Geotechnical Engineer

3 days left

Location
Bristol
Salary
£26000 - £32000 per annum
Posted
26 Jun 2018
Closes
24 Jul 2018
Ref
VR/3107/SR
Contact
Rail Team
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time
We are currently working with a consultancy whom are based within the Bristol region and been organically growing, therefore have a growing project portfolio so looking to expand the team by recruiting a Geotechnical Engineer. This would be an excellent opportunity for a Graduate Geotechnical or Assistant Geotechnical Engineer looking to make a step up into an Engineer. You would will be working within a Geotechnical Design environment and will be expected to undertake the design of foundations, retaining structures and slope stability to EC7.  You will have the opportunity to undertake temporary work design, undertake site investigation and reporting. You will undertake geotechnical design reports and utilize FEM software/modelling.

Job Requirements

  • At least 2 years post-graduation experience
  • Experience working within a Geotechnical Design environment, ideally in the Rail environment, but other sectors will be considered
  • Valid UK driving license 

 

If this position is of interest, then don’t hesitate to contact Sebastian at Critical Project Resourcing

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