Water Field Technician

Full Time
Job Sector:
Engineering / Technical
Swindon / Wiltshire
Salary description:
Start Date:
BUUK Infrastructure
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Do you want to join the leading independent provider of utility networks?

BUUK Infrastructure know that the greatest asset is our staff, and we are a company that our people feel proud to be a part of. The passion and commitment shown by every member of our team allows us to succeed in our mission statement - "To deliver consistently high-quality service to customers to earn their long-term loyalty to BUUK."

As a Water Field Technician, you will be playing a huge part in achieving the above statement. You will be providing a valuable service to our customers, and we will ensure that we provide you with the tools, training and development to provide a high quality of customer service at all times, as well as helping you to establish your career.

Ideally based in the Swindon area covering sites within 2 hours drive, you will be provided with a company vehicle to undertake routine maintenance and inspections during the construction phase and post construction phase. You will use your excellent problem-solving skills to deal with any issues that may arise, while utilising your friendly and confident communication style to deal with any customer queries and liaise with your colleagues.

Other responsibilities include:

* Undertake basic asset management tasks, such as; meter exchanges, customer queries and crossed meters

* Respond to incidents, and in situations were trained, isolate problems. In such instances report and make safe were practicable

* Ensure that the quality and integrity of the network is maintained as part of a structured audit strategy

* Effectively manage work schedule, calls, administration and inventory ensuring you optimise your time and delivery against the metrics set within the business

* When on customer site through diagnostics or observation ensure compliance to relevant legislation surrounding the activity

* Engage with site stakeholders where possible during both planned and unplanned incidents

* Provide monthly report on pre-defined targets/focus areas

* Engage with site stakeholders where possible during both planned and unplanned incidents

* Ensure that all assets comply with technical and regulatory standards

We like to encourage openness and honesty, a can-do attitude, flexible thinking and working, as change in business and life are constant. You will be responsible for managing your work schedule, calls, administration and inventory ensuring you optimise your time effectively. We will provide you with training on our policies and procedures as we are proud of our accreditations, and we will expect you to take these on board and work to similar high standards.

The successful candidate will (desirable) have previous experience in a similar role within the Utilities industry and have any necessary qualifications/accreditations. A full, clean driving license is essential.

What can we offer you?

Along with a fantastic working environment, we offer a competitive starting salary, commercial vehicle, pension scheme and life assurance. You will have the flexibility to work from office, home or site depending on the specific project to be managed. We offer 25 days holiday plus bank holidays, a corporate perk scheme, and an active social calendar with events taking place throughout the year.

To apply please apply online. For further details or to discuss the role in confidence, please contact the resourcing team - details can be found on our website

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