Geo Environmental Engineer

Posted 25 May 2023
Salary £23k - 25k per year
Job type Permanent - Full Time
Discipline Highways, Transport & Infrastructure
Contact NamePatrick Gray

Job description

Geo-Environmental/Geo-technical Engineer
Degree (Required)
Driving License (Required)
The successful applicant will need to be happy to work out on site and travel to the locations required.
Salary 23,000- 27,000 (Plus Benefits).
The role
-    organization and delivery of site investigation projects as assigned to you.
-     This will include full accountability for all site-based logistics and activities and the effective site         management of all technical, commercial and HSEQ (health, safety, environment, and quality).
·The philosophy upon which we are growing our reputation and market share in Scotland is based upon providing compliant site investigation services which repeatedly and consistently use best practices to ensure the delivery of customer service excellence.
·Key Performance Indicators will be set in conjunction with the directors on an annual basis.
·Execution of ground investigations
·Contract management on site to including delivery of projects on time and to maximize profits from each contract.
·Contribute expertise and provide input into the site works of new projects.
·Prepare and deliver technical reports.
·Maintain an effective line of communication between site and the office.
·Maintain courteous and professional relations with clients and build upon the reputation of the company within the industry.
To be read in conjunction with the briefing acknowledgement on page one.
·Site walkovers and attendance at pre-start meetings;
·Support the preparation of construction phase plans, incorporating RAMS;
·Support the preparation of environmental management plans;
·Support the preparation of site establishment and logistics plans;
·Support the preparation of equipment and consumables lists and arrangement of purchases / orders;
·Read, understand and ensure compliance with project start-up information packs including specifications and drawings, drilling instructions, utility service drawings and other project related information;
·Review statutory utility service plans and prepare / issue permits to dig;
·Demonstrate commercial awareness relating to contract variations and changes along with prompt and accurate notification to the Project Manager;
·Exercise efficient cost control awareness;
·Undertake accurate soil, rock core and trial pit sampling and logging, including compilation of typed engineer's logs and completion of chain of custodies;
·Undertake (or supervise) in situ testing (e.g. hand vanes, DCP, soakaways);
·Technical report writing;
·Post-fieldwork monitoring and surveying.
If you feel that you are right for this role technically, but the salary, location or seniority does not suit you specifically then please still feel free to send us your CV. We constantly recruit for roles very similar to this one at all levels UK Wide. We are always keen to chat with you discreetly about your employment situation.
Even if you are happy in your current role for now, we always welcome calls from Highways, Infrastructure & Transportation professionals keen to make their introductions for future months or years. Carrington West's Highways, Transport & Infrastructure division is the fastest growing in the country, our specialist team has a combined over 100+ years' experience in this market. Please call Patrick Gray at Carrington West on 02393 876 069 for more information.