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.
Asset Engineer, Horley
Applications Architect, southern England
Depot Clerk, Stornoway
Energy Futures Project Officer, Edinburgh
Estates Development Manager, Scotland
Gas Distribution Assistant, Dunfermline
Gas Distribution Assistant, East Kent
Gas Distribution Assistant, Paisley
Gas Operative, Coatbridge (closing 18 January)
HR Manager, southern England
Management Accountant, Edinburgh
Network Strategic Initiatives - Workstream Leads (x2), flexible location
Team Leader, East Kent
Team Leader, Kennington
Team Manager, East Kent
Training Manager, flexible location
SIU's Team Manager, Wick
SIU’s Craftperson, Thurso
Stakeholder Strategy Manager, Horley (closing 18 January)
Location: Edinburgh Salary: £32,400 to £40,500 (dependent on skills and experience) Reference: req132
There is an exciting opportunity for a Project Officer to work at the cutting edge of decarbonisation solutions.
What does a Project Officer do?
You will need to demonstrate an understanding of the gas industry & an understanding of network planning, gas quality and composition. Ofgem governance and regulation would prove beneficial for this role. You must be proficient at report writing and well versed with Microsoft applications. An understanding of project management techniques would also be an advantage.
Key responsibilities will include:
Do you have what we are looking for?
You will be an excellent communicator, capable and willing to give presentations, with a flexible ‘can-do’ approach to work. As the role will involve some travel, you must have a valid driving licence and be willing to spend time away from your primary location.
Location: PaisleySalary: Starting salary of £20,588 rising to to £22,875 after completion of training Reference: req200
We are seeking enthusiastic, motivated and hardworking people to become qualified NCO1 gas operatives by joining our training in April and beyond courses.
What does an NCO1 do?
Do you have what we are looking for?
What will I get in return?
Location: DunfermlineSalary: Starting salary of £20,588 rising to to £22,875 after completion of training Reference: req200
Location: Southern England or Scotland (location flexible, the role will include extensive travel around SGN’s locations)Salary: £50,000 to £55,000 (dependent on skills and experience) Reference: req194
What does a Training Manager do?
What will I get in return?
Location: Portsmouth or Horley Salary: £70,000 to £85,000 (dependent on skills and experience) Reference: req195
What does an Applications Architect do?
The architect will be working with a wide range of technical and non-technical resources from various teams and will deliver to the programme’s and project's needs, the following becomes important:
The person will also have the responsibility for developing & maintaining excellent working relationships with:
Location: Horley Salary: £32,000 to £40,000 (dependent on skills and experience) Reference: req159
We have an opportunity for an Asset Engineer to join the team in Horley, reporting to the Asset Engineering Manager.
What does an Asset Engineer do?
Location: Kennington (London) but relocating to St Mary CraySalary: £27,700 to £31,300 (dependent on skills and experience) Reference: req101
We're recruiting a Gas Team Leader (NCO2) to join our team ar our Kennington depot in London. This role will initially begin at Kennignton but will relocate to St Mary Cray in south-east London . As a Team Leader you will work predominately on gas service and mains repair activities, will preferably have NCO2 in service laying and/or main laying and experience in Escape, Locate and Repair. Successful applicants must live within an hour’s commute of Kennington.
What does a Team Leader (NCO2) do?
You will need to be prepared to undertake physically demanding work involving excavating and digging in public and private highways, laying and repairing gas pipes. You will need to be able to demonstrate the ability to work safely in a variety of outdoor environments as part of a team, use computer field systems and achieve a high standard of safety and technical competence. Appropriate training will be given.
You will have a flexible attitude to work and be willing to take on new skills in order to further your career in the gas industry. A current driving licence is required. Applicants will need to demonstrate good inter-personal skills, including the ability to deal with members of the public. The nature of the work means that you will be expected to work variable hours and participate in a 24-hour standby rota.
Location: Flexible (Scotland or southern England)Salary: £42,000 to 45,000 (dependent on skills and experience) Reference: req165
Our Network Directorate is looking to recruit two workstream leads to drive progress in this area, working with Operations and IT to optimise the way we work in Network, extracting the maximum value for SGN and our stakeholders from existing and new assets by utilising new and innovative ways of working, especially focusing on digital solutions and out of the box thinking.
What are the requirements of the role?
Our vision for a smart network
Our network will be flexible and adaptable, enabling multi-source gases to be safely and efficiently transported for customers. It will support a broad range of energy injection, storage and utilisation requirements including transport, heat and power generation.
This will be achieved through the deployment of smart technologies that will measure and control gas quality, flow and pressure, facilitating decarbonisation, security of supply and efficient network operability.
The gas network will be part of the energy eco-system closely integrated with power distribution, heat networks and energy storage. This will be underpinned by digital solutions through process automation, data analytics, machine learning and customer self-service.
