Job Summary

Hydrology Engineer applys scientific knowledge and mathematical principles to solve water-related problems such as quantity, quality and availability. He could work on finding new water sources, predicting droughts or floods and reducing waste water.

Responsibilities

  • studying relationships between soil and rock features, rainfall and water run-off
  • using specialist computer modelling applications
  • recording and analysing water resource systems data
  • employing statistical and hydrological modelling techniques
  • determining the most effective water management methods
  • assessing the impact of environmental changes and land use changes
  • predicting and monitoring rainfall, water yields and usage
  • liaising with clients, consultants, water regulators, researchers, external bodies and other professionals
  • managing on-site data collection
  • forecasting floods
  • producing water and drought management plans
  • ensuring appropriate regulations are implemented
  • keeping up to date with scientific and technical developments
  • making presentations
  • supervising the work of hydrometrists and other staff

Requirements :-

- Bachelor’s degree in Civil Engineering

- 7 years of relevant experience

- Good communication and presentation skills

- Good interpersonal skills

- Proficiency in spoken and written English and Arabic