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Graduate Engineer (Water Industry)

Fort Recruitment
Woking, Surrey
£24200 - £28600/annum + van/fuel card + full training
Closing date
Feb 10, 2023

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We are seeking a Graduate Engineer to work for a company that operates in the Water Industry predominantly installing & configuring equipment and repairing & maintaining valves on the Water Network in and around your region.
This is a full-time permanent position working for an outstanding Company who will provide full training, a vehicle and the equipment needed for the role.
Graduate Engineer (Water Industry) - Benefits
* A starting salary of £24,200pa (which includes a London weighting)
* Salaries then increase to £28,600pa in 6 month increments during training
* A fully expensed company vehicle including a fuel card
* Full training and certifications are provided as part of the role
* Excellent prospects in a vital Industry
* All necessary tools, uniforms and equipment will be provided
* Mobile Phone
* 40 hours per week, Monday to Friday
* Personal Pension Scheme
Graduate Engineer (Water Industry) - Training in the following areas
* Geographical Information Systems (GIS)
* Automatic control systems
* Wireless communications
* Electronics
* Mechanics
* Hydraulics
* Computing
* Field Surveys
* Data Analysis, Interpretation and Presentation
* Clean water and Wastewater networks & modelling
* Business Operations
Graduate Engineer (Water Industry) - The Candidate
* Full driving licence essential
* A degree in Geography, Environmental, Earth Sciences, Engineering or a field based/data driven subject preferred but other related disciplines will be considered
* Excellent communication skills as you will be dealing with customers or clients
* Strong computer skills
* Ability to work as a team & learn new skills
* Flexibility to accommodate business needs
If you think you have the necessary skills for this Graduate Engineer (Water Industry) role then please apply

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