Geotechnical Engineer - All Levels

  • Fortescue Metals Group Ltd
  • Australia, WA
  • Sep 10, 2022

Job Description:

Fortescue has an exciting future ahead. As well as producing over 180 million tonnes of iron ore per year, we’re diversifying our business to become an integrated global green energy and resources company.

Geotechnical Engineer – All levels

Work Location: Perth - Fortescue’s Perth office is located on the traditional lands of the Whadjuk people.

Roster: Monday to Friday

Fortescue are currently looking for people with experience in studies, design, operations, and assurance and have several roles that we are looking to fill. We have an opportunity to structure our roles to suit the strengths that candidates bring and to provide development paths for those who want to stretch themselves into other areas.

In this position, you will draw upon your experience with mining operations, geotechnical characterization, and slope stability analysis, to provide safe and value adding direction in mining geotechnical activities. You will also be responsible for implementing best practice mining geotechnical engineering in alignment with regulatory and industry guidelines.

This is a Perth based role where you will be working alongside our team of Geotechnical Engineers. All roles will be supported by the Principal Geotechnical Engineer and the Manager of Geotechnical Engineering and Closure and will work closely with peers in our Geotechnical Assurance and Structural teams as well as stakeholders throughout the mining value chain.

Key responsibilities include:

To be successful in this role you should have:

Our team members are encouraged to bring their whole selves to work. Candidates from all backgrounds and ages are encouraged to apply, including First Nations People, those who identify as LGBTIQ+, people with disabilities and those with neurodiverse, intersectional, or multiple diverse characteristics.

Fortescue reserves the right to close applications early should a suitable pool of candidates be identified