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Engineer with Geotechnical Knowledge
Murrieta, CA

We are offering a highly competitive salary to the right candidate. Our benefits exceed the industry norm with a generous 401k match, profit sharing, and annual bonus program. We exceed the industry standards by offering excellent health/life-balance programs that increase individual growth and professional development.

Find an opportunity to be a part of an excellent geotechnical team serving Riverside and San Bernardino counties with main office conveniently located in Murrieta, California. You will meet a team of professionals that fosters mutual, respect, honesty, responsibility, and a work-life-balance.

Geocon’s Riverside County office is seeking an engineer with a bachelors or masters degree in civil engineering. We can support you in obtaining your professional registration as well as additional education. More +

Job Description:

  • Perform Geotechnical investigations and field work
  • Provide engineering reports to field staff
  • Perform analyses for slope stability and foundation design

Experience/Requirements:

  • Bachelor’s or Master’s Degree in Civil Engineering
  • Good written and verbal communication skills
  • Detail oriented with organization and multi-tasking skills
  • Must be a team player and have a good sense of responsibility
  • Valid California drivers’ license
  • Must be a good physical condition, able to lift 40 lbs.

An Affirmative Action Participant EOE

Benefits and salary based on experience.

For consideration, please submit your resume to Lisa Battiato, Sr. Geologist/Murrieta Regional Manager, at email

Established in 1971, GEOCON is a dynamic Geotechnical Engineering, Environmental Services, Engineering Geology, and Construction Inspection firm with 9 offices throughout Northern and Southern California. GEOCON is ranked on ENR’s TOP 500 Design Firms year after year. We work on a wide variety of projects ranging from new and innovative school campuses to major transportation projects which help maintain infrastructure and alleviate traffic congestion in California.

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