside (REnvP version coming soon). Would you like to work for someone like this?

Or, would you like your organisation to be recognised as an Employer Champion? You're in the right place!

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Careers & Opportunities

A career working to protect and enhance the environment can be extremely rewarding. Whether you're new to the jobs market, transitioning from a different career, looking for Board positions, interested in environmental apprenticeships or simply looking for a new challenge, you're in the right place!

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Environmental Apprenticeships

We champion all routes into environmental professions that equip aspiring professionals with the necessary knowledge and experience to begin a successful and rewarding career. This absolutely includes apprenticeships. In fact, we supported the development of the level six Environmental Practitioner Degree Apprenticeship. Interested to find out more about becoming an environmental apprentice? Or are you looking to employ an apprentice in the near future?