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Geoenvironmental Engineer

Job description

Job description
Established over 20 years ago, Our client designs and delivers geoenvironmental engineering, ground investigation, flood risk and SuDS assessments, land remediation and project management services across the UK. Their long-term success is driven by their vision to be an employer of choice and a great company to do business with.

They have a dedicated training programme that is leading the way in their industry to provide relevant and targeted training to develop your career.

A multi-award winning organisation with over 50 team members and offices in Manchester, Liverpool, Swindon and Glasgow .

As part of the team, you will enjoy excellent benefits:

Hybrid working
Multi-office working
24 days' annual leave
Additional leave for work anniversaries
Buy or sell holidays
Training and staff development hub
Inclusion in staff working groups that shape the way our business operates
Free access to BUPA Employee Assistance programme
Charity days
Great nights out and social events
Bike2Work Scheme

The Opportunity
Looking for talented geoenvironmental engineers to be a part of their long-term sustainable growth.
The role is based in Swindon, with the opportunity to occasionally work from our offices across the UK.

Core Duties:
Phase 1 desk studies
Phase 2 site investigations
Gas and groundwater monitoring
Technical report writing
Client liaison

You will also play your part in the wider team, by supporting the project management and land remediation divisions as an expert in your field.

The Person
Like you, they care about people and the environment. Safety, health and environment underpin their values and you will play a big part in maintaining these. You will take pride in sustaining a good working environment and demonstrating a keen commercial awareness.

You will have experience as a geoenvironmental engineer and in a core range of ground investigation techniques, along with good IT skills and a full driving licence.

The successful candidate will have an academic background with relevant degree qualifications. Some experience in the geoenvironmental industry is required.

Bachelor's (required)
geoenvironmental industry: 1 year (required)
Driving Licence (required)

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