Jacobs Senior Flood Risk Consultant in Bristol, United Kingdom
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About the Opportunity
We are looking for a Senior Flood Risk Consultant to to join our Water Catchment Management team in the South West. Our team works across a range of clients and geographies across the full project lifecycle from feasibility studies through appraisal and optioneering to detailed design and site support, providing a wide range of opportunities to develop your experience and advance your career.
Your role will be to lead the technical delivery of appraisal projects for flood risk management schemes with support and guidance from industry experts in this field. Working with others, you will help to supervise, coordinate and support junior staff to deliver high quality work to programme and budget. You will use your experience and knowledge to deliver innovative and sustainable solutions and take ownership of client relationships to contribute to business development.
Your role will include:
Applying your technical knowledge in the appraisal of flood risk management solutions, including the production of client-facing technical deliverables
Working with colleagues to proactively lead diverse and multi-disciplinary teams to take an integrated approach to identifying and developing sustainable flood risk management schemes
Fostering and maintaining strong client relationships
Contributing to an engaged and supportive team environment with active involvement in the professional development of yourself and others
Working to meet health & safety and overall project quality objectives
Supporting development of pricing and technical methodology for new commissions
Contributing your own innovative ideas, helping us to deliver better solutions to our clients
A career with Jacobs will give you the opportunity to make a positive impact and bring value to our communities and society as a whole. We understand that pursuing a new role is a big move so why not register your interest to find out more about what this opportunity can offer you?
Here’s What You’ll Need:
We are looking for enthusiastic problem solvers who enjoy working as part of a multi-disciplinary team. You will need:
An undergraduate degree in Engineering, Environmental Science, Geography or a related discipline
To be chartered or approaching chartership with ICE or CIWEM
Experience of delivering appraisal projects, including the production of business case documents and associated deliverables
Knowledge of relevant legislation, planning policy, guidance and design standards relating to flood risk management schemes
Experience of coordinating technical teams and reviewing work
Ability to scope, budget and programme projects and tasks
Strong client-facing skills
A pro-active approach to health, safety, wellbeing and protecting the environment
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