Geo-environmental Consultant

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Geo-Environmental Consultant


Bury, Greater Manchester


Up to £33,000
*dependant on experience


  • Hybrid working
  • Multi-office working
  • 24 days’ annual leave
  • Additional leave for work anniversaries
  • Buy or sell holidays
  • Award-winning training and staff development hub
  • Employee working groups
  • Free access to our BUPA Employee Assistance programme
  • Charity days
  • Great nights out and social events
  • Bike2Work scheme
  • Electric car scheme
  • Free parking

Equal Opportunities:

The LK Group is an equal-opportunity employer.

We are proud of the fact women currently represent 50% of our workforce.

We are only able to employ people who have the legal right to live and work in the UK.

The Role:

The LK Group is a multi-award-winning family company with over 50 team members across offices in Greater Manchester, Manchester City Centre, Liverpool, Swindon and Glasgow.

We are a diverse and unique company with our mission, vision and values underpinned by a track record of innovation and the desire to improve both ourselves, our employees, and the environment we all live in. We have a healthy, nurturing culture where staff are empowered, trusted and can flourish.

Due to our continued growth and client demand, we have the opportunity for a self-motivated individual for the position of Geo-environmental Consultant working as part of our Ground Investigation team.  

As Geo-environmental Consultant, you will be responsible for carrying out ground investigations, producing reports, quoting and project management of small-scale projects, and will also have the opportunity to assist in training and mentoring junior members of staff. 

The role requires direct contact with clients and regulators and involvement in varied and challenging projects within this growing division of our multidisciplinary consultancy. This is an opportunity to develop your technical skills and strategic and commercial capabilities in a unique company. You will play your part in the wider team, by supporting our client-side project management consultancy and land remediation contracting sections. 

We have a clear vision and plan for growth, and like-minded individuals will have the opportunity to help grow our business and share in the success this brings. 

Responsibilities & Requirements:


  • Phase 1 desk studies including site visits. 
  • Phase 2 site investigations, including supervision of contractors, and sampling and logging of exploratory holes. 
  • Gas and groundwater monitoring. 
  • Technical report writing, including soil, gas and groundwater risk assessments, outline remediation strategies. 
  • Production of quotes and Project Management of small-scale investigations, including SI design. Budgeting and use of the financial system. 
  • Client and regulatory liaison. 
  • Mentoring and training of junior staff. 



  • Degree in a relevant field such as geology, geography, environmental science, geophysics, or geochemistry. An additional higher degree may also be an advantage. 
  • 2-3 years’ experience undertaking Phase 1 and Phase 2 site investigations.  
  • Technical report writing and consultancy experience.  
  • High motivation for this specific opportunity. 
  • Self-motivated team player with exceptional people skills. 
  • Ability to work under own initiative while fully co-ordinating with line manager’s requirements. 
  • Good knowledge of Microsoft Office applications.  
  • Excellent communication skills. 
  • Full UK driving licence. 

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What our clients say

“Proactive and easy to work with, your targeted and phased approach to site investigations and commercially focused remediation strategies ensure our projects stay on track and within budget.”

Paul Morris
Civic Engineers