- Master's degree
- Doctoral degree
- Doctor of Philosophy
- Writing skills
- Machine learning
- Data collection
We invite you to bring your up-to-date knowledge and hands-on experience in the implementation of water resources management. To succeed in this role, you must have Master’s degree or PhD in geophysics. A California registered Professional Geophysicist (PGP) and/or Professional Geologist (PG)/ Certified Hydrogeologist (CHG) is preferred. Are you our new Geophysicist? Click the apply-button to send your application.
Inviting bright minds
Do you want to push the boundaries of your profession and develop your excellence in an open, collaborative and empowering culture? We work to create a sustainable future and our inspiring projects and innovative solutions strive to set the standard among our peers. You will join a global company that has been growing successfully since its founding in 1945. Together, we lead and leave a positive impact on societies, companies and people around the world.
You will join our Water Resources Management department. As our new Geophysicist you will be part of a team covering a wide range of disciplines, expertise and topics. Examples include integrated water resources management, assessment of the demand for water for drinking and commercial purposes, groundwater mapping and surface water monitoring, simulation and modelling of the hydrologic cycle, water assessments, drought impacts and water supply resiliency studies, legislation, river basin management, institutional and capacity building and water resources protection.
Your key tasks and responsibilities will be one of near-surface geophysics via ground based and airborne techniques, with a focus on groundwater exploration. Duties include:
Technical evaluations and consulting with clients
Conducting field work
Data processing and analysis
Integrating geophysical methods with groundwater modeling
Development of technical deliverables and reporting
Coordinating with international experts
Performing geophysical work in states throughout the US and abroad
Writing proposals and client business development support
Your starting point and personal qualities that will help you succeed in this role include:
2+ years of experience.
Experience in using electrical and electromagnetic geophysical methods. Seismic and geophysical borehole logging competencies is a plus.
Project leadership at task level
Ability and willingness to participate in field work and data collection.
Ability to use geophysical processing and inversion software, as well as GIS.
Experience with machine learning for relating geophysical measurements and hydraulic properties
Understanding of groundwater management principles and use of airborne electromagnetic methods to assess saltwater intrusion, land subsidence, aquifer delineation, managed aquifer recharge siting etc.
Excellent writing and oral presentation skills.
US resident, preferably near Ramboll US offices in southern, midwestern, or western states.
Welcome to our Water division
At Ramboll, a global team of bright water scientists, engineers and consulting professionals support the development of sustainable societies, working with water projects on a global scale. We assist our clients on their most challenging water management issues, delivering solutions that enable people and nature to flourish. Our main service areas cover Climate Adaptation & Landscape Architecture, Water & Wastewater Treatment, Water Resource Management and Water & Wastewater Networks.
Ramboll in Americas
Ramboll has nearly 2,000 experts working across nationwide offices in the Americas applying their passion to deliver innovative solutions within Water, Environment & Health, Energy, Planning & Urban Design, and Management Consulting. Founded in Denmark, Ramboll is a people company. We invite you to contribute to a sustainable future working in an open, collaborative and empowering culture. Unless you want to attract traditional hydrogeologists.