Field Service Engineer
Field Services Engineer(s)
Welsh Water Region
Salary £25,000 – 30,000 subject to experience and role
Benefits: Relevant training and Career Progression
Our client are the UK leaders in water efficiency and demand management. We provide services to many of the major water utility companies and their customers, as well as an impressive cross sector customer portfolio. Our unrivalled experience in water conservation and our philosophy of Integrated Demand Management make us the stand out company within the water industry.
Our services cross over all aspect of water utility support from Leak Detection, Data Logging to Customer Home visits, all aspects are designed to offer complimentary and beneficial services to our clients.OverviewOur client have a number of opportunities available for candidates to join our thriving field services team delivering key water demand related disciplines to our Utility Customers, as well as a range of private and public-sector customers in Wales and bordering areas. The candidate must possess a clean driving licence and be willing to work across region.As a member of the IDM Team your main duties will be:·Support PM and Lead on a variety of different projects and initiatives.·Required to undertake water network audits, surveys and installations. ·Flow, pressure and acoustic data logging – data collection and analysis.·Producing technical reports with varying levels of detail.·Liaise with sub-contractors and clients, acting as an ambassador for Aqualogic.·Carryout IMS auditing – site, staff and sub-contractors·Supervising and co-ordinating staff including training, workload and IMSSkills and Experience highly beneficial for this role are:·A minimum of three years appropriate water industry experience·Working to tight deadlines in a busy environment with limited supervision ·Experience across a range of disciplines including network modelling, pressure management, data handling, client liaison and basic project management/co-ordination·Self-motivated individual with an eye for detail and a focus on customer service·Field data collection and use of equipment including Technolog and other technologies·Leakage detection knowledge including field experience and use of relevant technologies·Report writing, project tracking and an excellent communicator essential·PRV servicing, set-up and controller installation is desirable along with PMA design experience·Water regulations knowledge and experience desirable·A clean UK driving licenceQualifications·A minimum of 5 GCSE pass grades ·Higher education achievements in relevant disciplines advantageous. ·Vocational Achievements NVQ/C&G advantageous.·Water Hygiene, Street works and Manual handling accreditation desirable but not essential. To apply for this rolePlease email a copy of your CV.AQUALOGIC ARE AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITIES EMPLOYER WELSH SPEAKING SKILLS ARE WELCOME FOR THIS POST
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