It is sometimes easy to forget how nice your working environment is and how it can effect your health and wellbeing. We offer such a diverse range of jobs from working in a fast moving office environment to working outside in the fresh air.
Each year we ask our staff to send in their photos from out and about and its amazing what we see. There are lots of animal encounters and some lovely views. In particular this year we have seen hedgehog and Badger rescues and even a slow worm relocation! At our Pitsford site we have also seen our staff up-cycle an old windsock into a hanging basket with flowers to attract pollinators.
It is great to see our staff celebrating the biodiversity of our sites. If you’re interested in a career with Anglian Water then take a look at our careers site for an interesting variety of jobs http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vQ12e
Yesterday we attended a careers fair in Chelmsford run by the Career Transition Partnership. This was specifically for military personnel leaving the armed forces. It was great to see lots of companies attending and an opportunity for military leavers to network and chat with different organisations.
Our workforce includes many Reservists and ex-service men and women and it is important to recognise just how many transferable skills they have. We need to encourage more companies in our region to get involved. If you would like to know more about how you can be involved with supporting the armed forces then please send us a message, we are happy to share.
As one of the largest employers in the region our staff are a major resource. They are each ambassadors for the company and have many opportunities to contribute to the communities we serve.
We support and promote the well being of communities by behaving in a socially responsible manner. Our sustainable contribution brings benefits to customers, employees, investors, business partners and the wider community.
In this section you can learn more about our education programme and see what local community volunteering projects we're currently involved in.
If you're looking to take your career even further, Anglian Water is full of potential and fresh opportunities. Whether you're looking to work on an operational site, out on the road, behind a desk, or in a management position, you can find out more and explore the possibilities for experienced professionals here.
Whether you've finished education or are still busy studying, jump into our student zone to find out more about our graduate, trainee and apprentice opportunities and take the first step to an exciting and rewarding career at Anglian Water.
Supporting mental health and wellbeing is important to us at Anglian Water. A happy and healthy workforce is what makes a good organisation great, but it’s more that that. Our people are our greatest asset and we want them to feel happier for coming to work. At Anglian Water we’re working hard to make that a reality.
We have our own, very successful, in-house Wellbeing programme (under the banner of LIFE), based on the recognised BiTC Workwell model. Through this we’re leading the charge to put mental wellbeing at work firmly on the agenda. We want to see parity between physical and mental health.
Our mantra in Anglian Water is that we believe work should have a positive effect on health and wellbeing. There’s a lot to do, but we’re on the right track. Our LIFE and Wellbeing Programme is growing all the time and gaining momentum all across the business. Finding ways to help our people improve their whole life through coming to work is something we feel quite passionate about.
I have been working at Anglian Water part-time (More than 10 years)
Flexible and understanding to part timers
Friendly and welcoming
Genuinely care about their customers
Not enough car parking for the amount of employees. Unable to get parked sometimes.
Not much room for career progression but that’s more due to the fact people don’t tend to leave.
I applied online. I interviewed at Anglian Water (Huntingdon and Peterborough, England) in March 2015.
Interview based with two occasions to meet, first with line manager and then with a panel of individuals. Required to have a telephone conversation with a key stakeholder based on role.