Engineering Geologist

Helen Jerrard


Geologist / Engineering Geologist

Our client is looking for a keen and enthusiastic individual to join their GI Operations team, and who will be responsible for delivering ground investigation and geotechnical services to their wide ranging client base across the UK.

Confident and knowledgeable of ground investigation techniques
Prepare Health & Safety documentation prior to and during the site works phase, as well as assisting with the managing the Health & Safety of operatives and promoting a safe working environment
Responsible for the planning, supervision and programming of ground investigation projects at locations throughout the United Kingdom
Logging of soil and rock in accordance with BS 5930
Keeping accurate field records of tasks performed
Act as a Site Agent or a support role, supervising multiple activities and staff for short and longer term projects
Performing in-situ testing and sampling in accordance with the specification and current technical standards
Liaise with clients / Engineers / main contractors throughout the site works phase

You will be able to demonstrate:

3 – 5 years relevant site and industry experience
Excellent awareness of GI specifications, procedures, techniques, standards and codes of practice
Knowledge of HoleBASE SI and AGS 4 data
Qualified to degree level in a geotechnical discipline

Our client is committed to personal and professional development, and you will be supported and mentored at every step of your journey with them. You will join a large team of industry-leading, expert professionals and receive exposure to some of the best opportunities and challenges available.

On offer are a wide range of benefits including, up to 25 days holiday with the opportunity to buy more. Where applicable they also offer an electric car scheme, employee recognition schemes, family friendly support, employee benefits and discounts app, employee assistance programmes and an enhanced company pension.

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