International Womens Day

Equality is not a women's issue, it's a business issue. Currently, our sector is not yet representative of the UK workforce for gender. Women make up just 17% of the workforce, compared to a national average of 47%.

Gender equality is essential for economies and communities to thrive and for businesses to be representative of the communities they serve.

Energy & Utilities Jobs is THE place to find a role in the sector. Watch our video to learn why you should #workwithus.  Join a fast-paced and dynamic sector helping develop modern technologies that will help tackle climate change.

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International Women’s Day is an annual reminder to recognise and celebrate achievements in addressing gender equality. Of course, there is work to be done, but there are also great strides being made in taking action for equality and reaching the ultimate IWD goal of a ‘gender equal world.’

Message from Jan Ward, Chair of Energy & Utility skills
Kirsty McDermott - Design Assurance Engineer, National Grid

The diversity of working in this industry is something that has really appealed to me. Regardless of background and previous skills and knowledge, I have found somewhere I can apply what I know and become an asset to the business.

Kirsty's Story - Design Assurance Engineer, National Grid

Engineer at Cadent Gas Limited

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