Our client, an engineering consulting firm, is seeking Geotechnical Engineers with a Professional Engineer (PE) license and a background in commercial, retail, industrial and institutional construction (NOT oil & gas or bridge construction). The Geotechnical Engineer will analyze the geology to determine the suitability of sites prior to planning and designing commercial, retail, industrial and institutional construction structures. Beyond their construction role, the Geotechnical Engineer will also deal with geological hazards like landslides, soil erosion and, in some extreme conditions, earthquakes. Ideal candidates will have:
Professional Engineer (PE) license (EIT may be considered).
Background in commercial, retail, industrial and institutional construction (NOT oil & gas or bridge construction experience).
Strong interpersonal/communication skills, and good writing skills.
Working knowledge of AutoCAD or Revit and Microsoft Office preferred.
Ability to multitask and meet deadlines, as well as willingness to be a team player.
Act as a technical expert to assigned professionals as needed to satisfactorily perform work assignments.
Conduct applied research within your area of specialization to provide new means of solving geological problems.
Prepare oral and written reports to present the results of studies for review by management.
Analyze regional stratigraphic and structural framework to determine potential and risk of future prospective regional trends.
Utilize interdisciplinary data, build integrated earth models.
Attend meetings and conferences related to your specific geological discipline to ensure most current methods and techniques are applied.