Current Opportunities | Appointment Process

This web page has been created to advertise work available with Chichester Harbour Conservancy and its partners suitable for consultants and contractors. Consultants support the Conservancy by providing advice and guidance, or desk-based skills, like graphic design. Contractors also support the Conservancy with capital projects, like access improvements.

To comply with The Health and Safety at work Act 1974 and the Management of Health and Safety at Work regulations 1999, the Conservancy need to do the necessary checks on contractors to ensure they are taking reasonable care for their own safety, and for that of all other persons who may be affected by their acts or omissions.

For a contractor to be considered for work, they must provide:

  • Evidence of Public Liability Insurance
  • A Health & Safety Policy
  • A Risk Assessment for the work they are bidding for
  • A Method Statement for the work they are bidding for

In addition, the Conservancy may also ask for:

  • An Environmental and Sustainability Policy
  • An Accident History List
  • References

The Conservancy may also check for any prohibition notices with the HSE.

There is lots of advice on the HSE website for Control of Contractors. Visit https://www.hse.gov.uk/ for further details.

If, for instance, your company does not yet have a Health & Safety Policy, we would encourage to use this as a prompt to prepare one since it is best practice.


Current Opportunities

THE FUTURE POTENTIAL OF COASTAL GRAZING MARSH AT CHICHESTER HARBOUR AONB

The coastal grazing marsh and important habitats adjacent to the mean high water mark at Chichester Harbour, and the other sites across the Solent, are subject to a range of threats, such as climate change, agricultural intensification and development pressure. Chichester Harbour Conservancy, in partnership with the Environment Agency, is inviting quotes to undertake a ‘Feasibility Study of the Future Potential of Coastal Grazing Marsh’ at Chichester Harbour Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB). Please see the specification for the brief. The deadline for responding is 10am on Monday 10 January 2022. The first draft of the Feasibility Study must be completed by 15 March 2022, and the final version finished by April 2022.

Please direct any comments of questions to richard.austin@conservancy.co.uk, AONB Manager. Thank you.


Appointment Process

For tenders, the Conservancy will score the responses received using the criteria as detailed on the specification. Unless there is an overriding concern, the consultant/contractor with the highest score will be offered the contract.