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Flood Risk Team Leader G6 (Flood & Coastal Risk Management)

Leeds, Kent, United Kingdom, £46,374 , Permanent

Posted: 22 hours ago


Flood Risk Team Leader G6
Grade 6: £46,374

Various locations

Change tomorrow: lead the go-to team for Flood and Coastal Erosion Risk Management

The challenge

We are the Environment Agency. We protect and improve the environment.

The nation's investment in flood and coastal defences has helped to protect properties and reduce the impacts of flooding on lives and livelihoods. Between 1 April 2021 and 31 March 2027, the government is investing a further £5.2 billion in reducing the risks of flooding and coastal erosion. Alongside the construction of hard flood defences, our programme will seek to incorporate natural flood management and climate change allowances into the design of our schemes as well as create habitats for wildlife.

Our Partnership and Strategic Overview (PSO) teams support the whole lifecycle of our flood and coastal risk management assets, working with communities, professional partners and other organisations to protect us all from flood risk. Whether you're analysing data to inform plans or developing strategic approaches to protect people and property, your skills are vital for our future.

The role

In this role, you'll lead a team responsible for identifying, prioritising, assessing and delivering new or existing Flood & Coastal Erosion Risk Management (FCERM) projects. You'll secure funding, maintain and enhance the PSO's relationships with a range of strategic partners, and provide evidence-based, sustainable guidance on flood and coastal erosion risk management. With your can-do attitude, you'll be the go-to team for Flood and Coastal Erosion Risk Management (FCERM) advice - whether for government capital funding, planning-related risk assessments, permit issues, or maps and modelling.

The person

To succeed, you'll need to understand the key issues relating to long term, sustainable Flood and Coastal Erosion Risk Management and be adept at coaching and mentoring others. You must also be able to work with effectively with the community to put strategies and policy into action - on time, to budget and while showing political awareness and sensitivity.

Ideally, you'll be working towards becoming a member of the Institution of Civil Engineers (ICE), Chartered Institution of Water and Environmental Management (CIWEM) or an equivalent, relevant, professional body.

The benefits

Our benefits package includes generous annual leave, an excellent pension and flexible working arrangements. We'll also look after your wellbeing through our employee assistance programme, shopping and leisure discounts, and interest-free loans for bikes and season ticket loans.

There are many opportunities to progress your career with us via professional training routes such as apprenticeships and degree programmes.

The Environment Agency is committed to having an inclusive workforce to reflect the communities we serve. We welcome flexible working patterns for all our vacancies.

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Leeds, Kent, United Kingdom