|Job Ref:||204684255||Employer:||cv-library.co.uk||Industry:||Civil and Structural||Job Type:||Permanent||Country:||United Kingdom||County/State:||Leicestershire||City:||Leicestershire||Address:||Post Code:||LE65||Salary:||£20000 - £45000/annum||Post Date:||19/10/2016 09:45|
Our client is a thriving multi-disciplinary company offering geotechnical and structural consultancy; an in-house UKAS and MCERTs accredited laboratory, and a site testing division that operates throughout the motorway network.|
Due to a rapidly expanding workload in the housing, commercial and public sector, our client is seeking Geotechnical / Geo-environmental Engineers from Graduate to Senior level to join its thriving Geotechnical Division.
You must hold a first degree in civil engineering, geology, environmental science or a related field. You should be enthusiastic, adaptable, self-motivated and organised. Candidates will be expected to be highly literate and able to communicate effectively.
For the right candidates, this opportunity offers the potential for rapid career progression.
For the graduate posts, candidates will be trained to undertake site monitoring, site visits, trial pitting, soil and rock logging and laboratory test scheduling. Candidates will also be trained in the production of desk studies and factual and interpretative reports.
For the intermediate and more senior posts, candidates should demonstrate experience in one or more of the following areas:
Desk Study Preperation
Human Health Risk Assessment
Groundwater Risk Assessment
Ground Gas Risk Assessment
Successful candidates for the more senior posts will be expected to undertake and manage ground investigation and contaminated land projects within the Geotechnical Division, and will be expected to make a significant contribution to the report writing capability of the department.
All appointments are based in the East Midlands office, however you will be expected to undertake site visits and attend meetings, commensurate with your experience, throughout the Midlands and further afield