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Teach English in Spain – Start in January

Meddeas

Teach English in Spain in September with Meddeas, which offers paid yearlong positions in different schools in Spain.

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Helping you find a career in Energy & utilities

We’d be totally lost without energy and utilities, roaming around in dark homes with no running water or heating. This industry is responsible for delivering water and power to our homes, so it’s imperative to our daily lives and needs to be reliable.

The energy and utility industry consists of a collection of companies that all have different responsibilities relating to the sourcing and supply of water and electricity in the UK. This means that your work will likely somehow be related to: providing clean water, generating electricity, delivering electricity or sourcing/buying energy.

The industry is also rapidly developing as our growing population means there is a larger demand for energy. In response to this, and wider global environmental issues, there is more work within renewable energy than ever before. In this field of work you would be researching and implementing renewable energy sources such as wind turbines, solar panels and hydroelectric plants.

Energy demand isn’t going to decrease, so it’s a pretty reliable industry to enter in terms of job security. There are plenty of opportunities for those who are eager and willing to learn new skills.


Skills & interests you'll need
There are a variety of skills required for the energy and utilities industry. Your work may also require you to be flexible in terms of location during projects that will involve working away from home.

It will be helpful for you to have an interest in STEM subjects, as most of this work is science-based rather than creative.
- Communication
- Health and safety
- Problem Solving
- Teamwork
How to get Energy & utilities internships, work experience or placements
Many energy and utility apprenticeships will not require much work experience as training is largely done on the job. However, a lot of this work will involve working with customers or clients so any experience in customer-facing roles will benefit you.
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