Landserv’s recent addition to the team – Kimberly Pellosis – is currently studying at The University of Melbourne, completing her Masters of Agricultural Sciences. This month she wrote about her positive experience working with us:
Having recently started working at Landserv in the Geelong office as a current university student, this amazing experience has immensely developed my technical skills, and complemented my university studies in Environmental Science and Agriculture. Landserv provides a great working culture and environment – every day has been fulfilling and challenging, from preparing AutoCAD figures and tabulating soil core and groundwater bore log data, to Friday morning teas featuring French pastries and being able to play and cuddle with the new puppy Rosie. Being a supporting member of the team has definitely inspired and sparked my interest in the branch of Contaminated Land and Groundwater Assessment and Remediation, and having the opportunity to work alongside experts in their field has been exciting to say the least. I look forward to further progressing my skill set, learning as much as I can and contributing in whatever capacity I can assist with. The invaluable knowledge and proficiency that I have acquired has further expanded my sense of environmental consciousness; I have achieved a heightened appreciation towards environmental, land and groundwater services for the benefit of the environment – which our generation will need to sustain for a positive and enjoyable future. It’s an exciting time to be involved in such an established and successful environmental consultancy, and I’m very proud (and extremely lucky!) to be a part of it.