Working at Energy UK
Working at the energy industry’s largest and most diverse trade body gives our staff the opportunity to be at the centre hub of energy policy, communications and advocacy.
Our team works across a broad range of topics, attend and speak at high-profile industry events and have great exposure to leading companies across the industry.
We are proud of our culture and actively work to ensure an inclusive and collaborative environment, both at Energy UK and across the wider industry.
We value our employees and offer a strong benefits package alongside policies and initiatives to support the development and wellness of our staff.
Vacancies at Energy UK
Applications close 30 November 2023
Deputy Director, Policy
We are looking for a deputy director to join our policy team. The post holder will be responsible for leading our policy team working on generation and investment into critical energy infrastructure, developing and delivering the Association’s activities on generation policy and regulation.
The deadline for applications is Thursday 30th November and we will be looking to interview during the first week of December
Details on how to apply can be found below.
How to apply
Applications should be sent by the date shown to:
All applications should include a CV and covering letter stating why you think you are suitable for the role and also why you are interested for applying for a role at Energy UK.
To help our commitment to building a diverse team we operate a blind recruitment process which helps our hiring managers to avoid unconscious bias and consider applicants on their skills and experience rather than on personal identifying data.
Please ensure 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.