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Graduate Hydrogeologist

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Bristol +1

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  • The ideal candidate for the Graduate Hydrogeologist role at SLR Consulting should possess a relevant degree or postgraduate qualification in Earth Sciences and Hydrogeology, strong IT skills including MS Office and modelling software, a desire to learn and problem solve independently, and excellent numeracy, communication, and timekeeping abilities. A full UK driving licence is also required.
  • The candidate will be responsible for routine groundwater and surface water monitoring, installing and analyzing groundwater level loggers, supervising borehole drilling and testing, maintaining databases, reviewing and reporting monitoring results, preparing Conceptual Site Models, completing hydrogeological assessments and contributing to Environmental Impact Assessments. Some site work may be required.

Graduate Job

ScienceBristol, London

Description

  • You will have a great opportunity to develop the skills and knowledge gained during your degree/masters – or to build on any placement or post-graduation commercial experience you have gained.

Requirements

  • A relevant degree or postgraduate qualification which focuses on Earth Sciences and Hydrogeology, and the drive and desire to build a successful career in this field
  • Strong IT skills, including MS Office; and any use of modelling software (ArcGIS, QGIS, Groundwater Vistas) would be a great advantage
  • A desire to learn, and the ability to problem solve and work independently when required
  • Good numeracy, written and verbal communication, and timekeeping abilities
  • Full driving licence valid in the UK

Education requirements

Bachelors
Masters

Area of Responsibilities

Science

Responsibilities

  • Undertaking routine groundwater level, groundwater quality and surface water monitoring
  • Installation of groundwater level loggers, data download and analysis
  • Borehole drilling supervision, geological logging and hydrogeological testing
  • Maintaining databases of monitoring data
  • Reviewing, interpreting and reporting the results of routine water monitoring
  • Preparing geological and hydrogeological Conceptual Site Models
  • Assisting with the completion of hydrogeological assessments to include analysis of monitoring data, completion of hydrogeological calculations, groundwater modelling and reporting
  • Contributing to the preparation of Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) water chapters
  • The nature of the role and the sites worked on mean that there may be occasional site work away from home for short periods.

Details

Work type

Full time

Work mode

office

Location

Bristol, London