Water Hygiene Engineer

Posted 13 May by Penguin Recruitment Ltd
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**Water Treatment Engineer - Catford**

**Salary Range:** £27,000 - £31,000 per annum + benefits

Join a reputable Water Treatment company in South London as a Water Treatment Engineer and become part of a skilled team of engineers and plumbers dedicated to maintaining the highest standards in water management.

If you're looking for career development and progression, this opportunity is for you!

The ideal candidate will have experience in water treatment or related fields, strong technical skills, attention to detail, problem-solving abilities, and the ability to work both collaboratively and independently.

Key Requirements:

Minimum 1 year of experience in an LCA accredited Water Hygiene consultancy
NVQ Level 2 in Plumbing and proficient knowledge of ACOP L8
Collaborative work approach
Knowledgeable in domestic systems
Experience in closed system testing
Flexibility to travel within the South London area

Conducting L8 Monitoring
Performing closed system analytical testing
Undertaking remedial plumbing duties
Removing dead legs
Installing and inspecting tanks
Employee Benefits:

Salary: £27,000 - £31,000 with overtime opportunities
30 days holiday
Company vehicle with fuel card
Comprehensive training and clear career progression plans
How to Apply:
Contact Noel at or send your CV to to apply for this Water Treatment Engineer role!

Commutable Locations: Sutton, Bromley, Banstead, Sydenham, Streatham, Catford, Brixton

Similar Job Titles: Water treatment engineer, water treatment technician, water hygiene engineer, legionella risk assessor, remedial plumber, plumber

Required skills

  • water hygiene | water treatment| water hygiene engineer

Reference: 52647302

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