Scott Cawley is hiring!  We are looking to fill the following positions:

  • Consultant Ecologist (1-5 years professional experience in ecological consultancy requried). Apply by 7th June 2019 by return of CV and completed application form to  Job description can be downloaded here,
  • 2 x temporary full time summer contract positions, to assist with field work between June and September.  Job description can be downloaded here. Apply by email to by 31st May 2019 expressing your interest and with a letter (maximum 500 words) setting out:- why you are interested in the position; confirming availability for the period June to September; and outlining any experience in breeding bird and bat surveys, and use of GIS mapping software.  Depending on the level of interest in the roles interviews may be held; please indicate your availability for interview in the event this is required.

Scott Cawley Ltd: Ecological Surveys, Impact Assessment,
Mitigation, Monitoring and Management

Scott Cawley Ltd is one of Ireland’s longest established, largest and most successful ecological consultancies with expertise in providing ecological survey, impact assessment and management services to planning and development-related sectors. Our core strength lies in our unparalleled experience of ecological issues in the context of development proposals, whilst we also provide specialist scientific expertise where required to address a range of impact scenarios.

Scott Cawley Limited, a Company registered in Ireland, Company No: 453222, Registered address: College House, Rock Road, Blackrock, Co. Dublin, Ireland. Managing Director Aebhin Cawley


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