- Post Date:17th April 2019
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Our client are currently seeking a Geo-Environmental Engineer to work on new and existing projects, mainly comprising Phase 1 and Phase 2 Site Investigations.
As a Geo-Environmental Engineer with our client, you will have the opportunity to work on a range of different projects mostly comprising redevelopment of brownfield sites. You will have the opportunity to become a key member of the team, working with senior staff on some exciting projects.
The role will include:
Planning, execution and reporting of Phase 1 and Phase 2 Geo-Environmental and Geotechnical site investigations
Logging soil and rock samples
Scheduling laboratory testing
Site monitoring – groundwater, surface water and ground-gas
Conducting soil and groundwater risk assessments Liaising with Clients and Regulators
Desirable Skills & Experience:
Relevant degree in Geology, Environmental Science – postgraduate degree desirable
At least 2 years UK consultancy experience
Excellent communication and report writing skills
Membership of a professional organisation such as the Geological Society or CIWEM,
ideally working towards Chartered Status
Experience of quantitative human health, groundwater and ground-gas risk assessments
Willingness to research and keep up to date with current contamination topics & legislation Liaison with Clients and Regulators including Local Authorities and the Environment Agency
Ideally knowledge of asbestos regulations and associated testing and risk assessment
Production of Remediation Method Statements, supervision of remediation works and production of Validation Reports
Geotechnical knowledge, logging soils and rocks etc.
Full driving licence
This role is ideal for a Geo-Environmental engineer with around 3 years experience who is looking to take the next step in their career. To apply for this role please contact Neil Ellerton of Penguin Recruitment on 01792 365 100. Alternatively, you can email your CV to firstname.lastname@example.org