Graduate Geotechnical Engineer

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East Midlands
£21,000 to £31,000 per annum
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Excellent opportunity for an individual with geotechnical/engineering experience seeking to develop their knowledge and skills in resolving the impacts of historical mining activities.

In this graduate position you will support the Permitting and Licensing Managers in assessing and issuing Permits and Licenses on our client's behalf.

Essentially you will demonstrate:

* Some understanding of mining and mining risk
* Experience and/or a relevant degree in a geological or structural/civil engineering discipline
* Strong analytical skills
* Good report writing skills
* Good communication and stakeholder management skills

Work shall involve:

* Managing your own workload of permits and working closely with geotechnical engineers and developers.
* Working with engineers on assessing proposals for remediating mining features and assessing the risk on development proposals.
* Supporting the development of commercial permitting and planning services for the development industry
* Managing and undertaking licensing work in relation to coal mining operations.

In return our client has an excellent benefits including: Civil Service Pension, 27.5 days plus Bank Holidays + 6 days Flexi Leave, Performance Related Pay, Gym Membership contribution plus more.

To discuss this opportunity further please call Michael Mustoe on 01489 898854, or apply by sending your CV to

Matchtech acts as an employment agency for permanent recruitment and employment business for the supply of temporary workers and is part of Gattaca Plc.

Gattaca Plc provides support services to Matchtech and may assist with processing your application.

Contact Details:
Tel: 01489 898854
Fax: 01489 898290
Contact: Michael Mustoe

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