EMC is always open to having people with experience in some of the frontier areas of environmental management and sustainability. We are interested in building a team with multidisciplinary expertise and international experience. Models to work remotely as well as on a part time basis are possible.
We are looking for a Senior Social Impact Assessment Specialist and Environmental Impact Assessment + GIS specialist with experience in conducting non-regulatory ESIA’s based on international reference framework (IFC PS 2012, ADB and World Bank). The position is full-time and based out of our Mumbai or Ahmedabad office.
- Senior Social Impact Specialist: Click here to view the Job Profile.
- Environmental Impact Specialist + GIS: Click here to view the Job Profile.
Please upload your application under the vertical “ESIA”. We will respond only to the candidates who will be shortlisted for an interview. Applications will close by May 25, 2023.
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Dr. Modak is a unique combination of an industry expert, scholar, and a most sought-after person by Multilateral institutions like World Bank, ADB, UNIDO, etc. His assessment reports are most valuable by all institutions, and he created a niche position for himself as an Indian since the 1990s, which is an all-time difficult task for any individual. My best wishes to all in the EMC family.
I had worked under the guidance of Dr. Prasad Modak, way back in 1993-94 in CESE, IIT Mumbai. But it was only later in 1999 when I joined EMC, a consulting company he founded, that my professional career in the field of environment commenced in the real sense. It was truly a privilege to have worked in EMC for 16 long years and being involved, not only in many of its projects but also in administration, business development and team management.
EMC’s USP lies in helping its clients develop a solid project concept, scope, and a rational approach to achieve their objectives in the best possible manner. Its mission statement, "Practicing Sustainability to the advantage of all’, continues to be truly followed in all respects. Supported by its not-for-profit partner, Ekonnect Foundation, EMC’s contributions have been invaluable in bringing about a meaningful change in environmental management over the years.
EMC introduces a great teamwork culture that is built on mutual strengths and helps create a bond and trust among everyone while promoting a healthy competition to achieve excellence. I still remember the enriching brainstorming sessions we used to have on several topics within as well as outside the environmental field (often late in the evenings). Perhaps this is the reason, why EMC has a strong alumni group that continues to connect us, even today, after many of us have gone our own ways.
My very best wishes to EMC and Dr. Modak, for a lovely future ahead with great projects, accolades, and a valuable contribution in achieving Circular Economy.
Because of this and EMC’s ‘being always connected’ culture, even today, I feel like I am a part of EMC’s extended pool of resources, where we can always depend on each other to provide excellent services in the field of Environment.
I worked on many projects in 5 years, and every project was uniquely different. Most memorable projects I worked upon were strategic action plans for state pollution control boards of Maharashtra and Uttarakhand, developing web-GIS based applications for 2 highway projects, to track and maintain their daily progress, Analysis of alternatives for expansion of highway passing through Kaziranga National Park and many more actually.
When I joined, I was a fresher, and now when I look back, I realize, how row I was. but I was very lucky, to have direct interactions and discussions with Dr Modak. It always surprised me how meticulously he used to review our outputs, I remember, my first solo-report was finalized after approximately 21 drafts.
Other than work, the life in EMC was so exciting. Some of the interesting responsibilities I had were, keeping the pantry stock 'upto date', was involved in interior designing of office space at Hanuman industrial estate and later in royal industrial estate. For me, working at EMC was like 'dream come true' job.