Careers

Sure we’re an energy company. But the real energy in our organisation comes from our people. And we’re always looking for more of that energy – people with enthusiasm, people with drive, people with that spark.

So talk to us today to see why a career with ActewAGL offers more than you thought possible.


Why work for ActewAGL?

ActewAGL has a long standing relationship and proud reputation as an integral part of the Canberra Community, so we understand what life here is all about.

Our work environment and benefits support your health, family and personal needs, so that you can focus on what you really want to get out of life. We offer a true balance of a rewarding lifestyle-oriented career with a successful organisation.

Work-life balance – we offer a range of flexible working arrangements to suit your lifestyle.

Attractive pay – competitive pay including 15% superannuation and income protection insurance which provides our employees with regular and ongoing income benefits in the event of long term injury or illness.

Staff rewards scheme – recognising, valuing and rewarding excellence in the workplace.

Career development – we offer a study assistance program so you can continue your studies in your chosen profession; and a range of development and leadership programs to help our employees develop and grow.

About our ethics

ActewAGL is committed to equal employment opportunity, equity, diversity and maintaining high levels of operational health and safety within our workforce and community.

Selection of a new employee is based on the relative abilities of the applicant to perform the duties of the job. This includes:

  • experience
  • knowledge
  • abilities
  • qualifications
  • personal qualities and
  • the potential to develop them.

We ensure every job vacancy is a fair and open competition by providing the same selection criteria and information about the selection process to all applicants.

Our decisions to hire are made without discrimination and in keeping with the ACT Discrimination Act 1991.