Senior Water Consultant / Trainer

W5 Resourcing Associates
London (West)
From £30,000 to £40,000 per annum
12 Oct 2016
10 Nov 2016
Contract Type
Our client is a dynamic and successful company that provide market leading levels of water treatment, water hygiene and indoor air quality monitoring services. Their clients range from Property Management, Facilities Management and the Building Services sector. Well established in the South East the company are undergoing a rapid expansion plan around the rest of the country and they are now looking to recruit a Senior Consultant Trainer that has an excellent understanding of legionella and other waterborne pathogens Duties: Conducting legionella and other waterborne pathogen focused training to City & Guilds standards for groups of delegates Organisation of and logistical planning of training courses, including managing venues, facilities etc Developing new and existing course materials to ensure they remain relevant and up-to-date Conducting legionella risk assessments to ACOP L8 and HSG274 Compiling and producing CAD schematic drawings Preparing and producing high-quality reports for clients within specified time frames Organising and prioritising works and liaising with team members Liaising with clients and dealing with any issues effectively Assisting in carrying out indoor air quality surveys Carrying out water hygiene audits Input into the departmental improvement, development and expansion strategies as necessary to achieve mutually agreed goals and objectives The successful candidate would ideally have experience of delivering classroom training and be fully conversant with relevant legislation, guidance, British Standards and best working practices. Practical experience in managing, operating, risk assessing and auditing all types of engineer's water systems. Must have first class communication skills and have the ability to manage and audience. Our client is offering a competitive salary along with a generous benefits package to the right candidate This job was originally posted as