We encourage all applicants to browse the entire Waters careers section to get a high-level overview of who we are, what we do, and what it is like to work at Waters. Our job descriptions list a brief overview of the duties and responsibilities typically associated with the position along with the qualification we have found necessary to be successful in that position.
If what you have read or seen on our site interests you, we encourage you to apply for a position or create a profile. We post new positions frequently and our recruiters are always searching for new team members!
When you submit your resume through the Waters Careers site, your application becomes visible to the hiring manager. If the hiring manager feels that resume matches the requirements of the position posted, you will be contacted by phone or email for a phone interview. It is important that you keep your resume and profile up-to-date with the most recent contact information.
Successful resumes/cv’s tend to have these common characteristics:
The Waters interview process typically starts with a phone interview of about 30-45 minutes, to better understand qualifications posted on your resume and is usually conducted by the hiring manager.
Following a successful phone interview, Waters will ask a select few candidates to spend a portion of their day on-site to meet with individuals within the hiring business unit. These interviews will consist of behavioral as well as situation-based questions. Some positions may require candidates to make a formal presentation (on a specific job related topic) to one or more Waters colleagues during the interview process.
Candidates who are asked to visit Waters for an on-site interview may be asked for three to five professional references.
Decision Making & Notification Process
The interview team jointly reviews all applicants and makes a decision to move a candidate through the hiring process. All candidates will be notified whether they have been selected to proceed or not.
Offers of employment are typically presented to candidate in two stages:
Throughout Waters hiring process, representatives from HR support both candidates and hiring managers to ensure the best possible offer is made to the most qualified individual.