Principal to Associate Geotechnical Engineer – Slopes & Earthworks
Are you ready for a new challenge, working in an organisation that really values your individual contribution? Do you want to focus on applying your core technical skills in a learning orientated environment? Are you committed to delivering real value for the clients you serve? If you answered “Yes” to each of these questions, then we believe you will hugely enjoy working for ByrneLooby and you will be highly rewarded for the contribution you make.
We are an award winning civil and structural consultancy with operations in the UK, Ireland, and the Middle East. We currently employ 150 people and we are always looking to add high calibre talent to our team. We recruit subject matter experts, and those with the potential to attain this accolade. We promote a culture of technical excellence, unwavering commitment to our clients and a workplace environment that supports learning, development, and enjoyment.
We have opportunities for Principal to Associate level geotechnical engineers with particular experience in slope stability, remediation of embankments and cuttings, earthworks, site investigation and the preparation of geotechnical reports and design documents. These skills will be applied to projects in over ground and underground rail, highway and other civil and commercial infrastructure.
We undertake many projects that are solely geotechnical commissions, meaning these projects are led by our senior geotechnical engineers. Other projects are collaborative with our civil and structural groups.
The attributes required to successfully fulfil this role are:
- A degree in civil engineering or a related discipline
- Chartered or near chartered status from an appropriate professional body
- Around 12 - 15 years’ geotechnical design experience
This role attracts the following benefits package:
- Strong basic salary
- Performance related bonus at certain grades
- Attractive pension benefits
- Death in service cover
- Accident and illness cover
- Training & Educational assistance
- Professional membership funding
- Annual Leave increases with length of service
Candidates wishing to apply must be eligible for work in the UK.