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Flood Risk & Drainage Consultant

Job Title: Flood Risk & Drainage Consultant
Contract Type: Permanent
Location: South East England
Industry:
Salary: Competitve
REF: BBBH23362_1490973643
Contact Name: Zoe Payne
Contact Email: zpayne@allen-york.com
Job Published: about 2 months ago

Flood Risk & Drainage Consultant

Salary Competitive

Permanent

Exciting opportunity with my client working for an established leading flood risk management consultancy based in the South East .They are looking to recruit a Flood Risk & Drainage consultant .

You will undertake drainage, overland flow, river modelling, river floodplain and direct rainfall modelling, hydrological analyses, supporting engineering design and CAD work where required as well as writing reports.

You will need to hold a Minimum BSc/BEng in water/environment/civil engineering, have experience of using some of the software/programs below:

Hydraulic modelling skills with one or more of the following packages:- ISIS, ISIS 2D, HEC-RAS, TuFLOW, Flood Modeller, INFOWORKS RS/CS/ICM, MIKE11/21, MicroDrainage WinDES.

Hydrological assessment skills with one or more of the following:

- FEH methods, (WINFAP FEH v2 or v3), FEH CD-ROM, ReFH, IOH124, Wallingford procedure, direct rainfall estimation

GIS Software in one or more of the following:

- MapInfo professional, ArcGIS, QGIS ,

- AutoCad proficient

In addition you will ideally be working towards chartered status within CIWEM or ICE, have experience in undertaking drainage assessments and design, SuDS analysis and assessments, FRAs, SFRAs, SWMPs in the UK and be able to demonstrate good verbal and written communication skills.

I look forward to receiving your application shortly or please call Zoe Payne on 01202 888 986 Ext 202 or email zpayne@allen-york.com

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