The voice of the energy industry


We value our employees and actively support diversity and inclusion within our organisation, and the broader sector. Our organisational values are integrity, professionalism and communication and we aim to demonstrate these values in all we do.

In return for your commitment and valued contribution we offer a strong benefits package alongside policies and initiatives to support the development and wellness of our staff.

We are proud to have been accredited the Silver Accreditation by the Investors in People Standard

Deputy Director

We are looking to recruit a Deputy Director for a fixed term of one year to cover maternity leave from March 2022 - April 2023. The Deputy Director is responsible for leading our policy team working on generation and investment, developing and delivering the Association’s activities on generation policy and regulation.  This is a critical time for the UK energy generators and the wider energy system, with the need to ensure an affordable and secure transition to a low carbon energy system in line with the carbon budgets. A full job description for this post can be found here

 The deadline for applicants is Wednesday 26th January 2022

Policy Manager, Investments

We are looking for a Policy Manager to work within our policy team and would be responsible for certain generation areas.  A full job description can be found here.

The closing date for applications is Friday 4th February 2022

Policy Manager, Systems

We are looking for a policy manager who would be responsible for certain areas of energy systems and energy retail policy and regulations, focusing on emissions from buildings.  A full job description for this role can be found here.

The closing date for applications is Friday 4th February 2022


If you wish to apply for any of the vacancies that we have, please submit your application to Nicola Rowland – This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

Your application should include your CV and a covering letter stating why you think you are suitable for the role.  Energy UK are committed to building a diverse workforce and to this end we operate a “blind” recruitment process whereby we remove all personal identifying data from an applicant’s CV before we share the applications with hiring managers.  This is to help them to evaluate applicants purely on the basis of their skills, competencies and experience.  Please could we therefore request that you submit two copies of your CV and covering letter.  The first should be your standard CV which contains your name and all the information that you would normally add to your CV.  The second copy should be a “blind” copy which does not contain the following details:- your full name (just leave your initials), any information which indicates your age, sex, sexual orientation or ethnic background, dates and names of secondary schools or universities that you have attended; and any personal interests.  The standard copy will only be viewed by the HR department and the blind version will be shared with the relevant hiring team.

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