about 1 year ago
With a turnover of £169 million, JN Bentley is a rapidly expanding organisation that is a leader in the construction industry. Having joined the Mott MacDonald Bentley group in 1999, we are a part of are a fully-integrated design-and-construct venture.
In 2017, JN Bentley employed it’s 1350th individual and have invested 17,500 working hours, over £1 million, into our employees. We recognise that employees are at the epicentre of our recent success which is why we share a proportion of our profits amongst our people.
Successfully working alongside companies such as; National Grid, Yorkshire Water, Welsh Water, Severn Trent Water, Environment Agency, and the Coal authority has allowed us to progress as a leader in the construction and civil engineering sectors whilst developing and maintaining an excellent reputation with our clients. We pride ourselves on finding innovative solutions to construction problems and applying the latest information technology to help drive efficiencies and reduce waste in our processes without compromising on quality.
Understandably, employee safety is paramount and we consider ourselves leaders in health and safety. Our vision is to achieve zero injuries across all our sites throughout the UK and we strive to achieve this by perpetually updating and improving policies. Implementing numerous safety initiatives reinforces our genuine desire for employees to work safely and give them a clear direction as we work together towards zero injuries.
You will work alongside one of our major clients, Severn Trent Water in the West Midlands region, providing on-site installation and commissioning service relating to mechanical and electrical elements of our high volume projects (eg wastewater treatment plants, pumping stations, chlorine dosing units and M&E refurbishment projects).
Liaising with and overseeing suppliers/subcontractors activities is also a key aspect of the role to ensure we continue to deliver our projects to an extremely high standard.
The ideal candidate will have a comprehensive working knowledge and experience of mechanical and electrical fault-finding and diagnostic working. Have the right qualifications or working to be approved to work on the clients’ electrical equipment and; they will be able to read and understand single line drawings as well as have the ability to understand the impact commissioning has on an existing process.
The role demands a team player who has excellent communication skills, the ability to work independently and a self-starter. You will also need excellent communication skills to be able to understand and deliver our clients’ needs in a vibrant environment. A full driving licence as well as enthusiasm and a positive attitude are required to fit into our company and contribute to its continued success.
Sludge process knowledge is desirable, but not essential.