Now is an exciting and challenging time to be a geomorphologist in the Environment Agency. As Senior Advisor you will provide expert geomorphology advice to help people tackle the climate emergency and the biodiversity crisis. You will be in an influential position where you can make a difference and develop your career. Working as part of the national geomorphology team, you will: - Lead innovative and ambitious projects or approaches that help people to work with natural processes;- Identify and develop opportunities to shape and influence national policies; - get involved in local delivery of catchment restoration and flood risk management schemes by supporting area geomorphologists with complex and contentious work; and- develop your influence, your skills and profile by steering how geomorphology is used across a wide range of work areas.You’ll also help to organise and run professional development activities. You’ll work with a wide range of people within area and national teams internally and externally. We’d aim to shape the job in a way that builds on your strengths and interests. There will be opportunities to work on a wide range of hot topics such as woodland creation, natural capital, ecosystem restoration, and land management. You are experienced and adept at applying your technical knowledge to influence water and land management activity in ways that work with nature and natural processes. You are a creative and strategic thinker who looks for innovative ways to drive improvement.In addition, you will:• have exceptional technical expertise in geomorphology plus a proven track record of delivery as an applied practitioner,• bring passion and emotional intelligence to help us win over hearts, as well as the powers of persuasion to help us win over minds,• be able to translate a strategy into plans and actions, and then work through others to drive positive change,• have strong knowledge of environmental legislation, and understand the role that geomorphology can play in helping us tackle the climate crisis,• be naturally collaborative and able to demonstrate strong partnership working.