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Our work within the Water sector

Programme Delivery | MEICA | Automation & Commissioning | MEICA Asset Commissioning | Control Systems | Commercial | Purchasing | R&D | Process & Commissioning | Test & Validation

Water specialists are adapting to keep pace with the new roles being developed within the sector. As technology advances and projects within the industry develop, their skills in automation, research and implementation will be key to driving successes. These are innovative collaborators with a strong interest in leading projects. They are typically very technically minded, working across a range of different projects from clean water and wastewater treatment to sewage treatment, leaning on new technologies in a bustling market space.

With a genuine passion for the sector, our experienced consultants engage and attract highly qualified and skilled candidates to enhance your project. We have clients who have been working with us since AMP 4, from programme infrastructure and delivery all the way to end client handover.

There are no other recruitment consultancies in the sector that have been through a full project life cycle like our team. We understand your needs, from project inception to its completion and handover, the resourcing requirements and what the frameworks and regulations look like. From government and environmental bodies, to water boards and systems integrations suppliers we know how you operate. We are also proud to partner with the main provider within the framework.

We provide a tailored, niche recruitment process, using our own specialised tools and databases, that is led by consultants who are recognised experts in your sector. Focusing on asset management, project managers, MEICA engineers and managers, process design and commissioning, all the way through to plant technicians; we can help you to find the right people, whether for a permanent or interim hire.

Our team truly understand where a project starts and where it ends. We know that our clients will be working to tight deadlines, across both green and brownfield plant designs, to improve sites to comply with OFWAT and local government requirements, as well as organising site handover and management, and are here to support each step of the hiring solution for your process. Through our understanding and our track record in the water sector, we develop long term, successful partnerships with our clients.

Our unrivalled industry expertise makes us your recruitment partner of choice. Here’s why our clients engage our water division.

  • They want a knowledgeable agency who is immersed in and truly understands the market
  • They are seeking to fill roles with niche requirements
  • They don’t want to sort through several candidate C.V.s only to be presented with talent that doesn’t hit the brief
  • They need to make a key hire but don’t have the time to manage an extensive search
  • They are unsure about whether an interim or permanent position will best fill the gap in their team
  • They need an efficient process to work around their business
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Our value lies in how we can apply your expertise to help grow our client’s business as well as your career.

We understand the impact that a placement in the engineering sector can have, so we fully scrutinise every brief to provide an effective placement.

Our reason for this is simple, because our candidates and clients deserve nothing less.

Contact our office on 0118 907 7580 or info@murraymcintosh.com.

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