Warning and Informing Advisor 2

£30,120 - £33,383 yearly
  • Natural Resources Wales
  • North Wales, UK
  • 31 Jan, 2020
Full time Engineering

Job Description

Do you want to make a long-term difference to the people and places of Wales? Are you passionate about protecting the nation against flooding threats and helping the nation adapt to the impacts of climate change? We are looking for enthusiastic, driven and adaptable individuals to join our Warning & Informing Team. Team players, people with bags of energy and a real passion for the environment.

Following a recent re-organisation, we have an exciting opportunity to join our Warning & Informing Team in North Wales. As part of an established and well-respected team you will be part of managing and delivering a local flood warning service to professional partners and the public, co-ordinating our response to river and coastal flooding. 

Warning & Informing Advisor 2 – Full time, permanent role, £30,120 rising to £33,383 over three years (subject to performance).

The post holder will be working as part of the team in the delivery of our flood warning service.  They will be responsible for improving, maintaining and providing a new service to communities identified at risk across North and Mid Wales.  They will be responsible for preparing, planning and managing our response to flood incidents by ensuring local procedures are kept up to date.  They will also prepare and contribute to our incident management training and exercise plan to enable our duty officers and external partners to be better prepared for floods.

The post can be based across North Wales – Our offices are in Bangor, Buckley, Dolgellau, Llanrwst, Ruthin and Welshpool

As part of #TeamNRW you will also be eligible for the following benefits;

  • A competitive salary
  • A generous career-average Civil Service pension
  • 28 days annual leave, rising to 33 days over 5 years
  • Flexible working options
  • Tax free childcare
  • Salary sacrifice schemes.

Closing date: 16 February 2020

Interview: Late February 2020