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  • VM-9755899900
  • Civil Engineering
  • 17/05/2024
  • 14/06/2024
  • 32000
  • 36000
  • GBP
  • Annually
  • Permanent
  • Central London

Job Details

Flood Modeller/Hydrology Consultant

Fully Remote Role

£32,000 - £36,000 

This engineering consultancy are a dynamic and rapidly growing company specializing in flood risk, water, and environmental consulting. Led by an industry-recognized team of 15 , they are expanding their flood risk and modelling team due to their success and recent project wins.

As a key member of their consulting team, you'll be passionate about advancing your career in the water/environment sector.


  • Competitive employer-matching pension scheme via salary sacrifice.
  • Health insurance (post-probation).
  • Continuous professional development with access to industry experts.
  • Standard remote working.
  • Flexible hours and no timesheets.
  • Support towards achieving chartership.
This engineering consultancy support professional development through mentorship from chartered CIWEM members, providing you with exposure to all facets of the  business.

You’ll work on a diverse project portfolio, including private sector and major infrastructure projects, with opportunities for international work.

Qualifications and Experience
  • A degree (or higher) in Geography, Environmental Management, or Engineering.
  • Approximately 2-3 years of industry experience with a strong technical background.
  • Proficiency in UK-recognized flood modelling software (e.g., Flood Modeller, ESTRY, TuFLOW).
  • Experience in hydrological assessments using WINFAP, ReFH2, and FEH statistical methods.
  • Familiarity with both 1D and 2D modelling methods for various project scales.
  • Writing clear, concise, and technically accurate modelling reports.
  • Conducting hydrological analyses using WINFAP/ReFH or other methods.
  • Developing hydraulic models from surveys and reviewing third-party models for accuracy.
  • Translating complex modelling outputs into accessible information to support client objectives (e.g., planning, flood alleviation).