We work to create better places for people and wildlife, and support sustainable development.

EA is an executive non-departmental public body, sponsored by the Department for Environment, Food & Rural Affairs.

We employ around 10,600 people throughout England in a variety of roles including:

  • scientists
  • geologists
  • engineers
  • project managers
  • planners
  • hydrologists
  • environment officers
  • graduates
  • nuclear assessors
  • policy advisors
  • enforcement officers
  • senior managers
  • support staff

What we offer you

There are a range of benefits available when you work with us.

Pay and pension

We offer:

  • a competitive salary
  • a generous career average pension scheme

Enhanced benefits

These include:

  • holiday allowance related to grade and length of service, rising from 25 or 27 days to 30 days per year, plus 8 statutory public and bank holidays (pro-rata for part-time employees)
  • maternity, paternity and adoption leave scheme
  • leave for examinations, approved studies, public duties, special or reserve forces, environmental work, trade union representatives and health and safety representatives
  • a range of flexible working options, including flexi-time - these depend on business needs, but our aim is to help you achieve a positive work-life balance

Health and wellbeing

We offer:

  • occupational health benefits, including counselling and advisory service, eye care service and access to Help (our employee assistance service)
  • interest free loans for season tickets and/or bicycles and safety equipment
  • childcare vouchers scheme
  • subsidised sports and social clubs
  • many other rewards, including shopping, leisure, fitness, finance and travel benefits and discounts
£36,389 yearly
Environment Agency England, UK
02 Aug, 2021
Full time
Environment Agency Flood & Coastal Risk Management Area Programmes – Resource Advisor Grade 5: £36,389 Various locations   Inform tomorrow: ensure we have the workforce we need to deliver our vital projects   The challenge   We are the Environment Agency. We protect and improve the environment.   The nation’s investment in flood and coastal defences has helped to protect properties and reduce the impacts of flooding on lives and livelihoods. Between 1 April 2021 and 31 March 2027, the government is investing a further £5.2 billion in reducing the risks of flooding and coastal erosion. Alongside the construction of hard flood defences, our programme will seek to incorporate natural flood management and climate change allowances into the design of our schemes as well as create habitats for wildlife.   Each of our 14 regions has its own Programmes team, which works in partnership with...