Job Description

The Offshore Site Investigation & Reporting team in the Geotechnical department are currently looking for a suitable candidate to join the team as a Project Engineer based in our Wallingford office. The role involves supervising routine offshore site investigations, performing standard engineering analyses, and preparing field, laboratory and engineering reports in accordance with company procedures, health and safety and quality policies. The successful candidate would also assist the Supervising/Senior Engineer in the professional development of Staff Engineer(s), Assistant Engineer(s) and/or Engineering Assistant(s) (as applicable).


The duties and responsibilities associated with this position include, but are not limited to:

  • Act as Team Leader or Lead Shift Engineer on routine offshore site investigation projects;
  • Act as Lead Shift Engineer or Second Engineer on non-routine offshore site investigations;
  • Ensure that field projects meet QHSSE requirements;
  • Enter field data into database and check field data input by others;
  • Produce field reports including preliminary engineering assessments;
  • Assign laboratory tests and submit for approval;
  • Develop foundation soil parameters;
  • Perform and check engineering analyses;
  • Prepare final reports;
  • Act as focus point for particular technical area.

    Qualifications required:

  • A degree in Civil Engineering or related discipline or equivalent in education and experience;
  • Student or Associate membership of an appropriate professional body.
  • Skills required:

  • Computer literate, capable of using spreadsheets and plotting software;
  • Capable of generating a safe and quality-based culture within the offshore and onshore team;
  • Good communicator (i.e. verbally and written) to deliver the results for internal and external clients;
  • A good team player and able to form working relationships with Clients and colleagues at all levels. 
  • Experience required:

  • Relevant post-graduate experience.

    Benefits for this role include a competitive salary accompanied by an attractive package including contributory pension scheme, life assurance, 24 days annual leave, private medical insurance and a subsidised restaurant.

    Fugro is an Equal Opportunities employer. All applications are judged on the relevant skills and experience of the candidate only.

    Disclaimer for recruitment agencies:

    Fugro does not accept any unsolicited applications from recruitment agencies. Acquisition to Fugro Recruitment or any Fugro employee is not appreciated.