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Posted Date:  23-Jan-2023
Posting End Date:  06-Feb - 2023
Location:  West Midlands
Company:  Severn Trent Services
Department:  Water Hygiene
Salary (£):  £28,000 - £32,000

Water Hygiene Supervisor




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.  


So, do you have a background in Water Hygiene? Are you an excellent line manager?




This role sits within Severn Trent Services, the commercial arm of the FTSE 100 company Severn Trent Plc. Severn Trent Services are a national company, providing UK businesses with tried and tested water services that reduce water and wastewater costs, improve efficiency, and manage risk and compliance.

We are currently looking for a Regional Supervisor to lead a team of around 8 people. You will be responsible for ensuring the delivery of all service contracts within your area, guaranteeing they are delivered in accordance with the client’s agreed terms, schedules, budgets and processes.

This role will be classed as a Home-Based role, covering the Central region of England, with travel across the region as necessary.


Some of your key accountabilities will be: 


  • Day to day management of workforce including: Resource management (Labour, Plant, Materials).
  • General Supervision Duties (holidays, timesheets, appraisals, disciplinary investigation etc).
  • Delivery of SHES, Statutory and quality, contractual compliance.
  • Ensure PPM schedules, (documentation requirements are not exhaustive) are completed and are accurate in accordance with customer requirements and compliance standards.
  • Instruct and oversee that all routing and reactive works are completed correctly and purpose written feedback data is produced in a timely and concise manner
  • Participate in site safety audits, against a schedule and implement the corrective action.
  • Ensure correct usage, transport and storage of Chemicals.
  • Ensure technicians and engineers costs and working times are captured correctly and allocated in line with contract to ensure accurate and timely invoicing and credit controls.
  • KPI analysis / monthly reporting.
  • Support Account manager / Central function on the production / presentation of monthly reports to customers / stakeholders (or at other frequencies)
  • Work with the wider operations team to meet desired Productivity / Utilisation / Efficiency.
  • Training / coaching & Development of team
  • Day-to-day sub-contractor management for region of responsibility
  • Provision and compilation of data and information for customer valuation / invoice.




To be successful in this role, you will need to be experienced in water hygiene with working knowledge of the respective legislation and guidance material (ACoP L8,HTM: 0401, Water Regulations, BS 8580).


Full UK driving licence is vital – this will be a start from home role with responsibility for the central region.


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.  


We want people who show up and roll their sleeves up. Restless spirits who are ready to be part of something bigger, who care, who really care... because when you really care, you’ll go above and beyond. When you really care you don’t just talk about it, you do more.  


We welcome people from all walks of life and celebrate individuality as we know diverse minds, experiences and backgrounds help us to learn and better serve our communities. We employ thousands of people from across our community who really care about what they do. Because that is how we do what we do.  


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 of up to £32,000 dependent on experience.
  • Fantastic bonus scheme of up to 15% of your base salary, (dependent on company performance)
  • 25 days holiday + bank holidays (and the ability to buy/ sell up to 5 days per year)  
  • 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.