As a rapidly growing business we pride ourselves in our positive and supportive culture where everyone in our team is truly valued. With our dedicated training and development team on hand, we provide continuous development for those at all levels who are determined to reach their personal professional goals.

For more information about our vacancies please contact Alex at apotter@veriflo.co.uk

Benefits for all employees:

  • Health & Lifestyle Rewards Scheme including discounts at 3500+ retailers including supermarkets, 24/7 GP service for you and your family, access to private healthcare and more
  • Long service holiday reward scheme
  • Above statutory Pension contribution
  • Funding of relevant professional qualifications and memberships in line with our company Training and Professional Memberships Policy should this be desired or required for your role.
  • 2 x Companywide team meetings including Summer Team Building event and a Winter Christmas Party.
  • Annual appraisal and a Companywide salary review each year
  • Recommend a friend reward scheme

FIELD TECHNICIAN

With the support of the Field Supervisor, Senior Technicians and the Project Managers alike, this role is ideally suited to someone seeking to expand their knowledge and exposure to the clean water network.

The successful candidate will be responsible for delivering a broad spectrum of field based activities such as trunk and distribution main isolations, asset investigation and validation, operability testing, reservoir outages and mains commissioning, and all associated water quality activities such as flushing and sampling.

This is an exciting opportunity for those who believe they have more to give to their careers and are ready to challenge themselves in a small but rapidly growing business.

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TEAM:

Field Team

RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • This is a varied field based water network field technician role primarily based in and around the M25, however work in the Thames Valley region will be required at times
  • As an experienced technician you will be able to undergo you duties as the first-person in a team, troubleshooting with your team to achieve a safe, first time result
  • Working with contractors to undertake both planned and unplanned work – investigating clean water networks to resolve poor performance including high or low pressure, leakage, metering queries, and loss of supply.
  • You will be required to undertaken day to day activities across a multitude of our clean water services primarily focused on trunk main isolation, operability checks, asset verification, logger deployment and all associated water quality activities, such as flushing and sampling.
  • You will carry out flow and pressure tests and utilize your experience in optimisation techniques to spot anomalies, find resolutions and ensure a safe result.
  • Experience in operating clean water assets (valve/hydrants etc), working on trunk and distribution mains.
  • You will be required to use GIS plans and other reference documents to undertake onsite point of work risk assessment and comprehensive site report and submit these in a client-ready state to the Project team using a smart device
  • You will support and report to the office-based project teams in finding solutions to issues as and when they arise, reporting and escalating where necessary, preparing vehicles, equipment and stock for upcoming work.

SKILLS AND QUALIFICATIONS:

  • Minimum of 3 years practical, clean water industry field experience
  • First-person lead on trunk main isolations on large diameter mains
  • Ideal experience include: District metered area validation, zonal pressure tests and experience with valve shuts offs and step testing. Trunk and distribution main isolations, asset verification, Probe installations and experience with mains disinfection.
  • EUSR clean water hygiene, Valve Operations and NRSWA Signing, Lighting and Guarding Streetworks qualified
  • IT proficient including Office365, GIS mapping tools, PDA/Tablet use and online reporting software.
  • Full, clean UK driving license.

PERSONAL SPECIFICATION:

  • Ability to lead as a first person
  • Consistent, reliable and health and safety consciousness
  • A drive to see jobs through to a resolution
  • A flexible approach to working day and night shifts and be available for emergencies work
  • An eagerness to work collaboratively with all those in the team, field and office

For full details please contact Alex at apotter@veriflo.co.uk 

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COMMISSIONING SPECIALIST

We are seeking a highly skilled and experienced field-based Commissioning Engineer to deliver the growth and ongoing success of our end-to-end commissioning service. The lead Commissioning Engineer is integral to the onsite operations of the service and will be responsible for the safe and efficient delivery of clean water mains back into supply.

Working with the Field Specialist, the Commissioning Specialist will manage onsite operations at all stages of the commissioning process and will be the central point of contact for all stakeholders during the delivery of this service.

The role will involve the commissioning of newly constructed, upgraded and repaired pipework across all clean water infrastructure. Primarily working on large diameter trunk mains on the strategic network, but including those assets associated with treatment plants, pumping stations, and reservoirs.

Critical responsibilities include: pre-site safety surveys, construct and brief RAMS, resource and kit planning, pressure testing, swabbing, chemical dosing, chlorination and dechlorination, mains flushing and water quality sampling.

