Jacobs recruit to support UK & Ireland climate response

Jacobs recruits 600 people to respond to UK and Ireland’s ambitious climate response goals for energy transition and decarbonisation.
The new jobs will supercharge the drive to reduce dependence on imported fossil fuels including: furthering renewable energy solutions, such as pioneering the use of hydrogen, where Jacobs is assisting RWE with a feasibility study into green hydrogen production; supporting existing nuclear power stations, as well as the Hinkley Point C new build, small modular and advanced modular reactors, and fusion power; developing long-, medium- and short-duration energy storage solutions to balance the increased renewables on the system; continuing to augment the electricity and gas transmission and distribution networks, integrating multi-regional electrical interconnectors; and developing the networks for the future.
There are full and part-time vacancies throughout UK and Ireland, with most of the roles also suitable for flexible and hybrid working.
Jacobs recently elevated Climate Response within its 2022 to 2024 company strategy – placing greater significance on the delivery of integrated solutions for energy transition, decarbonisation, adaptation and resilience and natural resource stewardship. It also released its updated Climate Action Plan, outlining how to address climate change by working with clients, communities and partners for a brighter tomorrow.

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