About the Company :
The Adler and Allan Group provides market leading environmental risk reduction through preventative and responsive solutions offering an expert 24-7 service to our customers.
We give our customers peace of mind in detecting and identifying the environmental risks posed to their business. Our broad range of risk mitigation products and services keep businesses strong, reducing the prospect of litigation, costly fines and bad publicity, as well as reducing the threat to the environment.
In a world where the environment and legislation are in constant flux, we also provide emergency response in a variety of settings.
Our customers include multinational blue-chip organisations across a wide range of sectors both private and public.
We are an ambitious team who are focused on growth, putting out customers at the heart of what we do, and we live our values of Safety, Service, Working Together, Wellbeing and Expertise.
Our culture is can-do, fun and where everyone has a part to play. If you want to help businesses and protect the environment, this role could be for you.
In return you will be rewarded with a great package, fantastic culture, challenging role and an opportunity for development and progression.
Oneline, part of the Adler and Allan Group, provides highly specialised surveys of underground infrastructure, as well as cleaning, handling and uplift of hazardous liquid waste from industrial tanks and sewers.
Oneline has over 30 years of combined experience planning, mobilising and successfully completing large scale surveying and cleaning projects, including tank and siphon cleaning and confined space entries.
The Role :
An exciting and challenging opportunity has arisen for a suitably experienced and capable individual to join the team, based in Wellington, Somerset.
The post holder will be responsible for obtaining camera recordings of sewers and identifying and coding for any structural defects that may be present.
This video coding is used alongside drawn up plans of the drainage network.
The postholder will be sent on a variety of formal training courses, combined with on the job learning to allow development to the role of Drainage Surveyor, within the expected timescale of 6-12 months.
The postholder will be required to operate any Company vehicle for which they are suitably qualified to undertake. As the duties of this post constitute those of a professional driver, all operation of Company vehicles must be undertaken in a safe manner and fully compliant with all relative law and legislation.
The postholder is contracted to work a 40-hour week, basic hours being 7.30am until 4.00 pm Monday to Friday with 30 minutes for lunch.
In addition, there is a significant requirement to be available to satisfy overtime requirements (overtime paid at a higher hourly rate), which will include weekend and evening and night time working.
On occasion there may the requirement to stay away from home for work.
The key tasks and accountabilities associated with the post are as follows :
It is your responsibility to check the oil, water and any other daily maintenance issues associated with the van or equipment.
This list is not exhaustive, and the postholder will be expected to undertake any other duties for which they are qualified for and capable of undertaking.
Role Requirements :
Additional Information :
The postholder will be expected to undertake all duties in a professional manner, representing the Company well and to the best of ability.