Our diverse work requires a mixture of skills and expertise to meet the needs of our members and effectively inform policy. We are the hub for a wide range of issues and the focal point for governments and regulators. When we look to recruit to our team we seek enthusiastic and hard working people who want to work within a membership-focused organisation.
As the voice of the energy networks sector ENA acts as a strategic focus and channel of communication for the industry. Our overriding goals are to promote the UK and Ireland energy networks and enable our networks to be the safest, most reliable, most efficient and sustainable in the world. We aim to influence decision-makers on issues that are common to its interests.
ENA is actively engaged with government, regulators and the EU Commission as well as producing a wide range of industry standards. The impact of regulation, the increasing influence of European legislation, the challenge of new technologies and the importance of securing our energy future, all against the background of the 2020 renewable energy targets, are just some issues ENA deals with.
Any queries relating to vacancies or HR should be sent to [email protected].
Here is a list of our current vacancies:
Regulation Policy Executive
Reporting to the Head of Regulatory Policy, you should have previous experience of working in a policy and/or regulatory environment, ideally within regulated utilities, with an appreciation of the relationship between policy, regulation and the commercial aspects of business operations. Ideally you will have a general understanding of energy (electricity & gas) markets, the role of gas and electricity networks within them and the principles that underpin the regulation of the UK’s networks.
For further information, please find the job description here.
Closing date: Friday 31st March
Engineering Programme Manager
The purpose of the Engineering Programme Manager in the ENA Innovation team is to set up, develop, manage, monitor and provide legal governance and EU compliant procurement for the innovation and business as usual project portfolio for ENA and the UK Electricity Network Operators. The management of projects will also include: portfolio governance drafting, development of a full cycle project delivery mechanism, cost management, project progress updates, reporting requirements compliance, organisation of project meetings and the provision of project support. In addition to this projects, manage and support a number of ‘future focused’ national working groups and assist in the delivery of actions and projects emerging from these groups.
For more information, please download the job advert here
Closing date: Friday 7th April