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Responsibility:
4/5
 
Work Life Balance:
4.4/5
 
Environmental Awareness:
4.5/5
 
Benefits:
4/5
 
Company Culture:
4.2/5
 
Career Progression:
4.2/5
 
Colleagues:
4.6/5
 
Training:
4.4/5
 
Enjoyment:
4.5/5
 
Overall Rating:
4.3/5
 

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What are the best and worst things about your job?

The sense of responsibility and the good feeling of helping the public.

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What are the best and worst things about your job?

Helping others

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Industry: Energy and Utilities Department: Graduate Scheme Job Title: Graduate Engineer

What are the best and worst things about your job?

Flexibility, availability of training, strong graduate cohort to work/consult/socialise with.

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Industry: Energy and Utilities Department: Construction Job Title: Quantity Surveyor

What are the best and worst things about your job?

Flexible
Always learning
Ability to experience different projects within same department

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Industry: Energy and Utilities Department: Operate and Maintain Job Title: Project Engineer

What are the best and worst things about your job?

Flexibility
The breadth of challenges and areas of work
Leadership and teamwork
High level of responsibility

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Industry: Energy and Utilities Department: Emergency Response Job Title: First Call Operative Apprentice

Industry: Energy and Utilities Department: Engineering Services Job Title: Technical Officer

What are the best and worst things about your job?

The people, especially your fellow graduates
Challenging work
Feeling valued, part of the team
Support in my aspirations (chartership, progression, experience, etc.)

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Industry: Energy and Utilities Department: CSSO - Engineering Services Job Title: Integrity Officer - PRIs

What are the best and worst things about your job?

A large variation in the work completed even though it is orientated around one asset. The varied locations that I visit as part of this work also provides interest and challenge with the varied nature of say London vs the lake district.

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Industry: Energy and Utilities Department: Construction Job Title: Project Supervisor

What are the best and worst things about your job?

Good salary and the company really looks after me as an individual.

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Industry: Energy and Utilities Department: Future of Gas Job Title: Project Manager

What are the best and worst things about your job?

Innovation is challenging and exciting.

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Industry: Energy and Utilities Department: Peterborough Job Title: PC&S

Industry: Energy and Utilities Department: Capital Delivery Job Title: Site Assurance Officer

Industry: Construction and Civil Engineering Department: Repair Job Title: Repair support

What are the best and worst things about your job?

Everyting.

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Industry: Energy and Utilities Department: Engineering Job Title: Technical Officer

What are the best and worst things about your job?

Flexibility, opportunities and line of sight of the companies strategy i.e. how I fit in.

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Industry: Energy and Utilities Department: Safety & Network Strategy Job Title: Graduate Engineer- Biomethane Connections Team

What are the best and worst things about your job?

Feel like I am learning and developing each and every day. I get a lot of exposure to the wider business. I'm passionate about the team I work in, with biomethane and decarbonisation.

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Industry: Energy and Utilities Department: Communications & External Affairs Job Title: Marketing Communications Advisor

What are the best and worst things about your job?

Busy and a wide variety of activities; plenty of opportunities to make an impact.

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Industry: Energy and Utilities Department: Operations Job Title: Engineering Graduate

What are the best and worst things about your job?

Really good exposure to the Executive Team of the company. During the first month of training, I met a lot of this team, and have given presentations to them since. They are also very approachable. I've found the company ethos is quite positive, during my time here I haven't run into too many issues or stumbling blocks where people have not wanted to help me.

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Industry: Energy and Utilities Department: Engineering Graduate Scheme Job Title: Graduate Engineer

What are the best and worst things about your job?

Flexibility to tailor your journey and experiences bespoke to you and what will maximise your development within Cadent.

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Industry: Energy and Utilities Department: Communications and External Affairs Job Title: Graduate

What are the best and worst things about your job?

Working on a project which is completely brand new, and no one has experience of it in the company. Therefore, completely getting to shape it and take it in the direction myself and my manager think is best. The project also has a huge societal and community benefit and is ethical. It's also given me huge exposure to the Exec and Board members.

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Industry: Energy and Utilities Department: Construction Job Title: Project Supervisor

What are the best and worst things about your job?

Flexibility.

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Industry: Energy and Utilities Department: Business Support Job Title: Graduate Analyst

What are the best and worst things about your job?

The flexibility that you have here when on the graduate scheme is amazing, you can really use your placements to explore as much of the business as you want to. As long as you are self-motivated, you can get involved in pretty much anything, and people are always very helpful and supportive.

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Industry: Energy and Utilities Department: Engineering Services Job Title: Integrity officer

What are the best and worst things about your job?

The varying degree of work available to me within my role.

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Industry: Energy and Utilities Department: Operations - NL O&M Job Title: Network Supervisor - Asset

What are the best and worst things about your job?

Work/Life Balance
Salary
Benefits - Car benefits
Leadership
Level of Responsibility

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Industry: Energy and Utilities Department: Regulation and External Affairs Job Title: Engagement Advisor

Industry: Energy and Utilities Department: Operations Job Title: Network Supervisor

What are the best and worst things about your job?

I have a high level of responsibility that had a direct impact on delivering company outputs.

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Industry: Energy and Utilities Department: Engineering Services Job Title: Technical Officer

What are the best and worst things about your job?

Being able to move around the business for 18 months.

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Industry: Energy and Utilities Department: Operations Job Title: Graduate Engineer

What are the best and worst things about your job?

Challenging work.

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Industry: Energy and Utilities Department: Operations Job Title: Operations Graduate

What are the best and worst things about your job?

Working outside with knowledgeable people

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Industry: Energy and Utilities Department: Operations Job Title: Graduate Trainee

What are the best and worst things about your job?

- Flexibility
- Pay
- The people
- Variety of work

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Industry: Energy and Utilities Department: Operations Job Title: Network Supervisor

What are the best and worst things about your job?

Flexibility around your personal life and every day is something different.

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Industry: Energy and Utilities Department: Operations Job Title: Graduate

What are the best and worst things about your job?

Own your project, decision making, lots of managing experience and teamwork.

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Industry: Energy and Utilities Department: Procurment Job Title: Graduate Buyer

What are the best and worst things about your job?

Stakeholder engagement, ownership of projects.

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Industry: Energy and Utilities Department: Customer Performance Job Title: Process Analyst

What are the best and worst things about your job?

Opportunity to develop and progress.

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Industry: Energy and Utilities Department: Operations Job Title: Graduate Operations Engineer

What are the best and worst things about your job?

Getting out on site and solving problems in a collaborative manner

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Industry: Energy and Utilities Department: Operations Job Title: Network Supervisor

What are the best and worst things about your job?

Development opportunities, interesting work and rewarding.

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Industry: Energy and Utilities Department: Safety & Network Strategy Job Title: Graduate Engineer

What are the best and worst things about your job?

Variety, I get to see lots of sides of the company from the fact we move placements every 6 months and get to work with a large verity of business functions, sometimes purely for the sake of exposure.

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Industry: Energy and Utilities Department: Construction Job Title: Graduate Engineer

What are the best and worst things about your job?

It's a mixture of site and office based work so I'm not stuck in the office all the time. I find this very appealing. Flexible working also a huge benefit.

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Industry: Energy and Utilities Department: Customer and Performance Job Title: Process Analyst

What are the best and worst things about your job?

Having to work with a number of different people throughout the company, problem solve and work on projects that will have a tangible positive impact on the company.

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Industry: Energy and Utilities

What are the best and worst things about your job?

The scheme is very flexible. As we have 3 placements you get the opportunity to move around the business to areas where you wouldn't usually see yourself working. This way you learn a lot about the business and it will help you to understand the path that you want to take in your career.

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Industry: Energy and Utilities

What are the best and worst things about your job?

Freedom and flexibility to organise own time/workload

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Industry: Energy and Utilities Department: Operations Job Title: Graduate Engineer

What are the best and worst things about your job?

