An exciting opportunity has arisen for a Project Geophysicist to join our highly innovative and expanding team. The successful candidate will work predominantly but not exclusively on projects in the land-based environmental and engineering sector. Find out more under our vacancies page.
In response to a growing workload, especially in the wind farm/renewable energy sector, we are now looking to recruit a Senior Geophysicist – Seismic Interpreter (Post Reference: SG-SI-2) with experience in near-surface seismic interpretation for engineering applications. Applicants who responded to our advert for the same position in May 2018 need not reapply. See under […]
In response to a growing workload, especially in the wind farm/renewable energy sector, we are now looking to recruit a Senior Geophysicist – Seismic Interpreter. For full details of this post, please refer to: www.reynolds-international.co.uk/vacancies
Wanted; an entrepreneurial geo-environmental specialist at Technical Director level with a keen desire to accept the challenge of developing a technical portfolio to help take the Company to the next level of success.
Prof. John Reynolds, MD, RIL, has just returned from almost three weeks in Nepal during which he undertook field work at Tsho Rolpa in Rolwaling, northern Nepal. He has been visiting this glacial lake regularly since 1994 and has seen huge changes in the terminal moraine complex due to subsidence that is occurring in response […]
RIL’s MD, Prof. John M. Reynolds, took a prominent part the ASIA 2016 international hydropower conference in Vientiane, Laos PDR, between 1st and 3rd March 2016, which was attended by 825 delegates from 47 countries. He chaired a session on ‘Safety in water infrastructure’ and presented a technical paper on ‘Glacial behaviour in the Upper […]
RIL’s MD, Prof. John M. Reynolds attended the Marine and River Dune Dynamics MARID-5 international conference held in Caernarfon, North Wales, on the 4th and 5th April. He gave one of three invited keynote presentations entitled ‘Managing the issue of seabed sediment in offshore renewable energy projects’. In his presentation he outlined key issues with […]
Due to a growing workload RIL is keen to appoint two new members of staff as soon as possible. The new posts are Technical Director and Geohazards Specialist. For the Technical Director role we are looking for a senior technical specialist in one of three sectors: Near-Surface Geophysics (terrestrial and offshore); Engineering Geology/Geotechnical Engineering; or […]
RIL will partner with Aberystwyth and Exeter universities in the UK and with the Austral University of Chile, Valdivia, in Chile for a 2-year research project ‘Glacial hazards in Chile: Processes, Assessment, Mitigation and Risk Management Strategies’ as from January 2016 until January 2018. The work consists of three themes: (1) To understand the physical […]
This year’s international gathering of hydropower specialists was held in Bordeaux, France, 26th-28th October 2015. Prof. John Reynolds, RIL’s MD, gave a presentation entitled ‘On the need to integrate Disaster Risk Management within the hydropower sector’. This was part of a specially-convened session following the devastating earthquakes in Nepal in April and May. As part […]