Arup's expertise in the structure and behaviour of ground conditions helps us to find solutions for our clients in built and natural environments. Our team are leaders in Geotechnics working on a diverse range of projects from building design to infrastructure for water, energy, mining, rail, highways and aviation. Wherever difficult ground conditions, sensitive environments or ambitious projects present geotechnical challenges, we provide robust and advanced solutions.
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Working within the Ground Engineering team, you will be primarily involved in interpreting and characterising the ground, geotechnical analysis and design, report writing and production of drawings and specifications to help deliver projects across a range of markets and sectors.
You will have a good understanding of soil mechanics principles and geotechnical engineering and their application in the built environment with the critical thinking skills to assess the buildability of the designs you prepare. Your excellent report writing capabilities are underpinned by the strong interpersonal skills which make to effective in working in a team in the buildings and infrastructure sectors.
You will be mentored by senior members of our team in your technical and professional development. Is this role right for you?
You will hold a Masters in Civil Engineering or equivalent Bachelor with postgraduate qualification in a geotechnical related subject, eg., Soil Mechanics.
Your degree, post-graduate qualification or career experience will have included a basic understanding of structural engineering, allowing you to collaborate effectively as a geotechnical engineer.
Depending on your past experience, you will be developing your emerging geotechnical skills such as:
- Problem solving using a range of geotechnical solutions to meet project requirements;
- Characterising the ground for engineering purposes;
- Design of shallow and deep foundations, slopes, retaining walls, basements, and bridges;
- Preparing geotechnical documents such as desk studies, interpretative reports, and specifications;
- Attending site to oversee ground investigations or construction of geotechnical solutions;
- Using digital technologies such as the use of finite element software, GIS, programming, and data processing
We pride ourselves on developing teams with diverse backgrounds, experience, and capabilities, underpinned by characteristics such as having a logical and methodical approach to your work, whilst embracing pragmatism and flexibility where needed; strong conceptual thinking, numerical, and analytical abilities; excellent verbal and written communication skills; strong interpersonal skills, giving an ability to collaborate effectively within teams and with clients; be flexible and mobile, travelling away from the office as needed.
There will be ample opportunity to develop existing knowledge and capabilities, and potentially a technical specialism within the group framework.
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