I get to work with great people who all bring something different to the table. I am able to make an impact right on the frontline which affects millions of people, that level of responsibility is hard to get elsewhere.

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Industry: Energy and Utilities Department: Scheduling and Dispatch Job Title: Graduate Engineer

What are the best and worst things about your job?

They really cater for employee needs. Support the development of their people.

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Industry: Energy and Utilities Department: Operations Job Title: Graduate Engineer

What are the best and worst things about your job?

Flexible (location and timing).

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Industry: Energy and Utilities Department: Operations Job Title: Repair Supervisor

What are the best and worst things about your job?

Good opportunity to have a challenging role straight off the graduate scheme - becoming a Supervisor with direct reports. The company has a progressive attitude to work life balance, you will not be expected to work over your hours and the days are not as rigid as other companies.

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Industry: Energy and Utilities Department: Network Stategy Job Title: Graduate Engineer

What are the best and worst things about your job?

Freedom of the graduate scheme to develop the necessary skills for a career.

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Industry: Energy and Utilities Department: General Counsel & Legal Job Title: Assurance Specialist

Industry: Energy and Utilities

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Industry: Energy and Utilities Department: Regulation & External Affairs

What are the best and worst things about your job?

- The variety of work there is the opportunity to get involved with, enabling development of a variety of skills.
- The exposure you get to the senior leadership team and networking opportunities whilst on the graduate scheme.
- High level of responsibility you are given.
- Opportunities to explore the business, go out on site visits etc. if this is going to aid your development.
- The personal development training which is completed as part of the scheme has been invaluable.

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Industry: Energy and Utilities Department: Operations Job Title: Graduate

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Industry: Energy and Utilities, Oil & Gas Engineering Department: Safety & Network Strategy Job Title: Graduate

Industry: Energy and Utilities, Energy Rotational Graduate Scheme Job Title: Graduate

Industry: Energy and Utilities, Energy Rotational Graduate Scheme Department: Operations Job Title: Graduate Engineer

Industry: Energy and Utilities, Oil & Gas Engineering Job Title: Graduate Engineer

Industry: Energy and Utilities, Energy Rotational Graduate Scheme Department: Operations Job Title: Graduate Engineer

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Industry: Energy and Utilities, Oil & Gas Engineering Job Title: Graduate Process Analyst

Industry: Energy and Utilities, Oil & Gas Engineering Department: Safety and Network Strategy Job Title: Innovation Graduate

Industry: Energy and Utilities Department: E&I

Industry: Energy and Utilities Department: Emergency Response

Industry: Engineering and Manufacturing Department: Emergency Response

What are the best and worst things about your job?

Earn whilst you learn.

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Industry: Energy and Utilities Department: Apprentice/ Field Force

What are the best and worst things about your job?

As with all jobs, a good team and management will make or break it, fortunately, I have a good district.
Its good to be out and about instead of stuck inside a factory all day and a chance to meet some good people.

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Industry: Energy and Utilities Department: Fco

Industry: Engineering and Manufacturing Department: FCO

What are the best and worst things about your job?

The way we get the opportunity to impact people’s life’s for the better.

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Industry: Energy and Utilities Department: Emergency Response

What are the best and worst things about your job?

Lots of support, good salary.

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Industry: Energy and Utilities´ Department: E&I

What are the best and worst things about your job?

Enjoyable

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Industry: Energy and Utilities Department: Emergency Operations

What are the best and worst things about your job?

Independence, outside, not stuck in an office all day, hands on, challenging.

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Industry: Energy and Utilities Department: FCO

What are the best and worst things about your job?

No two jobs are the same

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Industry: Engineering and Manufacturing Department: Electrical

What are the best and worst things about your job?

Hours and collegues

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Industry: Charity, Education & Public Sector Department: Emergency First Response

What are the best and worst things about your job?

Waking up in the morning.

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Industry: Energy and Utilities Department: Gas

Industry: Energy and Utilities Department: E&I

Industry: Energy and Utilities Department: Emergency Response

What are the best and worst things about your job?

Work isn’t physically tasking, the role is varied and you have a lot of freedom.

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Industry: Energy and Utilities Department: First call operative

What are the best and worst things about your job?

That no job is the same, you won’t know what could come next and assessing each job as its own.

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Industry: Energy and Utilities Department: Apprentice fco

What are the best and worst things about your job?

Diversity of jobs

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Industry: Energy and Utilities Department: Repair

Industry: Energy and Utilities Department: Operate and maintain

What are the best and worst things about your job?

Travel to different sites for work, every week is different and have had the opportunity to see many new places.

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Industry: Engineering and Manufacturing Department: GAS ENGINEER

What are the best and worst things about your job?

No two days are the same and the support network from other engineers

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Industry: Energy and Utilities Department: Commercial

What are the best and worst things about your job?

-It's so varied
-I'm travelling to new places a lot, colleagues all over England have become friends and we look forward to coming together for our training sessions.
-Accountability-I have my own tasks that I am responsible for and can take ownership in delivering outputs.
-Support
-Training
-Career prospects

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Industry: Energy and Utilities Department: IS commercial and procurement

What are the best and worst things about your job?

The people I work with,
The training package,
Career Progression

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Industry: Transport, Logistics and Distribution Department: Connections

What are the best and worst things about your job?

The development opportunities that come with role and exposure to different teams

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Industry: Energy and Utilities Department: Emergency

What are the best and worst things about your job?

everyday is not the same, meet new people, challenging, fun

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Industry: Energy and Utilities Department: Gas, FCO

What are the best and worst things about your job?

Pay.
Independence it allows you to have.
Numerous working benefits and support.
Very interesting job, see all parts of society, meeting all different kinds of people.

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Industry: Engineering and Manufacturing Department: Fco

What are the best and worst things about your job?

The different people you meet on a daily basis

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Industry: Energy and Utilities Department: NW

What are the best and worst things about your job?

Everyone I work with I get along with, and they are teaching me new things every day. They really have made me feel welcome and part of the team.

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Industry: Energy and Utilities Department: E&I

Industry: Energy and Utilities Department: Repair engineer

Industry: Engineering and Manufacturing Department: Electrical and Instrumentation

Industry: Engineering and Manufacturing Department: Emergency

What are the best and worst things about your job?

Relaxed, good support, enjoyable work.

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Industry: Engineering and Manufacturing Department: PC&S

What are the best and worst things about your job?

Technically challenging.

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Industry: Engineering and Manufacturing Department: Gas

Industry: Energy and Utilities Department: Repair

What are the best and worst things about your job?

Working as a team and knowing you're a vital service to the country and customers as well as the huge practical aspect. Also how you have to know what you're doing as it isn't just a like a mindless factory job, you have to think and know every aspect and risk and process to be successful.

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Industry: Energy and Utilities Department: Repair

What are the best and worst things about your job?

- The responsibility given within the job
- Being offered opportunities to move up within the company
- Qualifications gained
- Variation within the work you carry out

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Industry: Support Services (Including Recruitment) Department: FCO emergency response

What are the best and worst things about your job?

We are given responsibility and the chance to prove ourselves. Set to go out on our own with full training.

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Industry: Energy and Utilities Department: Repair

What are the best and worst things about your job?

Good money and enjoyable work

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Industry: Energy and Utilities Department: Repair

What are the best and worst things about your job?

Being able to go to different places and different types of jobs. Meeting new people.

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Industry: Energy and Utilities Department: Repair and Replace

What are the best and worst things about your job?

The camaraderie, job satisfaction, opportunities to learn, progression as a person and your skills.

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Industry: Energy and Utilities Department: Repair

What are the best and worst things about your job?

Being outdoors and not every day is the same

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Industry: Construction and Civil Engineering Department: FCO

What are the best and worst things about your job?

Enjoyable/ not stuck in an office

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Industry: Energy and Utilities Department: West Midlands E+I

What are the best and worst things about your job?

Different every day, trained to a high level.

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Industry: Energy and Utilities Department: Gas

Industry: Energy and Utilities Department: Gas

Industry: Engineering and Manufacturing Department: Emergency

What are the best and worst things about your job?

