Excellent opportunity to work with a multi-disciplinary engineering practice operating across the public and private sectors in Ireland since 1952. Currently employing over 135 staff in various offices throughout Ireland. This is a permanent role and offers the successful candidate long-term opportunities for career development. With 70 years experience in conceptualizing, planning, designing and delivering projects across 4 divisions named Building & Infrastructure, Civil/Design Build/Water, Environment & Planning and Roads & Transportation. The quality of service delivered is driven by Core Values that means People & Relationships, Safety, Commerciality, Sustainability and Innovation – are things which the client cares about most and builds their reputation.
Gaia Talent is looking to recruit a Hydrogeologist to join a great Environment & Planning team driven by highly qualified and enthusiastic scientists and engineers who maintain a full and varied project load from a broad base of private and public sector clients. The workstream is generated through well-established nationwide client relationships as well as cross-sectional cooperation. The ideal candidate will be based in Dublin, Galway, Castlebar or Limerick office but location is flexible with hybrid-working options.
Must have the ability to work in and lead teams in the collection of field data and in the preparation of relevant sections of Environmental Impact Assessment Reports (EIAR’s), hydrogeological risk assessments, hydrogeological reports and groundwater resource assessments. Also demonstrated experience in the design and implementation of hydrogeological surveys and projects, drilling supervision and test pumping.
Working with the existing team on hydrogeological aspects of various ongoing projects including input to desktop studies, field mapping and reporting. The role will also include financial management, producing fee proposals and tendering for work.
- MSc Degree in Hydrogeology;
- Excellent interpersonal skills;
- Good knowledge of Irish hydrogeology;
- Proven field skills;
- Excellent GIS skills;
- Excellent report writing and communication skills;
- Demonstrate knowledge of relevant legislation and planning requirements;
- Demonstrate experience in assisting in managing projects including financial management;
- Must be physically fit and be willing and able to work in all weather conditions necessary to carry out the collection of data;
- Full driving license;
- Be prepared to work throughout Ireland depending on contracts available at the time.
Very friendly and attractive work environment with active sports and social clubs. They also encourage all staff to progress their careers and participation in ongoing internal and external CDP courses and events. This is facilitated through the ISO Accredited CDP programme. Also you will find competitive salary and flexible models to work.