We are not currently actively recruiting to the GGS Scotland team.
We are not currently actively recruiting to specific posts in the GGS Scotland team.
However, we are always interested in hearing from people with relevant experience in the Geo-Science, ground gas or contaminated land sector.
We are particularly interested in hearing from people looking to move into a Consultant or Senior Consultant position.
Send us your CV and cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Supporting the professional development of our staff is a core principle to GGS Scotland's philosophy. We support our staff to develop the specialist technical knowledge and personal effectiveness skills they need. Both to deliver high quality work and pursue satisfying geo-environmental careers.
We have a skills development framework which provides a structured approach to tailor your specialist learning and development. This also provides a structured approach to position and salary progression through the company.
We aim to provide our staff with a career pathway within the company. Many of our staff in the wider GGS family started out with us as graduates, and have now progressed to become managers in our Management team.
Diversity and inclusivity
We are committed to developing a diverse and inclusive workforce. Our recruitment process focuses solely on the skills, knowledge and potential applicants can bring to our available roles.
A training and refresher day
We work hard to keep our technical skills and knowledge up to speed. As well as attending relevant industry training courses, we have regular technical team days to refresh our technical skills and provide training for new starters.
And here's an example of one of our staff training days.
On this occasion, we took advantage of a day out on site to speed time focusing on good practice for flux box and surface emissions surveys.
Lead by GGS Scotland Technical Manager, Matt Askin, the day focused on how to appropriately prepare for, carry out and record results on site for these types of surveys.
Getting hands on experience.
During this session, we carried out these surveys whilst discussing good practice, having informal Q&A to explore common issues and approaches to resolving them.
The day was aimed at both providing training for one of our new starters in the wider GGS family, and a refresher for our more experienced staff.
It also provided a great opportunity for Matt to further develop his training skills and challenged him to answer all the technical questions our colleagues could think of!