No two jobs are ever the same.

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Industry: Energy and Utilities Department: Repair

What are the best and worst things about your job?

Being outside

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Industry: Energy and Utilities Department: Apprentice

What are the best and worst things about your job?

Time flexibility, independence and variety.

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Industry: Energy and Utilities Department: Emergency Response

What are the best and worst things about your job?

How from day to day anything and everything can be different which makes it really exciting.

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Industry: Energy and Utilities Department: FCO

What are the best and worst things about your job?

Workforce, training, opportunities, tasks.

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Industry: Energy and Utilities Department: Operations

Industry: Engineering and Manufacturing Department: Gas Engineer

Industry: Engineering and Manufacturing Department: FCO

What are the best and worst things about your job?

The work and experience gained on a day-to-day basis.

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Industry: Engineering and Manufacturing Department: FCO

What are the best and worst things about your job?

Colleagues, salary

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Industry: Engineering and Manufacturing Department: Emergency Services

What are the best and worst things about your job?

Being part of a team.
Every day is different.
Learning everything about the job.
Saving lives and property.

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Industry: Energy and Utilities Department: Emergency

Industry: Energy and Utilities Department: Repair

What are the best and worst things about your job?

Working environments.

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Industry: Engineering and Manufacturing Department: Electrical and instrumentation

Industry: Energy and Utilities Department: Repair

Industry: Energy and Utilities Department: Emergency response

What are the best and worst things about your job?

I enjoy the different day to day working life, every job I do is different from the last and this is the part I enjoy most about the job.

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Industry: Energy and Utilities Department: Gas Repair

Industry: Energy and Utilities Department: Emergency

What are the best and worst things about your job?

Pay.

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Industry: Energy and Utilities Department: First Response

What are the best and worst things about your job?

Seeing new people, making them happy, generally doing well at the job.

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Industry: Energy and Utilities Department: Fieldforce

Industry: Engineering and Manufacturing Department: Cas

What are the best and worst things about your job?

Work-life balance when out of the apprenticeship.
Extra hours, time if required.
Training is very good.
Good salary for an apprenticeship.

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Industry: Energy and Utilities Department: HR/Operations

What are the best and worst things about your job?

The support given throughout my apprenticeship so far has been second to none as well as the training. I’m yet to meet a colleague I don’t get along with.

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Industry: Energy and Utilities Department: Engineer

What are the best and worst things about your job?

Working outside
Training
Work life balance

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Industry: Energy and Utilities Department: Operate and Maintain

Industry: Energy and Utilities Department: Electrical and Instrumentation

What are the best and worst things about your job?

Everything else other than going away for training.

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Industry: Energy and Utilities Department: Repair Engineer

Industry: Engineering and Manufacturing Department: E and I

What are the best and worst things about your job?

Hours.

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Industry: Energy and Utilities Department: Pressure Control & Storage

What are the best and worst things about your job?

The freedom.

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Industry: Engineering and Manufacturing Department: Electrical and Instrumentation Engineering

What are the best and worst things about your job?

Everything I love!

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Industry: Engineering and Manufacturing Department: Operations

What are the best and worst things about your job?

Variety in jobs

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Industry: Energy and Utilities Department: Field force appreciate

Industry: Energy and Utilities Department: Apprenticeships

What are the best and worst things about your job?

No job is the same

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Industry: Energy and Utilities Department: Gas Distribution

What are the best and worst things about your job?

Every day is different so it doesn't get boring. Meeting new people everyday.

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Industry: Engineering and Manufacturing Department: Gas

Industry: Engineering and Manufacturing Department: Emergency Response

Industry: Engineering and Manufacturing Department: Gas FCO

What are the best and worst things about your job?

Good money
Customer interaction

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Industry: Engineering and Manufacturing

Industry: Energy and Utilities Department: Skills and competence

What are the best and worst things about your job?

Interesting work

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Industry: Engineering and Manufacturing Department: FCO emergency

What are the best and worst things about your job?

The best thing for me is the variety of work. Working with different people day to day, and facing a variety of jobs throughout the week.

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Industry: Energy and Utilities Department: Gas

What are the best and worst things about your job?

Technical skills.
Working within a team.

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Industry: Energy and Utilities Department: Gas Industry

What are the best and worst things about your job?

Varied work
Good training
Mobile
Can be challenging
Important
potentially life saving

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Industry: Energy and Utilities Department: Gas

What are the best and worst things about your job?

Variety, Colleagues,
Salary,
Working outdoors, freedom, driving, challenging, mentally stimulating.

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Industry: Energy and Utilities Department: Operate and Maintain

What are the best and worst things about your job?

National Grid terms and conditions
Van and fuel card provided
Tools, PPE and consumables provided
Enjoyable variety of work that involves some travel
Expenses fully paid when away from home

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Industry: Energy and Utilities Department: Electrical and Instrumentation

What are the best and worst things about your job?

I just love my Job.

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Industry: Energy and Utilities Department: Electrical & Instrumentation

What are the best and worst things about your job?

It's easy

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Industry: Energy and Utilities Department: Repair

What are the best and worst things about your job?

Good hours and work as part of a team

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Industry: Energy and Utilities Department: Emergency response

What are the best and worst things about your job?

Wage, training quality, support available within the role.

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Industry: Energy and Utilities

What are the best and worst things about your job?

The best thing about my job is that I am involved in a great industry with a lot of room to learn, improve and to progress.

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Industry: Engineering and Manufacturing Department: FCO

What are the best and worst things about your job?

Having a lot of responsibility

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Industry: Energy and Utilities Department: Emergency

What are the best and worst things about your job?

You get to work in certain jobs where there is a major gas leak and all sectors of the emergency services are looking to you for leadership.

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Industry: Energy and Utilities Department: Operate and Maintain

Industry: Energy & Utilities

What are the best and worst things about your job?

Variety of work
Training
Team work

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Industry: Energy and Utilities Department: Gas

What are the best and worst things about your job?

Colleagues

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Industry: Energy and Utilities Department: Field Force

Industry: - Select Industry - Department: Emergency

What are the best and worst things about your job?

Helping out customers.

The colleagues I work with.

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Industry: Energy and Utilities

Industry: Energy and Utilities Department: FCO

Industry: Energy and Utilities Department: Field Force Engineer

What are the best and worst things about your job?

The sporadic nature of day to day work where no two days are the same where I am able to learn a trade and build a career path on the job, working within the community and making a difference.

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Industry: Energy and Utilities Department: Repair

Industry: Engineering and Manufacturing

Industry: Engineering and Manufacturing Department: Gas

What are the best and worst things about your job?

- Job Security
- Career Progression
- Available Training
- Benefits Package
- Great Wage

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Industry: Energy and Utilities Department: Emergency

What are the best and worst things about your job?

You are your own boss, you manage your time; for example holidays and shifts and you work from your van.

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Industry: Energy and Utilities Department: Gas Transporter

What are the best and worst things about your job?

It's different every day
High salary
Working with the customers

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Industry: Engineering and Manufacturing

Industry: Energy and Utilities

What are the best and worst things about your job?

Good Salary and good people within the company.

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Industry: Energy and Utilities

What are the best and worst things about your job?

Different scenarios on a daily basis. No two jobs are the same.

