Apprentice Site Operator
An excellent opportunity to kick start your career within the Water Industry.
We provide services to almost everyone in the UK including important utilities like water, gas and electricity to your home. We design, manage and maintain the infrastructure that matters to all our customers.
We believe that by Putting People First, service, efficiency and quality will follow simply because people feel valued and will want to stay and do well.
It is our ambition to create an environment, where our teams feel supported to perform to the best of their abilities. We work hard to be an active and responsible member of the communities we serve and we extend these initiatives to our employees, including:
Charitable Donations and Sponsorship
The Duke of Edinburgh Gold Business Award Program is open to all Amey Apprentices
Employee Assistant Programme offers you free confidential advice and support
Local Mental Health First Aiders
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We understand that everyone is unique, and one size does not fit all, that’s why we have a benefits package that seeks to meet everyone’s needs and lifestyle. Our choices programme allows you to opt for a selection of lifestyle benefits, where you can save money through our discounted rates such as: gym membership, giving to charity and any more.
What will this role involve?
We are looking to offer an excellent opportunity to kick start your career within the Water Industry.
You will complete the Water Process Technician (CABWI Level 3) diploma through a combined learning approach, gaining hands on practical experience, classroom training and undertake additional training specific to the role and the client (Severn Trent) network.
You will have the opportunity to work with an experienced operational team and assist them in carrying out routine maintenance of the sewer network. The role will be based on-site and within an office environment, you may be required to work some weekends.
What are we looking for?
Willingness to travel, driving license is required
Candidates must be available to start in November
An understanding and commitment to health, safety, quality and environmental aspects and the ability to follow procedures
Organisational skills and time management skills to coordinate both the practical work and study elements of the programme
Good communication skills. You will need to apply this internally and externally working within the community and dealing with the public whilst on-site
A desire to actively participate in team responsibilities and provide positive input
A proactive, responsible and can-do attitude is a must
What makes this role unique?
The Apprentice scheme offers enhanced skills development, on-the-job continuous learning, support towards further academic qualifications, participation in the Duke of Edinburgh Business Scheme (Gold Award), and an opportunity to be part of the wider Amey Apprentice community.
If you are successfully shortlisted and invited to the next stage, you will be asked to attend a face to face interview.
Our interviews will be taking place at the end of September with a view to begin the Apprenticeship mid-October.
To avoid disappointment, we suggest applying soon in case we close the role early.
Best of luck with your application!