Hydrology Analyst will:
Work within a team producing geospatial products integrating topographical, remote sensing and other datasets to analyse effects of natural disasters such as flooding, wildfire or earthquake.
Be the lead expert in applying geospatial data to analyse extent and severity of flooding events.
Identify and apply new datasets and techniques to the platform, under the guidance of the lead developer.
Share expertise and training with team members.
Hydrology Analyst will report directly to the Senior Team Lead.
Hydrology Analyst should:
Have a recognised degree-level or higher qualification in or related to one of the following disciplines: hydrology, geology, geoscience, physical geography or geographical information systems and remote sensing.
Experience through own research, qualification or employment of working on hydrology tasks.
Experience of creating and working with flooding models using GIS.
Good written and verbal communication skills, and ability to work well in a team or with minimal supervision
Boundless enthusiasm for hydrology and geospatial intelligence, as demonstrated by a commitment to continuing your technical development.
The ambition and flexibility to work in a scale-up environment.
Working knowledge of QGIS.
Programming skills, specifically Python, as well as experience in data science, statistics or related skills.
Experience of working with the insurance industry.
Experience of working with natural disaster events such as hurricane response support.
Home and the company office in the City of London or Bournemouth. Occasional opportunity for overseas travel.