- Develop your career through continued learning and development opportunities
- Flexibility to work from home 2 days per week
- Permanent position, based near the cafes and beach in our Petone office
This is a full time position of 40 hours per week
The remuneration range for this role is $112,803 to $159,251 p.a. (including KiwiSaver) depending on skills and experience.
We are looking for an experienced senior modeller to provide technical direction and expertise across the organisation in relation to the development of strategic and operational wastewater models.
- Develop, maintain and operate wastewater hydraulic models
- Support the growth agenda with respect to water infrastructure, planning and network performance
- Develop strategies and policies for urban development and Civil Engineering Practice
- Contribute to the development of operations and capital expenditure proposals
- Develop and mentor less experienced colleagues
To be successful in this role you will bring:
- A tertiary qualification in a relevant discipline (such as engineering or science)
- Experience in hydraulic &/or hydrology modelling in wastewater, ideally using InfoWorks ICM
- A background in the design of drainage and water infrastructure solutions
- Experience in assessing land development proposals
- Expertise in GIS
- Flexible working arrangements including 2 days working from home
- Comprehensive wellbeing programme
- Formal and informal professional development opportunities
- 5 weeks annual leave upon completion of 2 years’ service
- 1 day per year to do water related volunteer work
Join us as we embark on a transformative journey in the water sector. We are seeking individuals to be part of this change and help shape the future of the water services in the wider Wellington region. Your job security is guaranteed, and your expertise will play a vital role in ensuring the delivery of sustainable water services to our communities.
Wellington Water is the Wellington region’s professional water services provider. We are 100 per cent council owned and funded by Wellington City, Hutt City, Porirua City, and Upper Hutt City councils, Greater Wellington Regional Council and South Wairarapa District Council.
Our councils own the water infrastructure in the region, and they task us to manage the infrastructure and deliver water services to their communities.
Our job is to provide safe and healthy drinking water, collect and treat wastewater, and ensure the stormwater network is well managed. We do this on behalf of our council owners.
The value of water (a precious taonga) sits at our organisational heart. Every day our people come to work and strive to deliver services and manage infrastructure in a way that provides the best outcomes for our communities and our environment.
People work at Wellington Water because they want to make a difference. That means you will be helping to look after our most precious assets: water, human health and welfare, and the environment so our communities can prosper.
Why join us
It is an exciting time to be working in the water sector, not only are you at the forefront of looking after our most precious assets: water, human health and welfare and the environment, but proposed changes for the sector is increasing awareness around the importance of managing the three waters and creating new opportunities. Your personal and professional growth will be encouraged, and you will work alongside likeminded people who are passionate about their work and have a strong sense of purpose. If this sounds like you, then we would love to hear from you!
Applications: We will be reviewing and progressing applications as they are received, so don't delay, get your application in now!
How to apply
To view a copy of the position description: click here
To apply for the role, click on the ”apply” button or visit the Wellington Water Careers site
To apply for this role you must hold the right to work in New Zealand, or be eligible to obtain it
For further information, email: JoinUs@wellingtonwater.co.nz
Applicants will be required to undergo drug and alcohol testing prior to commencing employment with Wellington Water. You must also be legally entitled to work long-term in New Zealand.