SGN operates over 74,000km of gas mains and services in Scotland and the south of England. Whoever your supplier is, we have a responsibility to deliver gas safely, reliably and efficiently to every one of our 5.9 million customers.
Further job opportunities for SGN Natural Gas Limited can be located here.
Land and Servitude Officer, Glasgow(closing 20 December)
NC02 Team Leader/Mainlayer, Coatbridge(closing 15 December)
Network Assistant, Horley(closing 12 January)
Project Engineer (Major Projects), Ashford(closing 5 January)
Reinstatement Operative (Asphalt), Coatbridge(closing 15 December)
Reinstatement Team Leader (Asphalt) , Coatbridge(closing 15 December)
SHE Manager (Environmental Lead), Scotland and southern England(closing 7 January)
Location: GlasgowSalary: £30,200 to £37,900 (dependent on skills and experience) Closing date: Wednesday 20 December 2017Reference: 17291EXT
An opportunity has arisen for the post of Land and Servitude Officer based in Glasgow and covering the whole of Scotland, reporting to the Property Legal Manager.
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Location: Coatbridge, ScotlandSalary: £26,645 Closing date: Friday 15 December 2017 Reference: 17298EXT
There is an opportunity within our Coatbridge depot for an enthusiastic, motivated and hardworking Gas Team Leader/Mainlayer (NC02) to work on our Mains Replacement programme.
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Location: Coatbridge, ScotlandSalary: £21,250 Closing date: Friday 15 December 2017 Reference: 17297EXT
We are recruiting for Reinstatement Operative (Asphalt) who will be based out of our Coatbridge Depot, reporting to the Reinstatement Team Manager. The successful applicant will be part of a small team undertaking blacktop reinstatement, supporting our colleagues carrying out gas mains repair and replacement work.
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Location: Coatbridge, ScotlandSalary: £26,645Closing date: Friday 15 December 2017 Reference: 17296EXT
We are recruiting 2 Reinstatement Team Leaders (Asphalt) who will be based out of our Coatbridge depot, reporting to the Reinstatement Team Manager. The successful applicants will be part of a small team undertaking blacktop reinstatement supporting colleagues carrying out gas mains repair and replacement work.
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Location: Ashford, KentSalary: £30,200 - £37,900 (dependent on skills and experience) Closing date: Friday 5 January 2018 Reference: 17299EXT
We are looking for a Project Engineer to join our Major Projects (South) team. You will be based in our office in Ashford. This is an exciting opportunity as we look to develop the next generation of Project Engineer to support the delivery of our major projects across South and South East England.
This key role is to provide support to the Project Manager (Major Projects) in the design, procurement, implementation and installation of a range of high pressure gas transmission pipeline and pressure reduction station construction and upgrade projects.
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Location: 1 x southern England based and 1 x Scotland based Salary: £30,200 - £45,600 (dependent on skills and experience) Closing date: Sunday 7 January 2018Reference: 17294EXT
Two excellent opportunities have arisen for the posts of Environment Manager (1 Southern and 1 Scotland). These roles sit within the Safety, Health and Environment (SHE) Team and report to the Group Head of Safety and Environment. The SHE team provides an important role across SGN and this role is a great opportunity for anyone with a genuine passion for the Environment and for Health and Safety that has a can-do attitude and wants ‘to make a difference’. We are looking for a self-motivated individual to manage key aspects of the Environmental Management System and to support continual Safety, Health and Environmental improvement across our business. For the southern England role, Horley (Surrey) is the preferred base location but other southern England locations can be considered if necessary. The Scottish role would be based at Glasgow, Edinburgh or Dundee.
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Location: Horley, SurreySalary: £24,400 – £30,200 (dependent on skills & experience) Closing date: Friday 12 January 2018 Reference: 17231EXT
Two opportunities have arisen for the position of Network Assistant, based in Horley, Surrey. The suitable candidates will work within a team responsible for a range of activities in support of the 3rd Party Connections process, dealing on a day to day basis with Operations and a range of external companies who partake in this process.
What does a Network Assistant do?
With a positive and flexible approach to work you will be highly motivated with good organizational, diagnostic and problem solving skills. In addition, you need to be an effective communicator at all levels, within and beyond your own team and be able to act on your own initiative while providing leadership and coaching. Candidates would also be expected to demonstrate a high level of computer literacy and associated skills. It is essential that you are committed to the SGN values and will work with your team to challenge and deliver SGN’s targets while operating within our safety golden rules.
While any successful candidate would normally be expected to be degree qualified, this requirement may be relaxed where a candidate demonstrates exceptional abilities in terms of criteria specified above.