Jacobs Principal Flood Risk Manager in Leeds, United Kingdom
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About the Opportunity
Management teams to work across a wide range of Clients and Geographies advising on flood risk management, sustainable drainage and civil engineering solutions. We are currently seeking to expand our team to support the delivery of an ambitious forward programme of infrastructure projects working with major public sector and private organisations. The successful candidate will lead teams working on the development, design and delivery of flood risk management schemes.
You will have experience of working on the production of business cases for the delivery of flood risk management projects and achieving assurance and approvals. You will be able to lead multi-disciplinary projects and support junior staff to deliver quality work to programmes and budget. Enthusiastic about planning and delivering innovative schemes to manage flooding you wish to lead on the delivery of complex multi-stakeholder projects. You will become part of a respected and ambitious company with excellent career prospects and international opportunities. You will be supported by industry experts in this field.
Here’s What You’ll Need:
Here’s What You’ll Need
Experience of producing Business Case documents and a successful record of achieving assurance and approval.
Knowledge of relevant legislation, planning policy, guidance and design standards relating to flood risk management schemes.
Experience of leading multi-disciplinary teams.
Experience of checking and reviewing work.
Ability to independently scope, budget and programme appraisal and design projects.
A relevant project management qualification or a proven track record of successfully managing scopes, budgets and programmes.
Strong client facing skills.
Undergraduate degree in Engineering, Environmental Science, Geography or a related discipline.
Chartered status with CIWEM or ICE.
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