Our talented Operations teams help deliver electricity to millions of homes and businesses in New South Wales and the
Australian Capital Territory.
Our trade, non-trade and
technical specialists work out in the field and in our control rooms to
ensure the reliable and safe flow of electricity across the states.
Their expertise makes great things happen for Australians every day.
Join one of our teams and you will discover an environment
where everybody supports one another to stay safe, develop their skill
sets, and deliver work to the highest possible standard. The expansive
reach of our network offers you the potential for an interesting,
life-long career that is close to home and that makes a difference in
your local community.
Below you can learn about just a few of the key Operational role types and functions.
Our close-knit Trades teams – consisting predominately of qualified
power electricians and fitters – work out in the field to maintain, test
and repair equipment at TransGrid sites, such as substations. They also
contribute to small scale electrical building and development projects
to expand our infrastructure in regional New South Wales.
If you’re interested in joining our Trades team, you will need to
complete the TransGrid Electrical or Transmission Lines Apprenticeship.
Click here to learn more about these programs.
Our non-trade operational teams protect and maintain the easements
that run underneath our transmission lines. It’s a broad role that
involves liaising with land owners and vegetation management
professionals to ensure that our infrastructure has minimal impact on
the local environment.
Predominately based in regional areas, our technical specialists work
out in the field to install and maintain communication assets and
technologies such as radio towers and fiber optics. They enjoy
interesting, hands-on work that relies on electrical skills and creative
problem-solving to ensure the reliable flow of electricity through
substations and transmission lines.
Operational specialists hold the entire TransGrid network in their
hands. Based in secure control rooms, these teams monitor the flow of electricity across the
network 24/7 to ensure that the lights stay on in local communities.
Their role involves responding to faults and emergency conditions, and
redirecting electricity to ensure that all of New South Wales has
adequate power supply during peak periods.