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Waterlogic careers

Work for a company that recognises your contribution

Waterlogic has strived to create a working culture over the past 30 years that gives our employees a platform to be themselves, grow as people and excel in their role. Acknowledging the contribution each individual makes to the success of the business, no matter how big or small, is something we take great pride in.

Celebrating our shining stars

The Waterlogic STARS Awards are a global employee reward and recognition programme that celebrates the efforts, achievements and approach to work. It is designed to give employees in any role the opportunity to be acknowledged by their colleagues for their contribution at a global level. 

Watch the video to see what Waterlogic employees think of the STARS programme.

Rewarding effort, talent and achievement

The objective of the STARS Award is to build a reward culture that recognises effort, talent and achievement across all employee job functions, departments and countries. 

Employees are encouraged to nominate their colleagues based on examples of excellent attitude and productivity within their roles such as:

  • Striving for excellence in all you do
  • Going the ‘extra mile’ to get the job done
  • Making an outstanding contribution to a project
  • Providing exceptional customer service
  • Demonstrating fantastic team working and collaboration
  • Displaying a consistent positive attitude that creates a good environment
  • Finding ways to resolve a challenging situation

STARS helps boost workplace morale by creating a positive working atmosphere, motivating performance and productivity, and strengthening bonds between colleagues and teams.

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Customer service man

<br>Here’s one of our ‘shining stars’

UK Service Technician Ieuan received a special ‘Super Star’ award for going above and beyond the call of duty when travelling between maintenance jobs. Whilst driving, he was flagged down by two girls at the side of the road after two motorbikes had been involved in a crash and three people were seriously hurt.

Ieuan used his sat-nav to give directions to the emergency operator and spoke to a nurse who instructed him on how to help the casualties. Ieuan got a blanket and belt to stop the bleeding of one casualty, checked the breathing of another, and used a Stanley knife from his van to cut a bag from a lady who was struggling to breathe. At one point she stopped breathing altogether, so he prepared to give her CPR before the ambulance arrived.

The final act of bravery was to lift the motorbike from under one of the victims to help her breathe, with the help of another bystander. All those involved were airlifted to hospital and made a good recovery.

Reflecting on the incident and the award, Ieuan said:

“It was really nice to be recognised. I couldn’t sit back and not help; it was something I felt I had to do. I didn’t want any thanks as it was human nature, but I really appreciated winning.”

Why Waterlogic is the right choice

"It’s completely democratic…anyone can nominate anybody for a STARS award."

Mark Taylor
Group Chief Commercial Officer