Senior / Principal Geotechnical Engineer

Calibre Search
£35000.00 - £55000 per annum
14 Oct 2016
20 Oct 2016
Contract Type
Multi-disciplinary Environmental and Management Consultancy with three offices around the country are looking to expand their already established environmental team with a Senior/Principal Geotechnical Engineer to build and develop a team to work on Residential and Commercial developments. Due to a large pipeline of work which is currently being outsourced the need to expand their contaminated land team is crucial. They require a highly experienced engineer with specific practical knowledge in interpreting geotechnical data and providing design solutions to new builds. Experience in the contaminated land industry will also be required. The successful candidate will be responsible for the geotechnical arm of the company, with a view to expanding and nurturing the new Section with graduate staff in the future. In addition, they will also aid the contaminated land and flood risk team. The following experience will be required: Experience in the contaminated land Sector Pavement design. Foundation design (including plot by plot detailed foundation plans). Slope stability. Drainage Design. Running projects. Writing quotes. Client and regulatory liaison. Mentor junior staff. Any candidate must be able to demonstrate the following abilities: Work well within a team and other colleagues / sub-contractors. Plan works, arrange and manage geotechnical investigation. Provide high level support with regards to geotechnical matters. Willingness to occasionally work away from home. Good communicator in written and verbal skills. Good computer skills and Microsoft applications. Problem solver and lateral thinker. Maintain client relationship. Full UK driving license. Chartered in a relevant discipline. If you require anymore information, do not hesitate to contact me on 0161 660 2360 Calibre Search promotes equality in the workplace and acts as both an employment agency and employment business. This job was originally posted as