Engineer - Grid Development & Interconnection (m/f)
And that’s just the beginning of our story. We are now transforming the power system for future generations. Be part of the change.
Our focus is on safety, security and reliability. Our work environment is challenging, fast-moving, collaborative and team-orientated. Our culture is driven by performance, knowledge and continual development. Our people are committed to reducing Ireland’s reliance on fossil fuels and making decarbonisation a reality – while providing a safe and reliable electricity supply in a way that secures the future for those who follow us.
Our future has never looked more exciting. And this is an incredible opportunity to be part of it. The world is ready for change. If you are too, join us.
We’re a client focused engineering business and an engineering background is key in this role. You’ll be an essential team member responsible for project management of large scale infrastructure projects on-time and within budget, respecting established governance and controls, facilitating the connection of new generation, demand and interconnection customers to the transmission system & facilitating the reinforcement of the existing transmission grid to ensure a secure, reliable, sustainable and economic power system into the future.
You’ll also deliver on on-grid infrastructure projects, successfully working with stakeholders to meet customer needs in line with company requirements, provide client engineering technical assurance for all new connections and plant commissioned onto the transmission grid & programme manage all capital works – covering multi-year outage coordination, governance, regulatory and financial reporting, risk and quality assurance.
We’ll also look to you to prepare high quality, concise written and verbal reports for internal and external audiences, work collaboratively with other teams to deliver on EirGrid’s role and strategy & continuously improve the way we work to make it more efficient, effective, transparent and easy to understand for non-technical audiences.
a. €45.000 for a candidate with 2 -4 years’ experience and up to €55.000 if a candidate has 4+ years exp
b. Performance related payment up to 12%, typically 7-8%,
c. Pension scheme with 6% employer contribution.
d. 23 days of annual leave,
2. Working hours
a. 36 hours 25 minutes per week
b. Working hours: 08.30am – 16.45pm
3. Relocation package
Knowledge of the industry, environment and context & experience introducing new concepts, processes and ways of doing things would also be useful.
Most importantly, you’ll need to have the ability to communicate technical concepts to a non-technical audience, experience conceiving and introducing innovative ideas, solutions or new ways of doing things, a demonstrated ability to work as part of a team, while also being able to define and guide own work under minimal supervision & a full, clean drivers licence.