GGS applies the same high standards to taking care of its staff as it does for its clients. We are a close-knit team with a mix of graduates and staff whom have been with us for many years. As our employee, we will support your technical and professional development as you grow within the company and progress towards your career goals.
You will have the opportunity to develop a wide range of skills and experience with us; team work, technical development, customer relationship management, autonomy, travel, site work, project management, and more.
As the UK’s leading expert in continuous ground gas monitoring, you will be working for an organisation at the forefront of the industry, contributing to innovative technical development and best practice standards. Everyone here has the opportunity to make their mark and enjoy being part of a successful team. We are an inclusive employer and we value giving equal opportunities to all.
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What is the role?
We’re looking for a Geo-Environmental Specialist with at least two year’s work experience to join our vibrant and growing company. The role will involve carrying out specialist gas monitoring and gas management verification services on various active construction and proposed development sites across the south of the UK.
Email Michelle Theuma for further details.
At GGS we provide a range of specialist ground gas services for our clients within a variety of industries from desk studies, monitoring, risk assessment, interpretive reporting, peer review to expert witness.
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GGS Managing Director, Simon Talbot, will be delivering ground gas training in Australia and New Zealand in March and April 2023.