Senior Consultant in Power Systems (Dublin)



TNEI is a specialist, vibrant consulting company that has been at the forefront of providing expert technical advice to electricity network companies, renewable energy developers, regulators and funding institutions all over the world for more than 20 years.  By nurturing the top talent in the energy industry we’ve built a solid reputation of developing innovative solutions and solving complex problems associated with achieving net zero.  We offer a fast-paced learning environment with excellent career development opportunities. Join us and become part of the net zero energy revolution.


TNEI is looking to recruit a bright and driven consultant with several years of professional experience, specifically to work on a diverse range of projects within the energy industry. This exciting new role will provide the successful candidate with an opportunity to develop a career within the renewable energy industry with exposure to a wide range of projects and activities. In particular, the candidate would be able to develop their contacts within utility companies, as well as get involved with delivering world-first innovation work and deliver these projects as part of a specialised team of experts.

The primary role is to deliver a range of technical and commercial projects that span across power system planning, operation, innovation and technology. The role requires experience in leading technical and commercial projects and a strong understanding of the technical performance and technical analysis of the Irish power system, energy policy and regulation.


  • Deliver projects to a high level of technical competency.
  • Manage large, complex, and multiple projects acting as Project Manager where required.
  • Support the management and development of client relationships and partnerships with other consultancies and industry bodies.
  • Support the preparation of tenders, proposals and submissions.
  • Review and supervise work of junior staff.
  • Where required, represent TNEI Ireland at conferences, webinars, exhibits and industry working groups.


  • 5+ years’ experience in power systems of related field.
  • Electronic/Electrical Engineering degree, or equivalent.
  • Excellent technical skills and knowledge of power system modelling and analysis techniques.
  • Proven experience carrying out power system analysis and proficient in PSSe simulation package.
  • Ability to guide, persuade and influence through developed skills of communication and diplomacy.
  • Excellent interpersonal skills and adapts a suitable approach when dealing with internal and external parties.
  • Strong analytical and problem-solving skills.
  • Strong oral and written communication skills.
  • Commercial awareness and up to date with energy policy and regulation.
  • Excellent organisational skills and the ability to multitask and prioritise under pressure of deadlines, while working independently.
  • Strong collaboration skills.
  • Legally able to work in Ireland


  • Knowledge of electricity markets.
  • Developed capability in carrying out dynamic analysis, harmonic analysis and EMT studies.
  • Experience in the use of one or more of the following software packages: DIgSILENT Power Factory, IPSA, ETAP, PSCAD, EMTP-ATP.
  • Experience in the use of Python.
  • Experience performing Cost Benefit Analysis, Least Worst Regret, and working with financial metrics such as NPV, IRR, payback period etc.
  • An understanding and familiarity of key players within the Irish energy industry.
  • A keen sense of the future challenges facing the Irish energy sector.



  • Excellent professional and personal development opportunities.
  • A flexible approach to working subject to business needs and requirements.
  • Discretionary annual performance-based bonus.
  • Company contributory pension scheme.
  • Support towards achieving professional qualifications.
  • CPD and training opportunities and support.
  • Cycle to work scheme.
  • 25 days annual leave.
  • Paid professional subscriptions.  


Competitive and based on experience. 


Please send your CV and cover letter explaining why you are suitable for the role, and any previous experience to

Applications will close on 30th January 2022 with interviews to follow.


TNEI promotes equal opportunities and supports suitably qualified and eligible candidates regardless of sex, race, disability, age, sexual orientation, gender reassignment, religion or belief, marital status, pregnancy or maternity/paternity.