Full-Time Field Technician – Cape Town
We’re seeking for an enthusiastic Geologist to join our team! Starting on the first day of your internship, you’ll work with seasoned engineers and scientists to assist customers solve water and environmental problems in their communities. For site investigation and cleanup projects, this person will help with environmental and engineering activities. Candidates must be self-motivated, have excellent writing abilities, and a willingness to work in the field to assist a variety of scientific and engineering projects. To be considered, applicants should have a strong command of the English language, a positive outlook, and the capacity to work both independently and cooperatively in groups.
Job Title : Field Technician
Location : Cape Town, Cape Town, South Africa
Salary : $ 28.14 per hour.
Company : PEAR Core Solutions, Inc.
Job Type : Full-Time
- Investigations into remediation procedures, remedial system designs, feasibility studies, groundwater monitoring plans and reports, cost estimations and the development of technical papers may be among the duties they are required to do.
- Project and task management, client contact, proposal writing, cost estimation, remedial systems design, monitoring remedial action implementation/construction, technical report writing, and coaching are all things that I do.
- Permits and papers that are technically correct, transparent, understandable and in accordance with the stipulated regulations instructions and procedures should be produced if required.
- Assist in the development of water quality monitoring programs and the evaluation of environmental sampling findings for projects allocated to waste facilities.
- Drillers have a variety of responsibilities, including setting up rigs, conveying management goals to drill crews, and keeping in touch with them to stay on top of mechanical concerns, hole quality, and surveys, to name a few.
- Drilling and well installation monitoring, as well as the recording of soil boreholes, are among the most common tasks. Samples of soil and groundwater will be taken for testing.
- If there are any problems, delays, cost or time overruns, customer-requested changes to the scope, liability exposure or anything else vital to the project’s success or security, please notify the project management.
- Examine geological and risk assessment papers for Solid Waste & Waste Cleanup submittals with District or Division authorities. Analyze site repair plans and paperwork handed to you by supervisors or managers.
- Management will need daily reporting. Companies must monitor inventories and transmit samples.
- Strong computer abilities including Word, Excel, and database applications; ArcGIS and CAD are pluses. Familiarity with remedial systems, including building and mechanical expertise.
- Bachelor’s or higher in geology plus 20 semester hours in math, physics, chemistry, biological science, structural engineering, mining, petroleum engineering, or computer science from an authorized institution or university.
- Field and site inspections for the construction of groundwater monitoring wells at solid waste plants as well as defunct landfills may be carried out by these experts
- There is the risk for exposure to severe temperatures and humidity, electrical shock, and dangerous chemicals and explosives in a mining or industrial workplace.
- It is necessary that you have one year of GS-7-level employment or training under your belt. This necessitates the collecting and examination of soil and rock samples. Providing standard data, conducting research and studies, and assisting in the discovery and sale of minerals are all requirements as well.
- documentation with a high degree of precision and accuracy; the ability to compile and illustrate geological data using Microsoft’s software Multiple projects under one roof