ESB Graduate Development Programme 2019

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The objective of the ESB Graduate Development Programme is to launch you on a fast track to career success. Working with ESB, you will be part of a team in a culture that thrives on teamwork and innovation.

They have developed a Graduate Development Programme which includes:

  • Structured rotations
  • Challenging assignments
  • Robust learning and development
  • Experience working on major projects
  • Exposure to different aspects of the business;
  • A mentor who will help you on your career journey.

ESB has a number of exciting opportunities for graduates across a broad range of disciplines including Engineering, Finance, IT, Business and Marketing. Learn more about their global reach and diverse range of business units.

Applications for the 2019 Graduate Development Programme are now open until 24 October 2018. You can apply to the Graduate Programme here.

Who is ESB?

ESB is Ireland’s foremost energy company. They have been supplying power to industry, communities, and individuals for over 90 years. Through innovation, expertise, and investment, they are leading the way in developing smart and sustainable energy systems to meet the demands of modern life, both at home and overseas, making them a vital part of building a brighter future.

Why Join ESB?

ESB is a company that really cares about its people. You will have the opportunity to work in a diverse and innovative organisation and be part of a wide and varied team. You will receive a competitive salary and benefits package and be supported to achieve your personal and career development goals.

Your Graduate Career

As a Graduate in ESB, you will be part of a winning team in a culture that thrives on teamwork and innovation. Their structured programme encourages graduates to build on their passions and individual skills. They will support you in shaping your future career through challenging and rewarding work enhanced by continuous learning and development.


Gemma Creagh

Aldi Graduate Placement Programme
€22m investment in early-career research


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