|Job Ref:||203920024||Employer:||cv-library.co.uk||Industry:||Civil and Structural||Job Type:||Permanent||Country:||United Kingdom||County/State:||Yorkshire||City:||Sheffield||Address:||Post Code:||S1||Post Date:||08/10/2016 02:07|
We are currently seeking an enthusiastic, positive and confident Senior/Principal Flood and Coastal Risk Management Specialist for our client's Flood Risk and Water Management Team based in Manchester, Blackburn, Cheadle or Sheffield office.|
About the role
We are seeking a self-motivated individual to provide technical leadership of projects, mentor junior team members and produce high quality technical deliverables for the range of complex flood risk projects that our client delivers for the Environment Agency, Local Authority and private clients.
As senior flood risk specialist you will be responsible for working closely with the existing flood risk team which includes a range of hydraulic modellers, civil engineers and flood risk specialists working at different levels. As well as working alongside the business development team to prepare proposals and bids, you will also take a leading role in identify training and professional development needs of junior staff and identify additional resource requirements to help grow the team.
•Hydraulic modelling of river, sewer or coastal processes and/or
•Flood Estimation Handbook hydrological analysis methods, including the Statistical Analysis method, ReFH and with use of the FEH CD-ROM V3 and WinFAP V3 and must have applied these to a wide range of rural and urban catchments
•Be responsible for the technical quality of work carried out within the team, provide supervision of projects, review and check work and provide leading technical skills as a technical specialist with minimal guidance
•Establish and maintain good working relationships with clients and colleagues and work co-operatively across functions and business units to share information and ideas
•Work closely with other senior staff to enable delivery of the wider teams workload
Your experience will include:
•Bachelor level qualification in engineering and Chartered member of a recognised professional body
•Experience of working with the Environment Agency, developers or Local Authorities in the context of flood risk management
•Proficient in the use of TuFlow, ISIS or InfoWorks ICM hydraulic modelling software packages and relevant supporting software packages (SMS, MapInfo, ArcGIS and / or QGIS), and/or be highly proficient in hydrological analysis including FEH and ReFH
•Extensive technical skill in their nominated technical specialism (including associated software packages)
On offer is a generous basic salary, 25 day's holiday, company pension scheme and access to voluntary benefit options including; child care vouchers, life assurance, holiday buy and many more designed to suit your own personal lifestyle. All of this, in a professional but fun environment