Irish Water offers a wide and exciting range of challenges in an environment where talented, passionate people are encouraged to live our values of collaboration, safety, customer service, performance and integrity.
Irish Water provides excellent opportunities for further training, development and has a positive working environment which I feel is a foundation for success.
I started in Irish Water after finishing up in college - taking ownership and responsibility for your work is really encouraged and every day really does bring new exciting challenges.
It’s very motivating to join a company early in its growth process and I thoroughly enjoy working in such a collaborative atmosphere.
Health, Safety, Quality and Environment (HSQE).
Sustainable water services, essential for our health, our communities, the economy and the environment.
Irish Water took over responsibility for public water and wastewater services from the Local Authorities with effect from 1st January 2014.
We are committed to the continuous development of our employees and we demonstrate this by encouraging our employees to develop and build on their professional abilities and we support appropriate learning and development initiatives. In addition to a competitive financial reward, our employees can enjoy career development, employee assistance programme, Cycle to work scheme and more.
We recognise that an inclusive and diverse workforce is an essential part of the development of our organisation's culture. We are an equal opportunities employer and we recruit from different backgrounds and cultures, which we believe will enhance both our working environment and the service we provide to our customers. We are an Engineers Ireland CPD Accredited Company.
Our current vacancies:
The Control Centre Officer will be responsible for monitoring the live activities on the Telemetry network as well as supporting the daily operations of the Operational Control Centre function at central and regional level in the monitoring of alarms, data analysis, telemetry configuration and reporting.Apply Now
The Water & Wastewater Compliance Monitor Liaison Analyst will be responsible for supporting the provision of quality sampling processes for Water & Wastewater Services in a given Region in line with both statutory and operational requirements.Apply Now
The Wastewater Non-Infrastructure (Above Ground) SLA Lead will be responsible for the oversight of operations and maintenance and coordination of service delivery and event response for wastewater and associated sludge management.Apply Now
The Environmental Governance and Coordination Analyst is responsible for the supporting to the governance structures for environmental regulation in Irish Water, and coordinating and administering environmental regulation tasks, in particular where these relate to reporting to the Environmental Regulator.Apply Now