Noah joined UES in 2022 as a Graduate Ecologist after graduating from the Royal Agricultural University with a FdSc in Environmental Conservation and Heritage Management, and a BSc in Countryside Management where he was awarded the CEFTRA Award for Best Dissertation. Before joining UES, Noah worked as a Park Ranger also having taken part in Central European ecotourism projects as part of his studies.

In his current role at UES, Noah assists with ecological surveys including protected species and habitat surveys, biodiversity net gain assessments and ecological impact assessments.

Noah holds a level three field identification skills certificate (FISC) from the Botanical Society of Britain & Ireland (BSBI), which certifies him as competent to undertake preliminary ecological appraisals.

Noah is a qualified NPTC Level 2 tree climber and undertakes aerial inspection surveys for bats. He possesses a AQP CSCS card, has undergone asbestos awareness and emergency first aid training, and is a qualifying member of CIEEM.

Noah is currently working towards gaining his level 1 bat and great crested newt survey licenses by undertaking surveys at UES and attending external training courses.