The world of energy is changing faster than ever. At National Grid, the work you do will touch lives and shape the way we use and consume energy for generations to come. Whether you’re fresh out of school or an experienced professional, a career with us means a place at the leading edge. It means thrilling potential and the support for training and development to reach your goals. Because, as National Grid looks to the future, our people will move forward, too.
Learning and Development
At National Grid, our learning initiatives enable you to gain the knowledge and skills you need to succeed. We seek to develop your leadership, business, and technical skills by connecting you to learning and development opportunities. And this support means you can help grow the business and drive current and future performance.
Employee Resource Groups
ERGs at National Grid contribute to our shared future. They engage our employees and organization in creating and maintaining an inclusive workforce. Each group has a vision and mission to support recruitment, retention, talent development and market outreach. Our ERGs provide employees with career building, volunteering, networking and peer mentoring opportunities, along with the chance to engage with senior leaders across the company. National Grid’s current list of ERGs are:
- Alliance of Black Professionals (ABP)
- Asian Leadership Association (ALA)
- Enabling Disability Confidence (EDC)
- Hispanic Professional Association (HPA)
- Native American Indian (NAI)
- NewNet (for new hires)
- PRIDE USA
- Veterans Employee Resource Group
- Women in Networks (WiN)
- Women in Non-Traditional Roles (WiNTR)
- Work & Life Matters (WLM)
Come see what a truly inclusive and diverse work environment is all about.
Our employees are engaged with our communities every day, not only through work but also community service.
Power to Serve is National Grid’s employee volunteer program, and it supports one of our primary US goals of stewardship and community service. It’s the umbrella under which all our volunteer activities, sponsorships, and charitable activities fall.
From Earth Day volunteering to United Way donations to regular blood drives and departments’ ongoing community service days, caring National Grid employees are out there in the communities we serve. We’re donating funds to meet community needs ranging from helping the environment to educating tomorrow’s workforce … and taking advantage of the company’s charitable matching contribution program. Together, we make a real difference.