Outside of academia, careers for Geomorphologists can widely vary. In this space we want to provide you with profiles and information on how to pursue a career in ‘professional’ geomorphology.
In the UK the primary focus is around three industries:
- Regulatory and Government
- Third sector organisations
This page is constantly updated with new profiles and job adverts, so keep come back to find out more.
A Day in the Life of a....
As a SEPA Hydromorphologist you get the opportunity to influence policies related river management, work to produce better outcomes for the water environment through supporting the regulatory framework for the engineering work on water bodies, develop and support the delivery of Water Environment Fund restoration projects across Scotland, and research new and innovative ways to protect, manage and retore the Scottish Environment for generations to come.
Read the full profile here, covering a typical day, what happens in the office and what happens out on site.
Here is a list of live vacancies. Keep checking this page or our twitter feed for more updates*:
- Fluvial Geomorphologist – Calders River Trust
- Geomorphology Officer – Environment Agency (Hertfordshire & North London)
- Senior Fluvial Geomorphologist – WSP. Note – apply via LinkedIn.
- Geomorphologist – Environment Agency
*Please note the job adverts posted are those provided to the BSG by third parties and are not exhaustive, the BSG do not get involved in recruitment.