Due to the nature of the role, you will need to be flexible and reactive at short notice for field support.

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TEAM:

Commissioning Team

RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Ensure complete and unwavering compliance with Company, client and industry HSE regulations, safety standards, and environmental guidelines.
  • Oversee all stages of the commissioning process from project initiation to completion, ensuring projects are delivered on time, within budget, and to the highest standard.
  • Responsible for detailed pre, post and live site surveys, inspections and monitoring including supporting RAMS preparation, approval and onsite briefings, enabling the safe and compliant delivery of this service.
  • Liaise effectively with stakeholders, including management, colleagues, third-party contractors, suppliers, and client representatives, ensuring clear and consistent communication throughout the project lifecycle.
  • The role require both a desk based and a field operations skills set, it is imperative that The Project Manager is able to understand all elements of the role and be available to support and lead on site.
  • Closely monitor the performance of water treatment system, analysing key parameters such as flow rates, pressure, turbidity, chlorine levels, pH balance and all other relevant indicators to verify compliance with regulatory requirements.
  • Identifying root causes of issues that may arise during the commissioning process and troubleshoot to resolve, repair or make adjustments as required in liaison with all stakeholders.
  • Beyond troubleshooting, identify issues that require action and escalation to ensure zero impact to water quality, end users and the network.
  • Maintain comprehensive records of all activities including survey and audit reports, photo evidence and tests and adjustments throughout the commissioning process.
  • Ongoing kit management and maintenance including regulatory pressure testing and disinfection inspections, maintenance of water quality testing and monitoring devices, maintenance of hoses, fittings and specialist vehicles.
  • In conjunction with Senior Consultant support the strategic growth of the commissioning service by refining the current processes to incorporate pressure testing and other service requirements.
  • Responsible for the financial management of projects, including cost control, invoicing, and financial reporting, in conjunction with the Senior Consultant
  • Facilitate regular team meetings and briefings to keep all members up-to-date and informed about project progress and foster a positive work culture, encouraging innovation, collaboration, and continuous learning within the team.
  • Evaluate project outcomes against initial objectives and key performance indicators, and incorporate learnings into future projects.
  • Stay informed about industry trends, technological advancements, and best practices to drive continuous improvement in commissioning processes.
  • During intermittent commissioning service down time, liaise directly with the Project Teams to manage and deliver other activities including but not limited to: ring main projects, probe installations and alternative workstreams providing essential assistance in other areas of the business as this service grows.
  • Some extended shifts including evenings and weekends will be required within working time regulations, in most cases this is planned however at times these may be at short notice.
  • Line Management duties including ongoing teaching and mentoring, annual and mid-year appraisals, setting objectives and encouraging a positive work culture for your immediate team.

 

SKILLS AND QUALIFICATIONS:

 

Essential:

  • Hands on experience in managing large sites and events such as ring main outages, large diameter main diversions, pump shafts and stations, and water treatment works
  • Minimum of 5 years experience in a dedicated Management role
  • Minimum of 10 years water industry experience
  • CSCS / SMSTS / SSSTS qualification
  • EUSR Water Hygiene and SHEA Water qualification
  • EUSR Hydrostatic Pressure Testing
  • NRSWA Supervisor
  • Valve operations including CALM Networks
  • Excellent IT knowledge including GIS mapping tools, PDA/Tablet use and online reporting software
  • Full, clean UK driving license

Desired:

  • ACOP 8 and L8 Water treatment, MEICA commissioning activities, Confined space entry

 

PERSONAL SPECIFICATIONS:

 

  • Strong and practical industry knowledge of large diameter mains and the commissioning service
  • Hands on experience flushing commercial and industrial water systems to BSRIA standard
  • Capable of producing and delivering RAMS to ensure safety and compliance to the highest standard
  • You will possess strong and evidencable leadership skills, able to coordinate resources to deliver works both as a leader and an operative
  • Proven track record of leading tasks and activities and a drive to see jobs through to resolution
  • A methodical, measured approach to work and an eagerness to collaborate with all those in the team
  • You will have a well-rounded understanding health & safety within the water industry
  • You will take ownership and be accountable for all tasks and activities assigned to you and will evolve the role into your own by prioritising a consistently fluctuating workload
  • Able to work flexibly and reactively depending on business operations and requirements including day, night and weekend shifts as required

For full details please contact Alex at apotter@veriflo.co.uk

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METERING ENGINEER

We are seeking a skilled and experienced field-based flow measurement specialist who will play a crucial role in our Commissioning Team ensuring the accurate measurement and monitoring of water usage through the installation, maintenance, and troubleshooting of water meters. The role will contribute to the efficiency of our operations and help us provide reliable water services to our clients and the public.

