|Job Ref:||204779985||Employer:||cv-library.co.uk||Industry:||Civil and Structural||Job Type:||Permanent||Country:||United Kingdom||County/State:||London||City:||London||Address:||Salary:||£35000 - £45000/annum Package||Post Date:||13/10/2016 04:08|
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You will have extensive experience and your principal role will be the day to day project management of a small team of ISIS-TU FLOW modellers and conceptual design of flood protection measures and drainage strategies, leading to planning applications or construction drawings. You can expect to be active on a number of projects / client accounts at any given time. You will be expected to mentor and develop a team of modellers and engineers together with client facing. You will assist and separately produce fee proposals and verify work. Experience in the design of foul and surface water systems using the Winders software package would be an advantage.
You will report to a Technical Director or Director
You will hold a degree in Civil Engineering or appropriate science or equivalent commercial experience and responsibility. You will either have or be approaching Eng (MICE, or SWIM) status or equivalent commercial experience and responsibility and have substantial post graduate experience in:
* Flood mitigation design from concept through to detailed design including the options assessment for private and public sector clients;
* Managing river modelling and hydro logical analysis to support the design:
* Drainage design: and
* Flood Risk Assessments.
* Designer of flood mitigation works;
* Surface water management;
* Drainage strategies for new developments;
* Project Management ;
* Mentor and lead a team of Junior modellers ; and
* You will need to have good written and spoken communication skills and be able to work as part of a team.
A thorough knowledge of ISIS-TU FLOW river modelling software together with MAP-Info and or WIGS is essential. The design of sewers using WIND ES (or similar software packages) together with experience in applying Sewers for Adoption and other drainage guidance would be advantageous but not essential.
Ideally you will be well versed in the preparation of drawings for Flood Risk Assessments and aware of Current Policy (NP PF, FNMA 2010, WA 1991 etc,), Sewerage Strategies, and S'S04 Agreements.
Probably from a consultancy background or government agency with a heavy bias on either public and or private sector work