Geotechnical Engineer – Calgary office-based

  • Full Time
  • calgary

Beryl Mining Services Ltd.

Are you ready to take on a pivotal role in ensuring the safe and compliant construction and performance of tailings structures and embankments? We are seeking a skilled and motivated individual to join our team as a Geotechnical Engineer or EIT, providing crucial engineering support to a Geotechnical Engineer-of-Record (EOR) and their team in-office at Calgary, AB.

This is an exciting opportunity to apply your skills and learn more about tailings structure management as you progress your geotechnical engineering career.

Key Responsibilities:

Geotechnical Engineering Support:

  • Collaborate closely with the Geotechnical Engineer-of-Record (EOR) to maintain the safe construction and management of the tailings facility in accordance with the Alberta Energy Regulator (AER) Dam Safety Directive and the client’s governance systems.
  • Prepare and provide Mine Operations with professional recommendations to address construction-related, operational, or regulatory concerns, ensuring a proactive and solutions-oriented approach.
  • Ensure compliance with with design specifications, operational safety, and industry-standard mining regulations.
  • Prepare regulatory reports and documentation under the oversight of the Engineer-of-Record.

Performance Objective Oversight:

  • Ensure compliance with critical performance objectives during construction, operation, and closure activities of the tailings facility.
  • Conduct review and evaluation of geotechnical performance, including analysis of incoming data from field instrumentation and visual inspections.

Interdisciplinary Collaboration:

  • Engage in interdisciplinary collaboration with Design Engineers, Resident Geotechnical Engineers, Engineers-of-Record, Mine and Tailings Planners, Mine Operations, and Field Services to optimize tailings facility operations

Routine Site Investigations:

  • Facilitate and support routine site investigations, including drilling and instrumentation installation, to gather essential data for informed decision-making.


  • Bachelor’s or Master’s degree in Geotechnical Engineering, Civil Engineering, or a related field.
  • 2-10+ years of experience in geotechnical engineering (role responsibilities are scalable)
  • Professional Engineering (P.Eng) Designation is preferred
  • Must be able to register under APEGA

Join us in a role that offers a unique blend of technical expertise, collaborative teamwork, and a commitment to excellence in tailings facility and embankment management. If you’re ready to make a significant impact in a dynamic environment, apply now!