Mergers & Acquisitions Due Diligence Consultant – ESG/EHS

Are you a Mergers and Acquisitions Due diligence professional with ESG and EHS experience?

Do you want to work for a leading provider of consulting services?

In the role of Mergers & Acquisitions Due Diligence Consultant – ESG/EHS you will be working within an established and busy M&A team as part of their ESG specialists. Currently the team are going through a period of sustained growth and are responsible for working on a wide range of interesting projects: including due diligence covering technical, EHS, climate risk and social aspects. In addition, they provide overall ESG strategy and sustainable finance recommendations across a large client base spanning the financial and corporate sectors.

As part of the client’s ambitious growth plans for 2023 and beyond you will be appointed to the role of Mergers & Acquisitions Due Diligence Consultant – ESG/EHS at mid-senior level. This will involve managing and delivering EHS / ESG Due Diligence projects as well as supporting junior level colleagues with their development. You will also be required to support the development of client relationships and new business.

Ideally, the successful candidate will have a strong track record in leading Due Diligence engagements within the financial and corporate sectors. Utilising knowledge of ESG or EHS across various industrial sectors such as oil & gas/energy, pharmaceuticals, chemicals, manufacturing, technology & infrastructure.

Day to day you will be expected to lead a number of consulting engagements across the range of Due Diligence, ESG and Sustainable Finance projects, while acting as the point of contact with financial and corporate clients, to ensure delivery of a high value and quality service. You will be managing due diligence projects associated with transactions that involve medium to large scale organisations across the UK and globally. In turn it is expected that you will direct and compile inputs across a range of technical work streams tailored to the client on a project-by-project basis.

Your previous experience in building relationships with financial clients, e.g., private equity firms, commercial banks, development finance institutions, and export finance organisations will be an advantage to you in this role.

Hybrid / flexible working will be considered for the right candidate; ideally 2 days a week in the office with the expectation of a minimum of 1 day in the London office a month for team meeting.

In return for your hard work and dedication you will receive a competitive salary based on skill set and experience, along with a comprehensive benefits package. On top of your annual salary, you’ll have 25 days annual leave + public holidays, an annual performance-related bonus, pension, income protection, and access to a range of other benefits such as gym membership subsidies, cycle-to-work schemes, private health insurance, and enhanced parental leave.

For an informal chat about this role please contact Spencer via email at

All applications will be reviewed and appraised as soon as they are received.

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