Our Client is a major Water and Infrastructure contractor has an exciting opportunity for a Cleanwater Network Modeller to join their team in the South East England.
Primary purpose of role:
Working on Client’s cleanwater modelling AMP6 frameworks with Thames and Southern Water in liaison with other teams across the UK. Establish and maintain communication with clients as required.
Create and develop network models to support the feasibility, scoping, designing, managing and implementation of leading edge programmes and projects.
Support Project Managers and Team Leaders by providing technical expertise to ensure that projects is delivered to cost, schedule, technical and quality standards to meet both client expectation.
Whilst the primary office location will be High Wycombe, flexibility will be required as there could also be the need to travel to other Client offices and support project delivery to other clients as appropriate.
Working as part of a team you will be involved in a variety of schemes including model build and verification, using existing or new models to understand system performance and using the model to help the design of system improvements and enhancements to Clean Water Networks.
•Assist with the preparation of cost estimates for modelling, project design and construction.
•Supervise and plan field work investigations.
•Use appropriate software to provide advice, solutions and successful project outcomes for clients.
•Maintain communication and develop contacts with clients as required
•Plan, programme, co-ordinate and write reports for specific projects.
•Provide guidance and training to less experienced members within the team
•Complete all work in line with Client Core Values and in accordance with Client Quality Systems and Project Quality Procedures.
To be successful in this role, you will be;
•Degree qualified (or equivalent) in Civil Engineering or other relevant subject
•Working towards chartership with a relevant engineering institution i.e. CIWEM, ICE.
•Technical expertise in mathematical modelling and good working knowledge of relevant modelling packages, such as Synergee, Infoworks, Epanet or InfoWater.
•Experience with water network hydraulic analysis modelling software, water demand analysis water network design and water network planning studies.
•Ability to undertake clean water model calibration.
•Working knowledge of using GIS tools is preferable (ARCGIS and MAPINFO)
•Experience in the management of staff and staff development
•Able to integrate well into a team and provide technical management over other modelling staff
•Good communication skills – both verbal and written
•Good organisational skills and be able to multi-task
We are an equal opportunities employer.