AUMA recruiting multiple roles as company set to expand by 50 per cent  

AUMA Actuators Limited, an electrical engineering business which counts some of the UK’s largest water utility companies as customers, is recruiting for a range of new positions that will see the company expand by 50 per cent.

AUMA Actuators Limited is part of the global AUMA Group and manufactures and supplies a wide range of electric actuator and gearbox solutions to the UK’s water utility and energy infrastructure companies. The company is recruiting a number of roles, including electrical service technicians, technical support and service coordinators, apprentice service technicians and internal sales trainees, due to expansion following a number of successful major framework contract wins.

Paul Hopkins is AUMA’s managing director. He says: “This is an exciting time for AUMA in the UK. We have secured a number of long-term frameworks and service level agreements with companies including Anglian Water Services, Thames Water, Yorkshire Water, United Utilities and National Grid Gas.

“This success means we are now looking for a number of new people to join our talented team in a variety of roles to support our expansion. We’re a medium sized business here in the UK, and enjoy the benefits associated with being part of the world’s largest manufacturer of electric valve actuators, operating on every continent, with 2,300 employees in 30 locations. These are great opportunities to join a friendly business that really puts its people first.”




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