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Saltaire, BD18 3LF, West Yorkshire     Start Date: 31 Mar 2024 - Full Time     To be confirmed

Job Description

 

The role will be to support the growing workload in our fisheries and wider Catchment and River Restoration Team (CRRT), including fish pass design, fish ecology impact assessments and river restoration schemes.

Day to day responsibilities will include, but not be limited to:

• Analysis and interpretation of fish population data
• Interpretation of hydraulic modelling results to infer impacts on fish ecology
• Construction / amendment of hydraulic models to support river restoration and fish pass design
• Working with engineers and contractors to develop suitable temporary and permanent works
• Contributing to WFD Assessments
• Working with technicians and the wider design team to develop high quality design drawings
• Inputting to river restoration schemes.

Key competencies required for the role:

You will need to have excellent interpersonal skills and be an effective verbal and written communicator. The ability to work successfully as part of a team is vital, as you will be liaising directly with colleagues, third parties and other design members and an appreciation of and enthusiasm for fisheries, hydroecology and the wider river environment.

Core skills and experience to this post are:

• A degree (or equivalent) in ecology, biology or any other suitable environmental science.
• A full, clean UK driving licence.
• Experience using ArcMap/QGIS (or similar software).
• Demonstrable enthusiasm for the river environment and freshwater ecology.
• Demonstrable experience of planning and organising task delivery.

It is desirable, but not essential, for the successful candidate to have the following skills/experience:

• Experience designing river restoration schemes or fish passes
• Experience building and using hydraulic models (including one/two-dimensional (1/2/3D) modelling)
• Experience working in an office environment
• Experience working outdoors.

Where necessary training and experience of the above can be ‘gained and supported on the job.’

Graduate Scheme:

We offer a comprehensive Graduate Scheme which offers the support and mentoring required over the first two years of your career with JBA to support your early career development. This involves defined and dedicated support and structure to your career progression along with colleagues at similar stages of their careers and includes the opportunity to rotate between teams within the company. On completion we offer a Professional membership Commitment (PMC) programme to support everyone through to their professional qualifications through their chosen institution.

Further information:

For further information or an informal chat please contact Dave Mould (Technical Director) and/or Jessica Ager (Hydroecology Team Leader) on t: 01274 714269.

How to Apply

 

Applications:

Please apply by completing a JBA application form and returning with a current CV to careers@jbagroup.co.uk

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