Jacobs Consultation Analyst Senior Professional in Manchester, United Kingdom
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Within our Water and Environment business we are currently recruiting for a Consultation Analyst Senior Professional, to be based in our Manchester, Glasgow, Reading or London office.
About the opportunity:
Overall responsibility for development, delivery and evaluation of high-quality consultations across multiple geographical areas and within different planning regimes
Ensure all consultation activities and materials are designed to deliver legal compliance and best practice for obtaining relevant consent or approvals for major infrastructure projects
Represent clients at stakeholder meetings and manage/build these relationships with local communities, businesses, industry and political stakeholders, and supporting the relationships with senior stakeholders
Develop and manage communication and engagement strategies to support public consultations, considering any statutory requirements
Manage coding and preparation of consultation analysis report – working with/leading a team through the process including data entry, code frame development, coding, analysis and report writing
Development and management of online platforms for consultation in addition to traditional methods
Consultation event management including planning logistics for road shows, exhibitions, meetings etc including venues, transport, etc
Manage coordination with technical work streams for production of all required materials, gain appropriate sign off internally and with clients for materials
Contribute to our growing Consultation Centre of Excellence with training, advocacy and advice
Here’s What You’ll Need:
Experience of designing, managing and evaluating public consultation on major infrastructure and environmental projects, working with latest digital techniques
Experience of engaging with a range of internal and external stakeholders at high level and working with technical teams across different work streams and disciplines
Confident management and delivery of consultation activities in a fast-moving project environment and ability to respond to change rapidly in time-critical situations
A proven track record of working a high performing team through the consultation process
Equally comfortable representing the organisation externally with stakeholders and also representing stakeholders’ concerns with internal colleagues during the design and development process
Ability to make often complex language and concepts accessible and understandable to a broad range of people
Proven ability to perform and multi-task under pressure, respond quickly to changing situations in complex project environments, prepare responses/narrative quickly and clearly and use personal initiative
Degree qualified or equivalent experience; preferably in a communications or business management role
Good understanding of both the legal and political dimensions to consultation and engagement
Understanding of the engagement and consultation requirements within different planning regimes across the UK
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