The successful candidate will sit within the Flood Risk and Coastal Management Team within the Water Management Consultancy Practice. The focus of the role is on the delivery of hydrological and hydraulic modelling projects for both our external and internal clients. As a member of this team you’ll have excellent technical and developing management skills, with a reputation for delivering work to the highest of standards.
• You will be expected to provide technical input into the delivery of modelling projects and will provide technical input as part of larger multi-disciplined teams.
• You will be expected to take a lead in the delivery of technical work from inception to handover on time, quality and cost.
• You will be expected to interface with clients from the bidding stage to project delivery.
• You will also liaise with and support the wider Atkins practices and divisions in the UK and overseas.
• Highly motivated and proactive, with a ‘can do’ attitude.
• Skilled at collaborative working, with good interpersonal skills and an ability to communicate effectively.
• Customer focused with a good level of client management skills.
• Experience of hydrological techniques (flood and/or water resources) – such as urban and rural rainfall-runoff, statistical estimation, stochastic weather generators.
• Experience of hydraulic modelling – including any of the following environments in 1D, 2D, 3D; rivers, canals, sewers, dams, coasts, groundwater, integrated systems.
• The applicant should be working towards Chartered status.
• An appropriate 1st degree and ideally an MSc in a relevant discipline.
• Experience of good technical delivery, including large scale catchment modelling projects and ideally some experience in project management and client management.
• Some experience of working as part of a successful bidding team on technical projects and the ability to demonstrate innovative ideas for the water management industry.
• Familiar with IT and software appropriate to the tasks to be undertaken, ideally including; InfoWorks (ICM, RS, CS), ISIS, TUFLOW, HEC-RAS and preferably the Wallingford Procedure, ReFH, FEH, FSR & Micro FSR.