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Graduate Hydrology / Geography Engineer

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AECOM

5d ago

💼 Graduate Job

Edinburgh

AI generated summary

  • You need an MSc in hydrology or related field, with a first degree in geology, geography, or environmental science focusing on hydrology. Strong conceptual skills and proficiency in Microsoft Office are a must.
  • You will collect and analyze hydrological data, assist with groundwater software, prepare reports, and collaborate with various teams to support project development and innovation.

Graduate Job

EngineeringEdinburgh

Description

  • Your work will cover a broad range of hydrogeological and water resources activities including groundwater resource evaluation and development, hydrogeological impact assessment of major infrastructure schemes such as mines and tunnels, and groundwater control and dewatering.
  • You’ll work with other experienced members of the team who will guide you as you start working on live projects, including groundwater assessments for a variety of projects in the UK and overseas.
  • At AECOM our multidisciplinary water environment team includes specialists in hydrogeology, hydrology, hydromorphology, water quality and water resource management. Together, we work for a wide range of clients and projects including water companies, onshore oil and gas companies, private companies such as bottled water suppliers, and quarry operators.

Requirements

  • MSc or above in hydrology or similar
  • First degree in either Geochemistry, applied geology degree ie engineering/environmental geology, Geophysics, Geography, Earth Science, Environmental Engineering, Environmental Bioscience must have a focus on Hydrology/Geography
  • Ability to conceptualise hydrogeological issues
  • Good Microsoft Office skills essential such as Word, Excel & Powerpoint

Education requirements

Masters

Area of Responsibilities

Engineering

Responsibilities

  • Site work, including collection of groundwater and surface water data and supervision of borehole drilling and testing
  • Collation, processing and analysis of data into existing and new databases
  • Use of specialist groundwater software, including AquiferWin32
  • Desk study evaluation of project hydrogeology and contributions to factual and assessment reports
  • Preparation of graphical and GIS deliverables
  • Contributing to continued innovation and business development
  • Involvement with and support to the groundwater team and other disciplines such as hydrology, flood, geotechnics, contaminated land and ecology

Details

Work type

Full time

Work mode

office

Location

Edinburgh