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Industry: Energy and Utilities, Oil & Gas Engineering Department: Gas

Industry: Energy and Utilities, Oil & Gas Engineering Department: North london

Industry: Energy and Utilities, Oil & Gas Engineering Department: Gas

Industry: Energy and Utilities, Oil & Gas Engineering

Department: Gas Distribution

Industry: Engineering and Manufacturing, Mechanical Engineering Department: Emergency Response

Industry: Energy and Utilities, Oil & Gas Engineering

Industry: Energy and Utilities, Oil & Gas Engineering Department: PC & S

Industry: Energy and Utilities, Oil & Gas Engineering

Industry: Energy and Utilities, Oil & Gas Engineering Department: Gas Distribution

Industry: Energy and Utilities, Oil & Gas Engineering Department: PC&S

Industry: Energy and Utilities, Oil & Gas Engineering Department: FCO

Industry: Energy and Utilities, Oil & Gas Engineering Department: Gas Distribution

Industry: Engineering and Manufacturing, Mechanical Engineering Department: GD

Industry: Energy and Utilities, Oil & Gas Engineering

Industry: Energy and Utilities, Oil & Gas Engineering Department: Gas Distribution

Industry: Energy and Utilities, Oil & Gas Engineering Department: Electrical and Instrumentation

Industry: Energy and Utilities, Oil & Gas Engineering

Industry: Energy and Utilities, Oil & Gas Engineering Department: Gas Emergency

Industry: Energy and Utilities, Oil & Gas Engineering Department: Emergency Response

Industry: Energy and Utilities, Oil & Gas Engineering Department: Gas Distribution

Industry: Energy and Utilities, Oil & Gas Engineering Department: Gas Distribution

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Make sure you have good attendance and a well-detailed CV.

Interview Advice:

Make sure you do research into the company.

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Be confident and willingness to learn.

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The application process was similar to most others, consisting of: online application, aptitude test, video interview, assessment centre. The application process was more friendly/relaxed than I had experienced with other applications and people were keen to assist in the application process.

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Having a good background understanding of what the company does and their role/responsibility within the energy sector helped me with the interview process along with an understanding of the direction the company is heading moving forward.

Graduate Engineer, Graduate Scheme at Cadent
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Application Advice:

Do your research on the company

Interview Advice:

Confidence and passion for the role and industry
Demonstrate what you can bring to the company

Quantity Surveyor, Construction at Cadent
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Application Advice:

Be honest, do your research. This company has a long and storied history even though it has only existed under its current name for approximately 4 years.

Interview Advice:

It isn't just about being intelligent; you need to be able to think on your feet, have a mind for problem solving and be engaging. They hire based on your ability to communicate and get along with people, not just on your grades. Are you somebody they will want to work with for the foreseeable future?

Technical Officer, Engineering Services at Cadent
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Interview Advice:

Prepare an understanding of the gas industry and where the company sits within this industry.

Integrity Officer – PRIs, CSSO – Engineering Services at Cadent
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Interview Advice:

Learn the core values and make sure all your answers can relate to at least one value.

Project Supervisor, Construction at Cadent
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Application Advice:

Understand the role of the UK gas industry.

Interview Advice:

Be clear, confident and approachable.

Project Manager, Future of Gas at Cadent
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Application Advice:

Stand out.

Interview Advice:

Stand out.

Repair Support, Repair at Cadent
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Interview Advice:

Know the gas industry basics! Beach to meter, RIIO mechanism, fundamentals of gas (methane).

Technical Officer, Engineering at Cadent
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Application Advice:

Show your genuine passions and interests. Do your background research on the company.

Interview Advice:

Prepare for your anticipated questions. Be yourself.

Graduate Engineer- Biomethane Connections Team, Safety & Network Strategy at Cadent
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Application Advice:

Take the time over it; it's your chance to sell yourself so don't rush multiple applications at once. Quality over quantity.

Interview Advice:

Be yourself, but also come prepared with ready examples that demonstrate your competencies.

Marketing Communications Advisor, Communications & External Affairs at Cadent
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Interview Advice:

Make sure you do your research on Cadent, so you know how they operate and their business model for the assessment center.

Engineering Graduate, Operations at Cadent
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Application Advice:

Understand what Cadent do in terms of their core functions, their goals and motivations for this.

Interview Advice:

Truly and honestly, be yourself.

Think about what value you can bring, what you want to get out of Cadent and consider short-term and long-term goals.

Graduate Engineer, Engineering Graduate Scheme at Cadent
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Application Advice:

Highlight that you're willing to understand the industry and your relevant experience for the role.

Interview Advice:

Communicate your personality well, show enthusiasm and understanding of Cadent's challenges.

Graduate, Communications and External Affairs at Cadent
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Application Advice:

Learn the company's values!

Interview Advice:

Learn the values and give examples of how you live/work to them now.

Project Supervisor, Construction at Cadent
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Application Advice:

Although this isn't paramount, think about whether you are willing to relocate to areas across the network, as this is a high possibility, particularly in operations.

Interview Advice:

Do your homework around Cadent as a business, and the wider energy and utilities industry, and the future challenges it may face. Show your enthusiasm and be yourself.

Graduate Analyst, Business support at Cadent
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Application Advice:

Be prepared for the telephone interview and ensure your CV is not generic but tailored towards a role in the Gas industry.

Interview Advice:

Prepare the background understanding of how Cadent operates, where it operates, regulator and what we do as a distribution network.

Integrity officer, Engineering Services at Cadent
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Application Advice:

You have to come in with an open mind to develop your leadership beyond just focusing on technical and one directional development. The business is rewarding for those who wish to be future leaders. Think carefully about your ambitions and how you articulate that on paper.

Interview Advice:

Be calm and let your experience and engagement with people in previous roles or tasks show.

Network Supervisor – Asset, Operations – NL O&M at Cadent
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Application Advice:

Research the company - have an understanding of what the company's aims are for the financial year and how the role you are applying for fits into that.

Interview Advice:

Ask questions at the end of the interview that show that you are interested in the role you have applied for.
Ask the interviewers about their job and what they like about it and what they find most challenging.
Ask the interviewers what advice they would give you if you are successful for your first week.

Engagement Advisor, Regulation and External Affairs at Cadent
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Application Advice:

Research what the company does.

Interview Advice:

Give a variety of different examples for competency questions and give your honest thoughts, they will be interested in getting to know your character not just what you know.

Network Supervisor, Operations at Cadent
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Application Advice:

I benefited from knowing someone in the company already and they put a good word in for me. I still had to apply, phone interview, assessment centre - but it also helped to be able to learn about the ethos at Cadent; personable, respectable, eager to help.

Interview Advice:

I was asked a lot about the company and industry, and in feedback was told my knowledge was not "standard". They only offered me a job because I performed well in all other sections.

Technical Officer, Engineering Services at Cadent
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Application Advice:

Be clear on what you offer.

Interview Advice:

Be yourself and make sure you understand what the key priorities are in the energy industry.

Graduate Engineer, Operations at Cadent
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Application Advice:

Be honest

Interview Advice:

Be honest and offer a view on your future plans and what you personally can bring to the company or a team within the company

Operations Graduate, Operations at Cadent
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Interview Advice:

Be yourself! This company places a huge emphasis on your personality and your behaviour, so don't worry about coming across overly corporate.

Graduate Trainee, Operations at Cadent
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Application Advice:

Show well rounded social skills for an engineering environment.

Interview Advice:

Well rounded social skills.

Graduate, Operations at Cadent
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Interview Advice:

Good knowledge on the industry, commercial awareness.

Graduate Buyer, Procurment at Cadent
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Application Advice:

Do your homework on the company history, understand its values and what it is delivering.

Interview Advice:

Be yourself.

Process Analyst, Customer Performance at Cadent
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Application Advice:

Show enthusiasm to learn and soak up the knowledge of the experienced employees in the company.

Interview Advice:

Standard/straightforward interview style - take time to think of answers and don't lie!

Graduate Operations Engineer, Operations at Cadent
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Interview Advice:

The interview is very much about you personally rather than a question and answer of what you know about the company - which I believe is the right way to getting the right people for your company.

Network Supervisor, Operations at Cadent
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Application Advice:

I think the one thing my grad cohort have in common is we're easy going but motivated to achieve. No one comes across as "fake" or as only in it for themselves, so being honest and a down to earth person seemed to have helped us.

Interview Advice:

I was asked all the typical interview questions plus what I knew of the gas industry, which at the time was very little, this was fed back to me afterwards as going against me. Next time I would read up more than I did.

