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Clean Water Networks Modeller/ Engineer - Bristol
My client is looking for a Clean Water Network Modeller/ Engineer in their Bristol office. You will be in an office surrounded by a motivated multi-discipline team, and be connected to our national network of technical experts across the UK.
Due to the nature of the role you must have knowledge of clean water modelling. Experience in the following areas would be advantageous: -
Using hydraulic models for planning and operational purposes
Clean water modelling packages such as InfoWorks WS, InfoWater and EPANET
Management and coordination of field testing required for model validation and calibration
Working knowledge of GIS packages e.g. MapInfo and / or ArcGIS
Experience in the design of solutions that improve water infrastructure systems
Full UK driving licence Responsibilities
Delivery of projects as part of a team as well as on individual assignments as required
Investigation and resolution of water infrastructure issues through the development of design solutions
Interacting with Clients and other stakeholders during face to face meetings
Team development and engagement with digital initiatives
Data analysis and anomaly identification
Technical report writing
Proactive commitment to Health and Safety Shaping the future of networks and drainage - this is our challenge. Join us and youll work with a variety of colleagues and clients to create innovative solutions to challenging projects.
Matchtech acts as an employment agency for permanent recruitment and employment business for the supply of temporary workers and is part of Gattaca Plc.
Gattaca Plc provides support services to Matchtech and may assist with processing your application.
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