Work With Us

Terrafirma are a growing multi-disciplinary team providing innovative and industry-leading environmental information. As a market disruptor, Terrafirma have undergone rapid expansion over the past four years and are now looking to expand into new academic and commercial opportunities.

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Account Manager:

To support Terrafirma’s expansion we are looking for an Account Manager to train and engage property professionals and our reseller network to educate the sector and drive sales. This is a field-based role, predominantly South of the Midlands and we welcome CV's from University graduates and experienced professionals alike. The specified job role will be diverse and therefore candidates must be able to exhibit an adaptable character and be intuitive, motivated and able to work under pressure. Any candidate must be able to work alone and able to respond dynamically within a team.

Please see the full job description and apply via the link:

https://www.indeed.co.uk/viewjob?jk=c2c5de6109b1d9a1&tk=1de6r3ba99rdv800&from=company


How can I get involved? 

We are always on the lookout for talented and enthusiastic geoscientists to help make Terrafirma even better than it already is! We are building a formidable team of experts, with the sole aim of changing the way environmental risk is perceived, managed and acted upon within the Built Environment. If you have an interesting CV and a desire to positively change and innovate, then we always welcome expressions of interest. Please send any cover letters and CVs and contact us here for further information. 

At Terrafirma, we are dedicated to being involved at an academic level and we realise that our archives and electronic resources could be an invaluable research tool. That’s why our Research and Development Team is currently composed of only the best and brightest young geologists from universities across the UK. We regularly offer work experience, placements and internships and have had great success with our students staying on and succeeding in permanent roles. 

If you are an undergraduate geologist or geoscientist and would like to be involved here at Terrafirma, what are you waiting for?