Mechanical Engineer - Water Treatment

Mechanical Engineer - Water Treatment

Job Title: Mechanical Engineer - Water Treatment
Contract Type: Contract
Location: Reading, Berkshire
Salary: £12.00 - £15.00 per annum
Start Date: 1/6/2016
Reference: BBBH9293
Contact Name: Tom Mlinar
Contact Email:
Job Published: May 23, 2016 17:44

Job Description

Mechanical Technician - Water Treatment


12 Month Contract

£12 - 15 per hour

We are currently seeking a number of Mechanical Technicians to work for a contractor working on the Thames Water framework, the successful candidate will be responsible for Mechanical and some Electrical Maintenance on Sewage Treatment Sites and Pumping stations. To apply for this position you will need to be qualified to a minimum of an NVQ Level 3 in Mechanical Engineering or a similar field and hold a valid CSCS and Water Hygiene Card.

The successful Mechanical Technician will be responsible for providing Mechanical Engineering Services to Water Authority Customers, ensure that all works are carried out in a safe and professional manner and that all safe systems of work and health & safety requirements are adhered to, responsible for ensuring all documentation required is completed by engineer and the customer, ensure that project requirements are understood before beginning works, responsible for arriving on time to workshop and customer sites, responsible for informing Project Management Team of any issues or variance to contract and finally be responsible for making sure that all tools and equipment needed for the works are ready before starting a job.

To apply for this position please send a copy of your cv to or call Tom Mlinar on 02392 222961.

Astute Technical Recruitment Limited are acting as an employment agency in relation to this vacancy. We do not discriminate on the grounds of age, race, gender, disability, creed or sexual orientation and comply with all relevant UK legislation. We encourage applications from individuals from all backgrounds but candidates must be able to demonstrate their ability to work in the UK.