Software Engineer at KWR Watercycle Research

Jul 29, 2016

Are you the experienced Software Engineer who will be making an important contribution to hydroinformatics for KWR and the drinking water sector? Do you have excellent mathematic skills and able to cope under pressure? KWR is in search of a:

Software Engineer (Phyton) (32-40 hours)



The position

We are looking for a Software Engineer to work across the organisation, in support of the hydroinformatic vision of KWR. The Software Engineer will be part of a team working under the supervision of the Chief Information Officer. What, among other things, will you’ll be doing?

Your profile

You are a highly experienced, enthusiastic and result-driven colleague. You are innovative, customer-oriented and are capable of planning and organising your work carefully. You are a team player, but also able to work independently. Furthermore a Software Engineer has the following capabilities:

Our offer

KWR is a challenging and engaged employer. We offer the space and opportunities for you to develop according to your own insights. Our excellent primary and secondary working conditions reflect the importance that we attach to a good balance between work and private life. And we work in conformity with the Water Industries collective labour agreement. With us you can developing high quality applied research software tools and products for the Water Sector together with 170 passionate colleagues in a modern work environment.

Hydroinformatics in KWR

Hydroinformatics provide the means to turn data into knowledge and then into informed decisions, directly supporting integrated urban water management. KWR works on the integration between knowledge domains while developing an overarching water-wise toolbox able to support Water Sector decisions and translate them into practical actions.


(i): value extraction from data (related to issues of big data, open access, data security, data interoperability and standards; smart meters, smart sensors and smart services)

(ii): Knowledge encapsulation into models and tools (related to issues of data exchange standardisation, model coupling, user-friendliness, code reusability and benchmarking)

(iii): ICT-supported transfer of water knowledge to end users (related to serious games, smart apps, scenario platforms, ‘smart’ homes and ‘smart’ cities).

Are you the experienced Software Engineer who will be making an important contribution to hydroinformatics for KWR and the drinking water sector? If so, please send your CV and accompanying via the link in the application section below

For further substantive information about the position please contact Christos Makropoulos (Chief Information Officer) on For further information about the application procedure please contact Sonja Mous (HR Advisor) on 030 - 6069 559 or

No canvassing please.

Keywords: Vacancy, Fulltime, Utrecht, Software Developer, Software Engineer.


Work Schedule:



Excellent primary and secondary working conditions

How to Apply

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