Interested in a Career with E3 Ecology?

E3 are a specialist ecological consultancy, with a highly skilled, professional team, working from our purpose built premises in Wark, Northumberland. Working for E3 provides opportunities to be involved with a diverse and interesting workload and allows staff to gain an exceptional depth of experience and develop their own specialisms.

We offer a targeted in house training programme to all staff, identifying key training needs and sharing good practice and provide mentoring within a supportive team environment. Typically, Graduate Ecologists are taken on with a two year initial contract and the potential to take 2-3 months off in the winter to travel or pursue conservation projects. Staff progression to Ecologist and Senior Ecologist level is based on the CIEEM Competency Framework in order to develop and maintain high level technical and transferable skills. 


An Experienced Arborist is required to take over and expand the existing arboricultural side of the business. The successful candidate will be expected to deliver consultancy services quickly, efficiently and to a high standard. 
The company is based in new, purpose built office in stunning countryside, just a few miles from the attractive market town of Hexham.
Specific skills required:
• Tree surveys, using British Standard 5837:2012, and associated reports including Tree Constraint Plans, Arboricultural Impact Assessments, Tree Protection Plans, and Arboricultural Method Statements.
• Providing guidance on arboricultural issues to both clients and professional colleagues in a clear and simple manner.
• AutoCAD for drafting TCA’s and TPPs
• Excellent communication skills, in particular the ability to write concise technical reports, advise clients and supervise work on site.
• Appropriate qualifications and memberships
Beneficial additional skills:
• Trained tree climber
• Bat survey
• Interest in ecology
Competitive salary and benefits package including paid overtime, profit share, pension, training budget and use of pool cars and the potential to become more involved in ecological surveys. 
Please contact for more information.

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Assistant Bat and Newt Surveyors

If you are interested in getting some experience with bat and newt surveys and have a few evenings and mornings free per month, we use assistant surveyors on an 'ad hoc' basis for evening work between mid-March and September.  You will be paid per survey and training is provided.

Please contact for more information if you are interested in becoming an assistant surveyor.