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Water Treatment Equipment Installation and Service Engineer

VAC-46527
£30,000 - £40,000
Our Client is a well-established specialist consultancy for the treatment of water for steam boilers, closed systems and cooling towers. Offering water treatment services to UK and overseas organisations, the client has become one of the leading companies in the field of water treatment. They are dedicated to supporting the industry in the quest for controlled, safe and cost effective water usage.

They are now seeking a Water Treatment Equipment Installation and Service Engineer to join their team based in London.

The successful candidate must be experienced in installing and servicing water softeners, filters, RO plant and chemicals dosage and control equipment.

We are looking for a new addition to our support services department in the north of England. The role will include carrying out water softener servicing, installation, commissioning, maintenance and support duties in line with company procedures. You will also assist in training engineers in equipment until they are competent and carry out Legionella control duties for customers throughout the region in accordance with best practice and legislation. You will deal with customer queries and ensure works are progressed to agreed expectations. You will also need to complete site log books to agreed specifications, and carry out cleaning and chlorination duties for customers throughout the UK.

Part of the job will involve carrying out routine field-testing duties for customers throughout the UK, and communicating any relevant findings to the appropriate consultants/coordinators/managers. You will be expected to complete routine admin promptly and in a timely manner.

The work requires completion of photo reports to a high standard and on time and to carry out pre-work risk assessments, ensuring that high standards are maintained and all paperwork is correct. You will be responsible for maintaining and keeping in good order all equipment provided to you. It is expected you will be presentable and work in a professional manner at all times and attend all courses, seminars and training sessions as deemed necessary

Our client is offering a competitive salary to the right candidate


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