AGS, Inc. is an established multidisciplinary engineering firm based in San Francisco, seeking a part-time or full-time Geologist. Our project portfolio includes Transportation (Airports/Roads/Transit/Marine), Water/Wastewater, Community Spaces (Regional Parks/Community Parks/Playgrounds/Schools), and other large infrastructure programs throughout the Bay Area. The majority of our projects are in San Francisco and Oakland, with easy commutes from the office to the job site. AGS is a boutique firm that strives to improve the local community by tackling complex municipal projects. We enjoy a hybrid work schedule and come together for a monthly staff lunch at our office near South Park and occasional happy hours (virtual for now). Other perks include flexible work schedules, company cars for fieldwork, training opportunities, reimbursement for continued education, and much more. We are seeking a Staff Geologist, Senior Staff Geologist, or Environmental Geologist in our San Francisco, California office. Under supervision of senior staff, candidates will work on a variety of geotechnical and environmental engineering projects.
AGS, Inc., an established engineering firm based in San Francisco, is seeking a full-time Senior Geotechnical Engineer. We are proud to be called home to leading technical experts in seismic, soil improvement, shallow and deep foundations systems and liquefaction mitigation measures. We offer competitive compensation and benefits. We are looking for innovative professional to provide efficient, sustainable solutions for challenging and unique projects. This position is based in San Francisco, California and provides geotechnical analysis and design; and technical project management on projects related to infrastructure, bridges, traditional and specialty geo-structures, and ground improvement. Demonstrated experience in liquefaction assessments, seepage, groundwater, seismic response, stability, and deep foundation systems are required.
A Bachelor’s degree in Civil Engineering or a closely related field; five (5) years’ experience in the management of public works programs which includes the supervision and development of supervisory, professional, and technical employees; and registration as a professional engineer with the State of California are expected.