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Thames Water are the UK's largest water and wastewater company, taking care of water for 15 million people with 2,600 million litres of water and 2,800 million litres of sewage a day from 67,000 miles of sewers, 2,530 pumping stations, 350 waste and 150 water treatment works.

Recruitment

We are proud to be a Disability Confident Employer. We’re focused on attracting talented people who reflect the diverse communities we serve, in roles across the business, that make sure our customers can always turn on the tap and get access to top-quality drinking water.

Supporting ex-veterans

We are also proud to be part of the Armed Forces Covenant Employer Recognition Scheme supporting and employing a number of reservists, service leavers, veterans and their partners. Working at Thames Water Meet Danny Green. Danny works in Operations as a Performance Manager based at one of our Sewage Treatment Works and is also one of our DisAbility Champions. He joined Thames Water over five years ago following a career in the Forces. Danny is also a Blesma Member and ran the London Marathon for Blesma in 2019!

Supporting Blesma

Each year our DisAbility Champions network organise a range of education and awareness raising events,and commit to raising money for a chosen charity.. For 2019 our chosen charity for our DisAbility network is Blesma. We officially announced our corporate partnership at our annual DisAbility conference in December 2018, to celebrate International Day of Persons with Disabilities. For 2019 we have a range of initiatives to further raise awareness and funds for this great charity including the Thames Path charity which Danny, Frankie and Vic will be participating in, and we hope to see you there.

Black Mountain Challenge – March 2019

After being inspired by Blesma’s input at our Disability Conference in December, the Business Change and Readiness Team took on the Black Mountain Challenge raising £1,149! Here’s a photo of them at the top of the mountain. “We made it! What an incredible experience, there were some tough climbs at the beginning, but it was a glorious day. I can’t recommend doing something like this enough, if you are able to. Such great team spirit and wonderful bonding time. And we raised £1,149 for Blesma! Couldn’t be prouder of the team, they absolutely smashed it! Gemma

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Black Mountain Challenge