Careers

We are always looking for dynamic individuals at Celtic Anglian Water and regularly have vacancies available at our Head Office in Santry and across a number of our operating sites throughout Ireland.

We are always looking for dynamic individuals at Celtic Anglian Water (CAW) and regularly have vacancies available at our Head Office in Santry and across a number of our operating sites throughout Ireland.

We offer a great working environment, a very competitive reward package, plus comprehensive training and development to help you reach your full potential. Please see below a full list of our current available vacancies. To apply for any of our available roles, please send your CV and a cover letter to vacancies@caw.ie. Likewise, if you would like to be included within our database, please send your CV to vacancies@caw.ie whereby we will contact you should a suitable vacancy arise.

Current Opportunities

Process Scientist - Greater Belfast Area
Belfast, Northern Ireland
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Competitive salary, Employer funded pension contributions – matched, performance based bonus, 23 days leave plus Bank Holidays, financial support for professional development.  Site based opportunity – Belfast, Northern Ireland

Site based role in the greater Belfast area.

Background

CAW is one of the largest Infrastructure Operators in the Water industry and our mission is to reliably supply wholesome and clean drinking water from the customer’s tap, treat wastewater to the highest EU standards to safeguard public health, and to protect our environment. Established in 1998 and a subsidiary company of the UK’s Anglian Water Group who have in excess of 8,000 workers across the UK and Ireland, CAW employs over 100 people at the Dublin Headquarters and at treatment plants in Belfast, Dublin, Waterford and Sligo. Innovation, efficiency, and reliability underpin all of our business activities, to effectively and efficiently utilise our resources.

We are looking to expand our team!

As part of a planned growth strategy, CAW have been contracted by Northern Ireland Water, to manage, operate and maintain the Kinnegar WwTP in Belfast which will also simultaneously include delivery of a significant capital upgrade.

CAW have an exciting role they wish to fill for a Wastewater Process Scientist. The Process Scientist will have a working knowledge of wastewater treatment process engineering and chemistry, process optimisation and data analysis. CAW has developed a “Lean Manufacturing” approach to delivering its services and knowledge of continuous improvement techniques would be of benefit.

  • This role would suit a candidate with good communication and people skills.
  • The role will also require a high level of proficiency in report writing, presenting of data using Microsoft Excel or similar data analytics software.
  • Knowledge and experience of laboratory techniques is a requirement.
  • A postgraduate qualification in a relevant Environmental Science, Microbiology or Chemical, Engineering field is required.
  • Relevant industry experience would be preferable but is not essential and the role may suit a recent graduate.
  • The appointment is on a full-time permanent basis in Belfast. A full driving licence is required.
  • Full training and educational support will be provided to allow the candidate grow and develop in the role.

To apply for this position send your CV and covering letter by email to vacancies@caw.ie.

This is an exciting opportunity for a talented science or engineering professional to join a high performing team that value and supports ongoing professional development, to be part of the mission to improve the environment of Belfast Lough. A detailed job description is available upon request from vacancies@caw.ie

We look forward to hearing from you.

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Mechanical Maintenance Technician - Greater Belfast Area
Belfast, Northern Ireland
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VACANCY: MECHANICAL MAINTENANCE TECHNICIAN

LOCATION: GREATER BELFAST AREA 

CAW are currently recruiting for the position of Mechanical Maintenance Technician for the greater Belfast area.

Key Responsibilities:

  • Working as part of a Mechanical Maintenance Team including the supervision of sub-contractors for maintenance, repairs and installations.
  • Carry out preventative maintenance work on plant.
  • Maintain Engineering area in terms of good house keeping.
  • Contribute on identification, quantification, implementation and presentation of equipment continuous improvement projects.
  • Making sure maintenance tasks are completed in accordance with site policies and procedures.
  • Troubleshoot equipment related process problems and equipment failures to determine cause and to investigate repairs.
  • Ensure effective completion and ongoing review of planned equipment maintenance routines on Asset Management Register.
  • Ensure all executed maintenance activities are recorded on Asset Management Register.
  • Support Engineering and Operations personnel on continuous improvements and monitor equipment in order to recommend process improvements
  • Minimise downtime on equipment, through fast response, effective root cause analysis and good problem solving techniques
  • Effective analysis and elimination of recurring equipment problems.

Skills required:

  • Maintenance Fitter Craft Certificate or equivalent.
  • Good communication skills, teamwork abilities and initiative.
  • Proven ability to work well as part of a team & on own with minimum supervision.
  • Must be self-motivated and have the ability to work in a team and/or on own initiative.
  • Strong technical capability with attention to detail.
  • Expertise and knowledge of a WWTP would be an advantage.
  • T. Literate.
  • Familiarity with site H&S Processes/Procedures and working within a Permit to Work Regime and Confined Spaces etc.

