We manage the network that distributes natural and green gas to 5.9 million homes and businesses across the south of England and Scotland.
Our people are the heart of our business. We employ around 4,000 people who are dedicated to keeping our customers safe and warm by leading the way in energy delivery.
Emergency: We provide the National Gas Emergency Service day and night. We’ll always make the situation safe whether the gas emergency is inside or outside a property.
Connect: Every year, we connect around 20,000 customers to our network and we help thousands of our most customers heat their homes for less.
Upgrade: We’re committed to upgrading our network and we use the latest technology as we replace, renew and maintain our pipes. We’re constantly innovating to ensure a safe, secure and sustainable future for our network.
We’re dedicated to keeping our customers safe and warm by leading the way in energy delivery. We do this by going out of our way to exceed customer expectations as well as innovating for a safe, secure and sustainable future for our network.
We are always looking for passionate and hard-working professionals to join our award-winning company. We offer tailored coaching and development programmes to employees across all levels to support everyone in reaching their full potential with us.
We offer an extensive employee benefits package, which includes:
As an apprentice you'll join an externally accredited programme to gain the knowledge and practical skills for a craftsperson role within SGN. When qualified, you will participate in an out-of-hours standby rota.
Our apprenticeships last for three years apart from Electrical and Instrumentation which lasts for four years. All apprenticeships include classroom and workshop training, supported by time on site gaining operational experience with experienced employees. During the three-year programme, you’ll receive up to 60 weeks of training, some of which will be delivered at locations requiring you to stay away from home. The actual amount of time away from home will depend upon where you live relative to training venues.
Training with us is more than teaching you how to use a spanner. Our recruits participate in a variety of courses to develop their confidence and skills to get the most out of their work. Our recent recruits attended a course with Outward Bound where they practised all kinds of outdoor and team skills, preparing them for a rewarding career.
Our two-year graduate programmes are challenging and rewarding and give our new team members the skills to assume substantive positions when completed. You will receive training at work sites across our network including Scotland and southern England, fostering a range of work relationships and skills. You'll be working with experienced colleagues and managers as you spend a lot of time developing your skills. From day one you'll be making a real contribution to our business.
Some examples of work you might do either as a team or individually:
During your graduate development programme, you'll assume increasing levels of responsibility as your development progresses. In line with this, your pay will increase over the programme as you reach key milestones.
I have been working at SGN full-time (More than 8 years)
Secure, professional, hardworking company, good benefits
A lot of change in roles but that's only because there is so many great opportunities for young people in the company
Advice to Management
Keep leading by example and helping me like me move up the ladder in my career with SGN. I get a lot of good advice, mentoring and coaching from my managers.
I applied in-person. The process took 4+ weeks. I interviewed at SGN in October 2017.
The hiring process was quick and I received excellent instructions for my interview.
My interview was relevant to the job role and included a presentation, the interviewerwas friendly and considerate. Feedback was provided quickly.