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The operator contributes to the proper functioning of the installations to guarantee their maximum performance.
The operator ensures the operation and monitoring of industrial water treatment plants while respecting the contracts for which he/she is responsible.
He/she interprets the physico-chemical analyses and operating parameters and regulates the plants accordingly.
With the help of a local operating agent, the operator schedules and performs routine operating tasks regularly from a distance.
With a bachelor’s degree in water treatment or equivalent, he/she is autonomous and has a strong taste for the field.
“You are the first contact in the field, and as such, you will reflect the company’s image.
You will be the first person in the field and will therefore reflect the image of the company. Your missions in monitoring and managing the stations will make you a major player in the environment.”
The operations manager is the contact person for our customers and ensures the smooth running of the stations.
The operations manager proposes improvements to the operation of the stations and carries out simple repairs and replacements of equipment piece by piece.
He/she formulates station operation reports for our clients and writes intervention sheets as well as activity reports.
He/she will participate in the completion of projects and the start-up of new installations.
He/she will have a 2 to 5 year university degree in water treatment or equivalent and will have solid experience in the field.
“You will be the first actor of the company with concrete and autonomous actions. Your autonomy will be highly appreciated in global water treatment plant management situations.”
The Operations Manager will be responsible for ensuring good operating practices within the team.
The Operations Manager manages the agency’s operations team.
He/she will manage all the industrial water treatment plants and will ensure that the plants are running smoothly and are profitable.
The Operations Manager is responsible for monitoring compliance with the company’s safety policy.
He/she participates in the start-up of new installations and, by listening and being assertive, contributes to the company’s objective of maintaining a high level of motivation and well-being of employees in their positions.
He/she has a 3 to 5 year degree in water treatment or equivalent, and has recognised managerial skills as well as successful field experience.
“Your diverse and varied missions will require you to have multiple and specific skills, in the expertise of stations, customer management, management, these missions will make you an expert in water treatment and will require you to be in constant evolution.”
The maintenance worker sets up, checks and corrects electrical systems and equipment at customers’ premises or in the workshop. The maintenance employee diagnoses faults, manages preventive and corrective maintenance of equipment and manages work on existing installations.
With the support of the operations managers and the technical department, he/she participates in the construction of new installations and contributes to the optimisation of the stations.
He/she will be responsible for drawing up intervention sheets and maintenance reports.
With a 2 to 3 year degree or equivalent in industrial maintenance, electrical engineering or industrial mechanics and automation, he/she likes to work in a team and in the field.
“You like the field, you contribute to maintaining our installations in good working order with the aim of guaranteeing the satisfaction of our customers. Within the technical department, you will participate in the improvement and securing of our installations.”
The maintenance manager ensures that the equipment is maintained and that the equipment and installations in the stations function properly. The maintenance manager diagnoses breakdowns, manages preventive and corrective maintenance of equipment and manages work on existing installations.
He/she manages installation sites, participates in the start-up of new installations and carries out station optimisation work.
His/her role is also to carry out supplier consultations, costings and price quotations as well as commercial offers. He/she must write up intervention sheets and maintenance reports.
He/she has a 2-year degree or equivalent in industrial maintenance, electrical engineering or industrial mechanics and automation, and has solid experience in the field.
“You will be a major player in the technical department, your 360° view of the business will be a real asset for our company. You will be able to make proposals to optimise, improve the reliability and safety of our installations in order to obtain the satisfaction of our customers and contribute to the respect of the environment.”
The main task of the technical manager is to coordinate all the technical activities of the company for which he/she works. The technical manager organises, optimises and monitors the maintenance of the installations and is required to manage subcontractors.
He/she follows up with suppliers and monitors maintenance expenditure and participates in the Agency’s on-call duties.
He/she must keep abreast of customer requirements and contract developments in order to best adapt the equipment and solutions provided. He/she must also produce and support technical offers.
He/she will also manage, lead and train a maintenance team.
With a 2 to 5-year degree, he/she has a taste for the field and enjoys managing and leading technical projects.
“Your missions require a broad open-mindedness and a good knowledge of the business. You will be required to manage a team, to ensure the long-term operation of our facilities with the aim of satisfying our customers and protecting our environment. Your expert eye will be a real asset in carrying out your missions and guaranteeing the development of the agency”