We are seeking a Senior Consultant to join our successful Physical Process Team. This technical role involves the collation, analysis and interpretation of coastal and marine process and modelling data, enabling the provision of sound scientific advice to clients across the breadth of marine sectors. You will be working closely with our numerical modelling and environment teams as well as liaising with clients and stakeholders to deliver our portfolio of exciting projects in the UK and overseas.
Relevant skills and experience:
- Educated to Masters degree, or higher, in a marine or coastal discipline;
- Excellent analytical skills;
- At least 5 years’ relevant consultancy experience;
- A good knowledge of coastal and marine physical processes with the ability to apply your understanding to deliver project objectives;
- Excellent verbal and written communication skills and the ability to communicate confidently and effectively with colleagues and clients; and
- Must also have a strong desire to develop and improve your own skills, be highly motivated and proactive, with a ‘can-do’ attitude.
With our wide portfolio, ABPmer offers incredible opportunities to learn and develop your skills; you will be working on industry-leading projects, with other technical specialists and using the latest technical tools. ABPmer has both personal and continuous professional development programmes as well as encouraging affiliation and chartership with professional bodies.
A competitive salary commensurate with experience is available. As part of Associated British Ports, you will benefit from a wealth of comprehensive benefits including personal pension and private medical insurance for you and your family. There are also numerous employee benefit schemes including employee assistance, childcare vouchers, Cycle2Work, season ticket loans, employee discounts, and Give as You Earn.
How to apply
If you are interested in these opportunities, please send your CV and a covering letter by email to Linda Boxall at firstname.lastname@example.org by the 18 December 2017.
+44 (0)2380 711 845