To apply for this position, please send your CV and Cover letter to vacancies@caw.ie

 

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Plant Manager - Kinnegar WwTW
Belfast, Northern Ireland
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Plant Manager – Wastewater Treatment Plant (WwTP)

Competitive salary, Pension, performance based bonus, 23 days leave plus BHs, financial support for professional development. 

Site based opportunity – greater Belfast area

Background

CAW is a leading Provider of Operation and Maintenance Services for Water and Wastewater Treatment Infrastructure with a mission to reliably supply wholesome and clean drinking water from the customer’s tap, treat wastewater to the highest EU standards to safeguard public health, and to protect our environment  Established in 1998 and a subsidiary company of the UK’s Anglian Water Group who have in excess of 8,000 workers across the UK and Ireland, CAW employees over 100 people at the Dublin Headquarters and various locations in Belfast, Dublin, Waterford and Sligo. Innovation, efficiency, and reliability underpin all of our business activities, to effectively and efficiently utilise our resources.

We are looking to expand our team!

As part of a planned growth strategy, CAW has been contracted by NI Water to manage the Operation and Maintenance of the Kinnegar WWTW as part of a Living With Water Project which will simultaneously  include a major upgrade of the existing Treatment  Works.

We are looking for a seasoned Plant Manager with a minimum of 5 years’ experience in the management of large commercial or public infrastructure with a preference for experience in wastewater treatment. The position will be site-based in Belfast managing a team of technicians.

This is an exciting opportunity for a talented science or engineering professional to join a high performing team that values and supports ongoing professional development, to be part of the mission to improve the environment of Belfast Lough.

A detailed job description is available upon request from vacancies@caw.ie

We look forward to hearing from you.

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Senior Contracts Manager - Belfast or Dublin based
Belfast, Northern Ireland
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Competitive salary, access to a Defined Contribution pension scheme with employer pension contributions plus associated benefits of death in service and serious illness/injury income protection – Performance related bonus, 23 days annual leave, financial support for professional development. 

Permanent position

Flexible working arrangement – Dublin or Belfast

Background

Regarded as one of Ireland’s largest water service providers, our mission is to reliably supply wholesome and clean drinking water at the customer’s tap, treat wastewater to the highest EU standards to safeguard public health, and protect our environment. Innovation, efficiency, and reliability underpin all of our business activities but so also does our awareness of the need to recover and reuse resources.

CAW have been engaged by Northern Ireland Water, on the IF106 Framework for the Early Contractor Engagement (ECI) and Construction Delivery phases on two large interconnected wastewater pumping and treatment facilities in the Belfast area.

We are looking to grow our team!

As part of a planned growth strategy, CAW will deliver a significant capital upgrade on two large interconnected wastewater pumping and treatment facilities in the Belfast area for NI Water. We are looking for a Senior Contracts Manager with experience of leading a multi-disciplinary team in a similar role, ideally with experience of large public infrastructure projects.  The position will require a minimum attendance of 2 days per week in Belfast.

As a Senior Contracts Manager, you will be responsible for ensuring CAW meet their contractual obligations under this NEC form of contract. The role will support an integrated delivery team in providing robust Commercial and Contract Management practices. The role will support the collaborative and pro-active approach of Contract Management to enable efficient project delivery from ECI stage through to Construction Delivery.

This is an exciting opportunity for a talented science or engineering professional to join a dynamic team that values and supports ongoing professional development and to deliver on the mission to protect the water quality and habitat of Belfast Lough.

We look forward to hearing from you.

To apply for this position please send a copy of your CV to vacancies@caw.ie, by email.

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Maintenance Fitter
Ringsend WWTW
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CAW are currently recruiting for the position of Maintenance Fitter at Ringsend WWTP. Ringsend is the largest municipal wastewater treatment plant in Ireland and one of the largest in Europe treating for a population equivalent of 1.9 million people.

Key Responsibilities:

  • Working as part of a Mechanical Team and supervising contractors for maintenance, repairs and installations
  • Carry out preventative maintenance work on plant
  • Maintain Engineering area in terms of good house keeping
  • Contribute on identification, quantification, implementation and presentation of equipment continuous improvement projects
  • Making sure maintenance tasks are completed in accordance with site policies and procedures
  • Troubleshoot equipment related process problems and equipment failures to determine cause and to investigate repairs.
  • Ensure effective completion and ongoing review of planned equipment maintenance routines on MAXIMO (site CMMS)
  • Ensure all executed maintenance activities are recorded on MAXIMO (site CMMS)
  • Support Engineering and Production personnel on continuous improvements and monitor equipment in order to recommend process improvements
  • Minimise downtime on equipment, through fast response, effective root cause analysis and good problem solving techniques
  • Effective analysis and elimination of recurring equipment problems.

