Are you an enthusiastic and highly motivated graduate/post graduate seeking the right opportunity to start your career? We are currently recruiting to fill a graduate/post graduate role which offers an opportunity for structured career progression. Support and problem sharing is an important part of our culture and we will provide you with an opportunity to develop an outstanding career in a world leading organisation.
Hydrodynamics, maritime and coastal processes is the area in which you will work. You will have an opportunity to learn fast and your development will be supported by regular career conversations underpinned by individual development plan.
In our Coasts and Oceans Group, we have projects involving modelling of hydrodynamics, maritime and coastal processes. We predict waves, water levels and currents for design of coastal structures and investigate the impact of developments such as offshore wind farms, harbours or coastal developments.
The primary role will be the application and development of computational wave, flow and sediment transport models under the direction of project managers. Most projects will be of a commercial nature – delivery on time and to budget is critical. Opportunities for involvement in research projects may also arise.
For the role you will need to demonstrate:
Knowledge of coastal hydrodynamic processes would be useful as would experience of analysis and presentation of data. Familiarity with Microsoft Office software is essential, as is knowledge of a programming language, preferably Python and/or MATLAB and/or FORTRAN.
The successful candidate will be based at our head office at Howbery Park near Wallingford, in Oxfordshire, United Kingdom.
We are committed to recruiting and retaining staff of the highest calibre. We offer a stimulating working environment with competitive salaries commensurate with experience. We also offer an excellent benefits package that includes: a generous defined contribution pension scheme with employer contribution of 10% increasing to 15% with matched funding; 22 days holiday plus three days discretionary company holiday plus eight bank holidays, flexible working hours which allows for leave to be taken subject to hours accrued and business needs; access to a staff restaurant, as well as an on-campus sports and social club.
To apply please send your CV with a covering letter, clearly stating the vacancy of interest, to firstname.lastname@example.org or contact Sharon Draper, Personnel Advisor, HR Wallingford, Howbery Park, Wallingford, Oxford, OX10 8BA or email email@example.com.
Closing date: 31 May 2019
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