Graduate Engineer, Safety & Network Strategy at Cadent
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Application Advice:

Do your research on the company and learn about its various departments, then you'll be able to figure out which department correlates with your interests. Keep an open mind. Be able to demonstrate that you can work collaboratively.

Interview Advice:

Gain a good understanding of the energy industry current affairs and the challenges it's facing. Always employ the STAR technique, especially when answering competency based questions. Finally just be yourself as this is mostly what the interviewers are interested in, knowing as much as they can within that short period of time about YOU!!!

Graduate Engineer, Construction at Cadent
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Application Advice:

Read the job descriptions on the website to get an understanding on what skills and competencies are required for the role you're applying for, and make sure you know how you can meet those competencies.

Process Analyst, Customer and Performance at Cadent
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Application Advice:

Make sure that you apply as early as possible, and tailor your application to Cadent and the role/business area you are applying for.

Interview Advice:

Research the company and the wider sector, and be confident to answer questions on this. Also be prepared to answer competency and behavior based questions. Don't worry about the interview though, just be yourself and try to relax.

Cadent
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Application Advice:

Focus on skills - wherever and whenever you might have developed/shown them

Interview Advice:

Be yourself

Cadent
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Application Advice:

Go into as much detail as you can in your answers and pick interesting unusual examples to make your application stand out. Do a lot of research on Cadent and the energy market as a whole.

Interview Advice:

Be confident and honest. Take your time before speaking and bring as much knowledge as you can from your research.

The individual presentation is all about reading information quickly and churning out the key points.

The group task is all about listening to others, inputting useful ideas and using your time well.

The interview itself involves 4 questions, one about Cadent, one about the energy market and the last 2 are competency based questions.

Graduate Engineer, Operations at Cadent
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Application Advice:

Learn what the company does, bu more importantly learn about their "values".

Interview Advice:

Prepare examples which match the company's values.

Graduate Engineer, Operations at Cadent
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Application Advice:

Have examples to back up what you write e.g. competencies.

Interview Advice:

Be yourself, personality is as important as achievements. Have a variety of examples prepared for the competency questions. Don't overthink the assessment centre, the assessors are friendly and want you to be successful.

Repair Supervisor, Operations at Cadent
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Application Advice:

Prepare for the telephone interview with research into company background.

Interview Advice:

Research into the company background and distribution of gas in the UK. Key points being the regulator and ownerships of networks.

Graduate Engineer, Network Stategy at Cadent
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Interview Advice:

- Read up on Cadent's history
- Read up on what Cadent does/how the company operates
- Be prepared to think of situations where you have demonstrated particular skills

Regulation & External Affairs at Cadent
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Interview Advice:

Make sure you have a good understanding of the business values and demonstrate how they link with your work and personal life.

Cadent
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Application Advice:

Try to include key words from the job specification within your application. Tailor your application to the job.

Interview Advice:

Try to self reflect when explaining your competencies as there is always room for improvement. Be different and try to stand out from the crowd with your examples whilst also showing your ability to work well within a team.

Graduate, Operations at Cadent
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Application Advice:

Definitely apply for this role. It is well worth it and will teach you a lot, not just the job itself.

Interview Advice:

Confident, be yourself, don't worry about how others are getting on.

Apprentice Role, at Cadent
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Application Advice:

Everyone has a 2:1, everyone was in a society at University, everyone went travelling on their gap year - Instead, use the application to explain why you want to work in the UK gas industry and show passion for solving engineering problems and finding innovative solutions to long standing issues.

Interview Advice:

DO. YOUR. HOMEWORK. Research the company thoroughly and understand the business area/role you are applying for. Be able to confidently explain how the business fits in with the wider industry and be able to demonstrate a technical appreciation for types of gas assets in the network. Research the regulatory framework under which the business is regulated and how it earns money. You will get asked these questions!

Graduate, Safety & Network Strategy at Cadent
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Interview Advice:

Read through the Graduate behaviours on the website and have examples of when you have demonstrated these skills/characteristics.

Graduate, at Cadent
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Application Advice:

Please try to be yourself and make sure you understand the role you have applied to. Think about what you can bring to the table and how you want to portray that in the assessments. Try to prepare the reasons why you want to join us. Also make sure you understand what we do as a business from a commercial and engineering perspective, who our customers are and what our values are.

Interview Advice:

Preparations.
Read about the company and match your skills to the role.
Have a great sense of teamwork.

Graduate Engineer, Operations at Cadent
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Application Advice:

Read the website to gain an understanding of the company, what it does and its culture, especially looking at the Graduate Competencies.

Graduate Engineer, at Cadent
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Application Advice:

Try and apply as early as you can and be patient as they sometimes take a while to get back to you. Be honest and provide as much information about previous jobs, experiences and extra curricular activities as you will never know what can catch their eye. You also need to be prepared to move around during the scheme as they require you to be flexible. Most of the roles are not heavily technical as they usually outsource these type of activities so that's something to consider for those who are very technically biased, you're not going to be spending all day doing calculations.

Interview Advice:

Do your research on the industry and company along with its current affairs as you will probably get a question on this. Know the company's core values. Prepare for competency based questions and calm your nerves, the assessors are not there to catch you out. Just be yourself and everything else will fall into place.

Graduate Engineer, Operations at Cadent
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Application Advice:

Make sure you thoroughly prepare for the testing, feel free to re-record the video interview until you think it's just right, but don't over think it too much.

Interview Advice:

Really research the industry and company beforehand as they do ask questions to test your knowledge of this.
Prepare answers to questions around the core values of the company, and make sure you use a variety of different things that you've done to display this.
If they ask you if you have other offers be honest with them about it.

Graduate, Operations at Cadent
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Application Advice:

If you're seeking an engineering career, look carefully. This is a company in the engineering industry but does not do much engineering on a day to day basis as most activities revolve around maintaining a vast pre-existing network of infrastructure, with a lot of the actual large project work outsourced.
However, if you're looking to see how a large business in the energy industry grows and operates, this company is definitely worth applying to. It provides exposure to all levels of the business in a rapidly evolving industry. In applying, make your goals clear - what would you like to see/be involved in?

Interview Advice:

Prepare for your assessment centre by reading up on the industry. Be mentally agile and prepared to adapt to new situations. Emphasise your ability to build on others and support others, not just your ability to shine.

Graduate Process Analyst, at Cadent
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Application Advice:

Do your research.

Interview Advice:

Prepare for competency based questions - don't be nervous.

Innovation Graduate, Safety and Network Strategy at Cadent
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Best:

The sense of helping the public

Worst:

The travelling to training

Emergency Response Engineer, Gas at Cadent
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Best:

You receive lots of help

FCO, Apprentice at Cadent
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Best:

prioritise graduate progression
give good training
opportunities to work in different areas within the same company

Worst:

No international work
Utilities is a slow sector - change is usually slower than other sectors

Quantity Surveyor, Construction at Cadent
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Best:

Recently split from a larger company so now has the room to tailor their values, culture and processes to the customer and our main objectives. The change in the company over the past 2 years has been incredible and definitely bodes well for the future.

Worst:

Because the company has existed in many forms for the past 200 years, it has previously been very slow to change. It carried a 'Well, we have always done it this way' culture and attitude which is thankfully being challenged more by new leadership and an increased intake of staff from many different industries and backgrounds.

Technical Officer, Engineering Services at Cadent
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Best:

Good culture for flexible working and arrangements to support employees who have varied roles

Worst:

Can be hierarchical which can be difficult to ensure completion of porjects ideas etc.

Integrity Officer – PRIs, CSSO – Engineering Services at Cadent
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Best:

There is a bi push on personal development.

Worst:

Large company with very different functions which can sometimes feel detached to other parts of the company.

Project Supervisor, Construction at Cadent
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Best:

Very inclusive and self aware. Striving to be the best.

Worst:

Industry is reactive however this is changing.

Project Manager, Future of Gas at Cadent
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Best:

job

Worst:

one file.

Repair Support, Repair at Cadent
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Best:

Opportunities.

Worst:

Feels like constant the company is always being reorganised (could be because gone through huge changes during my shot time with the business).

