Innovation Engagement Manager - KTP Associate

£30,000 - £34,000

Glasgow, City of Glasgow - 21 months

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Job description

This is an exciting opportunity for an ambitious candidate with established business experience and a strong supporting academic background to further develop their career by working on a 21-month Knowledge Transfer Partnership (KTP) project between SSEN Transmission and the University of Strathclyde. The role will be key in driving the implementation of business strategy through establishing a highly engaged innovation culture within the employees; essential to the business successfully delivering on its strategic objective to support the transition to a low carbon economy and Net Zero.

Project description

To embed engaging work practices, flexible management processes and systemic capacity for the effective implementation of strategy and innovation initiatives that result in business targets being exceeded, particularly for decarbonisation.

About the business

SSEN Transmission is part of the SSE Group, responsible for the electricity transmission network in the north of Scotland. As the Transmission Owner (TO), SSEN Transmission maintains and invests in the high voltage 132kV, 220kV, 275kV and 400kV electricity transmission network in the north of Scotland. The network consists of underground and subsea cables, overhead lines on wooden and composite poles and steel towers, and electricity substations, extending over a quarter of the UK’s land mass crossing some of its most challenging terrain. The region has a vast renewable resource with most of the generation in the area coming from either wind or hydro resources which ensures a safe and reliable supply to meet local demand and for onwards transport to the rest of the UK.

Management Productivity

Innovation

Masters Degree, ideally an MBA

13 January 2022

13 February 2022

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This is an exciting opportunity for an ambitious candidate with established business experience and a strong supporting academic background to further develop their career by working on a 21-month Knowledge Transfer Partnership (KTP) project between SSEN Transmission and the University of Strathclyde. The role will be key in driving the implementation of business strategy through establishing a highly engaged innovation culture within the employees; essential to the business successfully delivering on its strategic objective to support the transition to a low carbon economy and Net Zero.