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Partner, Water Resource Associates LLP

Closing date: 31/03/2017

WRA (Water Resource Associates) would be interested to hear from people keen to join the WRA partnership and we welcome applications from experienced practitioners. WRA was formed in 1994 and provides specialist independent consultancy services in the water environment world-wide. The collective experience of the WRA specialists covers the water environment in over 120 countries across the full spectrum of arid to humid environments, and arctic to tropical climates. WRA works with international partners such as the World Bank and ADB, Government agencies, engineering consultancies, Defra, DFID, Environment Agency, water companies, the EU, private organisations, developers and property owners.

A new partner should have at least 15 years’ experience covering one or more of our key skills: hydrology, water quality, ecology, water resources, climate change, and surface and groundwater analysis. Skills in modelling are essential, as well as a strong ability to write coherent and high quality reports for a wide range of clients.

Please email your full CV in confidence and contact Paul Whitehead for further information
(email p.g.whitehead@watres.com or phone 07972805094)

WRA, PO Box, Wallingford, Oxon OX10 9XA

 

 

Hydraulic Modeller (Water) – CH2M, Birmingham

Closing date: 14/03/2017

We are seeking a hydraulics specialist to join an established fluvial modelling and engineering team in Birmingham. You will be working on a range of flood risk projects that make a difference to local communities and the environment, serving a range of public and private sector clients including regulators, local authorities, water utility and strategic construction companies.

You will be acting in a Technical Lead capacity and you will have responsibility for ensuring our solutions meet and exceed client’s expectations, contribute to continued enhancement of our world leading software solutions and grow the skills of more junior staff. You will work with clients and CH2M teams across the country with opportunities to be involved at a senior technical level in projects and research throughout the global CH2M family.

Details in the attached PDF

To apply click here: Hydraulic Modeller

 

Senior/Principal Flood Risk Modeller – CH2M, Swindon / UK wide

Closing date: 14/03/2017

CH2M are seeking a self-motivated and experienced flood risk modeller to lead on hydraulic modelling projects in the UK. Ideally based in Swindon, but we will consider other CH2M South of England offices as alternative locations for exceptional candidates.

You will be working on a range of flood risk projects that make a difference to local communities and the environment, serving a range of public and private sector clients including regulators, local authorities, water utility and strategic construction companies. There will also be the opportunity to apply your hydraulics skills to closed and mixed systems including water treatment works and pipeline transients.

You will be joining the No.1 deliverer of flood risk management services in the UK, working as part of an integrated, forward thinking and highly skilled team with the opportunity to learn from and assist key industry experts. You will be involved at a senior technical level in projects and research in the UK and throughout the global CH2M family.

Details in the attached PDF

To apply click here: Senior/Principal Flood Risk Modeller - Swindon/ UK wide

Flood Risk Consultant – CH2M, Glasgow

Closing date: 14/03/2017

CH2M are looking for a Senior Flood Risk Management Consultant/ Specialist to join a successful and established consultancy team in Glasgow.

You will be working on a diverse range of flood management projects around Scotland primarily for local authority clients and the Scottish Environment Protection Agency.

The successful candidate will integrate with our highly successful and well respected team working on major projects including Hawick and Grangemouth Flood Protection Schemes, feasibility and optioneering studies for fluvial and coastal protection schemes as well as surface water management plans.

Details in the PDF attached.

To apply click here: Flood Risk Consultant

 

Consultant / Senior Consultant – Hydraulic Modeller, Amec Foster Wheeler, Reading or London

Closing date: 14/03/2017

Consultant / Senior Consultant – Hydraulic Modeller (Reading or London)

See the website, where you can appply online.

Role requirements

Amec Foster Wheeler is currently recruiting for a talented Consultant or Senior Consultant Hydraulic Modeller to join a rapidly growing team of water professionals within a multinational consultancy, based in either the Reading or London offices.

Flood risk modelling and flood risk assessment is central to the success of planning applications and Development Consent Orders (DCOs).  Amec Foster Wheeler is currently supporting all of the nuclear new build projects in the UK, Heathrow Airport expansion and a number of National Grid high voltage line connection projects, in addition to a diverse range of specialised modelling studies for UK and international clients.

