Jan 01, 2022

Chief Geotechnical Engineer (PE)

$80,000 - $110,000 yearly
  • Geotech Engineering and Testing
  • 17407 US Highway 59, Humble, TX, USA
Full time Geotechnical Engineer

Job Description

Geotech Engineering and Testing is a fast-paced organization with one of the highest distinctions within the Houston area.  We are one of the largest geotechnical firms in Texas.  Your set of challenges will be to perform geotechnical studies/projects including subsurface investigations, soil foundation engineering, settlement analysis, lateral erath pressures, slope stability, forensic engineering, and site investigations. Our company handles both large and small-scale civil, commercial, industrial, residential and forensic engineering projects.  Our areas of specialization include; Transportation, Land Development, Water and Wastewater, Petrochemical Complexes, Port and Harbor Facilities, Industrial Facilities, Aviation Facilities, Retail Stores, Public Infrastructure, and Commercial Development. 

The candidate must be able to: 

  • Manage and train six graduate Engineers/Project Managers 
  • Review Geotechnical and Environmental reports (Phase I and Phase II) 
  • Communicates with clients, drillers, and laboratory staff. 
  • Conduct site visits, help with construction issues. 
  • Keep track of all Geotechnical and Environmental reports. 
  • Attend weekly marketing meetings, provide leadership of marketing and business development. 
  • Meet with clients and maintain a strong client relationship. 
  • Write proposals 
  • Supervise our laboratory 
  • High dependability, consistent attendance, and adherence to company policies/procedures required. 

Our firm provides excellent salary, bonus, vacation, Holiday, sick leave, Health Insurance, simple IRA; we also provide assistance with H1-B visa for candidates that qualify for this position.  Employer will assist with relocation costs in some cases. 


  • Ph.D. or Masters Degree in Civil Engineering whose are of specialization is Geotechnical Engineering. 
  • Must be a Licensed Professional Engineer (PE) for the State of Texas or be able to obtain their Texas PE within 90 days of start date. 
  • Must work 55 hours per week. 
  • Able to work independently and as part of a team. 
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills. 
  • There will be minimal travel. 

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