Considering a career in water? WSP women discuss innovative and sustainable solutions that help address water-related challenges


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A career at WSP working with water can be very rewarding

A career at WSP working with water can be very rewarding

 April 20, 2021

Are you interested in a career with WSP focusing on integrated thinking for managing our water resources and creating more resilient environments?

Explore WSP's collection of thought leadership articles and webinar recordings that convey how WSP is helping water operators deliver efficient, reliable and resilient services to communities. 

Plus, search the latest WSP water-related job vacancies.


A career working with water can be very rewarding

Water is one of the most essential natural resources, responsible for shaping the built environment and sustaining the natural environment. Managing water effectively and sustainably is more critical than ever. Climate change, urbanization and aging assets have added pressure to the water resources of communities, infrastructure and ecosystems. The resulting impacts on stormwater, water quality, water supplies, as well as the associated shifts in the regulatory landscape, requires an integrated approach with innovative thinking.

At WSP, their water experts understand the regional complexities and local subtleties of addressing water-related environmental challenges. Through their range of multidisciplinary capabilities – from water risk management and hydrological modelling to water quality control and ecosystem restoration – they can support clients’ needs throughout a project’s life cycle. By effectively planning, managing, cleaning and restoration of our water resources WSP can help create a sustainable and resilient future for business operations, communities, and the natural environment.

Given the impact of the pandemic and climate change on water, WSP understands the need to value this precious resource in a responsible and accountable manner, with regard to drinking water, wastewater and water storage.

From proactive planning to sustainable operations, hear from some of the women from WSP working in WATER related roles as they discuss recent projects and provide insights on innovative solutions to valuing water.


Water utility climate risks and opportunities mapping framework

WSP USA employees, Practice Leader Emily Wasley and Project Consultants Kimberly Grubert and Alua Suleimenova, explain the Water Utility Climate Risks and Opportunities Mapping Framework that WSP developed in partnership with water utilities to help identify, assess, and prioritize climate-related risks and opportunities.


WSP software for stream river professionals

Eva Marcus, Senior project manager for Environment & Nature at WSP in Denmark, introduces VASP, a WSP software product for stream river professionals.


Use your expertise for good with WSP

Water is one of many areas where WSP is making a positive sustainable impact thanks to the expertise and skills of its talented employees.

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