The successful candidate will integrate into a diverse team of hydraulic modellers, hydrologists and water professionals. As an experienced hydraulic modeller the successful candidate will work closely with the Discipline Lead to enhance and develop Amec Foster Wheeler’s service offering and to undertake client and stakeholder engagement. 

Working as part of an integrated team of over 60 water management staff, there are opportunities to work across offices in the UK and to be involved with international projects. All Amec Foster Wheeler employees are supported and encouraged to continue professional development.

See the website, where you can appply online.

Wetland Restoration Officer (HLS) - Forestry Commission, Hampshire

Closing date: 06/03/2017

Wetland Restoration Officer (HLS) - 3 years (with review at 12 months) - Lyndhurst, Hampshire (Ref: 1525625)

An exciting opportunity has arisen for a Wetland Restoration Officer to join our team in a valued and varied role, based at the Forestry Commission office in Lyndhurst, Hampshire. You’ll play a key part in planning and delivering stream and mire restoration projects in the New Forest. These are part of the largest wetland restoration project of its type in Europe. 

To find out more and apply, see the attached PDF and the link below:

https://www.civilservicejobs.service.gov.uk/csr/jobs.cgi?jcode=1525625

 

 

 

 

Senior Hydrologist, Mott MacDonald, Singapore

Closing date: 03/03/2017

Our water team in Singapore is looking to recruit a Senior Hydrologist with knowledge and skills in hydrological assessment, modelling and hydro-meteorological field monitoring.

In this role you will collaborate with colleagues within the division and across other areas of our business to provide specialist technical services on a wide range of water, power, environmental, transport and other projects and assist teams with developing our growing business.

Though the work will primarily be office based, you must be willing to travel within the South East Asia region and work in remote locations for short periods.

It is expected that you will have previous experience in Consultancy or local government and be a confident communicator with an excellent technical background in hydrology. It would suit a well-rounded ambitious individual, ideally with experience of delivering international hydrological assessments for hydropower projects. You must be articulate and have excellent written English skills, as well as being willing to input independent thought and analysis into your work. You should be able to demonstrate excellent organisational, time-management and communication skills as well as being detail-oriented.

See further details and apply directly here.

Job Ref. 26998BR

 

Hydrologist / Hydraulic Modellers – Opus, Wrexham / Cardiff

Closing date: 03/03/2017

Opus is a growing global organisation who have just been voted the Number One engineering consultancy in the UK.

Because of increasing workloads and the implementation of the Global Water Sector Strategy, we now seek Hydraulic Modellers to join our teams in Cardiff & Wrexham to help develop the hydrological and hydraulic modelling capability nationally in supporting the delivery of flood risk assessments and management projects.

Details and job description are in the attached PDF file.

To apply visit http://recruitment.opusinternational.com/list.aspx?CoId=1942&rq=1&country=4147

 

 

Hydrological Modelling Technician - NIWA, New Zealand

Closing date: 23/02/2017

NIWA is New Zealand's leading provider of natural resources and environmental research and applied science services, specialising in atmospheric, climate, freshwater and marine research, with more than 600 staff across 15 sites around New Zealand.

We are recruiting an early-career Hydrological Modelling Technician with experience to join NIWA's large, collegial and highly-skilled hydrology team. We are seeking a positive team player who is enthusiastic about hydrological science, and has a proactive, problem-solving attitude.  

See attached PDF for full details. To apply or for more information please visit careers.sciencenewzealand.org/niwa/niwa-jobs.

 

Surface Water - Ground Water Transport Modeller – NIWA, New Zealand

Closing date: 22/02/2017

NIWA is New Zealand's leading provider of natural resources and environmental research and applied science services, specialising in atmospheric, climate, freshwater and marine research, with more than 600 staff across 15 sites around New Zealand.

We are seeking an outstanding mid-career Surface Water-Groundwater Transport Modeller to join NIWA's large, collegial and highly-skilled hydrology team. We are looking for a positive team player who is enthusiastic about hydrological science, and has a proactive, problem-solving attitude.

The Surface Water-Groundwater Transport Modeller will lead and contribute to surface water-groundwater model development and applications, and process-based investigations of surface water-groundwater interactions and solute dynamics.

Full details in the attached PDF. Please visit careers.sciencenewzealand.org/niwa/niwa-jobs for more information and to apply.