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Various positions available across the region with IWJS Ltd

PUBLISHED: 14:24 16 March 2017 | UPDATED: 14:24 16 March 2017

A member of staff working for IWJS. Photo supplied by IWJS.

A member of staff working for IWJS. Photo supplied by IWJS.


Industrial Water Jetting Systems Ltd (IWJS) are currently looking to fill a range of vacancies across the region.

The company has been providing waste management and industrial cleaning services across the UK continuously since 1977.

Current vacancies include Operations Scheduling Manager positions, HGV Class 1 and 2 Operatives, Assistant Operatives and Administrators, all of which are needed in Norfolk, Suffolk and Colchester.

A spokesperson for IWJS said: “Imagine working on complex high risk landmark projects like the Thames Tideway Tunnel, HS2, Olympics, Channel tunnel or Crossrail. Imagine being challenged to develop your skills and experience, growing with the IWJS Ltd through a varied and exciting career. Imagine working for clients who are themselves world leaders in their chosen markets.

“Ask anyone in IWJS and our training company IWTS, we employ some of the industry’s best people and task our managers with inspiring and developing the next generation of employees. Excelling is hard work – it means continually asking ourselves whether we can do even better. But that’s how we do things in IWJS.”

If you think this sounds like the right career path for you, visit to find out more.

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