Graduate Geo-Environmental Consultant (Permanent, Full Time) .
Our client has an ideal opportunity for a fresh, motivated graduate + 2yrs
An immediate vacancy for a confident, hardworking individual to join a growing team of engineering geologists, environmental scientists and structural surveyors. Our client is a multidisciplinary specialist Geotechnical and Geo-environmental consultancy based on the South Coast providing investigation services to the construction industry throughout the UK.
They are currently looking to recruit a highly motivated and enthusiastic Graduate +2yrs Geo-environmental Consultant to support their existing team.
Role Description: The primary job role will be the delivery of Site Investigation projects within a range of environments, including rail, commercial premises, schools and residential dwellings for private and public sector clients.
Ideally, they are seeking a Contaminated Land Specialist, although an Engineering Geologist with a leaning towards Geo-environmental engineering would be considered.
This is a full time position, involved mainly, but not exclusively, in the management of Stage 1 and Stage 2 Site Investigation and Stage 3 Remediation / Stage 4: Validation/Verification projects throughout the UK, in support of our lead Geo-environmental Consultant. This will include the supervision of drilling and technical crews, logging soil and rock samples to BS5930, the selection of relevant geotechnical/geo-environmental sampling, scheduling of testing and production of Stage 1 Stage 4 Factual and Interpretive Reports.
Required Skills The successful applicant should be qualified as a minimum to undergraduate level in Contaminated Land / Environmental Science, Geology, Engineering Geology or a similar related discipline. A Post Graduate degree level qualification in a related discipline is desirable, but not essential.
In addition, some knowledge/experience in the following would be beneficial: Ground gas monitoring Groundwater monitoring BRE365 Infiltration Testing A strong work and team ethic are essential; the applicant should be enthusiastic, adaptable and capable of managing their own workload to produce a consistent and quality service to our clients’ requirements. Strong written and spoken communication skills with an eye for detail are also considered of paramount importance. constructiveevaluation site investigation ? building pathology Mentoring and support will be provided with the opportunity for continued learning whilst working with the team.
The job role will involve travel to investigation sites and applicants should hold a clean UK driving license. Transport to site will be provided.
Applicants should be prepared to attend training courses and work in a variety of environments, including Road / Rail projects. Unsociable hours working such as night shift and weekend working may occasionally be required.
The competitive remuneration package will depend upon qualifications and experience, and will include Overtime where applicable Allowance for overnight subsistence Flexible working hours Use of fleet vehicle for work Pension Minimum 20 days annual leave + Bank Holidays Subsidised professional subscriptions Free parking Regular performance reviews