What's RPA like?
RPA operates an agile working policy allowing flexible working hours and location meaning each employee can manage how often and when they are in the office. We believe this helps our co-owners to have a good work life balance. When you want to be in the office, you can be based in our head office in central Norwich or our hubs in London, Cambridge, the South West or the North West. We are opening more hubs and so are open to new areas.
Our culture is inclusive, diverse, commercial, skilled and knowledgeable. People matter is one of our core values. Being employee owned builds on our culture.
You will normally work on several projects at once and no two projects are the same. You will work on your own and with teams. You will innovate, reuse and adapt and have pride in your output.
Our team thrives in a trusting environment that is focused on quality outcomes.
Looking for a new challenge?
Do you want to make a difference?
Join our expert team delivering world leading evidence-based advice that helps shape future policy and legislation. We are employee owned and offer flexible working, on the job training and personal development from our growing and diverse team of experts.
Consultant/Senior Consultant: Chemicals Team
We are looking to add further experience to our team to support our services in REACH authorisation, chemical regulatory advice and chemical policy development for the UK and EU
Senior/Principal Consultant: Chemical Safety Assessment/Toxicologist/Ecotoxicologist
We are looking to add further experience to our team to support our services in REACH authorisation, chemical regulatory advice and chemical policy development for the UK and EU.
Chemical Researcher Vacancies
We have a Researcher opportunity within our Chemical team to start as soon as possible. We are looking for someone enthusiastic and energetic to support our services in REACH authorisation, chemical regulatory advice and chemical policy development for the UK and EU.
E&S Researcher Vacancies
We have a Researcher opportunity within our Environment & Society team. We are looking for someone enthusiastic and energetic to support ongoing projects in the fields of marine and fisheries, and flooding and erosion. You would also contribute to work in areas such as natural capital, water quality and renewable energy.
How to Apply
We are a growing company and are always looking for great people. If you are interested in working with us and we don’t have a suitable vacancy advertised, then please do still get in touch. As a business we are used to matching great people to our exciting portfolio of work.
If you think you can contribute to our team please email us and tell us how and why – firstname.lastname@example.org.
Minimum 2.1 degree in one of the following areas:
- Environmental Sciences
- Material Sciences / Engineering
- Social / Political Sciences
Experience in consultancy, public sector, industry or one of the following areas:
- Chemical Regulation & Compliance
- Environment Policy
- Reach Authorisation
- Social Policy