Why Work For Us
Operating across the UK, 365 days a year 24/7, our workforce of over 4,500 delivers essential utility services to the communities in which we operate. Our People are pivotal in keeping our client’s customers connected, households and businesses warm, taps flowing and the lights on, therefore we are committed to being a Responsible Employer.
Working with our partners, Morrison Utility Services is committed to attracting, developing and retaining engaged, customer-focused and technically competent individuals in the Utilities sector. We are passionate about developing Our People by providing challenging and exciting opportunities within inclusive and diverse environments.
We approach everything we do with a sense of responsibility. We recognise that through sustainable business practices we can meet our commitments to our clients, our people and the communities we work in while respecting and protecting the environment. Our corporate responsibility strategy puts our people at its heart. Here are some examples of how we turned responsibility into action in the last year:
Morrison Utility Services embraces inclusion and diversity as a key factor in the future success of its business. Our ability to harness diversity across our operations based on the experiences, abilities, insights and qualities of all our people significantly enhances our capabilities. We work hard to bring opportunities to all and believe that our workforce should be representative of the communities in which we operate. We value and respect differences, ensuring that through well communicated and effective strategies we create environments which enable our people to flourish and grow as individuals in their chosen fields. At Morrison Utility Services:
We are working within our business, the wider sector, supply chain and with our clients to create opportunities for all.
Join us and be the difference, every day!
We provide CV writing and interview support to people who need help applying.
Click here to view the Morrison Utility Services Gender Pay Gap Report 2018