Water Hygiene/Treatment Engineer

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Position - Water Hygiene/Treatment Engineer
Location: London
Salary/Package: £23,000 - 30,000k plus Company Van, Fuel Card, Mobile Phone, Tablet, Pension and 21 days holiday plus Statutory days

My client, established over 30 years, specialists in all aspects of water treatment, endeavour to work to the highest standards and specifications to produce structured water treatment and environmental programmes to suit client requirements.

Now due to extra contracts and works, we need A Water Hygiene Engineer, but if you can carry out chemical testing of cooling towers, steam boilers & closed heating/chilled systems, the the salary is negotiable.

Your responsibilities will include:

Water Temperature Testing / Water Sampling
Assist with clean and disinfection of Storage Tanks
Shower-Head descaling
TMV Servicing

To apply you must have or hold:

A minimum of 1/3 years experience in a similar position in the Water industry
Be practically minded and be able to work in a team
Computer literate
Be self-managing and have the ability to work to specific deadlines, as required
Full UK Licence - 6 Pts Max

This position is a fantastic opportunity for the right candidate, with great scope for genuine progression.
If you are interested in this new and exciting opportunity with a growing company then call Ben Gibson on the listed number or ideally email with your current CV
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