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Posted Date:  18-Jan-2023
Posting End Date:  01 - Feb - 2023
Location:  West Midlands
Company:  Severn Trent Water
Department:  Network Control
Salary (£):  £32,643.63 - £39,226.87

EVA Project Coordinator







Want to do the best work of your life? Playing your part in making a big difference to the environment and communities we serve. Our people make Severn Trent a truly exciting and inclusive place to work – a place where you can be yourself and let your skills shine.



Our purpose is taking care of life’s essentials, but we’re also big on making a difference, not just because we should but because we care.



Which is why we are excited to announce a new opportunity to join our team as an EVA Project Coordinator. You’ll be responsible for facilitating and coordinating planned EVA activities with CCS, Water Networks, Network Control and Water Treatment with the consideration to water availability and links/dependencies between other projects.




You’ll also highlight and report risks/issues whilst ensuring that actions are being taken to put in place steps for mitigation.




So, do you have experience of cross-functional working and delivering presentations to various audiences with strong stakeholder engagement/management experience at all levels of the organisation?




Well, if you do please read on…







The key accountabilities of this role will include:



  • You’ll capture the planned EVA objective – CCS and Maintenance activities and identify what work is required and where, producing a timeline of the activities and communicating to the wider business.



  • Collaborate with CCS, Water Networks, Network Control and Water Treatment, attending/organizing monthly workshops to track progress, ensuring that dependencies/enabling activities stay on track and flag the risk of targets not being delivered on time and monitoring progression of these.



  •  Create a monthly stakeholders comms pack showing programme performance, risk and capturing next steps, while developing new reports providing insight to stakeholders and senior management.



  •  Coordinate of intervention management Go/No Go and Daily intervention Calls, reporting progress against the timeline and tracking flows/storage against projections.



  • Work with stakeholders exploring and progressing options to increase the duration of EVA shutdown, through the planning and implementation of interventions or producing CIR documents to secure investment for network / asset improvements.



  • Production of trend-based analysis reports; and reporting of continuous improvement plans for each function and giving detailed updates on project needs.



  • Build effective collaborative working relationships with all stakeholders spending time with each team to gain a holistic view of the project requirements, benefits and risks.







Of course, it’s important that we attract the right skill sets, and those with the right experience but we value character, positivity and a caring attitude in equal weight.



Apart from being a great fit for the team you’ll ideally have strong communication skills, report writing and presentation skills with the ability to prompt timely decision making by senior leaders and colleagues which may involve tough choices or considered risks.



You’ll also have excellent planning and organisational skills with the ability to prioritise workloads to deliver company priorities, while being proactive, looking ahead to anticipate problem and develop plans to overcome potential obstacles.



As travel is required you will also have to hold full driving licence.



And when it comes to inclusion, we’re making sure we keep up the progress with our wonderful working groups – LGBTQ+, Women in Operations & STEM, Disability and Ethnicity, who help us do just that.



We do more, because we care.







It’s not just a job you’ll get here, you’ll get a career too. We have a range of benefits that reward and recognise great work and award-winning training to ensure you reach your potential. And we’ll also help you play your part in looking after the environment and the community in which we live.  Here’s some of our favourites:



  • Salary paying £32,643.63 - £39,226.87, plus car allowance



  • 28 days holiday + bank holidays (and the ability to buy/ sell up to 5 days per year)



  • Annual bonus scheme (of up to £2,250 per annum based on company performance)



  • Leading pension scheme – we will double your contribution (up to 15% when you contribute 7.5%)



  • Sharesave – the chance to buy Severn Trent Plc shares at a discounted rate



  • Dedicated training and development with our ‘Academy’



  • Electric vehicle scheme and retail offers



  • Family friendly policies



  • Two volunteering days per year







Apply now to build an amazing career and be part of a brilliant team. We can’t wait to hear from you.



To find out more about working with us, search #LifeatSevernTrent on social media.