Geo-Environmental Consultant / Engineer

Site Staff
Durham, County Durham
£30000 - £38000/annum Salary is negotiable
23 Jul 2017
22 Aug 2017
Contract Type
Full Time
Our client is a highly respected multi-discipline Environmental and Geo-Environmental company. Due to continued growth within their Co Durham offices they are keen to source suitably qualified Geo-environmental consultant engineers.

Based out of the Co Durham offices you will deliver geo-environmental advice and solutions on a variety of construction/civil engineering, land development and associated projects, travel will be required.

The ideal candidate will have:
A degree or equivalent in a relevant subject
Up to date practical geo-environmental knowledge and skills
Have site experience
Be able to interpret clients requirements and relay that back in reports, tenders, conceptual models and site walk arounds
Understand fully UK geographical and environmental conditions
Carry out risk assessments including mine, land contamination sources, subsidence and foundations Be able to use Holebase or similar soil logging software
Sampling and testing
Have an understanding of current construction methods in relation to clients site/project use ie piles, platforms, earthworks etc
Have the ability to read and interpret geographical date and maps

The role will involve you managing and overseeing a portfolio of projects from initial consultation to completion and take a high level consultative approach to each and every project. You will also work on team projects of varying size and complexity.

The company pride themselves on promotion from within and actively encourage all staff to undertake continual CPD. The company also encourage you to work towards chartered status.

For a confidential discussion please register your interest/apply.

This is a permanent position and SITE STAFF will be acting as an employment agency for permanent recruitment on behalf of our client.

Keywords: Geotechnical, Environmental, Civil, Groundworks, Site investigations, Land investigations, geo-environmental