CAREER TRANSITION ROADMAP
Energy jobs offer promising opportunities, whether you are an experienced worker or just starting your career. These jobs are active, hands-on, rewarding, and available in every state, in an industry that is stable and growing. The energy industry is working collaboratively creating and enhancing new positions and working now to develop programs to attract and train new workers for energy-related generation, transmission, and distribution careers.
GET INFORMATION ON KEY JOBS IN THE ENERGY INDUSTRY
The energy industry is a vibrant, growing workforce, even during uncertain economic times. These key jobs represent approximately 44% of the energy industry workforce. For many of these positions, apprenticeships or on-the-job training is provided once hired by the company. Go deeper to learn more about a few of the more specific positions that you may want to consider:
- Utility Technicians
- Plant Operators
- Gas Technicians
- Security Officers
- Nuclear Careers
Click here to review veteran fact sheets for some of these jobs
In addition to the key jobs listed above, the energy industry also hires for many other jobs, including (but not limited to) the following. Click on each job to learn more. Most of the jobs below require the ability to shift priorities, analytical and problem solving skills, as well as the ability to work with others.
- Information Technology
- Supply Chain/Logistics
- Human Resources
- Project Management
- Customer Service
- Power Systems Operations
APPRENTICESHIPS IN THE ENERGY INDUSTRY
The energy industry offers a host of apprenticeship programs that prepare men and women for dynamic, rewarding, and well-paying careers that power life. Click here to find out more.
ENERGY INDUSTRY COMPETENCY MODEL
The Energy Industry Competency Model and the Energy Industry Contractor Competency Model will provide you with in-depth information on the competencies needed for many of the positions essential to our industry’s success.