Norfolk, United Kingdom (Remote Working)
An award-winning global market leader in providing high-resolution data-led insights for utility networks, is looking to hire a graduate engineer. Ideally suited to a graduate Mechanical or Civil Engineer.
The client provides global water utilities with a combination of network monitoring equipment, a cloud-based data platform, expert advisory analysis, and management services.
They are looking for a hydraulic analyst to join their advisory team, working primarily to expand the company’s delivery of value-enhancing analysis, insight, and guidance for end users. The position is office based (Norfolk) with the possibility of remote working up to 2 days per week.
Key benefits for Graduate Engineer
- Competitive salary
- 25 days holiday plus bank holidays
- Salary-sacrifice pension scheme and a cycle to work scheme
- Office-based with remote working (2 days at home)
This is a customer facing role, so you will be expected to meet with clients, both face-to-face and virtually, nationally, and internationally. You will be joining a growing Analysis team, with two experienced Analysts and their line manager, who will support you to rapidly develop the skills required.
This role has the potential to grow into other areas of the business, with your technical expertise being useful for areas such as Technical Sales, Operations and Marketing. As part of a larger organisation, this role can offer a good networking and career growth in the water industry.
- Deployment planning, using QGIS and pre-existing python scripts to analyse customer GIS data.
- Deployment support, ensuring that the cloud platform is correctly configured
- Analysis of acoustic, pressure and external data
- Using the captured data to better understand the client’s water network
- Liaise with clients on an on-going basis delivering technical reports and present conclusions
- Build and maintain relationships with clients
- Work with distributors around the world with occasional need for late or early calls
Skills and Knowledge
- Understanding of open and closed channel flow
- Pressure transients / water hammer and wave propagation in water networks
- The function of devices commonly found on water networks, e.g. pumps, valves, pressure reducing valves, non-return valves, air valves, electrically operated valves
- The effect of devices on steady state flow / pressure and an understanding of water hammer
- Pipe materials commonly found on water networks
- Familiarity with GIS layers and data structures
- Interpretation and analysis of data
- Beginner to intermediate python experience. A candidate with a higher level of python competence would be able to help extend and improve the analysis tools
- Degree in Mechanical, Civil or similar engineering discipline
- Driver’s License likely be required to attend office (no public transport)
This could be a great opportunity for a Graduate Engineer to come on board and grow in an award-winning global company!
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