“IPTO talent”: Employment opportunities offered to young scientists by IPTO

An initiative of the Operator to decelerate brain drain

The Independent Power Transmission Operator (IPTO) announces the launch of the “IPTO talent” program, which offers employment opportunities to young scientists, supporting the effort to stop the brain drain, i.e. young and highly qualified human resources leaving Greece to work abroad.

IPTO’s new talent attraction program is aimed at Electrical Engineers, Mechanical Engineers and IT graduates, with little (up to two years) or no work experience, by giving them the opportunity to start their professional careers in the high-quality working environment of IPTO. 

The 10 most suitable candidates, who will be selected based on individual interviews and transparent evaluation procedures, will join IPTO’s human resources with a salaried full-time one-year relationship, and will work on an equal number of new projects of the Operator, gaining significant knowledge and experience from different fields of its activity. 

The new employees will receive introductory training and guidance by experienced IPTO officials, and they will also be tested in various jobs either in the Central Services or in Energy Control Centers, before joining the teams that will undertake the implementation of the 10 new projects.

The submission of applications for participation in the “IPTO talent” program started today, through a well-known online recruitment platform, and will last until February 9. 

The required formal qualifications of the candidates are:

• Domestic or foreign equivalent, legally recognized academic qualification or bachelor’s degree in Electrical Engineering or Mechanical Engineering or IT.
• Master’s degree relevant to the requested specializations. 
• Professional Engineer license in the same specialty as the one of the degree.
• Excellent command of the English language.

You can find more information and apply at: https://apply.workable.com/admie/?lng=el