We are recruiting ...again!

We are recruiting ...again!

We are looking for someone who will develop into a water demand specialist and help lead Artesia's work on water demand and leakage in the future.

You will be enthusiastic, confident, and forward thinking, probably with three years water sector experience and looking for a challenge. We will provide you with the opportunity to learn from Artesia's experts in water demand and leakage, and to develop your own thinking in the areas of water demand technology, operation, policy, and regulation, so that you can progress and start to lead in these areas.

You will get the opportunity to work on a range of water demand and leakage projects with our expert data scientists to bring an industry perspective to the outputs. You will also work with our water demand and data science experts to identify and develop new business opportunities. As well as working with the Artesia team you will have a client facing role in project delivery and helping to ensure that the outputs we produce are aligned with client's needs.

This is a role that will give you the opportunity to help us maintain our reputation in water demand and develop our skills in this area to meet future challenges.

You can find out more about the role responsibilities, key skills required and benefits here: https://uk.indeed.com/jobs?q=water%20demand%20specialist&l=Bristol&vjk=f44358c265026be5

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