This post qualifies for a retention allowance of £6,120 per annum (currently in place until February 2024, but with the possibility of being extended further).
Closing date: 26 June 2022
Interviews to take place when/where: Date to be confirmed, via Microsoft teams
Benefits: 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 and salary sacrifice schemes.
You’ll be joining the Hydrology, Geomorphology and Water Resources Management Team in North Wales, within our Flood and Water Management Department. We are a large multi-functional team that covers North and Mid Wales. You’ll be working on some of Wales most iconic rivers including the Dee, Conwy and Severn. The role will include a mixture of site and office-based work, and you’ll have the opportunity to provide practical solutions that will help us address the Nature and Climate Emergency.
We are currently increasing our Geomorphology capacity and you will be one of three Geomorphologists covering North & Mid Wales. You will also be part of a wider group delivering Geomorphology across Wales, working closely with our sister team in South Wales and our Head Office colleagues.
You’ll provide a comprehensive technical fluvial geomorphology support service, to internal customers and partners. You’ll support delivery of several high-profile river restoration projects across North Wales. Also, you’ll provide advice and guidance on Flood Risk Activity Permits and Water Abstraction Licences, helping us to maintain and enhance ecosystem resilience and improve wellbeing across Wales.
Qualifications and Skills
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