Want to work on projects that protect the planet for generations to come?
You can with ScottishPower.
Senior Network Risk Engineer
£44,716 - £55,895
Here at ScottishPower, our work is pivotal in ensuring Scotland achieves its ambition to be Net Zero by 2045. And we’re taking it very seriously. We’re investing £2 billion into our transmission network, directly supporting the rapid growth needed in renewable energy.
To succeed, we require a Senior Network Risk Engineer who shares our passion for creating a cleaner, greener future. Your role in our Asset Strategy team is to set our long-term asset management strategies, asset policies and intervention plans for transmission assets.
Contributing to the development of strategic long-term asset risk plans for the Transmission network and effective communication with the transmission licence of the ongoing 5 year order book, you will translate and manage the ongoing transmission business plan, assisting in the development of the NARM related methodology and reporting requirements during the RIIO-T2 Price Control.
This calls for considerable experience. You will be educated to degree standard in Electrical Engineering, Data Science or possess relevant experience. With working knowledge of asset risk modelling methodologies and its application to the transmission network, you will also be knowledgeable in transmission assets and design principles, data models and database design. Working knowledge of the NARM methodology is desirable.
As part of our commitment to a supportive and inclusive place to work, we recognise that our employees have different personal circumstances and want a suitable work-life balance. We are working hard to support flexible and alternative ways of working where possible including Flexible Working, Shared Parental Leave, Career Breaks and Wellbeing/Employee Assistance Programme. You will also have access to our flexible benefits programme where you can decide what is important for you.
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Commitment to Sustainability
As a Principal Partner of COP26 and a major player in renewable energy, we take our responsibilities seriously when it comes to sustainability and climate change. It’s important to us that our people feel the same way, so it’s likely that you’ll be asked about your personal commitment to sustainability during the interview stage.
Please note that any applicant who is not a citizen of the country of the vacancy will be subject to compliance with the applicable immigration requirements to legally work in that country. If/when required, the Company will support the employee with the necessary Immigration requirements.