Technical Officer, Engineering at Cadent
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Best:

The types of opportunities available are vast. Decarbonisation and green gas is one of the company's focuses which is something I am very passionate about.

Worst:

There can be a lot of technical blockers or push back to new ideas sometimes.

Graduate Engineer- Biomethane Connections Team, Safety & Network Strategy at Cadent
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Best:

Good opportunities for progression, great training on offer and good pay. People are treated well

Worst:

Management, structure and organisation can be frustrating

Marketing Communications Advisor, Communications & External Affairs at Cadent
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Best:

Supportive working environment with access to the senior leadership team with ease. No opportunites are kept from you and if you ask and enquire, people will always try to help.
Flexible working environment with understanding you have other commitments, managers seem willing to help you work round your personal life.
If you show willingness to learn, motivation and interest in the company and it's pepople, progression is easy to get.
It is a great company and I've really enjoyed working here and not being an engineer has been an advantage rather than a disadvantage because the company is full of people who view things the same way.

Worst:

The location of Cadent is an inconvenience and because of it's location it is lacking in the much needed talent to solve some of the company's challenges. Due to the lack of talent, you also find the people you are working with have very little self-motivation making it difficult to deliver at a quick pace. This is also similar with the ageing workforce, mostly in operations who outright refuse to adapt and help those trying to bring in change and working conditions and tools which will help them.
The introduction of the new contracts to the graduate cohort was dealt with poorly with minimal communciation/understanding and I therefore, lost a bit of loyalty to Cadent. And then they made the same mistakes with the new graduates and advertised things on the job board which weren't given. HR within the company needs a revamp itself.

Graduate, Communications and External Affairs at Cadent
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Best:

The best thing about Cadent is that there is a big focus on work-life balance and employee wellbeing. I also think it is great that they are a very socially responsible company who puts their customers first.

Worst:

Sometimes it can be very difficult to implement change due to the culture of the business, many people have worked here for a long time and can get 'stuck in their ways'.

Graduate Analyst, Business support at Cadent
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Best:

Stable company in a relatively stable industry that remains largely unaffected from external political factors.

Worst:

A culture that can be really slow to change the way it operates.

Integrity officer, Engineering Services at Cadent
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Best:

Benefits
Management
Flexibility
Salary

Worst:

Lots of Red tapes
Continuous organizational re-structuring which can be very inconveniencing

Network Supervisor – Asset, Operations – NL O&M at Cadent
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Best:

Plenty of opportunities and good work life balance.

Worst:

Department silos.

Network Supervisor, Operations at Cadent
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Best:

The opportunities for professional progression.

Worst:

They don't cover Scotland.

Technical Officer, Engineering Services at Cadent
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Best:

Great support network, everyone is willing to help.

Graduate Engineer, Operations at Cadent
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Best:

Exciting, important front line work

Worst:

Overly powerful 'central' functions

Operations Graduate, Operations at Cadent
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Best:

- Good people
- Opportunity to travel within the UK
- Pays generously for most roles

Worst:

- Too siloed
- Not the best office locations!
- Terrible structure

Graduate Trainee, Operations at Cadent
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Best:

Challenges available

Worst:

People get comfortable

Network Supervisor, Operations at Cadent
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Best:

major in the business

Worst:

not international environment, low London presence

Graduate Buyer, Procurment at Cadent
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Best:

Career opportunities.
Job Security.
Workplace Atmosphere.
Work / Life Balance.

Worst:

Bias towards Engineering Graduates.
Mixed reception to people on the graduate scheme.

Process Analyst, Customer Performance at Cadent
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Best:

The support you get as graduates in terms of training and day-to-day support & respect from colleagues

Worst:

Some central processes are slow

Graduate Operations Engineer, Operations at Cadent
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Best:

Provides really interesting work and an excellent work life balance.

Worst:

Management of the business can seem more focused on money than anything else which should be more important.

Network Supervisor, Operations at Cadent
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Best:

We've recently undergone a large business change (having been sold off in 2017) so the new owners are driving a grate deal of change, which is exciting for someone new to the company. It feels like people are wanting to hear what us as grads have to say to inspire change.

Worst:

Moral seems to have taken a dip among a select few as not everyone is supportive as change as others.

Graduate Engineer, Safety & Network Strategy at Cadent
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Best:

The culture is very inclusive. Employees are also able to do side-ways movements and try out different roles.

Worst:

Some bureaucracy exists, which can be very inconveniencing.

Graduate Engineer, Construction at Cadent
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Best:

The work life balance and benefits of the company are excellent, as well as the opportunity to get involved in a variety of different projects, and build a diverse skillset.

Worst:

The company can sometimes be slow-moving, bureaucratic and resistant to change.

Process Analyst, Customer and Performance at Cadent
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Best:

Trust in employees
Flexibility
Availability of senior management

Worst:

Cost cutting associated with separation from National Grid

Cadent
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Best:

Networking opportunities, career progression and they focus primarily on their people.

Worst:

High percentage of the older generation don't like change and therefore prefer the "I've always done it this way" method.

Graduate Engineer, Operations at Cadent
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Best:

Company benefits. They also leave you with your own responsibility.

Worst:

People can be hard to deal with.

Graduate Engineer, Scheduling and Dispatch at Cadent
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Best:

Wide range of job roles within one company and ease to move between them.

Worst:

Different departments are not always cohesive.

Graduate Engineer, Operations at Cadent
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Best:

Good work life balance, very decent salaries/benefits packages, friendly employees that are very willing to help new starters.

Worst:

Sometimes there is a lack of communication between the office and field staff - this is something the company is currently focusing on improving.

Repair Supervisor, Operations at Cadent
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Best:

the wide range of business areas available to graduates in terms of jobs potentially not associated with the chosen degree

Worst:

Segmented working and lack of communication between departments.

Graduate Engineer, Network Stategy at Cadent
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Best:

- Great benefits package
- Generous annual leave allowance
- Caring working environment
- Flexibility to work from different office locations
- High focus on personal development and career progression
- Always plenty of opportunities to get involved in ad-hoc work outside of your direct job role.
- A huge amount of support from a variety of sources: graduate scheme program, you can seek out mentors, coaches and buddies within the business, line managers etc.

Worst:

Being a larger organization it can sometimes take longer to get things done (for example: getting work approved, as there could be a few approvers at different levels which need to see the document before it can be signed off).

Again being a larger organization, it's sometimes not clear who your point of contact is if you have a query at all. However, there are always people around you who can point you in the right direction and you'll get the right contact in the end.

Regulation & External Affairs at Cadent
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Best:

Get exposure to senior people throughout the business & these people are willing to spend time with you to aid your development.

Graduate, Operations at Cadent
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Best:

Ethics

Graduate Engineer, Operations at Cadent
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Best:

loads of room for moving up, no limits within company, loads of benefits for employees

Worst:

Company can at times be too big, distance between field force and managers is alot at times

Apprentice Role, at Cadent
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Best:

Loads of opportunities available to graduates. And in reality its a very secure business in terms of job security.

Worst:

It doesn't operate in a true competitive market being a regulated monopoly. So there can be times when the business does feel like it has a bit of 'fat' on it. Its not the most efficient business you will come across.

Graduate, at Cadent
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Best:

culture
working environment
training
support from management
career progression
self management
flexibility
descent pay

Worst:

driving if in operations

Graduate Engineer, Operations at Cadent
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Best:

There are plenty of fantastic development opportunities. It is a wonderful working environment because everyone is always willing to spare some time help across all hierarchical levels. The training offered is extremely comprehensive and there is a lot of support available for personal, as well as professional development. Volunteering opportunities also available for those who like giving back to communities. The 6 month rotational placements give you an opportunity to experience other areas of the business and its up to you to pitch for where you want to go.

Worst:

There scheme is not structured and set up to guide you through to chartership if that's something you're interested in. It will mostly be self driven albeit they're happy to pay for the fees and have mentors available. Migrating to a new business unit every six months means you have to leave by the time you start getting properly comfortable.

