Where could a JBA career take you?

Where could a JBA career take you?

Your dream career starts here, with opportunities across all of our disciplines and roles tailored to provide personal development, life-long learning and the opportunity to positively impact the planet.

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Equality monitoring

JBA is committed to the application of the Equality Act 2010 (UK); Employment Equality Acts 1998, 2004 (Ireland); and Employment Act 1991 and Employment (Amendment) Act 1996 (Isle of Man).

In order to assist in monitoring and reporting equality information, and to record our progress in achieving the aims of our Equality and Diversity Policy, we would be grateful if you would complete our confidential Equality and Diversity questionnaire and return a copy with your application form. All information will be treated in confidence and will not be seen by staff directly involved in the selection process. The questionnaire will be detached from your application form, stored separately and used only to provide statistics for monitoring purposes.

Your cooperation would be appreciated but completion of the form is not obligatory. Thank you for your assistance.

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We combine analytical, engineering, social and nature-inspired solutions to support our clients to adapt and build resilience to climate change. Click to find out more.

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  • 29.08.23
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Discover more about the training courses and topics delivered by our in-house experts

Discover more about the topics we cover and some of our in-house specialists who deliver our technical training courses.…

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  • 16.08.23
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JBA working alongside US Army Corps of Engineers Engineering Research and Development Centre to model coastal nature-based solutions

Working alongside the US Army Corps of Engineers Engineering Research and Development Centre to model coastal NBS.…

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  • 31.07.23
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How aligned is improving riverine longitudinal connectivity with the carbon reduction hierarchy?

Following his recent article on whether the river restoration sector should be doing more to deliver resilience, Technical Director for Hydroecology, Jon Whitmore, reflects on the priority order of techniques…

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  • 27.07.23
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ForeCoast® Marine Launches New Simulation Results Functions

ForeCoast® Marine has launched a suite of new results features – providing users with significantly greater functionality and insight when optimising complex offshore wind strategies and designs.…

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  • 26.07.23
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Transforming Brighton and Hove’s coastal defences to increase resilience to the risks of sea level rise

We are proud to be supporting Brighton & Hove City Council, Shoreham Port and Adur District Council with the development of designs for new coastal defences and beach management plans.…

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  • 20.07.23
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Supporting the Government's plan to adapt the UK to impacts of climate change

The government has released the third National Adaptation Programme, a strategic five-year plan that brings together policies and actions to address the risks and opportunities arising from climate change.…

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