The Metering Engineer will provide a high level of technical input and a typical day will involve travel around the London/ Thames Valley region, however there may be requirement to travel outside of these areas onoccasion. You’ll be responsible for fixing and installing the assets as well as using a combination of fault diagnostic procedures and specialist test equipment and have the ability to interrogate data trends and
diagnose issues or problems that need to be rectified.

This is a new role to our business and so the candidate should expect this role to evolve and develop over time. Due to the nature of the role, you will need to be flexible and reactive at short notice for field support.

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RESPONSIBILITIES:

• Accurate data reporting from installed sites
• Reviewing and analysing data
• Maintaining stock records and equipment levels
• Understanding of principles of flow measurement and different types of metering
• Collaborate with the office based project teams to identify optimal locations for meter probe installations based on water distribution network considerations and conduct site assessments to determine the most efficient and effective placement of meter probes.
• Identify suitable locations for ultrasonic meter installations, considering factors such as water flow patterns, accessibility and system requirements.
• Conduct site assessments to ensure suitable locations for meter installations
• Work closely with the project team to coordinate meter exchange activities. Develop and follow a systematic schedule to minimise service disruptions and ensure timely replacements.
• Carry out pre-exchange site assessments to evaluate the condition of the existing meter and the surrounding infrastructure and ensure the work area is properly prepared to facilitate a safe exchange.
• Undertake valve operations as needed for meter installations, maintenance, or repairs and ensure proper functioning of valves and identify and address any issues promptly.
• Collaborate with the project team to co-ordinate valve activities in alignment with overall water distribution plans.
• You will conduct in-depth diagnostic analysis of data failure issues to determine the root causes and implement corrective measures to restore data transmission functionality. You will also perform repairs on meters.
• Thorough field inspections to identify and record the makes and models of existing water meters and document the specific fittings and accessories associated with each meter to ensure comprehensive inventory information.
• Maintain detailed and organised records of meter models and fittings to create a comprehensive inventory database and any notable observations during fittings and inspections.
• Demonstrate leadership skills and promote the Company values.
• Comprehensive risk assessments for access to confined spaces to ensure the safety of those involved in metering operations. This involves evaluating potential hazards associated with confined spaces and implementing measures to mitigate risks.
• Determine and mitigate impact on water quality throughout the operations

SKILLS AND QUALIFICATIONS:

• CSCS / SMSTS / SSSTS qualification would be an advantage
• EUSR Water Hygiene would be an advantage but training can be given
• EUSR SHEA Water qualification would be an advantage but training can be given
• NRSWA is required but training can be given
• Valve operations including CALM Networks is required but training can be given
• Excellent IT knowledge including SOFTWARE , PDA/Tablet use and online reporting software.
• Full, clean UK driving license
• Eligibility to work in the UK

PERSONAL SPECIFICATION:

• Proven experience in the installation, maintenance, and troubleshooting of water meters within the water industry or similar is essential.
• Familiarity with various metering technologies, including ultrasonic meters and meter probes.
• Excellent knowledge of MEICA practices associated with working on or near assets.
• Strong technical proficiency in metering equipment, including the ability to install, calibrate, and troubleshoot a variety of water meters.
• Competency in using software programs for data collection, analysis, and reporting.
• Excellent problem-solving skills with the ability to diagnose and address issues related to meter performance and data transmission.
• Capacity to think critically and make sound decisions in challenging situations.
• Strong awareness of safety protocols and a commitment to adhering to safety guidelines, particularly in confined space entry and other potentially hazardous situations.
• Ability to conduct thorough risk assessments and prioritise safety in all job activities.
• Flexibility to adapt to changing work environments and priorities.
• Openness to learning and incorporating new technologies and industry best practices.

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NETWORK ENGINEER

This is a varied technical role, suited to someone who is looking to be valued in a smaller yet rapidly growing company and would seeking an opportunity to work across multiple projects for multiple client. The Network Engineer will be responsible for supporting or acting on behalf of the Project Management Team to deliver key projects and contracts by providing specialist clean water knowledge of hydraulic principles and network modelling to the team.