Skills required:

  • Maintenance Fitter Craft Certificate or equivalent.
  • Good communication skills, teamwork abilities and initiative.
  • Proven ability to work well as part of a team & on own with minimum supervision
  • Must be self-motivated and have the ability to work in a team and/or on own initiative;
  • Strong technical capability with attention to detail;
  • Expertise and knowledge of a WWTP would be an advantage

To apply for this position please send a copy of your CV to vacancies@caw.ie, by email.

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Assistant Maintenance Engineer
Ringsend WWTW
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Celtic Anglian Water are currently recruiting ffor the position of an Assistant Maintenance Engineer to join our maintenance team.

The individual will be reporting to the maintenance engineer and will be assisting the maintenance engineer in delivering all aspects of maintenance management onsite. Duties include, but are not limited to, assist to plan and schedule work orders using the computerised maintenance management software, assist in condition reporting, assist on occasion in fault finding issues, ensure correct and timely processing of work orders, create job plans, and maintain accurate and detailed reports and records of work completed and material used on-site by both internal employees and subcontracted services at Ringsend WWTP. This is an exciting role for the right candidate who is very organized with attention to detail, has a desire to absorb a has ambition to develop their career in a fast paced environment and is capable of working on their own initiative.

Good communication, people skills and teamwork are essential, the role will also require report writing and data analysis for improvement of team efficiency.

An honours degree in mechanical or electrical engineering is required and experience in computerised maintenance management software (CMMS) is desired.

Ringsend is the largest municipal wastewater treatment plant in Ireland and one of the largest in Europe treating for a population equivalent of 1.9 million people, incorporating the wastewater works, sludge treatment facility and a combined heat and power plant and currently undergoing significant upgrade.

Key Responsibilities: 

  • Plan future maintenance work to reduce potential delays and maximise maintenance workforce productivity.
  • Develop job plans based upon work request and field inspection of the work site when work plan does not exist for equipment whilst also considering resource availability.
  • Assist in the development and execution of condition surveys.
  • Identify and co-ordinate necessary resources, with sufficient lead time prior to the start of the work to ensure those resources can be scheduled for efficient execution of work. Resources may include:
    • Work scope and job instructions,
    • technical information,
    • parts and materials,
    • special tools and equipment,
    • special permitting,
    • minimum skill levels and quantity of human resources required,
    • production operating conditions
    • Drawings and sketches of various equipment, frames and structures for fabrication or repair
  • Ensure the communication of handover of plant and equipment back to operation
  • Estimate man-hours required by skill and work duration
  • Communicate with Stores Manager and reserve critical parts and materials required and follow up orders of the parts used
  • Reserve required outside services such as contracted routine maintenance contractors, calibration of safety and operation critical plant and equipment, calibration of maintenance tools, insurance inspections, training certifications etc
  • Organise and follow up the off-site repair of equipment by third party contractors/suppliers
  • Maintain a close contact with mechanical, electrical and CHP maintenance teams and follow up daily progress of PMs and CMs
  • Provide a weekly list of approved and planned maintenance work to be executed the following week
  • Prepare monthly PM and CM reports
  • Review equipment history on approved corrective work orders. Identify situations with repeat failures. Identify problem situations for resolution
  • Close planned work orders. Review actual work effort required, work duration, and parts and materials used. Review comments provided by those involved in work. Revise work plans as needed to improve effectiveness of future work.
  • Prepare risk assessments,
  • Create and keep a log of task specific risk assessments and issue them with the job plans where applicable, ensure risk assessments are briefed to the team regularly. Ensure CAW safety standards are maintained whilst maintenance works is being executed by monitoring works onsite,
  • Scope work for third party contractors, communicate and manage the work, review RAMS, issue permits and perform site inspections and prepare progress reports
  • Keep track of maintenance KPIs, and report to management.
  • Keep site Safety File up to date by entering routine calibrations, certifications and inspections
  • Assist and follow up closure of near misses items that require maintenance input.
  • Follow up and organise insurance inspections

Skills required:

  • Honours Degree in Mechanical or Electrical Engineering discipline
  • Effective oral/written communication skills
  • Demonstrate strong analytical skills
  • Proficiency in Microsoft Office products including MS Project
  • Strong organizational skills and ability to define tasks with minimal supervision
  • Ability to protect confidential and sensitive information
  • Demonstrate detailed understanding of H&S statutory requirements, responsibilities and obligations

Skills desired:

  • Experience in a CMMS software such as Maximo, PEMAC
  • Experience in maintenance supervisory role

To apply for this position please send a copy of your CV to vacancies@caw.ie, by email.

