Whether you’re interested in a change of career or you’d like a more challenging role, you can be sure you’ll find Welsh Water a unique place to work.
What has Wales got to offer?
The fantastic coastline of the Pembrokeshire coast, the awe-inspiring mountains of Snowdonia, the splendour of the Brecon Beacons – which boasts some of the most spectacular and diverse landscapes in Europe…
On top of that there’s Wales’ capital city – Cardiff – where many of our offices are based. Exciting and vibrant, Cardiff constantly delights, attracting thousands of visitors every year: there’s shopping to satisfy all tastes, a plethora of first-class restaurants and pubs, a rich and varied nightlife… plus, Europe's largest waterfront development, Cardiff Bay, with a host of leisure activities.
Yet these are just the tip of the iceberg. Wales is alive with history and culture and has so many more delights for you to discover. Yes, Wales is a unique place to work and an incredible place to call home.
Why Work for Us?
We genuinely care about our people. Indeed, our people underpin everything we do. Our employees come from a variety of different backgrounds, and are some of the most skilled and respected in the industry. We can offer you a diversity of exciting careers and opportunities, in a stimulating environment, with rewards and benefits that rival many within the industry.
When you work for Welsh Water and you’ll be joining a company full of passionate individuals, who take pride in their work and the business. In fact, we would go so far as to say that we have a unique culture – where people are committed to delivering excellent service, and where quality really counts.
In return our dedicated team are supported, encouraged, nurtured, and rewarded: we offer a range of benefits, maternity and paternity leave, employee bonus and much more.
So if you’re talented. If you’re passionate. If you’re individual. There's no company in the industry quite like Welsh Water to help you flourish.
What Makes Us Special
Not many utility companies can say that they are unique. But Welsh Water can. Unlike other water companies, we have no shareholders to influence the way the company is run. We’re owned by Glas Cymru – a not-for-profit company. This means any profits that we make are re-invested back into the business for the benefit of our customers and employees.
As such we have a distinct company structure – we’re governed by members, who have no financial interest in the business.
What’s more, we are the sixth-largest water and sewage company in England and Wales – servicing 1.4 million homes and businesses across Wales and some adjoining parts of England, with around 3,000 employees.
In essence, ours is a company based on trust, openness, respect, commitment and honesty. A company that our employees are proud to work for.