Are you looking to take your modelling career to the next level while working in a smaller organisation where you can directly influence outcomes and benefit from your efforts?
This is a unique opportunity for a senior hydraulic modeller or hydrologist to join our growing Wellington team. The role is to help develop our service offering in the fields of water modelling and flood risk assessment within broader water infrastructure and catchment planning projects. Having already established ourselves as one of New Zealand’s leading suppliers of hydraulic modelling and related geospatial services, we enjoy a strong client base and pipeline of work.
This will be a technical role with hands on modelling, scenario analysis and client relationship responsibilities. You will be responsible for scoping, estimating and planning the delivery of projects to meet client expectations and relevant industry standards/ statutory requirements. The role focus will be on running computer-based, mathematical models of wastewater, stormwater and river systems to test scenarios and understand environmental impacts. 1D network, 2D floodplain and coupled 1D/2D modelling will be applied as needed for different projects. As Awa relies heavily on our in-house software development capability, you'll have opportunities to contribute ideas and effort into building our own technology.
You will be a driven and innovative thinker, keen to contribute to building Awa's capability and culture. You will have significant consultancy experience and be seeking the opportunity to take on more responsibility to further develop your career.
You will be confident in managing projects, identifying new opportunities and scoping new work. You will be excited to pass on your model knowledge to others and eager to develop further as a professional consultant.
A bachelors degree in environmental management, earth science, geography, engineering or related discipline is required, with postgraduate or double degree preferable. You will be able to demonstrate:
Some additional skills that would be beneficial include:
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