- Location: Buckley or Bangor
- Grade & Salary: G4, £25,828 rising to £29,352 over four years
- Post number: 200315
- Type of contract: Permanent
- Work pattern: Full time
Closing date: 29th November 2020
Civil Service pension, 28 days annual leave, rising to 33 days over 5 years, flexible working options, occupational health including counselling and advisory services and eye care, childcare vouchers and salary sacrifice schemes.
- The post holder will provide technical assessments and professional advice on hydrological issues to customers and partners, to inform decision-making and contribute to protecting and enhancing the environment.
Ensure the principles of Sustainable Management of Natural Resources and Well-being of Future Generations Act are considered in all decision making.
Qualifications and Skills
- Degree in relevant scientific subject (e.g. physical geography, environment science or civil engineering).
- Member of appropriate professional body (e.g. CIWEM or ICE) or working towards membership
- Relevant work experience in hydrology/water resources management/flood risk management/statistical data analysis and processing
- Ability to demonstrate a basic understanding of hydrological or related issues e.g. different hydrological parameters, types of hydrological data, data measurement methods etc.
- Computer literate, experience in technical report writing and data manipulation
- Full UK driving licence