Training the Future
One of NOJA Power’s core values is innovation, and we bring innovation to the electricity distribution grid in more ways than one. Committed to education and training, we are developing the next generation of NOJA Power.
Together, we imagine, design and build the future of electricity distribution switchgear.
Our long-standing cadetship program allows undergraduate Engineering, Business and Accounting students to complete their studies while working for NOJA Power part-time throughout their degrees. Designed to develop their practical skills and fast-track their career with professional experience, the cadets are guaranteed a position at NOJA Power upon completion of their studies and receive bonuses to cover their tuition.
Adding to the innovative capabilities of NOJA Power distribution equipment, Synchrophasor technology was imagined and designed through university, industry and government collaboration. NOJA Power sponsors five PhD student at The University of Queensland and Deakin University (Victoria, Australia) to research and analyse better ways to connect and manage large scale renewable energy grid connections. This collaboration resulted in the RC-20 Synchrophasor capability, providing high-resolution readings of distribution powerlines and allows for control algorithms to respond to rapid changes in network parameters.
With 65% of NOJA Power staff with vocational or no tertiary qualifications, NOJA Power is also committed to education outside of university studies. Employing multiple apprentices across several departments, our apprenticeship program offers the opportunity to gain a qualification whilst working full-time. In late 2021, NOJA Power initiated an Administration Traineeship to support a Technical and Further Education (TAFE) student for a two-year program to complete a Business Administration certification. These programs ensure that all departments are supported and bringing new people and ideas to continue innovating the industry.
Bringing reliable energy in over 104 countries, international interns frequent our Brisbane Headquarters from around the world. Bruno Kimura began his career with NOJA Power as an international work experience student. Fast forward over a decade, Bruno is the Managing Director of NOJA Power Brazil and graduated from Harvard Business School through the sponsorship and support of NOJA Power.
“For 20 years NOJA Power has been committed to training youth and providing opportunities for growth through our business. Our first two employees ever were electrical apprentices, and we're very proud to have offered and trained hundreds of NOJA Power staff over the last 20 years through electrical apprenticeships, engineering cadetships, administration cadetships, MBA programs and PhD scholarships.” says NOJA Power Group Managing Director, Neil O’Sullivan.
To join an innovative, international company transforming the electrical distribution grid with advanced, safe and reliable equipment, check out our current vacancies here.
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