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Hydrogeologist (Remote)

  • Salary

    €55,000 to €65,000
  • Education level

    Master's Degree

We have an exceptional opportunity for a self-motivated and enthusiastic Hydrogeologist to join our client’s Contaminated Land and Hydrogeology Team. As a Hydrogeologist, you will play a crucial role in supporting the continued growth of the organization.

This is a full-time, permanent position that offers the flexibility of remote work.  A remote work environment is supported by cutting-edge IT systems and software management tools. The dynamic team is spread across Ireland and the UK, allowing for collaboration and knowledge sharing. This role allows you to enjoy the convenience of working remotely.

Our diverse client base spans various sectors, including pharmaceuticals, property development, and waste management. As a Hydrogeologist, you will have the opportunity to contribute to exciting projects in these industries. We are seeking a highly motivated individual with a positive attitude, the ability to motivate others, and a strong dedication to continuous learning. Keeping up to date with changing legislation and industry trends is essential in this role.

Main Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Conducting comprehensive desk-based studies to gather relevant data.

  • Performing site investigations and monitoring of water, soil, and waste materials.

  • Logging trial pits and boreholes and supervising drilling crews.

  • Coordinating site investigation and monitoring programs, including managing subcontractors.

  • Undertaking Greenfield and Brownfield site risk assessments, such as GQRA and DQRA.

  • Developing management plans for contaminated land remediation projects.

  • Conducting soil waste classification assessments.

  • Preparing technical reports and delivering other project-related documentation.

Personal Specification:

  • Hold a Master’s level degree in Hydrogeology and possess a minimum of 3+ years’ experience in a consultancy or similar industry setting.

  • Demonstrate excellent report writing and communication skills.

  • Possess specialized knowledge in hydrogeological assessment.

  • Have experience conducting assessments for both greenfield and brownfield sites.

  • Showcase strong analytical skills in hydrogeological assessment and contaminated land site risk assessment.

  • Possess the ability to multitask and collaborate with various project teams, including in-house and external consultants and clients.

  • Exhibit a working knowledge of Irish and EU legislation and industry standards.

  • Proficiency in MS Office, hydrogeological software packages, and GIS.

  • Working towards becoming a Chartered Professional with IGI, IEI, or equivalent (desirable).

  • Possess a full clean driving license.

What they offer:

This role provides a full-time, permanent position with an industry-leading remuneration package and competitive annual leave entitlements, reflecting the level of skill and experience the successful candidate brings to the team. They value the well-being of our staff and offer an Employee Assistance Programme to support and promote health and well-being. Additionally, they support the Bike to Work Scheme, encouraging alternative transportation options.

Joining their consultancy means becoming part of a dynamic team of environmental experts with diverse disciplines and a broad range of skills and experience. Provide a collaborative, positive, and enjoyable learning environment.

They emphasize quality, accuracy, client care, and project ownership, enabling you to work on a variety of projects and broaden your skills and experience. Committed to your professional development, providing training opportunities, and conducting periodic performance reviews to support your career advancement within the company.

As an equal opportunities employer, they welcome applications from all qualified individuals. Join us in making a positive impact on the environment! Apply now to seize this incredible opportunity.

Feel free to apply through Gaia’s website or reach out directly to [email protected]. Look forward to hearing from you!