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geotechnical engineering jobs

Required to manage site investigations and desk studies with a degree in geotechnical engineering, civil engineering or structural engineering, you will ideally be Chartered or approaching Chartered status.

Your areas of expertise may include: design of foundations, deep basements, retaining walls and slopes, finite element modeling, delivery of geotechnical assignments including desk studies, planning and supervising ground investigations, interpretative reporting, and geotechnical analysis and design. Some previous experience in project management or mentoring/supervising junior staff members would be advantageous especially for senior job roles.

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Lead Geotechnical Engineer
  • Salary £450 - £451 per day
  • Location Birmingham, West Midlands
  • Job type Permanent
  • Description Roles and Responsibilities as a Lead Geotechnical Engineer; DESCRIPTION act as the routewide Phase 2 geotechnical subject matter lead and the main interface with ID's geotechnical subject matter
Geotechnical Engineer
  • Salary Up to £0.00 per day
  • Location England
  • Job type Permanent
  • Description Geotechnical Engineer - Site/Ground Investigation, Foundation and Cabling Design The role 1. Review of available data from previous site investigations and relevant desk studies 2
Geotechnical Engineer - Retaining structures
  • Salary £26000 - £38000 per annum
  • Location London
  • Job type Permanent
  • Description A specialist consultancy, based in central London, require a Geotechnical Engineer with a solid structural design background. The requirement for this geo-structural engineer is for a credible
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