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Careers

Delivering strong customer service and safe and reliable power supplies are key drivers behind Horizon Power's progressive business.

At Horizon Power, we strive to deliver safe and reliable power supplies to more than 42,500 regional customers.

Horizon Power has a workforce of more than 400 people who are committed to delivering energy products and services in regional Western Australia. Horizon Power staff work in an agile, professional and engaging manner.

In order to apply for work at Horizon Power, you must have the right to work in Australia.

Working with Horizon Power

At Horizon Power, we care about our people and want them to be happy at work and at home. We offer great conditions, including regional allowances, relocation assistance, salary sacrificing options, study assistance and training and development.

Horizon Power's workforce is largely based in the regional centres of Karratha, Port Hedland, Kununurra, Broome, Carnarvon and Esperance.

Administration, strategy, governance, systems development and some retail functions are based in our Perth office. Horizon Power supports employees who want to move within different parts of the business.

Horizon Power is committed to due diligence when it comes to safety and protecting the environment and our State's heritage.

We embrace change and new ideas, we respect individuals and we ensure everyone has the opportunity to succeed.

And because we are a relatively small business you will be able to make a difference - you are not just a number.

In return, we expect our staff to be agile, professional and engaged in the workplace. Innovation is always encouraged because we believe in doing things better rather than the way it has always been done.

Horizon Power is committed to the needs of our regional customers and creating intergenerational assets from our activities to benefit the communities in which we operate.

Current Opportunities

View and apply for our current career opportunities.

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Last updated: Friday, 11 May 2012 2:59 PM