Northern Ireland Electricity Networks (NIE Networks) is the owner of the electricity transmission and distribution networks in Northern Ireland, transporting electricity to over 910,000 customers including homes, businesses and farms.
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Acquired by ESB in December 2010, NIE Networks operates as an independent organisation with its own Board and management teams and separate regulation via the Utility Regulator for Northern Ireland.
We serve all 910,000 homes, farms and businesses connected to the electricity network
We have over 1,400 employees
Every year we invest around £100 million in the network
Our transmission and distribution network consists of:
2,300 kilometres of transmission network
47,000 kilometres of distribution network
340 major substations
We connect over 9,000 homes, businesses and farms to the network each year.
We believe in our people – they keep our business moving forward.
It is important that your pay makes you feel valued and that your skills are respected. That’s why we review our salaries annually, benchmarking them against the industry and putting in place pay progression scales.
Attractive salary and benefits package
Salary Sacrifice Pension with up to 8% employer contributions
34 days annual leave rising to 36 days with service
Up to 5 days additional holiday (option to purchase)
Wedding day leave (*conditions apply)
26 weeks maternity / 10 days paternity leave at full pay
Free On-site parking at all of our locations
Perks card offering discounts in retail, hospitality, travel and much more
Social club that organises events at discounted rates
But reward should be more than just financial.
We believe that everyone should feel safe and be healthy during their time working for us. We also want all of our employees to feel valued, respected and welcomed and to have opportunities for training and development to allow you to be the best you can be.
Apprenticeship, scholarship and graduate programmes
Mentors to support development
Development programmes and career progression opportunities
Professional accreditation and membership
iHub – your ideas count. Little ideas can make a big difference
Recognition for service to NIE Networks
Company events that recognise and reward development and progression
Volunteering opportunities available
Participation in the NIE Networks Charities Fund
Special leave for representation at national / international sporting events
Health & Wellbeing
Access to private medical cover
Free GP helpline service
Confidential counselling helpline service
Free eye tests and eyecare vouchers
Hybrid working opportunities
Childcare support scheme (subject to eligibility and family friendly policies)
Discounted gym membership
Cycle to Work Scheme (£3000 limit)
A career break (to support further education, domestic responsibilities, voluntary work or sporting events)
Established Health & Wellbeing Forum