Graduate Hydrologist / Catchment Modeller
Advertiser: Williamson Water & Land AdvisoryMore jobs from this company
- Job Listing Date
- 5 Apr 2019
- Auckland, Rodney & North Shore
- Work Type
- Full Time
- Science & Technology, Environmental, Earth & Geosciences
About the business
Williamson Water & Land Advisory (WWLA) was established in January 2015 and is a NZ based, employee owned, niche water and contaminated land consultancy firm, currently with twelve staff. We provide hydrological, hydrogeological, geophysical and contaminated land services to our client's projects.
We pride ourselves on our client focus and extremely high standard of technical expertise, and aim to add measurable value to our client's business through the advice and service delivery we provide.
Visit https://www.wwa.kiwi for more detailed information on us.
WWLA aims to recruit motivated, ambitious, and highly skilled professionals with university degrees (preferably MSc or above) in relevant fields to undertake a wide range of water related work.
Shortlisted candidates will be required to have a full and clean diving licence for NZ, be of good character, pass a police check, pass a pre-employment drug test, and be a New Zealand citizen or have a valid work visa for New Zealand.
About the role
This role is for a University graduate with a BSc, BEng or higher degree. The successful candidate will undertake data analysis and environmental modelling, with field-based investigations and monitoring from time to time. As your skill level increases you will be given opportunities to liaise with clients, prepare reports, and manage projects.
Benefits and perks
On the job training and support will be provided by experienced staff at WWLA.
Skills and experience
Specific skills required for this role include the following:
- High level interpersonal skills;
- Excellent written and spoken English;
- Data processing using MS Excel.
- Data automation using Python, R and/or Visual Studio (C#,VB) is preferred;
- GIS mapping using QGIS;
- Surface water modelling experience;
- Modelling (what-if) impact assessment of landuse change;
- Environmental field investigations including water quantity and quality monitoring;
- Preparation of water related RMA planning applications.
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