Our busy and growing team in Auckland are currently seeking an experienced Hydraulic Modelling Professional with at least 2 years experience with potable water system modelling to support us on current and upcoming projects.
As part of this role you will assist our clients in planning for smarter water systems by using a combination of computational hydraulic models, data science and engineering skills.
Our team is one of the most innovative in New Zealand and around the globe. We have developed Mott MacDonald’s smart infrastructure digital twin Moata, that is now used worldwide by water authorities and has received multiple awards.
By joining our team you will be at the forefront of integrating new technologies into the water engineering practice.
We offer you all the benefits that come with working as part of a global consultancy, including a great team environment, travel opportunities and an opportunity to grow your career and skill with the best in the business.
Mott MacDonald is a uniquely diverse global management, engineering and development consultancy that offers a diverse range of opportunities for potential employees to work with World Expert Practitioners on small and large scale projects within Australia and New Zealand.
This role is a key part of the water team and you will be responsible for the following :
To be the right person for this role you will need :
In turn you’ll be working on significant projects that shape the communities in which we live. You will build connections with our local and international experts and bring this knowledge to our clients and to their projects.
We adopt a pioneering mindset to meet our challenges head on.
There’s no time like the present to make a change.
The Mott MacDonald Group is a dynamic and innovative engineering, management and development consultancy working with high profile clients and on landmark projects worldwide.
We are wholly independent and employee owned with over 16,000 staff and 150 offices worldwide, working in focus sectors including buildings, transport, energy, water, health, education, industry and communications.