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Careers and culture

Around 50 people work for Energy Networks Association. Our workforce has a huge range of skills and professional experience, from second-jobbers up to established industry experts.

Energy Networks Association office
Francesco Russo

If you are talented and interested in the energy industry, you should consider ENA for your next career move.

The right candidate will be offered opportunities to increase their area of responsibility, develop the role and make a significant contribution to ENA and our membership.

Powerful perks

We offer competitive salaries, a minimum of 28 days’ annual leave as well as life insurance, employee assistance programme, discounted gym membership, and an annual Bupa premier medical assessment together with benefits such as a generous employer pension contribution and salary sacrifice pension scheme, season ticket loan, bike purchase loan, complimentary tea, coffee and fresh fruit and a day off on your birthday.

We also offer free bike and motorbike parking, showers & locker facilities. All of this in a modern office in the prestigious More London development on the doorstep of London Bridge station with its excellent transport links. The office is situated on the River Thames and within walking distance of Borough Market and vibrant Bermondsey.

Current vacancies


The Data Lead role will work with Members and across all ENA Departments to progress the digitalisation of the UK Energy Networks. This will include setting up, developing, managing, and monitoring an ENA-wide data and digitalisation strategy as well as a range of Energy Networks initiatives. 

More information can be found in the job details.


The closing date for applications is Friday 25 June 2021


This purpose of this role is to facilitate industry working groups of experienced power systems engineering professionals assigned to monitor and resolve power systems issues arising related to all types of electrical network equipment and assets utilised on the UK Transmission and Distribution Networks. The role also exists to provide a facilitating link between the industry working groups and delivery of Transmission and Distribution industry technical standards and specifications relating to industry best practices and technical requirements required to comply with UK H&S legislation. 

More information can found in the job details.


The closing date for applications is Friday 18 June 2021.