Geotechnical/Geoenvironmental Field Engineer

Geotechnical/Geoenvironmental Field Engineer


  • Permanent
  • Anywhere
  • Posted 3 months ago

Our client is seeking individuals with a minimum of an undergraduate degree in one of the following; Earth Science, Engineering Geology or Geotechics to join our growing fieldwork teams. You should have a desire to work in the geotechnical and geo-environmental sector and want to develop abilities in fieldwork supervision in order to gain the experience necessary to enable factual and interpretive report writing. The ideal candidate should have first or second class degree with a post graduate masters (not essential but desirable) and enjoy working in a fast paced environment where adaptability and flexibility is key to success. As a key member of the team, the ideal candidate will be comfortable working outdoors & delivering under pressure and have 1-3 years’ experience.

Your Responsibilities
• Supervision of intrusive site works in the field including; cable percussive drilling, windowless sampling, Rotary drilling, trial pitting and insitu testing
• Completion of project H&S documentation in the field and in the office
• Liaising with clients
• Onsite Project Management
• Monitoring and sampling of installed standpipes for ground gas and water level / quality
• Supervising the installation of new monitoring standpipes
• Travel – regular travel within the region and throughout the UK required
Your Qualifications and Experience:
• Suitable qualification/experience in Geoscience, Engineering or Geo-Environmental/Geotechnical related discipline
• Valid CSCS card (preferable but not essential)
• 1 to 3 years’ experience with Geotechnical/Environmental supervision would be advantageous.
• Ability to problem solve in the field and communicate site feedback to the fieldwork manager and senior engineers to ensure continuous improvement/development

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