Candidates will ideally have 1 – 4 years relevant experience in a related discipline such as site investigation / environmental monitoring / remediation / earthworks / civil or geotechnical engineering / spill response / environmental consultancy / waste. Ideally a significant proportion of this experience will have been spent on-site. Graduates with a related degree are also encouraged to apply.
Knowledge of soil and groundwater sampling, remediation approaches and earthworks practices is desirable, although full training will be provided as required.
A valid driving licence is essential as the role will involve a reasonable amount of travel (van to be provided).
Key personal attributes are good communication, a team player, organisation, resolve, flexibility and ambition. Attractive salary and benefits will accompany excellent career development and training opportunities.
The role location will be mixed between sites and office. An element of home working can be included if desired subject to experience and further discussion.