Location: East KentSalary: £22,100 to £25,100 (dependent on skills and experience) Closing date: ongoing recruitmentReference: req73
What does a Gas Distribution Assistant do?
Location: Caithness - Wick Salary: £32,426 to £44,650 per annum (dependent on skills and experience, plus significant standby payments and company car) Reference: req139
We're looking for a Team Manager to join our Scottish Independent Undertakings team based in Wick, reporting to the District Manager.
What does an SIU Team Manager do?
Location: ThursoSalary: A starting salary of £29,000, although depending on your qualifications, skills and experience there is potential for you to earn circa £33,000 (in addition to your base salary you can also earn an estimated £4,500 to £6,500 per annum depending on standby frequency)Reference: req102
We're recruiting a Craftperson to join our Scottish Independent Undertakings (SIUs) team based in Thurso. The SIU’s are unique in the UK in that they are not connected to the National Grid system and use Liquefied Petroleum Gas (LPG) or Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) as a feedstock.
What does an SIU Craftperson do?
You will be involved in various activities including boiler servicing, emergency duties and meter work. Over time your skills will be developed to include mains and service laying. You will be involved in the operation and maintenance of the LNG plant. Full training in all SIU activities will be provided.
Location: Kennington, with relocation to St Mary CraySalary: £22,000 (dependent on skills and experience) Reference: req74
Location: East Kent Salary: £32,400 to £40,500 (dependent on skills and experience) Reference: req113
We currently have an opportunity for the post of Team Manager based in the East Kent depot, reporting to the General Manager.
What does a Team Manager do?
Location: Horley, SurreySalary: Personal contractClosing date: Friday 18 January 2019Reference: Req112
An excellent opportunity has arisen for an experienced project manager to improve our performance and outcomes through the management of our annual programme of stakeholder engagement activities, monitoring overall progress and ensuring delivery against key performance indicators.
The key responsibilities of this role are:
Location: Based in Scotland – the role will require extensive travel throughout the UK Personal Contract (circa £52,000 per annum) Reference: req167
The Estates and Development Manager – Scotland is responsible for the delivery of property transactions and estates management for the Scotland network as directed by the Property Development Director, including acquisitions, disposals and leasing in support of both SGN Place and the regulated business. The Estates and Development Manager is responsible for the development and delivery of SGN Place’s property disposal programme for the Scotland network.
What does an Estates & Development Manager do?
Academic qualifications or certifications
Hold or willing to work towards a relevant professional qualification (eg Member of the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors)
Technical skills, experience and job knowledge
The role holder will be expected to influence:
Location: East KentSalary: £26,000 to £30,000 (dependent on skills and experience) Reference: req71
You will need to be prepared to undertake physically demanding work involving excavating and digging in public and private highways, laying and repairing gas pipes. You will need to be able to demonstrate the ability to work safely in a variety of outdoor environments as part of a team, use computer field systems and achieve a high standard of safety and technical competence. Appropriate training will be given. Applicants must live within or close to the east Kent area.
Location: Stornoway Salary: £18,000 to £21,000 (dependent on skills and experience) Reference: req54
There is an opportunity to join our team within the Scottish Independent Undertakings (SIU’s) working from the Stornoway Depot on a 12 month fixed term contract.
What does a Depot Clerk do?
Location: Southern England covering south-east London, Surrey, Sussex and KentSalary: Circa £40,000 (dependent on experience) & car allowanceReference: req133
An excellent opportunity has arisen for a HR Manager, operating across our southern locations to support the efficient operation of SGN’s business activities.
As a HR Manager you will be responsive & customer focused, ensuring compliance with employment agreements, policies, procedures and the law to deliver a credible HR service. You will provide an integral, valued and professional service to the organisation whilst providing support and advice to SGN’s employees. You will help to encourage the positive development of SGN’s busy HR department.
You will spend much of your time visiting SGN’s depots and offices, assisting with a range of HR issues. Typical duties may include:
Location: CoatbridgeSalary: Starting salary of £20,588 rising to £23,375 after completion of trainingClosing date: Friday 18 January 2019Reference: req179
We're seeking enthusiastic, motivated and hardworking people to become qualified NCO1 gas operatives by joining our training in January and beyond courses.
What does an NCO1 do?
Location: EdinburghSalary: £40,500 to £48,700 (dependent on skills and experience) Reference: req110
We have an exciting opportunity to join the Finance Business Partner team as a Management Accountant reporting directly to the Finance Manager. The base location for this role will be Edinburgh. The role of the Management Accountant is to provide finance support to the Scotland Operations. The role is very broad based and will require an individual who is motivated to make an impact.
What does a Management Accountant do?
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