Graduate Engineer, Operations at Cadent
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Best:

Really big focus placed on personal development and making sure that that happens

Worst:

Quite stuck in its ways and bureaucratic, so making changes can often be difficult

Graduate, Operations at Cadent
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Best:

The business takes great care of its employees and invests a lot of time and effort in developing its employees as people in terms of their skills and knowledge.

Worst:

The company has a long history and brings with it a lot of red-tape, but this is now changing and improving.

Graduate Process Analyst, at Cadent
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Best:

Company ethics are fantastic. The business also has an excellent grasp on work/life balance and are keen for employees to be happy at work.

Worst:

At times, it can seem like separate departments are working in silos.

Innovation Graduate, Safety and Network Strategy at Cadent
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Worst:

At times, it can seem like separate departments are working in silos.

Electrical and Instrumentation, E&I at Cadent View »

Worst:

At times, it can seem like separate departments are working in silos.

Emergency Response Apprentice, Emergency Response at Cadent View »

Worst:

At times, it can seem like separate departments are working in silos.

Apprentice FCO, Emergency Response at Cadent View »

Worst:

At times, it can seem like separate departments are working in silos.

FCO, Apprentice/ Field Force at Cadent View »

Worst:

At times, it can seem like separate departments are working in silos.

Fco Apprentice, Fco at Cadent View »

Worst:

At times, it can seem like separate departments are working in silos.

Emergency Response, FCO at Cadent View »

Worst:

At times, it can seem like separate departments are working in silos.

Emergency Response, Emergency Response at Cadent View »

Worst:

At times, it can seem like separate departments are working in silos.

Electrical and Instrumentation Apprentice, E&I at Cadent View »

Worst:

At times, it can seem like separate departments are working in silos.

Emergency Response First Call Operative, Emergency Operations at Cadent View »

Worst:

At times, it can seem like separate departments are working in silos.

Emergency Response Apprenticeship, FCO at Cadent View »

Worst:

At times, it can seem like separate departments are working in silos.

Electrical Instrumentation Apprenticeship, Electrical at Cadent View »

Worst:

At times, it can seem like separate departments are working in silos.

Emergency Craft Person, Emergency First Response at Cadent View »

Worst:

At times, it can seem like separate departments are working in silos.

Repair Team Leader, Gas at Cadent View »

Worst:

At times, it can seem like separate departments are working in silos.

Electrical and Instrumentation Apprentice, E&I at Cadent View »

Worst:

At times, it can seem like separate departments are working in silos.

Emergency Response Trailblazer, Emergency Response at Cadent View »

Worst:

At times, it can seem like separate departments are working in silos.

First Call Operative, First Call Operative at Cadent View »

Worst:

At times, it can seem like separate departments are working in silos.

FCO, Apprentice fco at Cadent View »

Worst:

At times, it can seem like separate departments are working in silos.

Gas Repair Apprentice, Repair at Cadent View »

Worst:

At times, it can seem like separate departments are working in silos.

Electrical and Instrumentation Engineer, Operate and Maintain at Cadent View »

Worst:

At times, it can seem like separate departments are working in silos.

FCO- Gas Engineer, GAS ENGINEER at Cadent View »

Worst:

At times, it can seem like separate departments are working in silos.

Commercial Trainee, Commercial at Cadent View »

Worst:

At times, it can seem like separate departments are working in silos.

Commercial Trainee, IS Commercial and Procurement at Cadent View »

Worst:

At times, it can seem like separate departments are working in silos.

Level 3 Management Diploma, Connections at Cadent View »

Worst:

At times, it can seem like separate departments are working in silos.

Emergency First Call Operative, Emergency at Cadent View »

Worst:

At times, it can seem like separate departments are working in silos.

FCO Gas Craftsperson, Gas, FCO at Cadent View »

Worst:

At times, it can seem like separate departments are working in silos.

FCO, Fco at Cadent View »

Worst:

At times, it can seem like separate departments are working in silos.

Repair Team leader NW, NW at Cadent View »

Worst:

At times, it can seem like separate departments are working in silos.

Electrical and Instrumentation, E&I at Cadent View »

Worst:

At times, it can seem like separate departments are working in silos.

Lead Repair Engineer, Repair Engineer at Cadent View »

Worst:

At times, it can seem like separate departments are working in silos.

E and I Technician, Electrical and Instrumentation at Cadent View »

Worst:

At times, it can seem like separate departments are working in silos.

FCO, Emergency at Cadent View »

Worst:

At times, it can seem like separate departments are working in silos.

PC&S Apprentice, PC&S at Cadent View »

Worst:

At times, it can seem like separate departments are working in silos.

Emergency Response Operative, Gas at Cadent View »

Worst:

At times, it can seem like separate departments are working in silos.

Repair Team Leader, Repair at Cadent View »

Worst:

At times, it can seem like separate departments are working in silos.

Repair Apprentice, Repair at Cadent View »

Worst:

At times, it can seem like separate departments are working in silos.

FCO Emergency Response, FCO Emergency Response at Cadent View »

Worst:

At times, it can seem like separate departments are working in silos.

Repair Apprentice, Repair at Cadent View »

Worst:

At times, it can seem like separate departments are working in silos.

Trailblazer, Repair at Cadent View »

Worst:

At times, it can seem like separate departments are working in silos.

Repair and Replace Engineer, Repair and Replace at Cadent View »

Worst:

At times, it can seem like separate departments are working in silos.

Repair Apprenticeship, Repair at Cadent View »

Worst:

At times, it can seem like separate departments are working in silos.

Emergency Responder, FCO at Cadent View »

Worst:

At times, it can seem like separate departments are working in silos.

Electrical and Instrumentation, West Midlands E+I at Cadent View »

Worst:

At times, it can seem like separate departments are working in silos.

Repair, Gas at Cadent View »

Worst:

At times, it can seem like separate departments are working in silos.

Lead Engineer, Gas at Cadent View »

Worst:

At times, it can seem like separate departments are working in silos.

First Call Operative Apprenticeship, Emergency at Cadent View »

Worst:

At times, it can seem like separate departments are working in silos.

Repair Apprentice, Repair at Cadent View »

Worst:

At times, it can seem like separate departments are working in silos.

Emergency Response, Apprentice at Cadent View »

Worst:

At times, it can seem like separate departments are working in silos.

Emergency Response Apprentice, Emergency Response at Cadent View »

Worst:

At times, it can seem like separate departments are working in silos.

FCO, FCO at Cadent View »

Worst:

At times, it can seem like separate departments are working in silos.

First Call Operative, Operations at Cadent View »

Worst:

At times, it can seem like separate departments are working in silos.

PC&S apprentice, Gas engineer at Cadent View »

Worst:

At times, it can seem like separate departments are working in silos.

Fco, FCO at Cadent View »

Worst:

At times, it can seem like separate departments are working in silos.

FCO Apprentice, FCO at Cadent View »

Worst:

At times, it can seem like separate departments are working in silos.

Emergency Gas Engineer, FCO, Emergency Services at Cadent View »

Worst:

At times, it can seem like separate departments are working in silos.

First Call Operative, Emergency at Cadent View »

Worst:

At times, it can seem like separate departments are working in silos.

Gas Engineer, Repair at Cadent View »

Worst:

At times, it can seem like separate departments are working in silos.

E&I apprentice, Electrical and instrumentation at Cadent View »

Worst:

At times, it can seem like separate departments are working in silos.

Team Leader, Repair at Cadent View »

Worst:

At times, it can seem like separate departments are working in silos.

FCO Apprentice, Emergency response at Cadent View »

Worst:

At times, it can seem like separate departments are working in silos.

Repair, Gas Repair at Cadent View »

Worst:

At times, it can seem like separate departments are working in silos.

Fco, Emergency at Cadent View »

Worst:

At times, it can seem like separate departments are working in silos.

FCO, First Response at Cadent View »

Worst:

At times, it can seem like separate departments are working in silos.

