Interested in a career in Geoscience? Scratch below the surface and discover more.
Geoscientists are vital to the work of the Environment Agency. We rely on their specialist skills to provide the main technical expertise for four of our key areas of work: water resources, water quality, waste and land quality.
Our geoscientists include hydrogeologists, geotechnical engineers, contaminated land specialists and engineering geologists. They represent a core group of trained experts whose input and influence lie at the heart of the work we carry out every day. They help us protect the quality and quantity of groundwater, protect land and deal with the legacy of land contamination. Join us and you too can make a difference – find out more about the types of roles we have by following the link below.
If you are interested in applying, please send us your CV stating where you'd be interested in working (see map for our Geoscience locations) to:
Should a relevant position become available, we get in touch to find out if you are still interested in applying. All CVs will be treated in strictest confidence, your details will only be used to assess your eligiblilty for geoscience vacancies within the Environment Agency.