Geotechnical engineers play an important role in civil engineering projects, as well as a range of other engineering disciplines. For any construction or engineering project that involves structures built on or in the ground, work must be undertaken to investigate subsurface conditions, determine material properties, evaluate and assess risks as well as monitor site conditions.
As investment in the UK’s rail infrastructure continues to increase, geotechnical engineers have the opportunity to work on a number of exciting and prestigious new projects.
We are the UK’s number one railway recruitment provider. Our specialist rail and transport division has decades of experience working with some of the most prominent organisations in the industry. Our highly skilled, dedicated team of recruitment consultants source and place candidates in both permanent and contract positions, in locations all over the country as well as overseas.
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Our team recruits for a variety of geotechnical engineer roles, including:
- Principal Geotechnical Engineer
- Ground Investigation Engineer
- Environmental Engineer
- Project Engineer
- Instrumentation Engineer
- Geotechnical Design Engineer
- Site Project Engineer
Current geotechnical engineer jobs are listed below.