A North Wales-based engineering, environmental and planning consultancy is looking to strengthen its team ahead of a busy 2023.
Caulmert, which has offices in St Asaph, Bangor, Cheshire, Nottingham, and Kent, is searching for two candidates to join its geotechnical division.
There are openings for a principal geotechnical engineer and a geotechnical engineer as Caulmert makes plans for the future.
The new recruits will have the opportunity to work on a range of exciting and challenging projects across the UK for an impressive client base, including blue-chip organisations.
David Kitching, principal engineer at Caulmert, said: “These are two key opportunities for the right people to come in and really make their mark within the geotechnical team.
“Both vacancies offer varied industry experiences and the chance to make an impact on a wide range of national projects, from highways to schools.
“It’s an exciting time for the geotechnical team and we are relishing the prospect to have two new faces with fresh ideas join the group.”
Both roles offer the opportunity to work both autonomously, and as part of a wider professional team, as well as the chance to further develop a career with Caulmert, which has approximately 50 members of staff.
Co-founder and managing director Mike Caulfield said: “We are tackling the future head on at Caulmert and have plans in place to grow, not only the geotechnical team, but the entire company.
“Next year promises to be another interesting one for the business as we undertake a number of eye-catching projects.”
To view the full job descriptions for the principal geotechnical engineer and geotechnical engineer roles, as well as other opportunities at Caulmert, visit: https://www.caulmert.com/careers/
Founded in 2009, Caulmert is on track to meet an ambitious growth and development plan.
Its expertise in a variety of planning, environmental and engineering disciplines is supported by its use of Building Information Modeling (BIM) to a level two standard in many of its projects.