This is a unique opportunity for an environmental programme manager to lead client relationships and manage the delivery of programmes and projects. You'll be hands-on, contributing to deliverables, QA, reporting and developing areas aligned to your particular experiences. As one of New Zealand’s leading suppliers of hydraulic modelling and related geospatial services, Awa is an ideal place to further hone your client delivery skills while also sharpening your technical chops.
We're looking for someone to join our Wellington team where you'll be leading our water-based modelling, engineering and catchment planning projects. It's likely you will have been in an engineering or modelling role as you'll need to understand what our clients expect as well as the relevant industry standards and statutory requirements that we work under. Awa has an in-house software development team and you'll have the opportunity to bring client-centric priorities to our software product roadmap.
You will be a driven and innovative thinker, keen to contribute to building Awa's capability and culture. You have strong consulting experience and are seeking the opportunity to work alongside our growing modelling and water engineering team. Awa is open to candidates from a wide range of backgrounds such as environmental management, earth science, geography, engineering or a related discipline. A bachelors degree is required with postgraduate or double degree preferable. You will be able to demonstrate:
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