Life at Transgrid

At Transgrid, you will help us make a better power system for Australians that supports a transition to a clean energy future.

You will thrive in a highly collaborative environment where creativity, innovation and knowledge sharing are valued, and where every person is encouraged to take advantage of learning opportunities to grow.

Our people come from a broad range of backgrounds that reflect the communities we serve, and bring different perspectives to different challenges. Together they play a vital role in our continued success. As such, we cultivate a workplace that promotes performance and recognition, and that develops, empowers and values employees at all levels across all locations.

We believe that people who make an extra effort to help us meet our goals and who live our values on the job should be celebrated. Our Reward and Recognition Program thanks our people for what they bring to our business so that we make Transgrid a great place to work.

We understand how hard your career decisions can be. No matter what your drivers are, when you choose a career with Transgrid you will discover all the possibilities in one company. Come and join us!

Our Career Pathway Programs

Transgrid offers several Career Pathway Programs. Discover how each program integrates within our wider career pathways, offering diverse opportunities for professional growth and development.

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Our benefits

Transgrid recognises the importance of providing flexible work options for its employees in maintaining a diverse, adaptive and high performing workforce able to meet current and future needs

Diversity and inclusion

At Transgrid, we are committed to fostering an inclusive workplace where diverse thinking and ideas are valued, where all employees feel a sense of belonging, and where all are inspired to do their best each day.

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Our employee-led Rise Ally Network promotes LGBTQI+ inclusion by hosting annual events such as Wear It Purple Day and IDAHOBIT Day, giving employees a chance to come together, share and learn about the experiences of the LGBTQI+ community and their families. In partnership with the Community Engagement Team, the Rise Ally Network also encourages regional and community engagement with LGBTQI+ inclusion initiatives, by sponsoring community events such as Wagga Pride.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Can you walk us through the standard recruitment process at Transgrid?

Our recruitment process generally involves 5 steps: application, phone screen, interview, pre-employment checks and reference checks.

The first time you apply with us, you will need to create a profile on our Careers portal. This would allow you to update your personal information and apply for a role. Generally, a decision is made quite quickly after the last interview is held, and an offer is made within the week once all the checks are completed.

Can I apply for more than one position at a time?

Yes. However, a separate online application is required for each advertised position. 

What advice can you provide to external applicants looking for role at Transgrid?

Be prepared and carefully read the advertisement to determine if the role is right for you. Make sure you set up job alerts for roles of interest. We would also recommend researching TransGrid as a Company to really understand who we are and our purpose. Our Values are an important part of who we are so it is worth looking at these to see if they align with your own as this is what we look for outside of technical experience in our candidates. 

How often are new positions advertised?

Positions are advertised based on the growing demands of our business. We encourage people to regularly visit our Careers portal to check, and set up job alerts in order to be notified of roles of interest.

What's the biggest mistake entry level talent (uni students, grads, apprentices etc) make during interviews?

One of the most common mistakes entry-level talent makes is not researching Transgrid or the energy industry. An enjoyable way to research Transgrid is to read our social media posts and watch our YouTube videos at

If someone is interested in working for Transgrid but is not necessarily wanting to change jobs right now, how can they express their interest to be considered for future roles?

They can email their resume and areas of interest to

Do job seekers need a related degree?

This will depend on the type of role you are applying for. We recommend checking the position requirements in our ads which outline what/ or if a Degree is required as well as what skills and experience you need.

How do you promote diversity and inclusion in recruitment?

We work with Industry representatives to help drive our recruitment diversity and inclusion strategies to encourage an inclusive workplace. We are proud to be a Work180 endorsed employer. Work180 is a global jobs network committed to raising workplace standards for all women.

We also support three active employee networks Rise Allies (LGBTQIA+), Energise Network (gender equity) and Yarn Up (Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander network).