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Geoenvironmental Engineer

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London 109 The Print Rooms London SE1 0LH Mattinson Partnership Geoenvironmental Engineer
Reference #: 18581_1548330408
Location: London
Salary: £22000 - £30000 per annum
Benefits: Company van, paid overtime
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Type: Permanent
Posted On: 24/01/2019

This role presents a unique opportunity for a motivated geo-environmental engineer to join an established national team in their venture to expand their presence in the South, to service their clients in the region from a local base. This is an exciting role for those who like to be proactive and fastidious about their work. You'll be encouraged to progress to the best of your ability, with support from the Director and colleagues as you advance through the career development scheme on your path to Chartership.

The role

You'll be undertaking work both in the field and back at the office, getting exposure to the full life cycle of project work, so you should be prepared to get stuck in!

Project work will be varied across the contaminated land, remediation and waste management piece so you can expect to see yourself undertaking contaminated land assessments including high level DQRAs, remediation site supervison and producing materials management plans.

You'll likely find yourself pushing boundaries to come up with solutions for clients that might be a bit different. The nature of our client's wider Group means you will see an overlap in your workload with the structural and civil engineering teams as well as their contractors, so you'll get a really good understanding of how projects are carried out and delivered. An interest in geotechnics will stand you in good stead in this role as you'll have the opportunity to get involved in pile design and slop stability assessments alongside the engineers.

What do you need?

  • Degree qualified in geology / contaminated land / engineering or similar
  • Experience of working on contaminated land issues, gained within a consulting or contracting environment
  • A good grounding in site investigation and understanding of ground investigation.
  • Motivated, enthusiastic and ambition to learn
  • The ability to use your own initiative and make the most of opportunities presented to you.

What's in it for you?

As the London team is in its infancy, there's no better time to join and help contribute to its future development!

You'll receive generous training opportunities including a tailored career development scheme, offering rigorous technical and commercial support through to chartership. Your benefits will include a competitive salary, paid overtime, company van with fuel paid, a staying away allowance and expenses are paid weekly to assist with your cash flow!

Having met with our client we're keen to give you a good understanding of what you can expect in this role - please call or apply to find out more!

Geoenvironmental engineer - contaminated land - geology - geotechnical - remediation - materials management - London

 
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