Sayvol, established in 1989, are a traditional water treatment company who have expanded over the years into environmental and building services to meet the demands of both existing and new clients.
In 2002 Sayvol Environmental & Building Services Limited was created to dedicate an experienced team to these ever-growing needs. We have an office in Kettering near Northampton and Canary Wharf in London, which ensures we can provide National cover.
Sayvol recognises that their success is based on a working partnership and this is reflected in our commitment to all of our customers – if you feel you or your client could benefit then please contact us.
Our mission is to serve you
We’re always striving to deliver compliance excellence through professional water treatment/hygiene programs, aligned with your values.
Careers at Sayvol
Sayvol Environmental & Building Services Ltd are a highly respected, successful and rapidly expanding company.
We are constantly looking to recruit exceptional experienced, innovative professionals who can benefit the company and contribute to our continued growth.
We need good quality people to build on the existing strong foundations that we have in place.
We’re looking for dynamic professionals and if you have strong and well tested office and field skills in the following areas:
• 1 x Account Manager – South, South East and London
• 1 x Remedial Engineer – South, South East and London
• 2 x Service/Hygiene Engineers – Working in London and surrounding areas
• 1 x Disinfection Lead Engineer – Working in London and surrounding areas
Sayvol is fully committed to equality, diversity and inclusion in our organisation. Therefore, it’s important to us that this is reflected in the diversity of the people who work for us and we welcome applications from people from all backgrounds and identities
If you are looking for a new challenge and are interested in working for Sayvol Environmental & Building Services Ltd and have skills that would benefit us, then please send a CV, contact details and availability to: