Plumber - Field Officer - 0UHOPrimary Location WA-Perth - North-Balcatta OfficeOrganization Operations PerformancePermanent role – $81,859 (approx. $42ph) Fantastic opportunity to develop new skills Off the tools! ~70/30 office/field split About you Have you recently completed an apprenticeship in plumbing and enjoy educating others on all matters related to plumbing? Enjoy delivering excellent customer service? Have you thought about a life off the tools and using your plumbing knowledge in a different way? Do you want to develop a career in a multi-discipline organisation with a diverse mix of roles, locations and opportunities across Western Australia? If you answered yes to the above questions, we are seeking someone like you, who has a desire to further develop their career with Water Corporation. Ideally you will be a qualified plumber who has well developed communication, computer skills and is eager learn and develop with the ultimate goal of ensuring the drinking water supply and sewer network remain safe. About the role: As a Field Officer you will be part of our Service Protection team. Your primary responsibility is to plan, schedule and perform a variety of field and office-based activities related to backflow prevention and trade waste ensuring our customers understand and comply with the Corporation’s policies and standards. What the role will involve: Plan and undertake field activities and/or inspections associated with backflow prevention and trade waste programs or initiatives. Manage ongoing customer compliance requirements directly related to backflow prevention and trade waste Investigate and report on potential backflow and trade waste matters. Ensure backflow installations comply with corporate policy and standards and ensure all relevant records are accurately maintained. Play a key role in educating the industry on Water Corporation’s backflow and trade waste requirements Provide support and advice to internal and external customers on technical plumbing and legislative aspects of trade waste and backflow prevention management. Key skills and experience: Experience as a qualified plumber with experience directly related to backflow prevention Demonstrated ability to follow documented processes. Have well rounded technical, problem solving and analytical skills (such as interpreting hydraulic/architectural plans, trade waste and backflow prevention risk assessments) Have well developed computer literacy and demonstrated experience in Microsoft Office and a demonstrated ability to quickly learn new software and programs Have a high level of competency with the use of mobile technology for managing and recording information, scheduling and completing work in the field. Have excellent written and communications skills. Have a demonstrated history of excellent customer service Commitment to efficient and effective work planning and scheduling and working in a structured and process-based environment. Apply: Interested? To get started, please send us a copy of your CV and a cover letter highlighting what you’d bring to this role. Applications close Friday 7th May We reserve the right to withdraw this ad prior to the closing date. As part of the recruitment process you will be required to complete Pre-Employment screening which may include a medical, qualification check police clearance and Australian working rights check. Our commitment to a diverse and inclusive workplace: Water Corporation is committed to creating a workforce that reflects the diversity of our customers and our community. How we will achieve this is outlined in our Diversity and Inclusion Strategy and People and Safety Strategy. We acknowledge the different skills, experiences and perspectives that people from diverse backgrounds including, race, ethnicity, disability, age, gender identity and sexual orientation bring to the workplace, will only strengthen our workforce. We are committed to ensuring that our workplace is inclusive, where all our people feel that they belong, are valued, respected and have equal access to opportunities and resources. We encourage applications from our key priority communities – Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, people with disability, women, youth and people from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds. We are committed to ensuring an accessible and inclusive work environment to enable people with disability to participate fully in all aspects of employment wherever possible by offering reasonable adjustments including adjustments in our recruitment, selection and appointment processes.” To learn more about our commitment to diversity and inclusion please visit our website.
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