Vacancy: General Graduate Programme
Business: Energia Group
Location: Newforge lane, Belfast
Job Reference: G-GGP-10/19
Date: 10th October 2019
Contract: Fixed term for 2 years with the possibility of a permanent contract on successful completion of the training contract.
Your new company…
Energia Group is the leading independent energy company in the all-Ireland market. With an annual turnover of circa €1.5 Billion and employing 800 staff across NI and ROI, the Energia Group is one of Ireland’s Top 50 Businesses. The Group comprises Power NI, Power NI Power Procurement Business and the Energia Group of Supply, Generation and Renewables companies. Together, we supply c. 25% of Ireland’s domestic electricity, business energy and green energy markets.
As a forward thinking and innovative organisation, Energia Group businesses have been first to market with many major initiatives in the Irish energy sector in the last 15 years. It’s a trend we plan to continue, through the drive, talent and energy of our exceptional people.
So… are you ready to switch on your career with Ireland’s leading energy provider?
What we offer…
Joining us on a fixed term basis, we offer £500 on commencement of the programme, a competitive salary plus an attractive bonus structure. You will also receive market leading benefits including 31 days leave a year, generous company pension scheme, health cash plan, Wellbeing Programme, continuous training, development and mentoring, Subsidised Gym Membership and free onsite car parking!
Your new role…
This is an amazing opportunity for career driven graduates who want to develop within an ambitious, fast growing organisation. There is an intensive training programme in place that will help you to learn directly from energy industry experts.
Graduates will have a comprehensive and exciting induction to our business and over the course of your programme, you will complete a number of challenging rotations in a number of the following areas; Technology and Innovation, Corporate Development, Service Operations, Trading Regulation and Energy Services.
While working your way through the job rotations you’ll build an understanding of the wider organisation and of how the energy industry works, the challenges we face and the actions we need to take to overcome them. Wherever you go, you can expect real work from the word go
Our Graduate programme is designed to give you real responsibility from day one, enabling you to add value and make a real difference. Over the two years you will also be supported with an individual development programme and assigned a mentor to develop your skills, evolve your knowledge, and help you take your first steps towards becoming a future leader within our business.
In addition there are opportunities to build your professional skills, from presenting to influencing, project management to negotiations, creativity and innovation, through a modular training programme delivered by Development Professionals.
People and Team Development
Actively engages and works well with others and handles feedback constructively. Is committed to personal growth & development.
Takes ownership of issues & ensures resolution. Seeks opportunities for feedback & improvement to be more effective.
Develops & maintains effective internal (& external) working relationships. Cooperating well and sharing knowledge & experience with others.
Judgement & Decision Making
Makes good decisions based on information. Knows when to ask for assistance & when flexibility is needed. Is open to the need to change and learns from experience.
Drive for Results
Consistently delivers against targets. Able to prioritise and operate effectively even when under pressure.
Clearly communicates thoughts & information. Able to speak and write in a clear manner. Able to empathise with internal & external customers
The job requires a considerable degree of commitment, flexibility and adaptability on the part of the job holders to meet quality standards and work deadlines. The individual must have a forward thinking approach and be able to work independently.
Applications must contain the completed Questionnaire and CV to be considered for this role.
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A reserve list will be held for 6 months in which you will be placed if you are suitable for the role.
The closing date for applications will be 31/01/2020.