|Job Ref:||204700804||Employer:||cv-library.co.uk||Industry:||Civil and Structural||Job Type:||Permanent||Country:||United Kingdom||City:||Birmingham||Address:||Post Code:||B12||Salary:||£NEG||Post Date:||20/10/2016 02:15|
Senior River & Coastal Engineer|
Birmingham or Surrey
This role, reporting to the Principal Engineer, will see you take on a key role within the sector, providing leadership, technical advice and leading by example where appropriate. The client themselves are one of the leading consultancy organisations in the UK and overseas,
The role is that of a Senior Engineer to bring your experience into an existing Rivers and Coastal team based in either Birmingham or Surrey, delivering design solutions for river & coastal flood protection and drainage projects across the UK.
So what are we looking for?
* Relevant civil engineering or associated degree
* Chartered Engineer Professional status i.e. MICE or working towards Chartership
* Knowledge and experience of design and construction of fluvial flood alleviation and surface water drainage schemes in the UK.
* Good experience in use of Multi-Coloured Handbook (2013/2014) and the Environment Agency's Flood and Coastal Erosion Risk Management Appraisal Guidance (FCERM-AG), Partnership Funding and Stakeholder Engagement.
* Familiarity with flood risk modelling limitations and ability to interpret results.
* Awareness of Sustainable Drainage Systems (SuDS), previous design experience would be desirable.
* Recent design and Build experience, working closely with Civil Contractors and supply chain.
* Experience in managing commercial aspects of a project
* Good motivation, influencing and people management skills
* Ability to think in an innovative and entrepreneurial manner
* Knowledge of commercial aspects of projects
* Knowledge of BIM led design (experience desirable)
* Experience of GIS, AutoCAD or Civils 3D desirable
Either apply online or for an open, honest chat, call Steve Halliday at Edge Careers
To be considered you must have the right to work in the UK without the need for sponsorship