Officer 1 Hydrometry & Telemetry

Employer
Natural Resources Wales
Location
St Mellons or Cross Hands
Salary
4 - £25,828 rising to £29,352 over four years
Closing date
23 Aug 2020
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Officer 1 Hydrometry & Telemetry

  • Location: St Mellons or Cross Hands
  • Grade & Salary: 4 - £25,828 rising to £29,352 over four years
  • Post number: 200888 202428
  • Type of contract: Permanent
  • Work pattern: Full time

Closing date: 23 August 2020

Benefits: Civil Service pension, 28 days annual leave, rising to 33 days over 5 years, flexible working options, occupational health including counselling and advisory services and eye care and salary sacrifice schemes.

Role Purpose

The post holder will:

  • Work as part of a team to support and assist in the delivery of integrated Hydrometry & Telemetry (H&T) services in Operations, maintaining the quality of NRW’s hydrometric data by applying appropriate measurement solutions and ensuring the Hydrometric network is operational.
  • Be responsible for general data acquisition, site maintenance, installation, calibration of hydrometric and telemetry instrumentation used to support the Hydrometric network.
  • Consider the principles of SMNR and Well-being of Future Generations Act in all decision making.

Qualifications and Skills

Relevant qualifications – Educated to degree level or equivalent in a scientific or engineering subject, and ideally some experience in a similar job type role.  

You'll need to be a good communicator, be able to demonstrate effective interpersonal skills and be a strong team worker.  

A sound awareness and understanding of Health and Safety and relevant regulations working safely within the role. 

Understanding of Hydrometry and Telemetry work, systems and how the team fits into the NRW’s approach to Water Management and Flood Risk applying the principles of Sustainable Management of Natural Resources.   

Demonstrate a flexible approach to work and be able to prioritise workload to fit the need of the team, working with others and alone to undertake tasks. 

The role will require regular travelling to and from sites within a defined area Must have full UK driving licence.

A basic awareness of the British, European and International Standards relating to Hydrometry and its mechanisms, enabling NRW to deliver appropriate hydrometric data.

An awareness of welsh culture, and a positive attitude to linguistic and cultural diversity. 

For more information, please visit our website.

 

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Who we are

We employ around 1,900 people in locations throughout Wales. Our employees include scientists, engineers, foresters, environmental managers and recreation and education experts.

We work with local communities and organisations to improve and protect the natural environment in Wales.

If you are interested in working for us, you can see a list of all opportunities on the current vacancies and apprenticeship scheme pages.

What we can offer

- a competitive salary

- a generous career-average pension scheme

- 28 days annual leave, rising to 33 days over five years

- special leave entitlements in exceptional circumstances

- maternity, paternity or adoption leave

- a range of flexible working options, including flexitime – these will depend on business needs but we aim to help you achieve a positive work/life balance

- occupational health benefits, including counselling and advisory services and eye care services

Equal opportunities for all

All of us at Natural Resources Wales are committed to delivering great public services to everyone in Wales.  Respecting and valuing difference helps ensure that we provide services that reflect the needs and experiences of both our staff and of the people we serve.

To achieve this, we need a workforce with the very best possible mix of existing and future talent. By ‘best possible mix’, we mean that we need people who come from all backgrounds, be that black, Asian or minority ethnic, LGB, transgender or non-binary, young, old and those with impairments to name a few.

People perform better when they can be themselves and we know that this benefits the individual and our organisation and therefore we have staff network support groups, policies that are inclusive of everyone and all protected characteristics as well as senior managers and Board members who champion equality, diversity and inclusion.

Contact Us
  • Chester Road
  • Buckley
  • CH7 3AJ
  • United Kingdom
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