Careers

Hydrogeologist – July 2022

We are currently, seeking a Hydrogeologist to strengthen our groundwater team. The person will be able to demonstrate evidence of a strong technical ability, have good inter-personal skills, and be willing to independently manage a number of projects.

In return we will provide, a friendly co-operative workplace with a low hierarchical management structure, mentoring for career advancement, a competitive remuneration package, and flexible working arrangements from our offices in Carlow or Newry.

 

Graduate Engineer/Scientist – July 2022

We are seeking to recruit a Graduate Engineer or Scientist into our surface water and engineering team. The role will primarily focus on hydrological assessment, hydraulic modelling of river systems and the preparation of Flood Risk Assessment Reports. In addition, the role will also include the design of foul and stormwater drainage systems, SUDs design and integrated constructed wetlands.

The successful candidate will have a level 8 BE degree (honours bachelor’s degree) or higher in civil/environmental engineering or a level 8 BSc degree or higher in earth and oceans sciences. The person will be able to demonstrate evidence of a strong technical ability, have good inter-personal skills, and be willing to work in a team on a number of projects.

In return we will provide, a friendly co-operative workplace with a low hierarchical management structure, structured mentoring programme for career advancement, a competitive remuneration package, and flexible working arrangements from our main office in Carlow.

 

Water Resource Engineer/Scientist – July 2022

We are seeking to recruit an Engineer or Scientist with 1-2 years’ experience into our surface water and engineering team. The role will primarily focus on hydrological assessment, hydraulic modelling of river systems and the preparation of Flood Risk Assessment Reports. In addition, the role will also include the design of foul and stormwater drainage systems, SUDs design and integrated constructed wetlands.

The successful candidate will have a level 8 BE degree (honours bachelor’s degree) or higher in civil/environmental engineering or a level 8 BSc degree or higher in earth and oceans sciences. The person will be able to demonstrate evidence of a strong technical ability, have good inter-personal skills, and be willing to work in a team on a number of projects. Preference given to candidates with a background in hydrology or hydraulic modelling software such as HEC-RAS or Flood Modeller Pro and other engineering software such as MicroDrainage, AutoDesk Civil Design 3D & ArcGIS/MapInfo/QGIS.

In return we will provide, a friendly co-operative workplace with a low hierarchical management structure, structured mentoring programme for career advancement, a competitive remuneration package, and flexible working arrangements from our main office in Carlow.

 

Please forward CV and covering letter to info@iece.ie – No Agencies

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