Turn your passion for STEM into a career in the energy and utilities sector

Posted: 21st of June 2018 by Parisha Mistry

Leaving school this summer? Looking to start your career in a diverse, fast-paced, innovative and rewarding sector that makes a difference to people’s lives?

Energy and utilities businesses need to recruit 221,000 people in the next 10 years. We need people like you. Use your skills and your talent to shape your future in a sector where technology is constantly evolving. The opportunities are (almost) endless and can provide great opportunities for career progression.  

Your STEM skills can take you far

Traditionally, engineering has been considered a male domain, something which employers in our sector are determined to address, they want to attract talented men and women into engineering roles.

Talent Source Network is also proud to support Women in STEM and #INWED18 helping to raise the profile of women in engineering and focus attention on the amazing career opportunities available to girls in this exciting industry.

If you are looking for inspiration there are some great stories on our website that showcase the talented young people already enjoying success in our sector. People just like Kirsty, a Design Assurance Engineer at National Grid. A careers aptitude test identified that she was suited to a career in engineering and that motivated her to apply for an apprenticeship. Kirsty loved that she could do something hands on while continuing her education part time. She was then accepted onto National Grid’s Engineering Training Programme, which is like a higher apprenticeship. Read more about why Kirsty has chosen to work in energy and utilities here.

Join our network

Registering on Talent Source Network means you can showcase your unique skills to leading employers in the power, gas, water, waste, renewables and supply chain industries. To keep these services performing, they need people like you! http://www.talentsourcenetwork.co.uk/

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