Power Workers | Talent Pool EOI - SOUTH

Date:  27 Mar 2024

Non-Ausgrid (52062000)



  • Attractive and Competitive Salary| 15.5% super | Fortnightly RDO | Overtime
  • Join our talent pool and become part of our dynamic Safety, Delivery and Operations group
  • All Sydney Ausgrid depot locations


Just imagine a future where households and businesses can generate their own energy and sell it back to the grid, ultimately connecting communities and empowering lives. Are you ready to play your part in an evolving industry?​

Ausgrid is on an exciting transformation journey and now is the time to be a part of something big. We are proud to service Australia’s east coast, as a leading business in energy distribution, delivering a safe and reliable electricity supply to more than 1.8 million homes – that’s over four million Australians relying on us every day.

Our vision is simple; for our communities to have the power for a resilient, affordable net zero future. ​


We take pride in knowing that the work we collectively achieve today, will transform the world tomorrow. We value a culture of working and living safely, being customer focussed, commercially minded, collaborative, honest, accountable, and respectful. Our values are not just initiatives driven by leaders; they define the way we work.


Meet our team!
Are you a talented individual seeking new opportunities to showcase your skills and expertise? Join our talent pool and become part of our dynamic Safety, Delivery and Operations group. The Safety, Delivery and Operations group are focussed on delivering a safe, efficient, and reliable electricity network 24/7 and play a major role in building, repairing and maintaining Ausgrid’s network.


Your new role
We are currently accepting expressions of interest to build our Power Worker talent pool to fill various electrical trade roles across our organisation. By joining our talent pool, you will be considered for future openings that match your skills and qualifications. This is an excellent opportunity for talented individuals who are looking for a challenging and rewarding career.

These roles require electrically qualified field workers to be primarily involved in construction, repair and maintenance to ensure the safety, reliability, sustainability and affordability for customers of our network assets.

  • Lineworkers
  • Cable Jointers
  • Technicians

Locations include:  Zetland, Oatley, Artarmon, Dee Why, Hornsby, Meadowbank, Mt Kuring-gai and Homebush.

Spark our interest!

Our hiring decisions are not only based on your experience and skills, but your passion, attitude, and alignment to our core values:

  • Cert III in ESI Power Systems/Electrotechnology (or equivalent)
  • Experience in an electrical trade role within electricity distribution or relevant industry.
  • Class C/MR drivers licence
  • Sound knowledge of relevant statutes, regulations and procedures such as safe working practices, network standards and codes of practice
  • Asbestos awareness and experience working safely with asbestos materials related to cable jointing
  • Demonstrated experience in the application of safe manual handling techniques
  • Basic skills in the use of computers and mobile devices Demonstrated experience in effectively communicating with others, including customers
  • Proven capability to work effectively within a team or work crew
  • Competence in the use of explosive power tools


Grow with Ausgrid

To continue building on our rich heritage, we actively invest in our people’s development through secondments, onsite training, mentoring circles, e-learning, Australian Graduate School of Management programs (UNSW) and study assistance.

It is through our investment in our people that the average tenure across the business is 14 years and our current turnover is sitting at a market competitive rate of just 3.9%.  


Ausgrid Perks

Revel in more than just a competitive salary! Our employees enjoy a dynamic range of market leading support and safety services, wellbeing programs, corporate discounts, and flexibility arrangements in many forms.

Our people are paramount to the continued success of Ausgrid, therefore celebrating great work is important to us! It’s not just the big wins that count, we have provided our employees the opportunity to applaud peer successes daily through our Amped Recognition Program. But let’s not forget the major milestones! For those ready to exceed expectations, anticipate a nomination for a CEO award at our formal end of year Award gala.

Belonging at Ausgrid

To deliver the best possible service to our customers we strive towards a workforce that reflects the diverse community that we serve. Ausgrid is committed to creating a diverse and inclusive workforce and we encourage applications from women, people from culturally diverse backgrounds, people with disabilities, people from the LGBTQIA+ community and First Nations people.


To be considered for our talent pool, please submit your resume highlighting your skills, experience, and the position(s) you are interested in. Please note that this is not an application for a specific job opening but an opportunity to be considered for future positions.


If you require support with your application/reasonable adjustments for the interview process, please reach out to our dedicated Talent team.