National Grid is an international gas and electric company providing the cleanest energy solutions in the US and UK. With a revenue stream of over 10 billion dollars per year, National Grid is dedicated to being the number one utility provider of the safest and cleanest energy solutions. Owning a comprehensive distribution network, it supplies electricity and gas throughout the United States with 3.5 million customers in the Northeastern U.S. and 3.5 million in New York and New England. Having been the major supplier of gas in the UK since 1986, National Grid provides gas distribution to over 11 million consumers in Great Britain. With continuous efforts over the past years, it has developed into a leader in its industry operating several historical utility companies including Niagara Mohawk, Boston Gas Company, Narragansett Electric Company and New England Power Company. Besides, National Grid is a good work place where all employees are valued and appreciated. It maybe the very reason why over 25,000 people choose to join it and build their careers here. If you are looking for a job with easy working atmosphere and great potentiality, you are suggested to visit nationalgrid.com/careers or careers.nationalgrid.com to search for a suitable position.
Minimum age to work at National Grid is 18 years of age.
Mon - Fri: 7:00am - 9:00pm
Sat: 7:00am - 5:00pm
Hours of operation may vary by location. Some locations will be closed on Sunday, but some other locations may open 7/24.
Full-time, Part-time, Internship, Contract, Hourly
National Grid strongly believes that it is its people who create and build it. With such a employee-oriented belief, this company expects more talented and industrious people to join in to help it achieve its mission of delivering world-class services to all customers. A wide rang of job vacancies are provided by National Grid at present. Just slide your mouse to see if there’s one suitable job for you among the hot positions listed below.
US Resilience Director, Analyst, Senior Analyst, Process Excellence, Service Delivery Manager, Direct Customer Support Manager, Lead Analyst, Gas Contract Management, Customer Connections Representative, Aviation Technician, Infrastructure Architect, Regional Operator, Pressure Regulation Assets Manager, LNG/CNG Assets Manager, Electric Project Controls Analyst, Customer Contribution Policy & Support, Chief Solutions Architect, Program Delivery Director, Information Architect, Senior Change Control Analyst, Reconciliations QA and Governance, Executive Assistant, Technical Consultant, Energy Efficiency (Senior/Lead), Gas Connections Representative , Workforce Management Operational Support / Analyst, Dispatch Supervisor, Financial Controls Analyst, SCC Security Coordinator
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A comprehensive package of benefits is an essential part of a good job. As a employee-first corporation, National Grid is committed to providing all its people with the best benefits to guarantee the well being of its employees and their families. Some major benefits are listed as the followings.
As an affirmative action company, National Grid offers a structured application process involving testing, phone and in-person screenings, drug and background checks, and vocational training, among which one-on-one interview is the most important step but meanwhile the most difficult one. To stand out of other applicants and double the rate of being hired, you need to prepared yourself well before taking the real interview. You can start your preparations by searching for its general information via Internet. A good knowledge of its history, culture, core values, operating philosophy and future plans will definitely leave a good impression on the interviewers. Besides, you are suggested to arrive at the interview place ahead of time, usually 5 to 10 minutes earlier is fine. Being punctual will show your good education to some degree and National Grid prefers to those people who are of strong time concept. Last but not the least, you need to make sure that you are dressed properly, which will show your respect to interviewers and attention to this job.