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Graduate Ground Engineering - Geoenvironmental

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5d ago

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Liverpool, +2

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  • The ideal candidate for the Graduate Ground Engineering - Geoenvironmental role at Arup should have a Bachelor's degree in Geology or related subject, preferably with a post-graduate qualification in land contamination or hydrogeology. They should possess strong communication, problem-solving, and teamwork skills, along with a proactive and innovative mindset. Proficiency in Microsoft Office, GIS, and coding languages would be advantageous.
  • As a Graduate Ground Engineering - Geoenvironmental at Arup, the candidate will be responsible for reviewing reports and data, managing ground investigations, conducting contamination risk assessments, utilizing digital tools, attending site visits, writing reports, and communicating with clients and regulators. They will have the opportunity to develop a strong foundation in all aspects of contaminated land and water, shaping their future as a geoenvironmental specialist.

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Liverpool, Cardiff, London

Rolling basis


  • As a global leader in ground engineering services, Arup advises on ambitious projects with difficult ground conditions, in sensitive environments. For more than 50 years Arup has been advising on all aspects of sub-surface contamination - from the successful development of the most challenging brownfield sites to new schemes that have potential for adverse environmental impact.    
  • Our geoenvironmental expertise includes all aspects of contaminated land and water pollution and underpins Arup's engineering design and environmental work on multi-disciplinary projects for a vast range of clients including water, energy, waste, transport and buildings, providing sustainable solutions to clients. Our geoenvironmental teams also provide specialist services including environmental due diligence, input to EIA, providing strategic advice, waste management and permitting.   
  • We are looking for enthusiastic graduates looking to pursue a career as a geoenvironmental consultant or engineer to join our teams across our UK offices, providing solutions for development on brownfield sites and delivering a wide range of other subsurface contamination-related services, such as landfill design and management, groundwater protection, geothermal energy, waste management and minewater remediation projects. 
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  • A Bachelor's degree in Geology, Earth Science, Environmental Science, Chemistry or related subject
  • Preferably a post-graduate qualification (Master's or PhD) in land contamination, hydrogeology, geochemistry or similar
  • Rounded knowledge of engineering geology, supplemented with a good understanding of sustainable development principles
  • An ability to communicate complex ideas and solutions effectively, work well within a team and possess a problem solving mindset
  • The aptitude to work on your own initiative and be proactive, seeking to improve existing ways of working
  • Enthusiasm for working out-of-doors from time to time
  • Possess a strong working knowledge of Microsoft Office and demonstrate an aptitude for learning new software that utilises 3D models and digital automation
  • A good understanding of GIS, for both interrogating and presenting data would be beneficial
  • Some experience with coding languages, modelling software, or digital design would be beneficial
  • We're looking for people who are curious and ready to evolve how you think and work. Our strength comes from how we respect, share and connect our diverse experiences, perspectives and ideas. At Arup, you belong to an extraordinary collective – in which we encourage individuality to thrive. If you can share your knowledge and ideas and encourage others to do the same; whilst having a desire to deliver excellent services for clients – we'd like to hear from you.
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Area of Responsibilities



  • You will help us to deliver effective and professional services for a range of varied and high-profile clients. While you will have a great deal of responsibility from day one, we will give you the chance to take on more as you progress and broaden your skills and experience.
  • Day-to-day the role will involve: review of reports and data for geoenvironmental desk studies; design of ground investigations and resulting data management; contamination risk assessments and modelling to inform remediation design; use of GIS and other digital tools; attendance on site during investigation or remediation; and writing of reports and communication with clients and regulators.
  • We take professional development very seriously and support everyone on their career path, with frequent internal seminars and training, and also access to national and international training opportunities, supporting progress to chartered status. Across Arup we work together to share technical resource to meet project demand with opportunities to work on projects across the UK and overseas.
  • This position provides the opportunity to develop a strong foundation as a geoenvironmental specialist, covering all aspects of contaminated land and water and contamination in the subsurface. You will have the opportunity to shape your future, whether you aspire to be a generalist or specialist in a particular field.
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Full time

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Liverpool, Cardiff, London

Rolling basis