It is no coincidence that when it comes to filling permanent vacancies, UK employers have consistently voted engineering and technical in the top three most challenging functions.
The Eastern Area of the Institute of Water want to change that perception, get people to proudly embrace the engineering in their work and start that discussion on what it means to be an engineer.
We want to hear your experience of what it is like to be an engineer, in any format, including but not limited to a video, a photo or a series of photos or a poster. What is your day like in the life of an engineer?
The intended audience is of your choice so it can be for primary school ages, young water professionals, peers etc. Just make sure you include your intended audience in your application.
Can I Enter?
• Submit an entry showing us what a day in the life of an engineer looks like for you
• Am I an Engineer? Engineering is the branch of science and technology concerned with the design, building, and use of engines, machines, and structures. If you consider yourself an engineer (whether that’s as a technician, an apprentice or in any branch of science), then that is good enough for us!
• You do not have to be based in the Eastern Area
• You do have to be a member of the Institute of Water
• Submission deadline 5pm 13/06/22
How to apply
Send your name, job title, intended audience and an attachment of your entry in your desired format to Grace Wilson at GWilson3@anglianwater.co.uk.
The winner of this competition will obtain the coveted 2022 Water Engineering Award and a complementary ticket to the WCE Awards Celebratory Dinner including meal and drinks on 14th July 2022 at the beautiful Guildhall in London (travel costs / accommodation to be covered by winner).
The winner will be announced at the YWP Pint of Water event on 16th July 2022 as well as being contacted by email. Winning entries will be displayed on social media. Please note, to enter this competition you are allowing the Institute of Water to publish your material on social media.
This event is sponsored by Worshipful Company of Engineers, a modern livery company of senior, leading engineers from industry and academia representing the full diversity of today’s engineering; a fellowship which aims to enhance the future engineering wellbeing of the nation.