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Graduate Environmental Scientist

Reference URS28461   (Please mention Stopdodo/Environment Jobs in your application)
Location New Zealand (North) - Australasia
Town/City Auckland
Salary Range Dependent on Experience
Type Fixed Term and Permanent Roles
Status Full Time
Level Voluntary & Interns
Deadline 01/02/2009
Company Name URS
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This is an excellent opportunity for a recently qualified graduate to join our well established environmental team.

This role will primarily include environmental site assessments including desk top reviews, site audits and intrusive investigations of potentially contaminated sites around the Auckland region. . You will also be required to participate in other environmental science tasks from time to time including environmental auditing, monitoring and assessment.

Around 60% of your time will be spent undertaking fieldwork, with the remainder involving data analysis and report writing.

You will need to be self-motivated, adaptable, comfortable working in the outdoors, and a good team player.

Joining URS means becoming a part of one of the world's largest engineering and environmental firms with an expertise network of 55,000 staff in more than 34 countries. URS Corporation is consistently ranked among the world leaders in its disciplines by international publisher Engineering News-Record.

Our expertise is applied to a broad range of projects and clients. We are experienced in managing all aspects of major infrastructure projects including concept development, site selection and consultation, consents, design, construction management and commissioning. Our engineering and environmental solutions have been applied to many challenges including bridges, roads, dams, wastewater treatment plants, land remediation, ports, pipelines, telecommunications networks and rapid transit systems.

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