We are pleased to announce that Clare Roberts has joined EMEC as our newest Project Manager.
In her role, Clare will oversee the implementation of biodiversity inventory and action plans for a national infrastructure client. Her qualifications include a BSc (Hons), AIEMA certification, APMG Change Manager certification, Cert. Conservation Management, and IEMA Cert. Environmental Management.
Before joining EMEC, Clare amassed extensive experience in IT consultancy and test management. She is a certified change manager with a proven track record of leading teams in significant projects. Clare is an active member of the Institute of Environmental Management and Assessment (IEMA) and is involved in their Biodiversity and Natural Capital network. She also holds hands-on experience in practical conservation, including woodland management and volunteer coordination.
EMEC, established in 1991, offers comprehensive expertise in specialist ecology, biodiversity, land management, and arboriculture services. Our notable clients include Severn Trent Water, Nottingham City Council, and Center Parcs.
In recent months, EMEC has been on a vigorous recruitment drive, securing substantial contracts in major infrastructure, habitat creation, and restoration. Within the past month alone, EMEC has welcomed aboard 9 new ecologists, both seasonal and full-time positions.
As a fully owned subsidiary of Nottinghamshire Wildlife Trust, EMEC channels all its profits through gift aid to the Trust, contributing to nature conservation efforts. Over the past three decades, EMEC has donated more than £1 million through gift aid to Nottinghamshire Wildlife Trust. These funds have been instrumental in financing habitat conservation projects across NWT-managed nature reserves, as well as supporting various wildlife conservation initiatives and campaigns.