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Principal Hydraulic Modeller (Remote)

 South East England, Brighton

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South East England, Brighton 109 The Print Rooms London SE1 0LH Mattinson Partnership Principal Hydraulic Modeller (Remote) Apply Now

Reference #: 22299_1711637190
Location: South East England, Brighton
Salary: £60000 - £68000 per annum
Sector: Environment
Type: Permanent
Posted On: 28/03/2024

My client, a Wastewater specialist, ensure the provision of clean drinking water and treatment of wastewater to over 4 million customers each day. Climate change continues to increase the risk of droughts and extreme weather, and as a result the provision of clean drinking water and treatment of wastewater is an increasingly important issue to tackle.

As a Principal Hydraulic Modeller, your role will take a holistic approach within the business. Not only will you provide technical modelling expertise in Wastewater, supporting the design, delivery and review of project and reports, you will also have the opportunity to develop junior staff members through their progression within the business, expectation to line manage 2 junior employees and offer technical review of Senior employees project reports.

This role is either a Hybrid or remote opportunity, occasional office visits will be required, however these will be infrequent and with sufficient notice

The Role:

  • Hydraulic Modelling for root cause analysis, develop understanding & challenge solutions, provide insight to system operation and performance, communicate risk to both internal bodies and external stakeholders.
  • Ensure reliability of modelling outputs by focusing on quality delivery.
  • Create total expenditure solutions to support teams internally, throughout the business.
  • Provide mentorship to junior staff, providing support to junior FTEs and apprentices.
  • Conduct business development and provide client liaison (tenders, project management and networking)

Qualifications / Requirements:

  • Bachelor's degree in relevant field e.g., Civil or Environmental Management, Hydrology etc
  • Experience working on a specific Wastewater focus is essential.
  • Expert knowledge on hydraulic modelling, and a practical understanding of option buildability for Wastewater projects.
  • Practitioner in InfoWorks ICM, Risk Master and InfoAsset Manager
  • Experience using ArcGIS & MapInfo
  • Chartership from CIWEM or relevant professional membership (highly desirable)

Package & Benefits

  • Salary: up to £68,000
  • Financial covr for 2 professional memberships
  • Trainig budget for external qualifications
  • 11% employer pension contribution
  • Annual bonus scheme
  • Remote working optionable.
  • 25 days annual leave
  • Perkbox benefits
  • Lide assurance to 4x annual salary
  • Cash Plan Health Benefits
  • Paid community volunteer days per year

If you would like to apply, please follow the link on this page and submit an up-to-date CV. Alternatively, for a confidential discussion regarding the opportunity, contact Damon Gormley.

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