Do you have the energy to make a difference?
You might not know us, but the chances are we’re already closely connected. We look after the pipes that keep the gas flowing to heat homes and power businesses across Wales and the south west of England – from Wrexham to Redruth. We make sure that the communities we serve have a gas supply they can rely on and a level of service they can trust. And now we’re looking for new team members.
Our award-winning apprenticeship programme has been running since we started operations in 2005 and have already recruited 185 apprentices from across Wales and the south west of England.
Our apprenticeships are open to everyone. Being a gas engineer is not about your gender, ethnic background or sexual orientation. It’s about the way you do things
They’re the opportunity to earn while you learn, gaining real qualifications and experience while building a career that suits you.
The exact length of your apprenticeship will depend on the route you take but is usually three years.
During your apprenticeship you’ll be training both on-the-job, working with our experienced engineers to learn technical skills, and in classrooms at our purpose-built training academies or local colleges. You’ll also be supported by dedicated, experienced mentors who will share their knowledge and experience of the gas industry throughout your apprenticeship.
Click here to register your interest in our next Apprentice Programme, and we’ll let you know when and how you will be able to apply.
Build & Repair
Our Build & Repair teams are responsible for the pipes that keep the gas flowing to heat homes and power businesses throughout our network. They also upgrade and extend our pipe network so we can keep the gas flowing and make sure the gas network is fit for the future.
If you want to be a part of our Build & Repair Apprenticeship Programme, GCSE’s are desirable but not essential, and you’ll need to hold a full, valid driving license on completion of the apprenticeship.
Electrical & Instrumentation
Our Electrical & Instrumentation teams manage and maintain the electrical equipment that allows us to monitor our extensive network of gas pipes to make sure we keep the gas flowing.
We’re looking for methodical thinkers who enjoy working with software and coding who can fault find and enjoy working with innovative new technologies.
If you want an Electrical & Instrumentation Apprenticeship you will need to have at least 5 GCSEs at Grade C or above including English, Maths and Science or suitable alternatives. You’ll also need to hold a full, valid driving license on completion of the apprenticeship.
Our Mechanical Engineers are responsible for maintaining and protecting our high-pressure pipelines, and our pressure reducing equipment. They are also responsible for monitoring gas flow and making sure we have enough gas in our pipes to meet peak demand and play an important role in our gas emergency service.
If you want to be a Mechanical Engineering Apprentice you will need to have at least 5 GCSEs at Grade C or above including English, Maths and Science or suitable alternatives. You’ll also need to hold a full, valid driving license on completion of the apprenticeship