We’re looking for water treatment engineers, covering sites in London and the South East. If you become a water treatment engineer for Guardian, you may find yourself working on some very exciting buildings, iconic landmarks, such as the ‘Cheesegrater’, London’s finest hotels and important premises such as hospitals and schools. We maintain water systems and build them too, working with our clients from construction throughout the whole-life of a building.
You’ll also get to use the latest water treatment technologies, such as our non-chemical solution, Wallenius AOT, which has recently won Sustainable Product of the Year at the 2016 HVR Awards. AOT is a far greener solution than traditional chemical dosing, proven to kill 99.999% of bacteria such as Legionella and Pseudomonas.
Experienced water treatment engineers will be familiar with the dosing and flushing required to keep water systems clean. With AOT, this process can be dramatically cut or removed all together, reducing chemical expenditure, maintenance requirements, wasted water and energy usage. It also means Guardian staff are less exposed to hazardous substances.
So, if you’re looking for new career prospects with a growing company that helps keeps water clean in a wide variety of building’s, using the latest sustainable technologies, then look no further than Guardian. We’re busy, we’re successful and we need driven, enthusiastic, skilled water treatment engineers in the field to help fulfil existing client’s maintenance contracts, help build new water systems and expand our customer-base even further.
If you’re an experienced water treatment engineer with good knowledge of ACoP L8/HSG274 contact Guardian’s recruitment team: email@example.com.