26 May 2023
Full-Time Field Geologist – Wadi Ad-Dawasir
The Geologist performs permitting actions in the Solid Waste Permitting program and provides technical assistance in multi-media programs such as reviewing and evaluating permit applications and/or waste cleanup submittals, drafting permits and associated permitting and/or waste cleanup documents, completing all required data entry into applicable databases, providing technical assistance to regulated entities, participating in outreach events, and investigating commingled waste.
Job Title : Field Geologist
Location : Wadi Ad-Dawasir, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia
Salary : $ 30.4 per hour.
Company : Larson Maddox
Job Type : Full-Time
- They may be required to conduct investigations into remediation methods, create remedial systems, feasibility studies, groundwater monitoring plans and reports, cost estimates, and write technical papers.
- As a result, daily reports must be created and updated to convey this information to management. Inventory management and sample transportation are two examples of a company’s logistical obligations.
- Must know how to use Microsoft Word, Excel, and database software, as well as ArcGIS and CAD. A working knowledge of remedial systems and general building and mechanical experience are both pluses.
- Requests for more information, if needed, and permits/documents that are technically correct, clear, easy to understand, and in line with the rules, guidance, and procedures of the Department must be made within the time limits set by the rules, guidance, and procedures of the Department.
- Examination geological and risk assessment papers for Solid Waste & Waste Cleanup submittals with District or relevant Division officials, and help in the review of these materials Professionally analyze additional site rehabilitation plans and papers for projects given to you by your supervisors or managers.
- Take environmental samples for projects related to waste facilities and help make water quality monitoring plans and look over the results of environmental samples.
- Field work planning and preparation, drilling and monitoring well installation supervision, recording soil boreholes, and remedial system deployment (e.g. subsurface injections) and operation and maintenance are some of the typical duties undertaken by field workers. Samples of soil and groundwater will be collected and documented in the field to help assess contamination levels.
- Be careful to notify the project manager of any problems, cost or time overruns, customer-requested changes to the scope, liability exposure, or anything else critical to the project’s success or security.
- Drillers set up rigs, communicate management goals to drill workers, and keep management informed on mechanical concerns, hole quality, and surveys.
- Proposal writing and cost estimate; remedial systems design; monitoring implementation/construction of corrective actions; technical report writing; and mentoring are all examples of project management.
- To qualify, you must have one year of GS-07-level experience or education. To achieve this criteria, you must have collected, analyzed, and reported on soil and rock sample data, as well as provided standard data to higher-level professionals, conducted research or investigations, or helped administer mineral locateable and saleable operations.
- meticulousness and exactness in documentation; compiling and illustrating the geological data skilled at working with Microsoft’s software Management of several projects
- In a mining or industrial factory, workers may be exposed to severe temperatures and humidity, electrical shock, and deadly chemicals and explosives.
- To conduct field and site inspections relating to the installation of groundwater monitoring wells at solid waste facilities and inspections in accordance with the solid waste service level for closed landfills.
- Completed a four-year program in an accredited college or university leading to a bachelor’s or higher degree with a major in geology and at least 20 additional semester hours in mathematics, physics, chemistry, biological science, structural engineering, mining, petroleum engineering, and computer science.