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We’re powering change to build a better world of energy. A role with SSE – the leading developer and operator of low-carbon electricity in the UK and Ireland – is an opportunity to build a rewarding career and a way to help build a world that’s cleaner, greener, and fairer for all. We’re investing over £12.5bn in the next 5 years on major projects – 
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24 January 2022
What makes work fair? As we continue to build an inclusive and welcoming culture for all who work in SSE, we recently caught up with Aileen McLeod, our Director of Business Planning & Commercial for SSEN Transmission and member of the Scottish Government’s Fair Work Convention advisory body, to reflect on what makes work fair: Read the full article:

What's the best thing about being a SSE Apprentice?

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SSE Apprenticeships: Our strengths-based approach

There are no minimum entry requirements for apprentices Over 1700 people have come through our Apprenticeship programmes since 2010. As we move in to a new decade, we’re taking a brand-new approach. No more grades, no more entry requirements. We’re looking for Apprentices who can demonstrate the seven key strengths we know they'll need to be successful: Drive, Ownership, Resilience, Learning Agility, Safety, Social Adaptability and Collaboration. It’s as simple as that.

Switching high carbon for greener careers

SSE broke new ground to be the first company to publish a “Just Transition” plan in November last year. Today the independent commission set up to advise the Scottish Government on how to manage the transition to reaching it’s 2045 net-zero target called for it to be “national mission with social justice at its heart”. We know the value of the skills people from traditionally high carbon industries have and how they can play a part in SSE’s low carbon future. Find out more:
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