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Power and Energy Jobs

If you are a job seeker on the journey to your next Power and Energy job then you can be reassured that you have come to the right place.

We are a global recruitment business specialising in the Power and Energy sector, working to match energy companies with the right candidates. Specifically our clients work across solar power, wind power, biomass, energy from waste and hydro-power.

If you are a skilled technical engineer then we want to hear from you. We work with temporary and permanent candidates across the UK and wider international market.

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Even if you can't find the right role today, that doesn't mean that the right one isn't just around the corner.

Register on our website, upload your CV and sign up to our job alerts and we will get to work on finding you that new role.

You can also search our Power roles below or use the search tool above to narrow your search by discipline and location Happy job hunting!


  1. Substation Team Leader


    Area: Greater London

    Sector: Power

    Salary: £79k - 90k per year

  2. LV Design Engineer

    LV Design Engineer

    Area: Warrington

    Sector: Power

    Salary: Salary DOE

  3. Plant Design Engineer


    Area: West Midlands

    Sector: Power

    Salary: ,

Work with the best clients

World class companies come to us for interim and permanent roles in the main disciplines of construction, mechanical and electrical, design engineering, project management and commissioning.

Power industry growth

Our knowledge and experience in the Power and Energy Sector tells us that job opportunities in this industry will continue to grow as the world looks at cleaner, greener and more efficient power solutions.

To discuss your Power and Energy job needs or our service call us on +44 (0) 1925 907000 or email recruit@firstrg.com.

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