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Geotechnical Engineer Norwich East Anglia

JP Engineering
Norwich, Norfolk
£27000 - £32000/annum
Closing date
Dec 6, 2023

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Geotechnical Engineering
Position Type
Engineer, Staff Engineer
Organization Type
Firm, Consulting Engineering
A geotechnical/geoenvironmental engineer is required to join the geotechnical engineering division operating out of the our clients Norwich office, to work on a range of site investigation projects across East Anglia, the south of England and further afield.

Candidates as a minimum should have a degree in a relevant subject, and a minimum of 1year experience in the UK, a full UK driving license, excellent communications skills (both written and verbal) and a keen interest in learning new skills.

Ideally you will have the following attributes:

* A geology / earth sciences degree

* Good time keeping

* Good communication skills

* Good Project Management skills

* A full UK driving licence

* Willing to travel and work away from home

* Be within a reasonable travelling distance of the office base, or be prepared to re-locate

* CSCS Card & First Aid Training


The role will involve a mixture of site and office-based work, predominantly based around the specification, quoting, operation, management, interpretation, and reporting of geotechnical and contaminated land investigations. Engineers will work with a team of senior and graduate engineers, and be trained in any aspects they are not familiar with.

Benefits include excellent remuneration package including: negotiated salary, profit sharing and company pension scheme. This is an excellent opportunity for an engineer to be part of a growing team, a busy and vibrant group of professionals, working on a wide variety of projects in different sectors.

If this sound like the job for you, please send your CV ASAP

#geology #geoenviromental #earthscience #Eastanglia #Norwich #Siteinvestigation

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