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Graduate / Project Engineer

  • Location:
  • Salary:
    £22,000 - £28,000
  • Job type:
    Full-Time
  • Posted:
    12 months ago
  • Category:
    Environmental, Geo-Environmental, Geotechnical Consultant, Geotechnical Engineer, Ground Engineering
  • Deadline:
    April 24, 2024
  • Job Level:

Our client employs staff from a wide range of engineering and environmental backgrounds. They also recruit talented graduate engineers, many of whom have continued their training within our clients company, developing their careers and gaining experience in all aspects of ground engineering.

Duties and Responsibilities:

1. Technical
A Graduate Engineer is directly responsible for carrying out:
 Desk study enquiries
 On site investigation works including logging of samples, specialist sampling for geotechnical and
analytical testing and supervision of contractors
 On‐site monitoring and measurement
Graduate Engineer, under direction from a Project Director/Manager, is responsible for carrying out:
 Preparation of laboratory testing schedules
 Preparation of factual and interpretative aspects of site investigation reports
 Supervision and direction of specialist geotechnical/environmental/groundworks contractors and
preparation of completion/validation reports
 Qualitative and quantitative analysis of geotechnical and environmental designs including computer
based analysis
 Detailed design of geotechnical and environmental solutions including foundations, retaining walls,
earthworks, remediation schemes, monitoring programmes

2. Managerial
Graduate Engineer shall:
 Ensure that all work is carried out professionally and the procedures for recording and filing information,
technical analyses, quality control checking are all in accordance with the policies our client implements
 Ensure that all site equipment is available and in working order at the time it is required
 Liaise with other members of the project team throughout any project
 Control programme and budget of project elements for which he/she is responsible
 Identify to the Directors any potential for increased efficiency/improvements within current
operations

3. Personal
Graduate Engineer shall:
 Be aware of Health and Safety Law and Environmental Law responsibilities
 Ensure he/she is undertaking continuing professional development by reading journals, attending
seminars and attending courses.

 

1. Technical
A Project Engineer is directly responsible for planning and/or carrying out:
 Design, procurement and execution of ground investigation work and associated laboratory testing
 Preparation of factual and interpretative aspects of site investigation report
 Qualitative and quantitative analysis of geotechnical and environmental designs including computer
based analysis
 Detailed design of geotechnical and environmental solutions including foundations, retaining walls,
earthworks, remediation schemes, monitoring programmes
 Supervision and direction of specialist geotechnical/environmental/groundworks contractors and
preparation of completion/validation reports
 Preparation of Specifications, Contract Documents, cost estimates and measurements
 Assessment of designs and information provided by external sources including tendering contractors,
structural engineers and specialist sub‐contractors

2. Managerial
Project Engineer shall:
 Ensure that all work is carried out professionally and the procedures for recording and filing information,
technical analyses, quality control checking are all in accordance with the policies our client implements
 Liaise with clients, other members of project team and regulators on a project specific basis
 Control programme and budget of projects for which he/she is responsible
 Provide input into programme discussions to ensure adequate resources for his/her projects
 Identify to the Directors any potential for increased efficiency/improvements within current
operations

3. Personal
 Be aware of Health and Safety Law and Environmental Law responsibilities
 Ensure he/she is undertaking continuing professional development by reading journals, attending
seminars and attending courses
 Actively pursue Professional Chartered Status

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