FCO, Fieldforce at Cadent View »

Worst:

At times, it can seem like separate departments are working in silos.

First Call Operative, Gas at Cadent View »

Worst:

At times, it can seem like separate departments are working in silos.

FCO, HR/Operations at Cadent View »

Worst:

At times, it can seem like separate departments are working in silos.

Emergency Response First Call Operative, Engineer at Cadent View »

Worst:

At times, it can seem like separate departments are working in silos.

E&I, Operate and Maintain at Cadent View »

Worst:

At times, it can seem like separate departments are working in silos.

Trailblazer, Electrical and Instrumentation at Cadent View »

Worst:

At times, it can seem like separate departments are working in silos.

Repair Team Leader, Repair engineer at Cadent View »

Worst:

At times, it can seem like separate departments are working in silos.

Electrical and Instrumentation, E and I at Cadent View »

Worst:

At times, it can seem like separate departments are working in silos.

Gas Apprentice, Pressure Control & Storage at Cadent View »

Worst:

At times, it can seem like separate departments are working in silos.

Electrical and Instrumentation Apprentice, Electrical and Instrumentation Engineering at Cadent View »

Worst:

At times, it can seem like separate departments are working in silos.

FCO Apprentice, Operations at Cadent View »

Worst:

At times, it can seem like separate departments are working in silos.

Fco emergency, Field force appreciate at Cadent View »

Worst:

At times, it can seem like separate departments are working in silos.

First call operative, Apprenticeships at Cadent View »

Worst:

At times, it can seem like separate departments are working in silos.

Emergency Response Gas Engineer, Gas Distribution at Cadent View »

Worst:

At times, it can seem like separate departments are working in silos.

FCO, Gas at Cadent View »

Worst:

At times, it can seem like separate departments are working in silos.

First call operative, Emergency Response at Cadent View »

Worst:

At times, it can seem like separate departments are working in silos.

Emergency Responce Gas Engineer, Gas FCO at Cadent View »

Worst:

At times, it can seem like separate departments are working in silos.

FCO, at Cadent View »

Worst:

At times, it can seem like separate departments are working in silos.

FCO Emergency Response, Skills and Competence at Cadent View »

Worst:

At times, it can seem like separate departments are working in silos.

FCO apprenticeship, FCO emergency at Cadent View »

Worst:

At times, it can seem like separate departments are working in silos.

FCO, Gas at Cadent View »

Worst:

At times, it can seem like separate departments are working in silos.

FCO Apprentice, Gas Industry at Cadent View »

Worst:

At times, it can seem like separate departments are working in silos.

Emergency response, Gas at Cadent View »

Worst:

At times, it can seem like separate departments are working in silos.

Pressure, Control & Storage, Operate and Maintain at Cadent View »

Worst:

At times, it can seem like separate departments are working in silos.

Electrical & a Instrumentation, Electrical and Instrumentation at Cadent View »

Worst:

At times, it can seem like separate departments are working in silos.

Advanced modern apprenticeship in engineering, Electrical & Instrumentation at Cadent View »

Worst:

At times, it can seem like separate departments are working in silos.

Repair Apprentice, Repair at Cadent View »

Worst:

At times, it can seem like separate departments are working in silos.

First Call Operative Gas Engineer, Emergency Response at Cadent View »

Worst:

At times, it can seem like separate departments are working in silos.

First call operative, at Cadent View »

Worst:

At times, it can seem like separate departments are working in silos.

FCO, FCO at Cadent View »

Worst:

At times, it can seem like separate departments are working in silos.

Emergency Response Technician, Emergency at Cadent View »

Worst:

At times, it can seem like separate departments are working in silos.

Pressure, Control and Storage Apprenticeship, Operate and Maintain at Cadent View »

Worst:

At times, it can seem like separate departments are working in silos.

Cadent View »

Worst:

At times, it can seem like separate departments are working in silos.

Repair Team leader, Gas at Cadent View »

Worst:

At times, it can seem like separate departments are working in silos.

Emergency Response Operative, Field Force at Cadent View »

Worst:

At times, it can seem like separate departments are working in silos.

Emergency Response Apprentice, Emergency at Cadent View »

Worst:

At times, it can seem like separate departments are working in silos.

Cadent View »

Worst:

At times, it can seem like separate departments are working in silos.

First Call Operative, FCO at Cadent View »

Worst:

At times, it can seem like separate departments are working in silos.

First Control Operative, Field Force Engineer at Cadent View »

Worst:

At times, it can seem like separate departments are working in silos.

Repair Team leader, Repair at Cadent View »

Worst:

At times, it can seem like separate departments are working in silos.

Emergency response, at Cadent View »

Worst:

At times, it can seem like separate departments are working in silos.

Apprentice FC0, Gas at Cadent View »

Worst:

At times, it can seem like separate departments are working in silos.

FCO Apprentice, Emergency at Cadent View »

Worst:

At times, it can seem like separate departments are working in silos.

FCO Emergency Engineer, Gas Transporter at Cadent View »

Worst:

At times, it can seem like separate departments are working in silos.

First Call Operative (FCO), at Cadent View »

Worst:

At times, it can seem like separate departments are working in silos.

First Call Operative, at Cadent View »

Worst:

At times, it can seem like separate departments are working in silos.

Emergency Response, at Cadent View »

Worst:

At times, it can seem like separate departments are working in silos.

Emergency gas – Apprentice, Gas at Cadent View »

Worst:

At times, it can seem like separate departments are working in silos.

Emergency Response Apprentice, North london at Cadent View »

Worst:

At times, it can seem like separate departments are working in silos.

Emergency Response Engineer – Apprentice, Gas at Cadent View »

Worst:

At times, it can seem like separate departments are working in silos.

FCO Apprentice, at Cadent View »

Worst:

At times, it can seem like separate departments are working in silos.

First Call Operative, Gas Distribution at Cadent View »

Worst:

At times, it can seem like separate departments are working in silos.

Emergency Response Apprentice, Emergency Response at Cadent View »

Worst:

At times, it can seem like separate departments are working in silos.

FCO Apprentice, at Cadent View »

Worst:

At times, it can seem like separate departments are working in silos.

Gas Distribution Apprentice, PC & S at Cadent View »

Worst:

At times, it can seem like separate departments are working in silos.

Emergency Gas Engineer Apprentice, at Cadent View »

Worst:

At times, it can seem like separate departments are working in silos.

Apprentice – Pressure Control & Storage, Gas Distribution at Cadent View »

Worst:

At times, it can seem like separate departments are working in silos.

Pressure, Control and Storage. Operate and Maintain – Apprentice, PC&S at Cadent View »

Worst:

At times, it can seem like separate departments are working in silos.

First Call Operative Apprentice, FCO at Cadent View »

Worst:

At times, it can seem like separate departments are working in silos.

FCO, Gas Distribution at Cadent View »

Worst:

At times, it can seem like separate departments are working in silos.

Emergency Response, GD at Cadent View »

Worst:

At times, it can seem like separate departments are working in silos.

Apprentice – Gas Distribution, at Cadent View »

Worst:

At times, it can seem like separate departments are working in silos.

Apprentice – Pressure Control & Storage, Gas Distribution at Cadent View »

Worst:

At times, it can seem like separate departments are working in silos.

Apprentice E&I, Electrical and Instrumentation at Cadent View »

Worst:

At times, it can seem like separate departments are working in silos.

Apprentice – Emergency Response, at Cadent View »

Worst:

At times, it can seem like separate departments are working in silos.

First Call Operative Emergency Response – Apprentice, Gas Emergency at Cadent View »

Worst:

At times, it can seem like separate departments are working in silos.

Apprentice – First Call Operative, Emergency Response at Cadent View »

Worst:

At times, it can seem like separate departments are working in silos.

Emergency Response Apprenticeship, Gas Distribution at Cadent View »

Worst:

At times, it can seem like separate departments are working in silos.

Emergency Response Apprentice, Gas Distribution at Cadent View »