Yorkshire Water looks for best STEM talent in Bradford
Yorkshire Water will be attending the upcoming Bradford Science Festival as it looks to seek out the best talent in the city.
The firm will be located in the “STEM City” area in City Park on Sunday 22nd July where staff will demonstrate some water treatment processes and engage with attendees, telling them their Yorkshire Water story and about the many career opportunities there are available.
Yorkshire Water STEM Ambassador Volunteer Co-ordinator, Anne Newton said: “There are a wide huge variety of exciting roles at Yorkshire Water which require knowledge of Science, Technology, Engineering & Mathematics.
“Engineering roles involve team work, require creativity to solve problems and have a positive effect on the environment. We would love to inspire the next generation and speak to people who think they could make a difference.”
Taking place at the National Science and Media Museum, Bradford’s City Park and The Broadway Shopping Centre, the festival offers adults, children and families the opportunity to engage with science through fun events, challenges and demonstrations.
Vicky Clifton, the Museum’s Head of Participation and Learning said: “We’re looking forward to an even bigger and better Bradford Science Festival this year, so we’re delighted Yorkshire Water will be joining us to give an insight into how science and engineering is at the heart of the work they do around the region.”