Trainee Recruitment Consultant, EMEA
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Senior Geotechnical EngineerMy client is a Geospatial consultancy providing a collaborative approach to delivering transparent data for the built environment. Further expansion of the department is required to fulfil customer demand and strategic growth of my clients company. They offer great career progression with a family feel culture and support.Applicants will need to demonstrate their skill, experience and capabilities in delivering Geotechnical data to clients. This is an exciting opportunity to enhance and grow My clients Geotechnical service to existing and prospect clients.The role will require one day a week in office and then fully remote when not working onsite for projects.Key Skills required : Proven management skills to lead projects including tender, data analytics, reporting and delivery.Providing expert advice, opinions and technical recommendations to clients.Effective in managing ground investigations - desk study followed by site investigations, laboratory testing methods and factual and interpretative reporting.Experience in design to include collaborating with structural and civil engineers.Experience in managing subcontractors on site to provide data in line with the specification and quality output. Responsibilities to include : Expanding my clients Geotechnical departmentRepresent my client at industry events and exhibitionsManaging a successful portfolio and developing client relationships to support my clients growth We would expect : A BSc, BEng or MSc/Meng in Geology or Geotechnical Engineering or equivalentExperience in training and managing junior Geotechnical engineersChartered with accredited institutionCreative and innovative thinkerExperience in working with Geotechnical softwareExperience with managing people If interested please send over your CVs to Amar.email@example.com
- Salary£47k per year
My clients are an award winning, leading consultancy working within the built environment. We have 14 offices across the UK and Ireland and are an employee-owned trust, so our employees have direct influence on how their company is run.They are seeking to appoint an appropriately experienced Senior Geotechnical Engineer in our Leeds or Manchester office.The position offers an opportunity to work within an established Geo-environmental team to lead on technical delivery of the geotechnical aspects of geo-environmental and geotechnical projects. This is a fantastic opportunity for the right candidate to contribute to the delivery of geotechnical analysis and design within a successful multi-disciplinary and national consultancy, providing excellent career development prospects.Key roles and responsibilities Scoping and specifying intrusive ground investigations,Preparation of project cost and time estimates,Undertaking analysis using industry standard software (e.g. LimitState: GEO, XDISP and PDISP etc)Compile and technically review reports, including EC7 standard GIR and GDR, and production of other related technical documents. Understanding of the requirements of CD622 would be an advantage.Working with other disciplines to deliver high profile schemes and innovative solutions to the satisfaction of our clients.Providing pro-active mentoring of junior members of staff.Assisting in the winning of business.Pro-active liaison with clients, stakeholders, regulators, sub-contractors and other members of the design team.Ensuring that all work is delivered in line with Curtins procedures and policies and to the highest safety, health and environmental standards. Knowledge and Skills Bachelor's degree in Engineering Geology and Geotechnics or other relevant subject.Master's degree in Geotechnical Engineering preferable.Achieved or very close to Chartered status with Geological Society, ICE or similarWork experience in a similar consultancy role, preferably in the built-environment.Knowledge of engineering geology and geotechnics with reference to British Standards, EuroCode 7 etcDemonstrable experience and understanding of earthworks design and validationDemonstrable experience and understanding of the design of shallow and deep foundations, retaining structures, reinforced earth and ground improvement techniquesCapable of producing written reports to highest standard, presenting technical information clearly and concisely.Works well with others in a team environment and possesses strong communication skills.Attention to detail and a willingness and ability to learn new tasks.Strong focus on health and safety.Valid driving licence. Benefits include: Family feel cultureBeing part of an Employee-owned TrustAward winning L&D team who champion personal and professional development25 days holidays + birthday holiday and option to purchase further holidaysHybrid working policy7% company pension contributionHealth cash planEmployee wellness programWorkplace nursery schemeEnjoy technology benefitCompetitive salary and annual reviewsLife assurance and long-term illness protectionEnhanced maternity payHolidays at our company lodgesCycle to work scheme, bike storage and onsite changing facilitiesCurtins awards, walking weekends and away days
- Salary£50k - 60k per year
