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Geo-environmental Engineer

Geo-environmental Engineer

Posted 14 April by Penguin Recruitment Ltd
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Job Title: Geo-environmental Engineer

Location: Gatwick

Salary: £28-35,000 (depending on experience)

One of the UK's leading multi-disciplinary engineering consultancies are looking for a geo-environmental engineer to join their Gatwick based geo-environmental contaminated land team. This is an exciting opportunity that will give you the chance to manage your own projects and receive excellent support from seniors.

The work will be an even balance between office and site work and will suit somebody who is looking to further develop their skills, in pursuit to become Chartered.

The projects are mainly in the south East and include high residential, rail, mining risk assessment, healthcare and commercial projects.

If you are a geo-environmental engineer, with ambition to progress into a senior position soon, who enjoys mentoring the new generation of geologists, then this is the perfect step up that you are looking for!

Geo-environmental engineer package:

  • Competitive salary (£28-35,000)
  • Generous pension
  • Progression opportunities
  • Flexible benefits
  • Regular pay reviews
  • Exciting projects
  • Team management
  • Office local to Gatwick

To be successful your geo-environmental engineer application, you must have previous geology consultancy experience, with a good knowledge of writing interpretive reports. A geology related degree would be preferable, whilst located in or near Gatwick, with a full UK driving licence and the full right to work permanently in the UK.

If you are interested in this position or other ground/environmental engineering opportunities, please contact Joel on or

We are recruiting as an agency on behalf of a company.

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Reference: 52471394

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