GeoServices, Ltd. is a geological/hydrogeological consulting firm dedicated to client service and practical problem solving in the environmental, water resource development, and natural resource management fields.

We are seeking an intern eager to grow with the company. Opportunities will include field work, GIS support, hydrogeologic research, data review, and data analysis to support our technical staff.

This paid internship will be for 120 days with the opportunity for full time employment with benefits. Salary will be based on experience. Qualified candidates should email resumes to pfox@geoservicesltd.com.

Entry Level Geologist

GeoServices, Ltd. is a geologic consulting firm which provides a wide range of water supply and
environmental services. We currently have an opening for an entry level geologist. This position
involves both field and office duties related to water supply, soil and ground water contaminant
problems, and environmental geology. Full-time employees qualify for full benefits including
competitive salary, paid time off, flexible office schedule, health insurance, life insurance, and a
401(k) with company contribution. Most travel is within two hours of the office. Please send a
resume and inquiries to Peter Robelen, President, at probelen@geoservicesltd.com, or call us at

• Bachelor’s degree or higher preferred
• 0-5 years of experience in geology, environmental science, or related discipline
• Interest in field assignments and able to perform field work including standing or walking
for full days
• Able to lift and carry at least 50 lbs. for prolonged periods during field work
• Able to work independently and as part of a team
• Detail oriented and hands-on troubleshooting and problem solving skills
• Strong commitment to health and safety
• Valid driver’s license and good driving record
• GIS or AutoCAD capabilities are a plus

• Conduct field work including sampling of ground water, surface water, and air; drilling
oversight; well log preparation; aquifer testing; installation of ground water monitoring
equipment, flumes, and weirs.
• Compile and evaluate data
• Prepare field notes and documentation
• Communicate with project managers, subcontractors, and clients