SW England, based out of our Bath office, with frequent national and international travel
REGENESIS, a global leader in the in situ groundwater remediation industry, is currently seeking a full-time Remediation Project Supervisor/Engineer to implement the in situ application of Regenesis products for our clients throughout the UK and abroad. This is an exciting opportunity to join an international team of contaminated land professionals using innovative technologies on a wide variety of remediation projects across the globe.
Responsibilities will include:
On site implementation of injection plans
Mixing and injection of REGENESIS products, through the operation of remediation equipment
Site supervision of sub-contractors
Field observations and reporting of product mixing and delivery
Assist in compilation of HS&E documentation and report writing
Provide technical support to clients completing their own injection works
Assist in design, costing and programming of remediation projects
Administrative and maintenance tasks when not onsite
Learn details of bioremediation and chemical oxidation processes and safe handling
Qualifications and Experience:
Minimum of a BSc in a relevant earth science, engineering, science or environmental subject
At least 2 years’ experience in environmental consulting or contracting in a site-based role, with experience of remediation projects
Have a track record of self-sufficiency and practical problem solving in a site setting
Demonstrate a willingness to work hard, learn and develop – with support from an international team
Show an ability to communicate well
Hold a UK driving licence
Interested candidates should send a covering letter and CV to email@example.com. No agencies please.
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REGENESIS® offers remediation professionals a suite of innovative technologies and services to treat a wide range of contaminants, including petroleum hydrocarbons and chlorinated solvents, via enhanced bioremediation, chemical oxidation, desorption and metals immobilization.