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.
E&I Support Engineer (closing 26 November)
First Call Operatives, Poole(closing 28 November)
HR Support Services Delivery Lead(closing 6 December)
Maintenance Electrician(closing 6 December)
Regulatory Process Manager, Horley(closing 8 December)
Technical Coordinator/Driver, St Mary Cray(closing 4 December)
Location: South or south-east (St Mary Cray preferably) Salary: £30,259 to £37,958 (dependent on skills and experience)Closing date: Sunday 26 November 2017Reference: 17259EXT
As an E&I Support Engineer (Electrically Biased) you will be responsible for assisting in designing, developing and ensuring compliance with installed electrical equipment which is used in the gas transportation and delivery business. The job holder will support the Network Electrical Engineer in ensuring that key systems and processes operate effectively, efficiently and safely. This will include implementing the Network Electrical Engineer’s Duty Holder responsibilities related to the electricity at Work Regulations.
The Network Electrical Engineer’s role covers all three areas within SGN (Scotland, South and South East). The Job Holder will be expected to cover the South and South East areas and provide remote support to Scotland area when required (including Scottish Independent Undertakings). The job holder will also be expected to work closely with colleagues across a number of functions/departments within the business.
Other duties include:
Candidates must be performance oriented and self-motivated individuals, able to control budgets, people, resources and tasks. They must be able to balance conflicting priorities and challenging timescales and able to work with people at all levels. Knowledge and experience of electrical systems in the gas industry is essential and a detailed knowledge of ATEX, DSEAR and hazardous areas is also required. A basic understanding of the principles of asset management applying to ISO 55001 and experience with back office such as MAXIMO would be beneficial. You will ideally have a minimum of an HND in Electrical Engineering or equivalent experience. Being electrically authorised in some form would be an advantage but not essential. The successful candidate must be willing to travel within the UK on a regular basis working in both office and field environments.
A valid driving licence is essential.
What will I get in return?
Location: Poole - Dorset Salary: £24,000 to £26,600 (dependent on skills and experience) Closing date: Tuesday 28 November 2017Reference: 17272EXT
We are recruiting for a First Call Operative (FCO) who will be based out of our Pool Depot, reporting to the Team Manager. The successful applicant must participate in a 24-hour call out rota and live in the Pool – Dorset area.
What does a First Call Operative do?
Do you have what we are looking for?
A full and valid driving licence is essential.
Location: St Mary Cray (west Kent)Salary: £23,300 (dependent on skills and experience)Closing date: Monday 4 December 2017Reference: 17255EXT
We are recruiting for a Technical Coordinator/Driver based in St. Mary Cray, reporting to the Business Performance Manager.
What does a Technical Coordinator/Driver do?
A full valid UK driving licence is essential.
Location: Horley (Surrey)Salary: £40,000 to £45,000 (dependent on skills and experience)Closing date: Friday 8 December 2017Reference: 17281EXT
We are recruiting for a Regulatory Process Manager to work within the regulatory team based in Horley. The Regulatory Process Manager is central to ensuring that we maintain regulatory compliance in a complex regulatory environment. They will focus on understanding the financial and process implications of changes within the main code bodies and take responsibility for minimising SGN’s exposure to the associated financial and regulatory risk.
What does a Regulatory Process Manager do?
We are looking for a self-motivated and inquisitive individual, able to ask challenging questions and the curiosity to follow something through, bringing about an improvement in business outcome or identifying the root cause of a problem. The successful individual is expected to be able to communicate their findings in a clear and succinct manner and build a consensus around the need to implement an improvement or change.
Location: Southern networks (Oxford and surrounding areas)Salary: £26,645 - £29,310 (dependent on skills and experience)Closing date: Wednesday 6 December 2017Reference: 17216EXTR2
An opportunity has arisen for a Maintenance Electrician within our Electrical & Instrumentation Maintenance team, covering SGN’s Southern Network.
You will work on electrical equipment and installations connected with the gas supply network, and be responsible for the installation, commissioning, maintenance and fault finding on a wide range of electrical equipment and plant. The role involves working both indoors and out, often on your own but as an integral part of a wider team, and at times in direct contact with customers.
What does a Maintenance Electrician do?
You will need to demonstrate an excellent attitude to safety and have good IT skills. In addition, you will have good communication skills, including the ability to mentor and provide on the job training to apprentices; and good customer liaison skills. The role involves working both indoors and outdoors in all weathers, plus working at heights and in confined spaces. You will be expected to participate in a standby rota. Qualifications covering current wiring Regs, and inspection and test are essential, ComPex qualification desirable. This is a hands on role and will suit those that are looking for a diverse practical role, where every day if different. The post involves regular travel and therefore a full valid UK driver’s licence is required. An SGN company van will be provided.
Location: Horley (Surrey) Salary: £24,456-30,259 (dependent on skills and experience)Closing date:Wednesday 6 December 2017Reference: 17284EXT
A recently established HR Service Centre is seeking a lead role to accelerate and drive the achievement of improvements in day to day service delivery. Reporting to the Head of HR Support Services, you will have daily interaction with service team members offering hands on support with the processing workload and ensuring an effective customer focussed administrative service is delivered to our managers and employees throughout the business. This fantastic opportunity based at our Corporate HQ offers a competitive package and will build on your already solid foundation in Human Resources at a time of transformational change.
What a HR Support Services Delivery Lead does
As well as distributing workload amongst team members and ensuring an efficient and effective operation within the defined service delivery framework and key performance indicators, you will ensure data privacy is at the forefront of everything and ensures compliance with all Company policies and processes. You will be responsible for motivating, developing and leading a dedicated team of support service representatives and ensures their performance achieves agreed standards.
Please note: we are looking to interview successful candidates on week commencing 11 December.