New tech and new thinking are solving the way water is ‘made."
Mark. Head of Delivery.
We’re focused on doing the right thing. We’re helping to clean up the nation’s rivers. We’re enhancing the environment for everyone. And we’re part of a critical industry for our society. This is your chance to join us and help to change our world for the better – in a big way.
We provide our communities with the fresh water that they need to keep life flowing. But just as crucially, our Wastewater Treatment team treat and recycle 700 million litres of wastewater at our 368 treatment works every single day. To maintain this vital cycle, we make water safe enough to be returned to rivers, the sea and ultimately, people’s homes.
Our Asset Management team have a big part to play too. They boost the resilience of our network to reduce pollution and leakages – and increase the reliability of this vital service.
There’s huge scope to make a difference here. If you have strong ideas and the talent to see them through, you’ll enjoy autonomy and support every step of the way. You’ll get to develop and flex your skills in an organisation that offers the scale to make a lasting impact.
Who can make a difference in Wastewater Treatment and Asset Management
We want analytical problem solvers who are up for a challenge – people who care about improving the environment and keeping water flowing for millions of people. It’s collaborative here, so you’ll need to confidently build relationships too, across our four key areas:
- Asset Management Transformation & Business Analytics
- Risk and Resilience
- IT Systems, Insights and Data Analytics
- Civil, Electrical and Mechanical Asset Engineering.
Wastewater Treatment and Asset Management opportunities and rewards
As a huge organisation, we offer plenty of paths for career development. You’ll also enjoy generous benefits. And we’ll support you through any training you need to go far with us. Although most roles are hybrid, we’re based in the South Downs – a beautiful area of the country. The capital’s still in easy reach, but the cost of living is more affordable.