The sector covers our basic everyday needs. Having clean water to wash with, a working oven to cook a meal, street lights when driving at night and a team of people collecting your rubbish.
This is a fast-paced, constantly evolving and rewarding environment. And it needs your skills to keep it powered: within the next ten years, the workforce needs to increase by over 200,000.
Delivering over half of the government’s physical and organisational structures, including transportation, sewage and power supplies, the companies provide us with power, light, heat, fresh drinking water, waste removal, safe sanitation, environmental protection and recycling.
With a huge variety of technical, field and office-based careers, this diverse industry offers opportunity for career progression.
Join us on Wednesday 1 May at 14.15 (GMT) to hear ‘why’ and ‘how’ 34 CEO’s within the UK energy and utilities sector have committed to delivering a sector wide ‘Inclusion Commitment’ and to find out how your organisation can get involved
Talent Source Network was a finalist at the inaugural Network Awards - Partnership Initiative of the Year category. These awards celebrate achievements in the energy & utilities sector. We were pipped to the post in the 'Partnership Initiative of the Year' category and extend our congratulations to Northern Powergrid on winning the award for their Activating Community Engagement (ACE) initiative - an innovative project delivered with Newcastle University and GenGame Ltd.