Job Vacancy Details
Harrison Group are one of the UK’s leading geotechnical and geoenvironmental engineering firms, supporting a range of projects from single homes to major international developments and infrastructure schemes across the UK. Our services include:
- Site and ground investigation
- Contaminated land evaluation and remediation
- Soil, rock, water sampling and UKAS-accredited testing
- Geotechnical consulting
- Environmental monitoring, permitting and health impact assessment.
A graduate geotechnical / geoenvironmental engineer is required to join a vibrant and growing team of engineers. The Harrison Group geotechnical engineering division operating out of our Cambridge office, is required to work on a range of desk study and site investigation projects, predominantly across the Midlands and south of England.
Candidates should have the following attributes:
- BSc degree level qualified in geology/geotechnical engineering or a related environmental subject (essential)
- MSc in a geotechnical/geotechnical engineering or environmental discipline (preferable, but not essential)
- Full, clean UK driving licence (essential)li>
- Be able to log samples to BS 5930+A2 technical standard
- A working knowledge of the principal soil and rock strata encountered in the UK
- The ability to interpret geological maps and published geological data
- A basic understanding of water, ground and soil gas monitoring techniques
- Ability to follow instruction, be self-motivated, exhibit a proactive approach, work well within a team environment and willing to be flexible to work nationally or internationally if the occasion arises
- Excellent written and oral skills.
The role requires a combination of site and office-based work, predominantly based around the organisation and reporting of geotechnical and geoenvironmental investigations.
Harrison Group is a progressive employer offering an excellent remuneration package including: negotiated salary, profit share bonus scheme and paid membership to one relevant professional body, e.g. Geol. Soc., ICE, etc. All candidates must be eligible to work in the UK.
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