Thames Water is looking for employees to fill more than 300 vacancies in a recruitment drive that has spanned August.
The UK’s largest water firm says it needs workers to fill roles ranging from field technicians to lab scientists.
It is also seeking employees to fill a number of high profile jobs at its Clearwater Court head office in Reading.
Thames Water says the town is at the centre of its commitment to deliver essential services to 15 million customers across London and the Thames Valley.
“We’re on the lookout for talented people in the Reading area who are interested in helping us achieve our goal of becoming the best water company in the country,” said Thames Water HR director Janet Burr.
“Please take a look at the huge range of opportunities available and I’m sure you will be surprised. But if you can’t find a job that would be best suited to your skills, please send us your CV and let us look for you.”
Reading East MP Rob Wilson backs the recruitment drive.
“It is clear from its latest campaign that Thames Water is serious about helping local people into a new career with the company and is offering job seekers the chance to apply for a large number and great variety of roles,” he said.