Principal Consultant - Hydrogeologist
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|Employer:|| Index Environmental ||Job Code:||69111||Salary Details:||£Competitive||Country:||United Kingdom||City:||Shrewsbury and Newcastle||Address:||Job Sector:||Renewables||Sub Sector:||Hydro||Skill:||
Our client is seeking an experienced Principal Hydrogeologist who will manage an interesting mix of technical workload, including an opportunity to work on some of the largest groundwater studies in the UK.
Key client sectors include water regulator (EA), water companies, mines and quarries, power including nuclear and renewables.
Main responsibilities would be project management and delivery, and business development.
The role is particularly suited to an innovative thinker with a strong technical capability.
The role has access to extensive support from a large team of fellow hydrogeologists and modellers, working alongside other environmental and engineering disciplines.
BSc Geology, geography, earth/environmental sciences or equivalanent
MSc and/or PhD Hydrogeology, earth/environmental sciences, civil engineering or similaror equivalent
Project Management; Project Delivery; Technical Direction; Sector/Business Development
Numerical hydrogeologist also with experience of the practical aspects of hydrogeological assessments - working in a range of environments (water resources, contaminant transport, dewatering etc).
Strong project management and project delivery experience. Some international experience valued.
Capability to develop new opportunities through proposals and building client relationships
"Due to the high volume of applications we currently receive, we are unable to respond to all candidates. If you do not hear from a Consultant within 5 working days unfortunately you have been unsuccessful on this occasion"
|Position Type:||Permanent||Job Hours:||Full Time||Mandatory Requirement: National Residency or Valid Work Permit required:||Yes||Required for work/interview immediately:||Yes||Post Date:||26/06/2012||Expiration Date:||26/07/2012|