Graduate Critical National Infrastructure (CNI) Analyst, IS

National Grid
£27,500 Bachelors / £28,500 Masters
11 Jan 2019
17 Jan 2019
Skilled Trades
Contract Type
Full Time
Salary:£27,500 Bachelors / £28,500 Masters

End of Placement Location:Warwick

Closing Date:16th January 2019

About You
  • You must have, or be predicted to gain, a 2:2 degree classification or above in the one of the following subjects: STEM andComputer Science degree.
  • This programme consists of rotational placements and therefore you must be willing to relocate as and when the programme requires.

About the Role

You can put your knowledge of computer languages and operations to find and fix problems in large computer networks, such as network communications errors, storage problems, and malfunctioning server platforms on the Critical National Infrastructure (CNI) Graduate Programme. The grid that runs the UK's gas and electricity flow is a core part of our business and integral to UK plc. You will be working with many teams that support these key systems; specialising in diagnosing and solving problems in the complex, innovative, reliable and secure technology that empowers National Grid in a fast-changing energy industry.

Key Tasks and Areas of Work

You will be based in the CNI team whose role is to ensure that our systems enable National Grid to 'keep the lights on'. The CNI team support all systems used by the Control Rooms to manage gas and electricity around the UK.You could be working with any of the following teams:
  • Monitoring - looking after our critical systems and monitoring activity in the control rooms
  • Asset health - making sure our systems remain fit for purpose
  • Applications - working with team looking after the applications in the control rooms
  • Infrastructure - looking after the underlying platforms which support our applications

Being an analytical thinker with a passion for challenges and problem solving, you'll be good at working with all of the above teams and can respond well to crisis.


Working in the IS department means you could be working with third party suppliers or National Grid business users. The role that technology plays is wide reaching and touches every working person every day. You will be working with people that look after the systems that support the critical role that National Grid plays in the UK energy market, not just for energy delivery today, but into the future.

Disabilities and Reasonable Adjustments

If you consider yourself to have a disability, long term health condition and/or require any reasonable adjustments to complete any part of our application process, please make us aware as soon as possible so we can make the relevant adjustments.

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Telephone:01926 654630


Due to the sensitive nature of this role, if your application is successful, you may be required to undergo National Security Vetting in addition to the standard background checks National Grid carry out. If these additional security checks are required, you may need to evidence that you have resided in the UK for the last 3 years. National Security Vetting is carried out by a third-party provider, UK Security Vetting ("UKSV"), which is part of the UK Government. More information about UKSV's use of your personal data can be found on their website [].

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