Salary: Dependent on experience
Industry: Water & Utilities
Job Type: Permanent
Location: South East
Expiration date: 02 August 2017
We’re working in partnership with a global engineering, management and development consultancy that delivers projects across the globe in the Water, Infrastructure, Rail, Nuclear, Oil & Gas and Energy Industries. Our client is keen to engage a talented senior modeller with the skill, confidence and initiative to bring forward innovation, to maintain our position at the forefront of this highly specialised area.
Our client have been involved in computer modelling of wastewater networks since the early 1990s, and our modelling team has become highly adept at delivering efficiencies to clients through constant development of new tools and processes. They are continually seeking to improve their service offering.
You will work closely with the engineering teams on wastewater and drainage studies, from feasibility through to detailed design stages. You will act in an advisory role across the UK and international markets, operating with a high degree of autonomy and self-reliance.
You will also provide technical guidance and support to our clients, and other divisions within the Group, as well as potentially leading and managing a team of modellers, technicians and analysts. We can offer an exciting range of project work, and a highly collaborative and supportive environment within which to further develop your career.
The ideal candidate will have experience of:
• Resource management / line management
• Project management of modelling projects
• Pricing and programming scopes of work
• Integrated ID / 2D modelling
• Water quality modelling
Significant experience of:
• InfoWorks CS / ICM
• Model build, verification and solution development
• Scoping and managing manhole, CCTV and flow surveys
• Flood alleviation schemes
• GIS software (preferably MapInfo)
• Reviewing and checking the work of others
Essential Experience :
Proven experience of working as Hydraulic modeler within a consultancy environment