Together we serve 4.6 million customers across Sussex, Kent, Hampshire and the Isle of Wight.

All of us rely on water for everything – from what we eat and drink, to the rivers, fields, forests and beaches that we love. Our population is growing fast, and climate change is bringing greater risk of drought and flooding.

So, together with our customers and communities, we aim to provide a sustainable, high-quality water and wastewater service that helps us create a resilient future for water in the South East – follow the link to see more on our plans for the future.

Our locations

Our headquarters are based in Worthing, West Sussex and we have offices in:

  • Brighton, East Sussex
  • Otterbourne, Hampshire
  • Chatham, Kent

We also operate hundreds of sites across our region, which include:

  • 89 water treatment works
  • 365 wastewater treatment works
  • 2,375 pumping stations
  • Reservoirs at Bewl, Darwell, Weir Wood and Powdermill

Follow the link for more details on our area of operation.

Our roles

We offer hundreds of different types of role, so if you’re up for a challenging, rewarding career then this is the place to be. Our people range from project managers, customer service executives and scientists, to accountants, analysts, IT specialists and sewerage operatives.

Our business is divided across our key teams and departments which include Customer Services, Water and Wastewater Operations, Engineering and Construction, Health and Safety, and corporate support teams including IT, HR and Finance.

Diversity and inclusion

We’re committed to creating an inclusive environment – the more diverse we are, the more innovative, empathetic and successful we'll be.

No one should suffer discrimination because of their age, disability, ethnicity, gender, gender identity, religion or sexual orientation. We proactively promote inclusion around recruitment, benefits, training and promotion, as well as our facilities, procedures and terms and conditions of employment.

Our policies also support our ambition to appoint, develop and retain the best people to achieve our aim of a resilient future for water in the South East.

Follow the link to read our Gender Pay Gap Report.