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North Wales, UK
Permanent (Full time)
Delivery Agent / Supervisor
Type: Full Time, Fixed Term Contract (12 months)
Hours: 07:30 – 17:00 (45 hours per week)
Salary: Competitive and commensurate depending on experience
Anglian Water supply safe drinking water to million people, but as precious water resources are being squeezed (growing population, lower rainfalls etc.), we’re helping them to take proactive steps, to not only ‘love every drop, every day’, but to ‘save every drop, every day’.
This is where you come in!
We are looking for hardworking and safety minded Supervisors to aid in our leakage drive. As Delivery Agent on our Planned Works and Asset Health (PWAH) team, you will work closely with Engineers, Highways Authorities and Developers to plan, organise and support field resources in the day-to-day operations across several programmes/schemes in the Western Anglian region.
PWAH are the team that helps support leakage and are responsible for fixing any larger leaks that the technicians find, and for identifying plannable repairs. These include main laying schemes, meter replacements and planned repairs to burst mains.
You will liaise with various internal and external stakeholders to monitor progress, maximise day to day organisation and competently plan and control all resources, ensuring all administration meets CDM and temporary works requirements.
Can you do it?
You will need NRSWA Supervisor training, SSST/SMSTS or IOSH training, Temporary Works supervisor training and a CDM awareness qualification.
If you can demonstrate understanding of water quality regulations, have experience of water mains construction and maintain the highest level of health and safety compliance, the answer is most certainly YES, and we would love to hear from you!
As this position is an Alliance based role then you could be employed by either Anglian Water or one of our partners. This will be discussed in more detail within your interview.
Close date: 27/09/2021