Assistant Metering Technician - Water

23 Jun 2022
21 Jul 2022
Contract Type
Full Time
Assistant Metering Technician - Water


GBP11.00 per hour + Benefits

Do you like to have fun while you work and experience a variety of environments?

We have an exciting opportunity within our Flowmetering Business Unit, for an Assistant Technician. You'll have a 'go-getter' approach to your work and aren't afraid to work with waste water.

Full training, all tools and phone will be provided.

What's involved?

Your standard day will involve assisting the technicians in their day-to-day projects. You will assist with fault finding, rectifying faults, testing, installation works, obtaining a safe working environment when working on excavations, chambers or meter replacements.

To be successful you'll need:

* UK driving license

* Willingness to work shift patterns and night shifts as required by the role.

* NRSWA (Operator) and CSCS qualified (preferably)

* EUSR Card (preferably)

* Basic IT skills

* Ability to work well in a team

Why choose Z-Tech?

With a highly skilled and motivated workforce, we deliver Electrical, Control and Instrumentation (EC&I) Services to our customers in the Water, Power and Rail industries. We take a dynamic approach to our work and solving our customer's problems. We value enthusiasm and positivity, offering an inclusive work environment that embraces people's individuality and strengths. We don't waste time trying to change you, we harness your strengths and put them to work.

As well as a competitive salary, we provide 33 days holiday (including 8 days bank holiday) and a wider benefits scheme that includes Profit Share, GBP1000 Refer a Friend and Bike2Work.

We run plenty of social events including Z-Fest, events, charity runs and BBQs. We also recognise exceptional Z-Techers with our annual employee awards - find out more on our social media pages.

What's next?

Please click Apply.

If you think you might be a good fit, we'd love to hear from you. We welcome applications from women, who are currently under-represented in the industry

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