Our employees define who we are…their strengths, skills and dedication are the basis for our success. At Newfoundland Power, we have a
responsibility - people depend on us to keep the lights on. For us, working here means something. From braving the elements to repair damaged
electrical equipment in the middle of a snow storm to answering customer inquiries on energy efficiency rebates, everyone has a role to play
and everyone contributes.
We offer an array of career choices that are both diverse and challenging. The majority of availability is for the professions listed below,
but we are always looking for talented individuals who could make a difference in our Company. Sign up for our career alerts to ensure you are
up-to-date on the latest availabilities at Newfoundland Power. We want to hear from you.
Engineers are leaders in all aspects of asset management, design, construction, operation and maintenance of the Company's equipment and assets.
They also play an integral role in the project management and contract administration of projects involving our electricity system and assets.
Electrical and Civil Technologists work with state-of-the-art computerized systems and equipment to provide technical leadership to construction
crews and contractors.
Power Line Technicians
PLTs are responsible for building and maintaining the province's transmission and distribution power lines. They are involved in connecting new
customers to the province's electricity system, as well as completing maintenance and upgrades to ensure it remains operating safely and efficiently.
Industrial Electricians are involved in the construction and maintenance of our substations and hydroelectric generating plants. They work on
protection and control, metering, and automation equipment in high voltage environments.
If your background or interests lie more with the business side of things, there are several diverse career paths you could choose to pursue.
Whether your passionate about finance, human resources, information technology or marketing, we’ve got choices! Not to mention progressive
professional development and future opportunities for advancement.