We are looking for a talented Associate/Senior Geotechnical Engineer in our Bristol office to lead and mentor our busy geotechnical team and further develop our geotechnical services to internal and external clients.We are currently working on a wide range of sectors including infrastructure, specialist geotechnical design, education, health, commercial, residential, leisure, regeneration and masterplanning, and we work both in the UK and internationally.OpportunityMy client is looking for a highly motivated and experienced geotechnical engineer, at Associate or senior level. The role offers the candidate the opportunity to take the next step in their career, leading and developing an established team of geotechnical engineers to deliver and grow our services in this field.You will have the opportunity to work on a wide range of projects including, for example, slope engineering, ground movement assessment, infrastructure design and regeneration, and will be joining an independent award winning practice (winner of Ground Engineering Geotechnical Consulting Firm of the Year). My Client is a multidisciplinary engineering consultancy with a reputation for innovative and sustainable design.We are an AGS member firm and our team of geotechnical engineers and environmental scientists contains highly qualified and experienced chartered engineers, geologists and scientists across the UK.RoleYou will work as part of a team on a variety of engineering projects and have the following primary tasks: Provide technical and professional leadership and management to your team and multidisciplinary teams within the Practice.Take project responsibility and provide technical/commercial knowledge to support delivery and control our exposure to risk.Liaise with co-professionals, clients, contractors and sub-consultants on a project basis with input to information production and execution programmes.Develop client and professional relationships to build your own network of contacts and strengthen existing relationships.Prepare bids for projects and assist in preparation of bids for large commissions. Prepare and present external technical and/or bid presentations. Key SkillsAs well as having a high level of technical proficiency, we encourage our staff to have vision, problem-solving capabilities, ambition, enthusiasm, and drive. We recognise that people are the key to our success. We ensure that we provide them with a varied workload and the full range of tools needed to achieve high quality designs, assessments and career development including software, training and mentoring. We encourage our staff to extend themselves and provide a supportive environment in which they can reach their full potential.As an Associate you will additionally: Advise and update the Project Partner of any possible changes to geotechnical scope, circumstances, or programme that may impact on cost and agree actions.Delegate workload, monitor deliverables and help train and mentor other team members.Undertake site visits, surveys and inspections associated with geotechnical works.Manage and record health and safety risks and maintain the Site Visit Risk Assessments and Designers Risk Assessments in accordance with CDM regulations and all guidance.Be conversant with the Practice's Integrated Management System, policies and procedure and ensure document control of the projects undertaken is maintained.Act on behalf of my client at Design/Project meetings and promote the services and skills of the practice including negotiating and obtaining technical approvals/solutions.Manage project management plans, appointment documents and ensure project fee and resource information is up to date. What We Are Looking ForEducation / Professional Qualifications: BEng or BSc in Geology, Geotechnical Engineering, Engineering Geology or Civil Engineering.MEng or MSc (or equivalent) in Soil Mechanics, Geotechnical Engineering, Engineering Geology or Civil Engineering (with a significant geotechnical component).Chartered status with ICE or Geological Society or similar organisation (or approaching chartered status). The ideal candidate will also possess: Flexibility, enthusiasm and leadership skills to motivate colleagues and clients.Efficient resource management.Significant experience of geotechnical engineering works, including project management.Skills to develop client and co-professional relationships and networks.Ability to demonstrate creativity, innovation and leadership in the investigation, evaluation, design and risk assessment of geotechnical engineering solutions for foundations, retaining structures, basements, slopes, earthworks, ground remediation, in a range of ground conditions, in accordance with all current Standards and best practice.Experience of typical British ground investigation techniques and construction methods, and relevant Codes.Recent working knowledge of geotechnical design and evaluation software such as Slope-W, Wallap, the Oasys suite of geotechnical software, Plaxis.Knowledge and experience of the application of the CDM Regulations.
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Associate Geotechnical Engineer (75k Salary)Associate Geotechnical engineer needed for someone looking to further their career within a successful engineering consultancy, with opportunities to work on a range of high end buildings and infrastructure projects within the UK and overseas.Duties including but not limited to: Plan and manage project resourcesDevelop concept design and design philosophy in conjunction with Project Director.Supervise staff under your direction and offer pro-active advice in relation to problem solving issues. Required Qualifications: Relevant engineering experience in ground movement assessments and substructure systems.Bachelors degree in engineering or civilChartered Member of the ICE or the Geotechnical Society or equivalent.