This role would be ideally suited to a candidate who is able to troubleshoot network issues, spot anomalies and take ownership of resolutions and deliver actions when considering the project objectives.

There will be some need to undertake field-based activities and lead on complex network operations as well as overseeing and auditing the field teams daily tasks.

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RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Propose and support the development of pressure and flow management schemes and be able to present a cost benefit analysis of asset management schemes to the client
  • Review and analyse available sources of data to provide a concise and clear summary of findings, propose further investigations and solutions
  • Using GIS for clean water network mapping and tracing applications – understand and identify asset information, tracing of mains, district metered areas, permit to work info layer, identifying customer impact
  • Identifying anomalies within GIS, analyzing information and providing a logical solution to identifying and designing asset management solutions
  • Lead on the interrogation and analysis of logged data and use of metering software
  • Monitor and report on missing and broken assets within the network ensuring they are ‘client ready’ to asses criticality
  • Creating comprehensive standard and complex risk mitigation plans and method statements (Permit to works) for review by the Senior team. Adhering to client standards and regulations
  • Liaise regularly in person or via conference call with external stakeholders and clients including Client Engineers, suppliers and subcontractors
  • The primary liaison between Project Managers and the Network Analysts to ensure efficiency, productivity and shared knowledge across all teams
  • Planning and scheduling form part of the role whereby you will optimise the field resource to deliver all work in line with key dates and redirecting resources where required
  • Create and track project work, ensuring all briefings are conducted and the project is HSEQ compliant according to the Veriflo company standards
  • Track hours, project completions and collate all relevant information to deliver a client ready comprehensive activity summary report and de-briefing document
  • Provide in field support on project delivery as required? Eg, probes, large isolations etc. and at times conduct routine compliance audits to provide client reassurance
  • You may be required to be an active member of the Health and Safety committee and take responsibility for delivering HSEQ actions
  • The role will require you to personally Line Manage which includes conducting annual and mid-year appraisals
  • You will project briefings, contingency planning, creating site specific RAMS for review

SKILLS AND QUALIFICATIONS:

  • Essential
    • Minimum of 5 years industry experience or in a similar transferable role
    • An understanding of the distribution and trunk main network operating principles
    • An understanding of hydraulic analysis using hydraulic modelling software
    • Educated to degree level or equivalent qualification
    • Proven experience of working within a project life cycle, either by desktop or field support
    • Proficient use of Office365 and GIS
  • Desired
    • Knowledge of district metered area design and optimisation is desirable
    • Practical hands-on industry or utility sector knowledge

PERSONAL SPECIFICATION:

  • Strong analytic, critical thinking and problem solving skills
  • Able to demonstrate the ability to form good working relations with colleagues and clients alike
  • Logically minded using mathematical and engineering based conclusions to provide solutions

For full details please contact Alex at apotter@veriflo.co.uk

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PROJECT MANAGER

We are seeking an experienced Project Manager to oversee and manage clean water network operations projects. The Project Manager will be responsible for planning, executing, and delivering projects from inception to completion.

The Project Manager will drive efficiencies to reduce leakage and unaccounted water, customer impact and supporting programmes for ongoing repairs and maintenance on the clean water network infrastructure.

This role requires excellent commercial, people and organisational skills to ensure the successful completion of projects on time, within budget, and in accordance with regulatory requirements and client standards. The Project Manager will also handle project bidding and tendering, budgeting, and cost control.

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RESPONSIBILITIES:

• Develop and implement project plans, timelines, and resource allocation, managing the project lifecycle whilst adhering to project management methodologies.
• Coordinate with stakeholders to identify project requirements, KPIs, and constraints ensuring project milestones and internal and external quality standards are met.
• Prepare and participate in project bidding and tender processes, including contract negotiation, terms review and quote submissions.
• Monitor project costs, track budget utilisation, and implement cost control measures.
• Produce client-ready project risk assessments and method statements submission and subsequent team project briefings.
• Collaborate with technical and field teams to ensure seamless project execution and foster a positive team culture, motivating and empowering team members to achieve a safe and successful outcome.
• Build client relations and lead/attend regular project pre-start and progress meetings/calls, providing updates to stakeholders and post project de-briefs.
• Prepare and present project reports, including progress updates and budget analysis to the leadership and finance team.
• Identify and provide both planned and reactive solutions to program changes and anomalies, capitalising on opportunities to work smarter and drive efficiencies.
• Monitoring project risks and assist in implementing risk mitigation strategies.
• Manage contracts with external resources including suppliers and subcontractors.
• Ensure complete compliance with Company, client and industry regulations, safety standards, and environmental guidelines.
• Stay updated on industry trends, best practices in clean water network operations.
• Duty Manager responsibilities include a 1 in 7 week rota for out of hours calls and queries.
• Line Management duties, whereby you will be responsible for annual and mid-year appraisals, setting objectives and encouraging a positive work culture.

