Graduate Hydrogeologist Reference: BY1098 Location: London Salary: £24,000 - £25,000. Are you a graduate with an interest and background in hydrogeology, looking to kickstart your career? This could be the position for you This is an exciting opportunity for a Graduate Hydrogeologist based in London, looking for expert training on a wide variety of projects to join a team of Environmental and Engineering specialists. The successful Graduate Hydrogeologist will be offered: A top salary (£24,000-£25,000). Fantastic training opportunities. Wide variety of projects to apply education and knowledge to. Company benefits and pension scheme.The Graduate Hydrogeologist position involves working closely with the geo-environmental, geotechnical and hydrogeology team on a variety of projects. You'll be collecting and interpreting ground water data, report writing, communicating with team members regarding project development and supporting all aspects of projects in order to develop a broad understanding of the industry and it's processes. To be considered for this Graduate Hydrogeology position you should: Have a degree in hydrogeology, geology or a similar and relevant subject. Be keen to learn and apply skills developed in university. Have an ability to work independently, using initiative, and collectively within a team. Hold a full UK Driving Licence. Be commutable to the London office and sites. Have a full right to work in the UK. Prior experience as a hydrogeologist, or in a geology position is preferred but not essential.If you are interested in this or other roles Engineering/Environmental/Hydrogeology roles please do not hesitate to contact Beth Young on (url removed) or call (phone number removed). We have many more vacancies available on our website. Please refer to (url removed). This is a permanent role. Penguin Recruitment is operating as a Recruitment Agency in respect to this position
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