Black & Veatch Site Asset Surveyor in Yorkshire, United Kingdom
Site Asset Surveyor
United Kingdom-Yorkshire-North, United Kingdom-Yorkshire-South, United Kingdom-Yorkshire-West
On site survey of clean water and wastewater treatment assets, to allow verification of asset registers. Collection of asset information on digital systems, physical tagging of assets with QR codes.
Principal Duties and Responsibilities:
Undertake non intrusive site survey work
Verify and update asset data records
Work within a team to delivery high quality of work to deadlines
Identify and suggest resolutions to H&S issues identified on site
Key relationships and personnel for whom this person will be responsible:
Internal within survey team
Internal with IMA data section of WS69
External Client – site visits provide direct contact with representatives of Client
Site or operational experience, ideally within water industry or chemical/food engineering environments
Ability to work off own initiative, or as part of a team
H&S focussed for self and others
Education & training: Scientific/engineering
Academic & profess’l qualif’ns: Scientific/engineering
Background & experience: Process or survey in asset intensive industry
Knowledge base: Must have appreciation of assets eg valves, pumps, compressors
Skills: Must be able to operate digital data capture technology
Personal attributes: Must be presentable in attitude to Client
All applicants must be able to complete pre-employment onboarding requirements (if selected) which may include any/all of the following: criminal/civil background check, drug screen, and motor vehicle records search, in compliance with any applicable laws and regulations.
Preferred Job Qualifications:
EUSR hygiene card
Water industry or other relevant
Knowledge of WTW and/or WwTW
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