18 Mar 2023
Full-Time Geologist/Environmental Engineer Graduate – Badr Al Janoub
We are now looking for a Geologist to work as a technical support specialist on varied project teams in a fast-paced setting. This is a fantastic chance to join a developing group and firm and work on a variety of environmental projects for a wide range of customers.
Job Title : Geologist/Environmental Engineer Graduate
Location : Badr Al Janoub, Najran, Saudi Arabia
Salary : $ 30.17 per hour.
Company : TRC
Job Type : Full-Time
- District or Division authorities must look at the geological and risk assessment documents that come with Solid Waste and Waste Cleanup submissions. Look over the site repair plans and papers that your managers or supervisors give you.
- Tell the Project Manager about any problems, cost and time overruns, client-requested changes to the project’s scope, possible liability exposure, or anything else that could affect how well and safely the project is done.
- Word, Excel and database software abilities are desirable, although knowledge of ArcGIS and CAD is a bonus. A solid understanding of remedial systems and general building and mechanical abilities are a bonus.
- Project management tasks include, but are not limited to, preparing proposals and cost estimates, developing corrective procedures, monitoring implementation and construction, composing technical reports, and mentoring.
- A few of the things they may be asked to accomplish include looking into remediation methods, developing remedial system designs, conducting feasibility studies, preparing groundwater monitoring plans and reports, and preparing technical publications.
- Drillers set up rigs, communicate management goals to drill workers, and keep management informed on mechanical concerns, hole quality, and surveys.
- Involved in assisting solid waste and water facility permitting engineers and compliance personnel in the review of environmental sampling and water quality monitoring plans for assigned solid waste projects.
- Common jobs include overseeing drilling and well installation and documenting soil boreholes. The soil and groundwater will be tested.
- Daily reports will need to be made and updated so that this information can be sent to management. It is important for a business to keep track of its inventory and move samples.
- Requests for further information, if necessary, and permits/documents that are technically accurate, clear, intelligible, and compatible with prescribed rules and Department guidance and procedures within the time constraints established in Department rules, guidance, and procedures.
- create a complete documentation of the data you collect by utilizing Microsoft programs. juggling many tasks at once while also overseeing a project.
- There is the risk for exposure to severe temperatures and humidity, electrical shock, and dangerous chemicals and explosives in a mining or industrial workplace.
- 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.
- You must have at least one year of work experience or training at the GS-7 level. To meet this need, soil and rock samples need to be taken and analyzed. You should also have given basic information to higher-level experts, done research and investigations, and helped find and sell minerals.
- At least a bachelor’s degree in geology from an accredited school or university, plus at least 20 semester hours in mathematics, physics, chemistry, biological science and structural and mineral engineering, as well as petroleum engineering and computer science.