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Arcus Consulting
13 Feb, 2020
Full time
York or North East England Imagine going to work knowing you can make a difference. By joining Arcus, you will be part of a leading environmental, planning and engineering consultancy, working on some of the most significant renewable energy schemes in the UK, Europe and Africa. The Role: Independently owned, we are committed to our culture of nurturing talent and valuing people.  As well as competitive salaries and flexible working arrangements, Arcus employees are offered a range of other benefits, including: Profit share scheme and discretionary bonus; Company pension; Generous holiday allowance, including the opportunity to buy or sell holidays; Cycle to Work scheme; and Professional Development. The Arcus Hydrology Team has an exciting opportunity for a talented Flood Risk Consultant with extensive hydraulic modelling experience, and the aptitude and enthusiasm to work on a range of projects across the UK. Responsibilities: Managing hydrology work, such as Flood Risk Assessments and SuDS Strategies; Maintaining and building client relationships; Supporting business development, specifically tender bids and client liaison; and Advising clients in a range of sectors, from renewable energy to transport. Skills & Experience: Membership of CIWEM, working towards Chartership; Experience in Flood Risk Assessment, Hydraulic Modelling and sustainable drainage (SuDS); Ability to work within multidisciplinary teams; Excellent planning, organisational and time management skills; Strong written and verbal communication; and Familiarity with relevant software (Flood Modeller, ReFH, Winfap, ArcPro, GIS, CAD, etc). The closing date for this role is 23 rd February 2020. •To apply for this role, please send your CV along with a covering letter stating why you are a good fit for this role to recruitment@arcusconsulting.co.uk .
Arcus Consulting South East, England, UK
13 Feb, 2020
Full time
South East England Imagine going to work knowing you can make a difference. By joining Arcus, you will be part of a leading environmental, planning and engineering consultancy, working on some of the most significant renewable energy schemes in the UK, Europe and Africa. Independently owned, we are committed to our culture of nurturing talent and valuing people.  As well as competitive salaries and flexible working arrangements, Arcus employees are offered a range of other benefits, including: Profit share scheme and discretionary bonus; Company pension; Generous holiday allowance, including the opportunity to buy or sell holidays; Cycle to Work scheme; and Professional Development. The Role: The Arcus Hydrology Team are recruiting for an enthusiastic and talented Senior Hydrologist with a range of experience in fluvial hydraulic modelling and sustainable foul and surface water drainage design with the skills and enthusiasm to join the team to work on a range of projects across the UK. Responsibilities Managing projects and coordinating complex technical documents such as Flood Risk Assessments, SuDS Strategies and hydrology-related aspects of Environmental Impact Assessments; Maintaining and building on our established client relationships and projects; Mentoring and reviewing outputs of other team members; Supporting business development activities, specifically input to tender bids and client liaison; Providing specific and strategic advice to clients regarding projects across a wide range of sectors. Skills & Experience: Chartered Membership of CIWEM, or working towards chartership; Previous experience in Flood Risk Assessment, Water Quality Monitoring and Hydraulic Modelling; Experience of sustainable drainage design (SuDS) and ideally Water Quality Monitoring and Environmental Permitting; Ability to work within multidisciplinary teams; Excellent planning, organisational and time management skills; Strong written and verbal communication skills; and Familiarity with relevant software (Flood Modeller, ReFH, Winfap, ArcPro, GIS, CAD, etc). To apply for this role, please send your CV along with a covering letter stating why you are a good fit for this role to recruitment@arcusconsulting.co.uk .
Arcus Consulting
13 Feb, 2020
Full time
Glasgow or North East England Imagine going to work knowing you can make a difference. By joining Arcus, you will be part of a leading environmental, planning and engineering consultancy, working on some of the most significant renewable energy schemes in the UK, Europe and Africa. Independently owned, we are committed to our culture of nurturing talent and valuing people.  As well as competitive salaries and flexible working arrangements, Arcus employees are offered a range of other benefits, including: Profit share scheme and discretionary bonus; Company pension; Generous holiday allowance, including the opportunity to buy or sell holidays; Cycle to Work scheme; and Professional Development. The Role: The Arcus Hydrology Team has an exciting new opportunity for a talented Engineer / Senior Engineer with a range of experience in sustainable foul and surface water drainage design with the skills and enthusiasm to work on a range of projects across the UK. Responsibilities: Managing projects and coordinating complex technical documents such as SuDS Strategies and hydrology-related aspects of Environmental Impact Assessments; Designing and developing detailed drainage solutions from inception to completion; Proficient in the statutory undertakers approval process UK wide; Maintaining and building on our established client relationships and projects; Supporting business development activities, specifically input to tender bids and client liaison; and Providing specific and strategic advice to clients regarding projects across a wide range of sectors. Skills & Experience: IEng but ideally CEng (or working towards); Experience of producing Drainage Impact Assessments and SuDS Design of a range of developments; Ability to work within multidisciplinary teams; Excellent planning, organisational and time management skills; Strong written and verbal communication skills; and Familiarity with relevant software (Micro Drainage or InfoWorks software and CAD / Civils 3D). To apply for this role, please send your CV along with a covering letter stating why you are a good fit for this role to recruitment@arcusconsulting.co.uk.
