- Assessing the impacts and effects of the Project on the existing water resources (both surface water features and groundwater), hydrology, hydrogeology (including geology, aquifer hydraulic parameters, groundwater level and flow directions), flooding, drainage (surface water drainage and foul water drainage), and the interaction between surface water and groundwater.
- Identifying future trends analyzing hydro-meteorological conditions and variability arising from climate change.
- Undertaking simulations, calculations and assessment for:
- Floodplain extent in different return periods.
- Floodplain depth/velocity/hazard in different return periods;
- Surface water flood depth.
- Surface water quantity and quality according to Water Framework Directive (WFD).
- Groundwater quality and quantity (including WFD Status).
- Consulting affected organizations and affected communities.
- Liaising with Environmental Agency and other government institutions
- Master’s Degree or equivalent in integrated water resources management, engineering, flood risk management, hydrology, hydrogeology, environmental engineering or related field.
- At least 5 years of relevant experience in water resources and flood risk management in the scope of Environmental Impact Assessment, preferably in linear infrastructures.
- Experience of operating water resources and flood risk software and/or models (Valuable the experience in HEC-RAS, MIKE FLOOD, MIKE 21 FM, MIKE 11, or similar).
- Experience of operating GIS software and/or GIS models.
- Experience of managing teams to deliver elements of an EIA, in relation to this field.
- Accept and exercise personal responsibility.
- Ability to communicate and coordinate effectively with diverse groups including client, organizations, affected communities and internal technical staff.
- Excellent oral and written communication skills in English.