Jacobs River Engineer in Edinburgh, United Kingdom
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About the opportunity
To meet our growing UK business needs and future development aspirations we are looking for a RIVER ENGINEER experienced in the development of outline and detailed designs for flood risk solutions based in our Edinburgh office, working within a matrix engineering environment reporting to project specific Project Manager(s) to undertake work on the above EA Framework. In addition, we are designer on a number of key FRM projects throughout Scotland, working for a number of local authority Clients and our team provides river engineering support to large Highways and Rail Schemes (for example A96, A9, BEAR, HRE, HS2, & EWWA).
The successful person will become part of a respected and ambitious company with excellent career prospects and international opportunities.
Primary Job Responsibilities
You will be contributing to the design of projects for a variety of public & private Client organisations and potentially leading design development. You will also work with other disciplines within the group to deliver projects for major infrastructure clients. Responsibilities include:
Design team leadership including coordinating outline and detailed design of flood risk management and river engineering solutions
Earthwork embankments and conveyance channels
Reinforced concrete structures and foundations
Steelwork structures including piling
Flow control structures
Flood gates and demountable defences
Surface water drainage
Natural Flood Management solutions
Hydraulic and structural calculations
Designers Health & Safety and Public Safety Risk Assessments
Management of drawing production
Liaising with clients, stakeholders, hydraulic modellers, architects and other design team members
Technical and business case reporting
Budget, programme and contract management
Tender development and assessment
Here’s What You’ll Need:
Civil Engineering degree with (or about to achieve) Chartered status (MICE, CIWEM or similar)
Experience in the development and leadership of outline and detailed design of structural and non-structural solutions for flood risk management and other applications
Experience of Safety in Design and Designers responsibilities under CDM
Experience of coordination of multi-disciplinary teams in the development of design solutions
Proven ability to work as part of a team, liaising directly with clients, stakeholders and other design
Construction related experience either as a supervisor or through visiting design office support role;
Knowledge of industry standard design, modelling and drawing production packages, including Building Information Management systems
Knowledge of hydraulic modelling packages used for flood risk management option appraisal;
Preparation of Project Appraisal Reports to Flood and Coastal Erosion Risk Management (FCERM) guidance processes
Experience of developing client relationships to develop new opportunities.
Flexibility in terms of travel (UK and international)
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