Careers in IUS

IUS offers excellent career opportunities in engineering, technical, administrative and management roles throughout the UK.

We are always keen to hear from candidates with a passion for the industry we operate within and the customers we serve.


IUS is a growing business, with excellent career prospects and is currently recruiting for the following roles.

As a Cable Jointer in this role, you will be involved in all aspects of work on DNO and our clients' underground cable networks. You will have working experience on both private and DNO electricity networks, preferably on both LV and HV experience. You should have a high regard for safety and a flexible approach to working hours, travel and work location is a must.


Reporting to the Operations Manager, you will provide active on-site management and dispensing of duties under the CDM Principle Contractor role.


Reporting to the Operations Manager you will plan, develop and deliver overhead line projects ensuring they are delivered safely, to a quality standard and to the satisfaction of the client.


Reporting to the Resource Manager, you will supervise all aspects of Overhead Lines work. This includes setting colleagues workload, control and management of safe working practices, driving productivity and efficiencies and providing technical assistance onsite.


A Tendering and Estimating Technician is required to provide accurate and efficient cost estimates mainly for Multi Utility projects located within the UK. This is a great opportunity for an enthusiastic individual who is looking to develop and grow within IUS. 


A Design Manager is required to lead and develop a multi-skilled team of engineering colleagues to deliver the detailed designs for all workstream areas and to drive the provision of an enhanced level of support to the Operations team to ensure all relevant contractual obligations are met.


A fully trained and experienced LE1+ Linesperson is required. The successful candidate will be able to demonstrate a full working knowledge of both LV and HV DNO overhead systems.


A Senior Authorised Person is primarily responsible for the planning and safe operational delivery of work across all IUS workstreams, on NPg and IUS Privately Controlled Networks. The activities include switching, issuing safety documents, setting staff to work and the safe control of networks. The role also includes responding to customer faults and participating in the IUS standby rota. 


IUS is currently in search of a Tendering and Estimating Electrical Engineer to provide accurate and efficient cost estimates for projects located mainly within the UK. Reporting into the Tendering and Estimating Manager, the main responsibilities of this role will be to produce tenders, quotations and secure orders associated with all IUS workstreams.


We offer competitive salaries and packages as well as opportunities for colleagues to develop and grow.


The Employee's Duties

All employees of the company have a duty to give their best and always act so as to protect the company’s interests. Everyone is expected to carry out all reasonable instructions from their managers and supervisors, to observe company policies, procedures and rules that are laid down. This is to ensure efficient working and to secure the safety of themselves, fellow employees and the public.

All employees have an obligation to our customers, Berkshire Hathaway Energy Company, fellow employees and to the public generally, and are expected not to do anything that could adversely affect the good name and reputation of the company or of colleagues.

Dealings with Suppliers

IUS encourages suppliers to operate their businesses with sustainability built in. The goal is to maintain the consumption of natural resources within the limits of their replenishment. Social issues, such as avoiding the exploitation of humans and other living things, are also an important part of business ethics. IUS requires suppliers to consider the consequences of their actions on those involved. The company reserves the right to question suppliers as to the social and ethical issues related to products/services they provide.

Code of Conduct and Business Ethics

It is right that our employees are aware of the standards of behaviour that the company expects from them and that they follow them. This reflects the company’s approach to the way we do business and the conduct that is seen as being appropriate on the part of our employees. This statement summarises the company’s position on a number of significant aspects of employee conduct including the standards of behaviour and ethical behaviour that is expected.

The company is committed to achieving the highest ethical standards, which include the establishment of a culture where any wrongdoing or violation of our code of conduct is not permitted. This includes unethical or illegal acts, malpractice or mismanagement (including suspected fraud, impropriety or environmental mismanagement).

Ethical behaviour is defined as being a matter of spirit and intent characterised and applied in accordance with principles of honest dealing, respect for natural justice and constant regard for the good name of the business. It is relevant to all business practices and personal conduct.

Each person has the responsibility to report any instances of wrongdoing or violation of this code in line with our Code of Practice, Guidance on Speaking Up.