Water Design Engineer
Role: Water Design Engineer
Salary: Up to £47k depending on skills and experience
Carrington West are delighted to be working on some exciting new opportunities with our client, who are one of the largest Utility providers within the UK. They are on the framework for a number of water suppliers around the country. They now have the opportunity for a Water Design Engineers to join them and oversee the design, construction and delivery of a range of capital solutions and other network improvement schemes.
- You will be working on schemes that fall within the planned work programme including main laying schemes, meter replacements, planned reactive large diameter and complex burst mains. As a Design Engineer you will be responsible for each scheme, from design through to delivery where you will track solution delivery, ensure time and budget is met and that high standards of safety, water quality and sustainability are maintained.
- In this role you will use your extensive knowledge of network engineering design, commercial awareness to conduct all site-based investigations and promote the maximum design solutions for a portfolio of schemes. Communication with Network Partners and internal stakeholders will be key so opportunities can be maximised.
What you'll need:
- Experience in water supply and network operations.
- NRSWA supervisor trained and SMSTS qualified.
- Experience in contract management and site supervision.
- Significant experience working on water engineering or similar engineering design projects, with a proven ability to understand the infrastructure from a strategic, tactical, and operational perspective.
These positions are likely to be popular and the client is keen to move forward quickly regarding interviews for the right candidates so please apply asap with an updated CV if you feel you are suitable, or call Rich at Carrington West on 02393 876023 for further information.
Due to high volumes of applications, candidates applying without the specified and required skillset may not receive a direct response.