ot only will you appreciate the responsibility that comes with being a Production Technician; you’ll love the independence and autonomy of conducting a maintenance routine schedule.
Day to day, you’ll be out and about completing electrical, mechanical and instrumental maintenance and repairs at Water Treatment Works, pumping stations and storage sites.
You’ll have the motivation and discipline to carry out the bulk of your work independently, but also get a buzz from working collaboratively with your team to manage various treatment sites.
As you’ll work primarily with electrical and mechanical equipment, you’ll be a qualified Electrician who’s used to identifying and fixing faults.
Travelling from place to place couldn’t be easier as you’ll be given a company van to drive to / from sites according to your schedule.
As the service you’ll provide is essential to the customer, you’ll be comfortable participating in a 1 in 5 standby rota to ensure someone’s always on call if there’s an operational issue.
It’s all part of your outstanding service.
What’s in it for you?
The work you’ll do is essential for Affinity Water to deliver clean, safe drinking water to our 3.6 million customers every day.
In return, you’ll be entitled to a host of benefits including a double-matching pension scheme, on-the-job training and a holiday allowance that increases with length of service.
So the longer you stay, the more you gain.
Think you’ve got what it takes?
Get involved in the story behind your water and be part of our vision to be the leading community-focused water company.
Apply now and follow the quick and easy application questions to submit your interest. Everyone will get a response.