We offer an exciting and challenging variety of roles ranging from engineers and process scientists, to sewer operatives and customer services advisors.
Staff are based at our offices and operational sites across Sussex, Kent, Hampshire and the Isle of Wight.
We recruit regularly for customer services staff who help customers with their water, wastewater or billing enquiries.
Opportunities are also available to work at our water and wastewater treatment works and on our infrastructure, from operative to senior management level.
Maintenance is a key part of the business and extensive training is given to ensure our systems work effectively 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.
Our operations are supported by legal and financial teams who deal with all aspects of the business.
Water companies have to plan five, ten and even 25 years into the future and we have teams of specialists ensuring the company is always ready to meet the needs of customers.
Experts ensure the company meets the strict standards set by the industry regulators; Ofwat, the Environment Agency and the Drinking Water Inspectorate.
A team of health and safety advisors help to ensure we have an outstanding record for safety on our operational sites and during construction of new works.
The business is supported by specialists in communications, human resources, procurement and business systems.