Our client is a well-established and multi-disciplined company providing a wide range of services to clients. Due to recent business expansion they are now urgently seeking to recruit an experienced Legionella Risk Assessor to cover a variety of contracts in the West Midlands region. Undetaking duties such as compiling schematic drawings and documents, Producing reports and reccomending prices for remedial works, Applications from Birmingham, Wolverhampton, Worcester, and the surrounding areas will be considered.
Qualifications & experience:
Must Hold a City & Guilds or WMS certificate.
Experience within the Legionella/Water Treatment area.
Possess excellent communication skills, both written and verbal.
A good working knowledge of the water industry health & safety legislation.
Proficient with Microsoft office package.
Conduct Legionella Risk Assessments to ACOP L8.
Compile schematic drawings, documents and produce reports.
Provide recommendations and prices for remedial works.
Routine control measures through quotations and work carried out based on the risk assessments.
Build a professional working relationship with clients.
This is a good opportunity to join a company that offer a competitive salary, depending upon experience, company vehicle and many other benefits to the successful candidate.
Future Select are recruiting in the Water Treatment/Hygiene Industry, we work with the best clients and candidates and supply the majority of permanent jobs in the market.
We would be interested in speaking to candidates with experience in any disciplines from Risk Assessors, Service Engineers, Managers (Accounts, Business Development, Operational) through to Director level.
We are inundated with applications, we will endeavour to get back in touch, however if you have applied to Future Select and you have not heard from us after a week, on this occasion, you will not have been successful. Your details will be saved on our system and you will be contacted in the future if a vacancy matches your skills.
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