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Utility Week 7th March

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UTILITY WEEK | 7Th - 13Th March 2014 | 29 Top uTiliTy jobs The ESP Utilities Group Ltd is currently seeking to recruit suitably experienced personnel to manage the continued growth of its independent Gas Transporter business E S Pipelines Ltd, which operates natural gas distribution networks throughout the UK. DESIGN ENGINEER (Job Ref: ESP/2014/DE) The position requires previous experience in gas distribution network design and appropriate knowledge of the philosophy and principles relating to the design of gas distribution networks up to 7bar MOP, together with the ability to carry out design works using GaSWOrKS software. OPERATIONS ENGINEER (Job Ref: ESP/2014/OE) The position requires an engineer with experience in the design and operation of gas distribution networks, together with appropriate financial and commercial skills, to manage the Company's partnerships with Utility Infrastructure Provider organisations responsible for the construction of new natural gas infrastructures for adoption by the company. Both positions bring with them good prospects as the company continues its growth within the market sector and a competitive salary is among the benefits offered with each position. For further details of this position please use the link to Careers on our website at www.esputilities.com Applications can be made either via email at michaelc@espipelines.com or in writing, including a current CV and details of your current salary, to:- Mick Carr, Operations Director, E S Pipelines Ltd, Hazeldean, Station Road, Leatherhead, Surrey KT22 7AA For further information on both vacancies, please visit: www.utility-jobs.net To advertise your vacancy on this page and on please call Nicky shaw for further information on: 01342 332070 Network and Standards Manager – Electricity Location: Hamilton, near Glasgow Ref: 04/2014 Salary: Competitive Energetics is a dynamic company with an impressive record of growth across the UK in the multi-utility connections sector offering utility design and build services to the new build market. We have an exciting plan for substantial future growth and we are seeking a Network and Standards Manager (Electricity) to manage the Low Voltage and High Voltage distribution networks across the UK. Key accountabilities:- • Responsible for delivery of HV and LV fault response and repair works to time, cost and quality, minimising network abnormal running conditions. • Ensure continuous compliance and review of Engineering policy relating to commissioning, maintenance and refurbishment of electrical networks. • Ensuring that asset adoption is carried out satisfactorily and that the relevant Business Systems are updated accordingly. • Determine the appropriate point of connection and any associated reinforcement requirements for new load and generation enquiries. • Ability to provide technical leadership and support. • Responsible for compiling annual network statistics to OFGEM. • Maintain compliance with Guaranteed Standards and other regulatory returns. • Representing the Company at National Industry Forums and Working Groups. To be successful in the role, potential candidates should possess: • BEng or equivalent in Electrical Engineering • Application of Statutory Instruments (ESQC regulations, Health & Safety at Work Act – appropriate to the role) • Knowledge of relevant Safety Rules • Understanding of network design, operations and constraints - essential Salary competitive and commensurate with skill set and experience. To apply please forward your CV and covering letter to amanda.boyle@ energetics-uk.com Closing date for applications: Friday 21st February 2014 Energetics is an Equal Opportunities employer. Please go to: www.energetics-uk.com for information on projects we have delivered including BBC Media City and Birmingham New Street Station.

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