Senior Hydrologist

  • Arcus Consulting
  • South East, England, UK
  • 13 Feb, 2020
Full time Engineering

Job Description

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).