ST EMpowered Women Working in the Water Industry
Severn Trent Water
PRIORITY WILL BE GIVEN TO MIDLANDS STUDENTS
Think of water and you probably think of us. We`re one of the largest regulated water companies across England and Wales. Severn Trent runs through the heart of the UK, providing essential services from the Bristol Channel: across Gloucester, Worcester, Birmingham to the Humber, and from Wales through Shropshire and Staffordshire to Leicestershire, Nottingham and Derby. Our teams are dedicated to maintaining the flow
of clean water to our customers’ homes and the safe removal of waste water and its return, cleaned, to our Rivers. We’re continually investing in our
people and infrastructure, so everyone can tap into the wonderful water we
provide well into the future.
The day includes:Industry Insight, Apprenticeship opportunities, your long term development journey, guidance and support on applications, selection and assessment.
Are considering your future options and want to be involved in something where:-
- you are out and about dealing with an interesting variety of work?
- your problem solving capability will be put to good use?
- your care for the environment matches the ethos of the company your work for?
- the communities we serve are also the communities we care for?
Then why not join us on this insight day where you will hear more about our culture and environment from
our female apprentices, engineers, technologists and those in operational
roles, including our Business Leadership Programme.
Skills/Experiences You Will Gain:
Understanding how the organisation operates
Career Development Workshop
Understanding more about the sector
Understanding how a business operates
Great For Students Who Are:
Interested in learning industry basics
Willing to learn
Keen to try new things
Below are a number of questions which you will need to answer to apply for this opportunity.
Passion: What cause(s) are you are passionate about? Please also explain why.
Which of your skills would you like to improve?
What would you consider a ‘great day’ at work?