SKILLS AND QUALIFICATIONS:

• HNC/degree in engineering, project management, or related field
• Proven experience as a Project Manager in the utilities industry
• Knowledge of water distribution network and relevant regulations (desired)
• Proficiency in project management methodologies
• Excellent leadership and team engagement skills
• Exceptional communication and interpersonal skills
• Flexibility to travel to project and client sites as needed

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HYDRAULIC MODELLER

This is a varied technical role, suited to someone who is looking to be valued in a smaller yet rapidly growing company and would seeking an opportunity to work across multiple projects for multiple clients.

The Hydraulic Modeller will be responsible for supporting or acting on behalf of the Project Support Team to deliver key projects and contracts by providing specialist clean water knowledge of hydraulic principles and network modelling to the team.

This role would be ideally suited to a candidate who is able to troubleshoot network issues, spot anomalies and take ownership of resolutions and deliver actions when considering the project objectives.

There may be need for occasional site visits to work alongside the field technicians on an ad-hoc basis.

As a Hydraulic Modeller, you will be responsible for the creation, verification, and maintenance of hydraulic models, with a focus on planning and overseeing field tests. Your role will encompass various aspects of data management, analysis of asset data for network modeling and management, and utilisation of hydraulic models for design, operational support and planning purposes.

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TEAM:

Project Support Team

RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Create, verify, and maintain hydraulic models for water distribution networks, incorporating planning and overseeing field tests.
  • Utilise existing hydraulic models for diverse needs, including asset design, operational support, and long-term planning.
  • Use hydraulic models to understand system performance, design improvements, and enhance clean water networks.
  • Consider key factors such as customer service levels, resilience, growth, leakage, and water quality in model-driven decision-making.
  • Implement pressure management and network optimization strategies at various scales, from sub-DMA to large zonal schemes.
  • Trial new software and approaches to ensure alignment with client needs.
  • Conduct impact assessments and growth studies, addressing complex needs through modeling and statistical analysis.
  • Analyse available data sources to provide concise summaries, propose further investigations, and develop solutions.
  • Use GIS for clean water network mapping and tracing applications, identifying anomalies and designing asset management solutions.
  • Liaise with clients and stakeholders to ensure successful project delivery in terms of time, cost and quality whilst ensuring all briefings conducted and the project is HSEQ compliant according to Veriflo company standards.
  • Prepare deliverables, including technical reports, hydraulic models, presentations, and web-based reporting.
  • Develop comprehensive risk mitigation plans and method statements adhering to client standards and regulations.
  • You may be required to be an active member of the Health and Safety committee and take responsibility for delivering HSEQ actions.
  • As a rapidly growing company, you be will required you to Line Manage which includes conducting probation meetings and annual and mid-year appraisals.

SKILLS AND QUALIFICATIONS:

  • Minimum of 5 years industry experience or in a similar transferable role
  • Undergraduate degree in Civil Engineering, Environmental Science, Geography, Mathematics or a related discipline and Chartered or working towards chartership with ICE or CIWEM
  • Experience of technical assurance of modelling outputs
  • Experience of hydrological calculations
  • Experience of writing and reviewing technical reports to convey key messages in a simple and clear manner
  • An understanding of hydraulic principals, experience in water network hydraulic modelling and modelling software such as InfoWorks WS
  • The ability to work with large volumes of data and use analytics to spot trends and patterns, present data and identify solutions
  • A focus on excellence in delivery to our clients and show commitment to continuous improvement
  • An understanding of hydraulic analysis using hydraulic modelling software
  • Educated to degree level or equivalent qualification
  • Proven experience of working within a project life cycle, either by desktop or field support
  • Knowledge of DMA/PMA design and optimisation is desirable
  • Practical hands-on industry or utility sector knowledge

PERSONAL SPECIFICATION:

  • Strong analytic, critical thinking and problem solving skills
  • Able to demonstrate the ability to form good working relations with colleagues and clients
  • Logically minded using mathematical and engineering based conclusions to provide solutions

For full details please contact Alex on apotter@veriflo.co.uk 

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PROJECT SITE MANAGER

We are seeking a dynamic and experienced Commissioning Project Manager to spearhead our commissioning service and deliver results for stakeholders. This role is central to our commissioning service’s success, managing large-scale, complex water infrastructure projects from initiation to completion.

