Overview

GEO-ENVIRONMENTAL CONSULTANT

My clients have an opportunity for a Geo-environmental /Geo-technical Consultant.

My clients are a geo-environmental consultancy based in Warwickshire and operating throughout the UK.

They are looking to expand their team with qualified geotechnical or geo-environmental engineers to complete Phase 1 desk studies and Phase 2 ground investigations and associated consultancy services and reporting.

My clients are seeking an experienced Geo-environmental Consultant to join their Warwickshire consultancy. This is an excellent opportunity for a consultant with experience in the supervision of site investigation work.

The position will involve site work where the successful candidate will take responsibility for the planning of field operations in terms of technical direction, health & safety

and management of a range of sub-contractors.

Applicants must be conversant with UK health and safety legislation regarding site works.

The role will also entail data entry of fieldwork results, analysis of laboratory results and geotechnical and contaminated land interpretation under the supervision and guidance of senior staff.

The successful candidate will become a key member within the team and will take responsibility for the successful delivery of projects from start to finish meeting the programme requirements of our clients.

Minimum Requirements

Two years of awareness or practical experience of all aspects of geo-environmental Consulting from

Phase 1 desk studies to Phase 2 ground investigations and validation of remediation works and geotechnical engineering.

Experience in managing subcontractors is required, particularly drilling contractors and plant suppliers. Experience is also preferred in working on active industrial and commercial or development sites.

Training and practical experience is preferred in the use of field equipment including, but not limited to PID, interface probe, gas analysers, groundwater sampling equipment, hand shear vane and insitu CBR testing.

Preferred Qualifications

Applicants will have a relevant degree in Geology, Earth, or Environmental Sciences or Geotechnical Engineering. A Master's degree in a relevant subject would be an asset but not essential.

The candidates must be eligible to work in the UK and hold a full UK driving licence.

Current Construction Skills Certification Scheme (CSCS) card is essential.

SPA Forecourt training and SOP1&2 training is desirable but not essential.

Site Managers Safety Training Scheme (SMSTS) certificate desirable but not essential.

Demonstrate training, experience and competence in logging to current BS5930