Job Vacancy at r3 environmental Tech, Reading, UK
r3 environmental technology limited   
   
A small research company at the leading edge of waste and contaminated land management     
   
We need someone to work on several major EC and UK projects. We would like an adventurous soul who is willing to contribute more generally across the company’s 
work and who has the aptitude and skills, not just to work on our current portfolio of projects, but to help shape the company’s future. We are looking for somebody
with several years practical experience, particularly in the application of remediation / recycling technologies, including the use of risk assessment
tools, who feels that they would like a different kind of a challenge. Core disciplines that interest us most are: hydrology, hydrogeology, mechanical engineering (applied to environmental technologies) or soil science
(particularly soil chemistry and physics). The EC funded projects need someone who is a good communicator, able to assimilate detailed scientific information,
and then to explain it to non-specialists. We require good written English skills, and someone who is very familiar with MS Word, Excel and Access, and wishes
to develop their web site and database programming skills. The work will involve some travel. We are particularly interested in candidates able to speak and
write in Spanish. If you are interested in this position, please send us your curriculum vitae and an outline of why you feel you are the person we are looking for. For a longer
description, and to view our current projects, please visit www.r3environmental.com. Please send applications, or requests for further information, in
writing, to r3 Environmental Technology Ltd, 54 Conisboro Avenue, Caversham Heights, Reading, RG4 7JE. We will not consider approaches made from, or via,
recruitment agencies or companies. r3 Environmental Technology Ltd is an equal opportunities employer. Our offices are non- smoking, and are located in Reading, England. up to UK £25,000 pa
depending on experience.
Posted: 16/09/2004 By: Paul Bardos



PRINT