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CHP (Combined Heat & Power Plant) Technician
Ringsend WWTW
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Celtic Anglian Water is currently recruiting for the position of Combined Heat and Power Plant Technician Ringsend WWTP. Ringsend is the largest municipal wastewater treatment plant in Ireland and one of the largest in Europe treating for a population equivalent of 1.9 million people.

Ringsend WWTP combined heat and power plant consists of 4 nos 1000kW natural and bio gas engines and generators, 2 nos steam generators, a biogas plant, 3 nos boilers and a reverse osmosis plant.

Key Responsibilities:

  • Monitor system performance and take daily readings of the above plant
  • Carry out preventative and corrective maintenance work on plant
  • Maintain Engineering area in terms of good house keeping
  • Contribute on identification, quantification, implementation and presentation of equipment continuous improvement projects
  • Making sure maintenance tasks are completed in accordance with site policies and procedures and equipment operation and maintenance manuals
  • Troubleshoot equipment related process problems and equipment failures to determine cause and to investigate repairs.
  • Ensure effective completion and ongoing review of planned equipment maintenance routines on MAXIMO (site CMMS)
  • Ensure all executed maintenance activities are recorded on MAXIMO (site CMMS)
  • Support Engineering and Operations personnel on continuous improvements and monitor equipment in order to recommend process improvements
  • Minimise downtime on equipment, through fast response, effective root cause analysis and good problem solving techniques
  • Effective analysis and elimination of recurring equipment problems.
  • Take part in after hours on-call roster for CHP with one other CHP technician
  • Contribute to a pleasant and positive team work atmosphere
  • The responsibilities contain information to describe and evaluate the job and should not be construed as a detailed description of all work performed.

Skills required:

  • The candidate must have a strong reciprocating engine background with the ability to display a high level of skill and understanding regarding internal combustion engines, generator sets, turbo chargers, intercoolers, ideally natural gas engines, but will consider applicants that have experience with diesel standby or other engine technologies (e.g. compression engines).
  • Knowledge of maintenance of natural and bio gas boilers
  • Must be available to work over-time and occasionally travel on weekends. Good communication skills, teamwork abilities and initiative.
  • Proven ability to work well as part of a team & on own with minimum supervision
  • Must be self-motivated and have the ability to work in a team and/or on own initiative;
  • Strong technical capability with attention to detail
  • Willing to attend training to improve technical skills
  • Minimum three years’ experience in this or related industry
  • Formal training in reference to engines, complex mechanical & electrical systems.
  • Ability to read and understand technical drawings
  • Preferable a person with some practical training / education (e.g. apprentice program, etc.) Technical Degree or Certification
  • Electrical knowledge and ATEX qualification would be a distinct advantage

To apply for this position please send a copy of your CV to vacancies@caw.ie, by email.

 

 

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Maintenance Electrician - Ringsend WWTW
Ringsend WWTW
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Celtic Anglian Water are currently recruiting for the position of Maintenance Electrician at Ringsend WWTP. Ringsend is the largest municipal wastewater treatment plant in Ireland and one of the largest in Europe treating for a population equivalent of 1.9 million people.

Key Responsibilities: 

  • To execute maintenance activities on electrical equipment including instrumentation, PLC’s, Variable Speed Drives ensuring safe, reliable plant.
  • Making sure maintenance tasks are completed in accordance with site policies and procedures.
  • Ensure effective completion and ongoing review of planned equipment maintenance routines on MAXIMO maintenance system.
  • Ensure all executed maintenance activities are recorded by the maintenance team on the MAXIMO maintenance system
  • Minimise downtime on equipment, through fast response, effective root cause analysis and good problem solving techniques
  • Effective analysis and elimination of recurring equipment problems.
  • Monitoring and record the use and of spare parts
  • Be active in Identification, quantification, implementation and presentation of equipment continuous improvement projects.

Skills required:

  • Time served Electrician with QQI Level 6 Advanced Certificate Craft – Electrical or equivalent.
  • High-level diagnostic and problem solving skills in an industrial environment.
  • Knowledge of mechanical and electrical process plant and associated maintenance activities with the wastewater industry.
  • 5 years’ experience in an industrial environment
  • Knowledge of Allen Bradley PLC’s, Ethernet, ControlNet, DeviceNet & Profibus communications protocols.
  • Knowledge of ABB Variable Speed Drives.
  • Knowledge and understanding of ATEX zoned areas
  • Familiar with SCADA process control systems for process and fault diagnosis.
  • Understand and be highly proficient in information systems, e.g. Email, Microsoft Office, etc.
  • Demonstrate detailed understanding of H&S statutory requirements, responsibilities and obligations.

To apply for this position please send a copy of your CV to vacancies@caw.ie, by email.

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