My client, a specialist UK based Engineering and Environmental Consultancy, is searching for an Assistant Flood Risk Modeller to join an expanding Water and Environmental Team based in Wimbledon, London.
It is essential that applicants have a strong academic background including a MSc and/or BSc in Hydrology, Environmental Management or Engineering and have experience working for a UK based Consultancy or Local Authority completing Flood Risk Assessments and Hydraulic Modelling using Flood Modeller Pro and Tuflow.
It is also beneficial for applicants to have experience completing drainage strategies.
This exciting role will involve varied and complex Surface Water, Flood Risk and Drainage Projects for Consultancies, Private Sector Clients, Housing Developers, Local Authorities and Water Companies in the UK and overseas.
As an Assistant Hydraulic Modeller you will be required to complete technical work including Flood Risk Assessments for Planning Applications, Flood Estimation using ReFH, Drainage Strategies and Hydraulic Modelling, Model Build and Verification using Flood Modeller Pro and Tuflow.
You will also have the opportunity to complete SuDS Designs using Microdrainage.
This role offers a competitive salary, benefits package, flexible hours and career progression.
If this role is of interest to you or if you are searching for other roles relating to Drainage Engineering/Flood Risk Assessment please do not hesitate to contact Jordanna Jenkins on (phone number removed)/(phone number removed) or email (url removed) . We have many more vacancies available on our website at (url removed). This is a permanent role.
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