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Job Description

Hydraulic Modeller – 3 Waters

WSP Opus are team of global experts who aspire every day to transform infrastructure to create better, sustainable communities. We believe the greatest infrastructure starts with people and through our collaborative approach we’re creating innovative solutions for future generations.

Our Christchurch team have a great opportunity for a outgoing person to assist in the growing needs of clients through the provision of professional consulting services in three waters hydraulic modelling (water, wastewater, stormwater).

The opportunity but not limited to:

Build and calibrate hydraulic models and subsequent reporting suitable for review and client presentation.

Carrying out system performance reviews and analysis, and preparing reports and other documents.

Providing analysis of upgrade/renewal options and asset master planning.

Provide input/leadership to project teams to ensure that projects are completed on time, within budget and to the required quality. Ensure projects achieve the planned profit.

Develop and maintain a professional profile with key clients and the engineering/scientific community generally

You will have:

A BE or equivalent

Current clean Drivers Licence

Minimum of 4 years’ professional experience as a hydraulic modeller in at least one of the three waters disciplines.

Experience in three waters asset management and design would be an advantage

And how about you? You’ll be agile, invested in your career have the technical expertise and the commercial acuity to contribute to our business. In return, we’ll offer you a career-defining role, interesting and meaningful projects working with world leading experts. At WSP Opus we foster a culture of collaboration, innovation and success.

For further information, please view the position description and to apply on line, click on 'apply'.

WSP Opus is closed from the 24th of December and will open again on the 7th of January. All applications will be responded to in January once the office has re-opened.