Hydro Logic
13 Feb, 2020
Full time
Senior Water Resources Modeller Salary: Competitive + Bonus Location: Warrington, with options for Stirling, Theale (Reading) or Malvern Type: Full Time About us We provide specialist consulting and managed services in Hydrometry, water resources and flood management.  In the field of water resources, we specialise in water resources simulation modelling, water resources management, drought planning and hydrology. Hydro-Logic has undertaken numerous hydrological and water resources related consultancy assignments in the UK and elsewhere in the world. We have a significant and growing client base with some of the largest UK water companies, environmental regulators, government organisations, power companies, and others. We are also the owners and developers of the industry-leading Aquator TM water resources modelling software suite. With an expanding range of projects in the UK and beyond, supported by both existing and new framework contracts, we’re seeking to further enhance and expand our specialist team. That’s where you come in… The opportunity This fantastic opportunity is a chance to join a dynamic team in Warrington (or at one of our other UK offices) and play a key role in helping our clients plan effectively for the future, and operate efficiently and effectively in the present using your water resources modelling expertise. You’ll work closely with your fellow water resources colleagues to deliver first-class consultancy services to our clients, and with our software development and support team to keep the Aquator TM water resources software at the cutting edge in supporting client needs. Responsibilities and requirements We’re after an experienced and talented individual to join our team, with the following attributes: A proven track record of working in water resources (or other areas of) modelling, planning and management, ideally in a consultancy practice environment Degree in relevant subject (e.g. Environmental Science, Geography, Engineering, Statistics), and ideally an MSc related to hydrology or water resources management Experienced in the use of Aquator (ideally) or similar modelling software, including in bespoke model customisation / programming (e.g. VBA, MATLAB, Python etc.) Proven track record in managing technical projects in the water industry to safety, quality, time and cost constraints Proven ability to effectively engage with clients, and stakeholders / regulators as part of project delivery Good knowledge of the UK WRMP and Drought Plan processes, and industry regulatory environment Highly desirable to have a background in wider WRMP methods, such as target headroom, outage, and options appraisal Self-starter, confident and an excellent communicator, both written and verbal. Excellent report and/or proposal writing ability Ability to work to deadlines and to manage others to achieve the same Interest in working in the water & environment sector Prepared to travel throughout the UK, and on occasion overseas How to apply If you want to join an agile, dynamic company that is further expanding and innovating in the exciting water resources arena, and working within a team of recognised industry leaders, simply send a cover letter and CV to msmith@hydro-int.com by 11 th March 2020.
£25,801 - £28,785 yearly
Luton Council Luton, UK
11 Feb, 2020
Full time
  Flood Risk and Drainage Officer (L6) £25,801 - £28,785 per year Permanent Full time - 37 hours per week About the job   Luton Borough Council is committed to an integrated approach to developing high quality services. The Strategy and Sustainability service, within the Place and Infrastructure Department aim to provide a quality service to our customers and contribute towards travel and environmental improvements for the people of Luton whilst assisting economic development and the regeneration of the town.  The Flood Risk and Sustainable Drainage Officer will develop and progress technical drainage and flood mitigation solutions, to enable the Council to undertake flood mitigation and environmental improvements and will provide prompt advice related to planning applications, ensuring applications comply with surface water flood risk and drainage requirements. About you This is a public facing role so you will need to show off your fluency in speaking and writing English. Our ideal candidate should have the ability to independently interpret and analyse varied and complex information or situations to produce pragmatic solutions and write reports, organise workload and decide priorities. Be able to work under a high degree of pressure including meeting unpredictable deadlines and dealing with conflicting demands.  It is crucial that you have good communication and interpersonal skills (verbal and written) including: the ability to communicate complicated and contentious information with varied audiences, knowledge and understanding of the Flood and Water Management Act 2010 and The National Planning Policy Framework (2019). So if you have a relevant degree in Engineering, Hydrology, Geography or similar discipline or equivalent or A minimum of two years of relevant experience and willing to attend appropriate training; then we look forward to receiving your application.  Closing date: 13 th March      Vacancy ID: LBC01686 You must log in and be approved as an internal applicant to apply for internal vacancies.  Call 01582 546621 for assistance.

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