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Looking for a new role that celebrates teamwork not men’s work?

Look no further than Saur Services Glasgow

At Saur, we’re proud of the work we do to keep water supplies clean and safe. Our teams of men and women work hard across the business to ensure that our operations run smoothly all the time. And we are looking for more talented individuals.

The work we do here is essential and sometimes physical, but it’s not just ‘for the boys’. Whatever the perceived impression of water and waste treatment, we can tell you that it’s not a traditional industry of work that only attracts male workers. In fact, our Glasgow team is diverse and welcoming of everyone regardless of gender or ethnicity, with the chance to work across the business in many areas, with access to training and plenty of support to succeed.

The women we already employ are essential to our teams and our success – and we’d love to recruit more. If you’re interested in contributing to clean water supplies in an environmentally sustainable way, learning new skills and developing a career in an industry that is always going to be at the forefront of essential services, why not visit our website and apply for one of our latest positions?

SANDRA GILROY – LABORATORY TECHNICIAN

Primary duties include analysing all samples taken from the plant, using our standard methods for process control purposes, to demonstrate environmental compliance over a seven days performance (including weekends).

MOIRA TIERNEY – ELECTRICIAN

Moria is responsible for the skilled execution of planned & corrective electrical maintenance activities, ensuring the reliability and robust performance of numerous and varied items of plant and equipment across the site. Fault finding and root cause failure identification, a proactive approach to defect correction, reporting with a sound ability for swift breakdown resolution in emergency process situations and of course safe working and teamwork with other departments are all called for in this role.

ANGELE TEJEIRO – PROCESS ENGINEER

This role is about ensuring permanent compliance at WwTW Dalmuir, making sure plant performance is reliable, at a high standard and permanently improving. As a Process Engineer, Angele is the daily interface with the operation and the maintenance managers, making sure all planned activity does not impact on compliance. Together with the CMMS manager, the Process Manager defines, fine tunes and adjusts the compliance’s critical tasks.

KAREN THOMPSON – OFFICE MANAGER & HSEQ SUPERVISOR

Karen is responsible for ensuring we meet and maintain our safety and environmental standards. Having achieved ISO accreditations for safety, quality and environment, Karen is the critical person driving our continuous compliance.

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