Career Grade Drainage Engineer

Swindon, Wiltshire
£19,092 to £40,680 p.a
18 Mar 2019
07 Apr 2019
Job role
Contract Type
Full time

Career Grade Drainage Engineer Ref: 004078

Salary from £19,092 to £40,680 p.a

37 hours per week 


Fast-track your Career at Swindon Borough Council

Swindon is a vibrant and dynamic town with big plans for growth.  We are ranked in the top 10 most highly innovative areas in the UK and are seeking to reflect this level of innovation in the way we deliver Council services.  

Working in the asset management team, you’ll support the work of the Lead Local Flood Authority (LLFA) and Highways Authority.  You’ll help to maintain and improve existing drainage infrastructure; manage flood risk and ensure that proposed new developments comply with flood risk legislation and best practice.  

Applications are invited from candidates with a wide variety of qualifications and experience to join us at any point within the career grade structure.  The successful candidate will demonstrate they have an aptitude for engineering and the motivation to develop their existing skills until they are able to perform the full range of the duties required for this important role.  In return we can offer on the job and academic training tailored to your needs; a great working environment; a competitive starting salary and guaranteed salary progression when you achieve each milestone on the career grade structure.  

Applicants must be fluent in the English language (as a requirement of Part 7 of the Immigration Act – for the effective performance of a customer-facing role).

For an informal discussion about this post, please contact Kevin Walker, Senior Assets Engineer on 01793 466264.  

If required, a start date may be agreed to co-incide with the end of the academic year.

If you cannot access the role profile please email quoting the reference number and we will email it to you. You can also contact us if you are experiencing technical issues submitting your application.

Closing date:  7 April 2019

Interview date: 15-18 April 2019