Job Vacancy GeoEnvironmental Consultant North East Office

Job Vacancy GeoEnvironmental Consultant North East Office

Earth Environmental & Geotechnical are Recruiting for North East Office, Wilton

As a successful, expanding environmental, geological, and geotechnical practice, we work with a wide and varied client portfolio comprising of commercial, retail and residential developers, as well as servicing the energy, landfill, construction, local authorities, utility sectors, and much more…

We are currently recruiting for the following vacancies and always on the lookout for committed, excellent team players to help us grow and develop our business.

Earth Environmental & Geotechnical are looking to recruit a GeoEnvironmental Consultant to work in its Wilton office in the North East of England.

The ideal candidate will live within the area and have worked for a previous consultancy or contracting practice. A degree qualification in Geology, Applied Geology or Environmental Science is essential together with a valid UK driving licence.

You will be involved in writing Phase 1 Desk Studies, Coal Mining Risk Assessments, supervision of site investigations, scheduling of testing and assisting in the writing of contaminated land and geotechnical reports.

We offer an attractive office environment, a varied workload, together with a very competitive salary package.

If you are interested in this vacancy, please send your CV as soon as possible to

Earth Environmental & Geotechnical – North East

A high quality, cost-effective and pragmatic geotechnical, mining, geological and environmental services to clients across the North East, North Yorkshire and the surrounding regions. Including Tyne & Wear, Durham, Teesside, Northumberland. We take pride in our work and are committed to delivering timely services at a reasonable cost with clearly presented solutions

We offer geotechnical, mining, geological and environmental services to a range of clients across the North East, covering regions including Tyne & Wear, Durham, Teesside, Northumberland and North Yorkshire. The region carries its own challenges such as the regeneration of its urban former industrial and chemical centres. The extensive coal resource that fuelled these past industries affects much of the northern half of the region, which has a high concentration of coal authority development high risk areas, an extensive catalogue of abandoned mines, numerous mine entries, coal outcrops, past (and some current) surface mining and more. These create a significant challenge to development, demanding thorough research and reporting, with local knowledge being absolutely vital in these situations.

The southern part of the region does not escape complex issues which include the Ironstone mining legacy of North Yorkshire and Teesside along with the associated steel and chemical industry legacy, as well as gypsum dissolution concerns in areas such as Ripon and Darlington.