Chemicals & Water Engineering Recruitment

Supporting engineers to find work in chemicals and water treatment

The chemicals industry plays an important role in manufacturing, as huge volumes of water are used in the treatment of chemicals. With the right processes in place for water treatment, manufacturers benefit from safer environments, lower costs and increased efficiencies.

This is one of the reasons Metalis is committed to a greener, more sustainable future for all. We work closely with chemicals and water treatment suppliers to find the best engineering talent for their needs. Want to know more about the roles we’re recruiting for?

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