As a Project Manager, you will oversee all elements of the Company’s end-to-end commissioning service for newly constructed, upgraded, and repaired pipework across the clean water infrastructure. Primarily working on large diameter trunk mains on the strategic network, but including those assets associated with treatment plants, pumping stations, and reservoirs

Your responsibilities will extend beyond ensuring projects are delivered on time and within budget; they will encompass regulatory compliance, safety oversight and stakeholder management. With the support of the Senior Consultant, you will lead the specialist commissioning team, offering guidance and mentorship as the team grows while fostering a culture of safety and excellence.

This is a new role to the business and the successful candidate should expect this role to evolve and develop over time. Flexibility and the ability to be reactive at short notice for field support is essential.

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TEAM:

Commissioning Team

RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Obtain accurate readings from water meters
  • Collaborate with the office based project teams to identify optimal locations for meter probe installations based on water distribution network considerations and conduct site assessments to determine the most efficient and effective placement of meter probes.
  • Identify suitable locations for ultrasonic meter installations, considering factors such as water flow patterns, accessibility and system requirements.
  • Conduct site assessments to ensure optimal placement of all meters within the water distribution network.
  • Work closely with the project team to coordinate meter exchange activities. Develop and follow a systematic schedule to minimise service disruptions and ensure timely replacements.
  • Carry out pre-exchange site assessments to evaluate the condition of the existing meter and the surrounding infrastructure and ensure the work area is properly prepared to facilitate a safe exchange.
  • Undertake valve operations as needed for meter installations, maintenance, or repairs and ensure proper functioning of valves and identify and address any issues promptly.
  • Collaborate with the project team to co-ordinate valve activities in alignment with overall water distribution plans.
  • You will conduct in-depth diagnostic analysis of data failure issues to determine the root causes and implement corrective measures to restore data transmission functionality. You will also perform repairs on meters.
  • Thorough field inspections to identify and record the makes and models of existing water meters and document the specific fittings and accessories associated with each meter to ensure comprehensive inventory information.
  • Maintain detailed and organised records of meter models and fittings to create a comprehensive inventory database and any notable observations during fittings and inspections.
  • Demonstrate leadership skills and promote the Company values.
  • Comprehensive risk assessments for access to confined spaces to ensure the safety of those involved in metering operations. This involves evaluating potential hazards associated with confined spaces and implementing measures to mitigate risks.

 

SKILLS AND QUALIFICATIONS:

  • Level 3 diploma in Plumbing or technical training or certification in metering technology or a related field is essential
  • Experience in programming and full management of user interface of meters is essential
  • CSCS / SMSTS / SSSTS qualification would be an advantage
  • EUSR Water Hygiene would be an advantage but training can be given
  • EUSR SHEA Water qualification would be an advantage but training can be given
  • NRSWA is required but training can be given
  • Valve operations including CALM Networks is required but training can be given
  • Excellent IT knowledge including SOFTWARE , PDA/Tablet use and online reporting software.
  • Full, clean UK driving license
  • Eligibility to work in the UK

PERSONAL SPECIFICATION:

  • Strong and practical industry knowledge of large diameter mains and the commissioning service
  • Hands on experience flushing commercial and industrial water systems to BSRIA standard
  • Capable of producing and delivering RAMS to ensure safety and compliance to the highest standard
  • You will possess strong and evidencable leadership skills, able to coordinate resources to deliver works both as a leader and an operative
  • Proven track record of leading tasks and activities and a drive to see jobs through to resolution
  • A methodical, measured approach to work and an eagerness to collaborate with all those in the team
  • You will have a well-rounded understanding health & safety within the water industry
  • You will take ownership and be accountable for all tasks and activities assigned to you and will evolve the role into your own by prioritising a consistently fluctuating workload
  • Able to work flexibly and reactively depending on business operations and requirements including day, night and weekend shifts as required
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