Hydraulic Modeller

Recruiter
Matchtech
Location
Plymouth
Salary
£30000 - £45000/annum
Posted
18 Jul 2017
Closes
17 Aug 2017
Sector
Engineering
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time
Providing and resolving technical modelling issues on projects
* Carrying out technical reviews of hydraulic models
* Managing components of projects, taking responsibility for own resource and potentially resource allocation of others, quality assurance and client feedback and ensuring effective communication of any changes/modifications
* Working in collaboration with other design disciplines to ensure the integrity of the overall design
* Gaining awareness of commercial aspects of projects (contract, budgets invoicing, client management etc.) relating to projects for which you input into.

Minimum Academic Qualifications:

* Degree in an appropriate analytical and / or geographically based subject (Civil Engineering, Environmental Science, Water Resources, Engineering Hydrology)

Desirable Qualifications:

* Masters degree in an appropriate subject
* Working towards Chartered status with ICE or CIWEM

Essential Experience:

* Hydraulic modelling software (InfoWorks ICM / CS or similar)
* Good, ideally exceptional skills in GIS database management, spatial data manipulation and map production (MapInfo / ArcGIS / QGIS)
* Experience in flood risk management and general water network management projects
* Strong MS Excel competency
* Good report writing skills

Desirable Experience:

* Planning and design of UK-based flood or network upgrade schemes (e.g. sewer upsizing / storage tanks / flood bunds)
* Practical experience of SuDS, either modelling or design
* Experience in water infrastructure assessments, undertaking developer impact assessments, flood schemes and CSO discharge assessments.

Matchtech acts as an employment agency for permanent recruitment and employment business for the supply of temporary workers and is part of Gattaca Plc.

Gattaca Plc provides support services to Matchtech and may assist with processing your application