Our commitment to the Armed Forces Covenant
Scottish Water is committed to the inclusion of employees who are members of the Armed Forces community and recognises the valuable contribution that regular and reservist personnel, veterans and military families make to the community and in the workplace. Scottish Water has a positive approach to the recruitment of ex-service men and women, Reservists and the families of those who continue to serve. We recognise the special circumstances of the spouse, partner and family of members of the armed forces and will take the military commitments into account when reviewing requests for leave or a change of location. Our Family Carer and Special Leave Policy and Agile Working approach will be fully utilised to support the needs of family members of the armed forces. Scottish Water will support employees who are members of, or wish to join, the Reserved Forces and recognises the benefits to the individual personally and in their employment. Scottish Water will continue to meet the commitments given as part of the Armed Forces Covenant.
Water is essential to life and to the communities in which we live and work across every corner of Scotland. At Scottish Water we’re focused on delivering the highest quality drinking water ever in Scotland and returning waste water safely to the environment every day of the year.
We’re proud of the fact that our customers are now receiving better service, continual improvements while the average charge is more than £50/year lower than the rest of UK.
Scottish Water has come a long way since we were formed in 2002. Today we are a high performing business in Scotland employing thousands of people, from scientists, field operatives, maintenance staff to customer service professionals and engineers.
It’s our ambition to be Scotland’s most valued and trusted business as we work to put our customers at the heart of everything we do. Every year we are investing about £500 million pounds to improve the quality of life across all of Scotland.