My client are pleased to announce that due to continued growth there is
an opportunity for a Geo-environmental Engineer to join the team based in Derby.
The main duties and responsibilities of the role will be to undertake and contribute to
the work of the Derby team and to assist the team to exploit business opportunities.
You will be expected to support colleagues to deliver the work of the department and
to assist and mentor more junior members of staff. You will work within a team
environment and will also benefit from the support of more senior and more junior
members of staff. The work will be a combination of office and site based work.
Duties will include (but not limited to):
·Undertaking site appraisals to include review of 3rd party reports.
·Undertake and contribute to Phase 1 desk studies, Phase 2 site investigation,
·Remediation Strategies and Validation work as required.
·Undertake site work as and when required to include logging of soils and rock
·to BS/Eurocode, sampling, monitoring and scheduling.
·Project management to include ensuring projects are delivered in accordance
·with the require scope of works within budget and to ensure more junior
·members of staff are aware of their responsibilities and undertake their work
·in a safe and competent manner.
·Be able to interpret data and undertake report writing to a suitable professional
·Competent in undertaking human health risk assessments, controlled water
·Assist in developing the company's expertise and offerings.
·Liaise with clients and develop client relationships.
QUALIFICATIONS, SKILLS AND EXPERIENCE
Candidates will be expected to:
·Have a minimum degree level qualification in an appropriate engineering or
·Working towards chartered status.
·Have some previous relevant experience.
·Be computer literate in MS Word, Excel, Holebase SI, Surfer, MS Project,
·preferable CAD or GIS.
·Be able to demonstrate excellent interpersonal skills for management of both
·internal staff and clients.
·Be able to demonstrate a suitable level of H&S and QA, preferable hold a CITB
·Managers safety training scheme card.
·Full UK Driving license.
·Be able to demonstrate their right to work in the UK.
WHAT THEY OFFER
The remuneration will be agreed on an individual basis, but they will offer a competitive
salary, personal pension with 4.5% company contributions; an attractive working
environment; informal flexible working arrangements; employee engagement to
include bi-annual appraisal to identify training requirements and career progression
routes; payment of professional membership fees; min 25 days leave with an extra
day for each year work up to 28 days maximum plus bank holidays; holiday buy back
scheme; long service awards; and more.