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Changing the face of fluid path technology since 1956

Join a world leader and make an impact


We have been changing the face of fluid path technology since 1956.

Are you ready to build your future with us?

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To keep Watson-Marlow Fluid Technology Solutions (WMFTS) a world leader in fluid path technology, you need all kinds of people with all kinds of skills. We’re a global business with factories and offices all over the world.

At WMFTS you face different challenges every single day. You are empowered to dream bigger and work smarter. You have time to live your life outside of your job.

Our business is built by engineers, sales teams, marketers, administrators, designers, assemblers, chemists, web developers, accountants, analysts, programmers and many more.



Our diversity and inclusion commitments

everyone's included


We recognise that diversity of gender, age, culture, experience and expertise serve to enhance our ability to operate effectively and ethically. 

We are committed to the principle of equal opportunity in employment and ensure that all applicants and employees receive equal treatment during their recruitment, transfer, promotion, training and assessment of salary and benefits, irrespective of an individual’s sex, race, gender, disability, sexual orientation, age, religion or beliefs, pregnancy or maternity, marriage or civil partnership status.

Everyone is Included | Spirax Group

Early Careers

Early careers

Your future starts here

We take our commitment to Early Careers seriously. 

As a global organisation we are proud to be able to offer a Global Graduate Programme as well as multiple other Early Career entry points into our business. 

If you are early in your career, this is a great place to start!


Early careers with Spirax-Sarco Engineering

How can you get involved?

  1. STEM Careers

    Supporting early careers in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Maths)

  2. INWED

    Learn more about how we celebrate international women in engineering