TenneT

TenneT

TenneT ensures a reliable supply of electricity to more than 42 million end-users, 24/7, 365 days a year. As a European Transmission System Operator with a key role in energy transition, TenneT designs, builds, maintains and operates the high-voltage grid in the Netherlands and large parts of Germany. TenneT works on so many challenging projects that we are always looking for talent with a passion for energy.

Purpose, Promise and Principles

Our Principles are the rules we live by at TenneT influencing how we communicate and how we behave, the decisions we make and how we work with others, both in and outside TenneT. They will support us living up to our Purpose and Promise, and are what we want people to recognise us for as we become a more flexible learning organisation.

Our principles
Ownership

To transform TenneT we need more ownership. Be responsible for your words, actions and decisions. And create a safe working environment together.

Courage
To transform TenneT we need more courage. Be honest, open and clear about what you think. Dare to make decisions, take initiative and be prepared to learn from mistakes.

Connection
To transform TenneT we need more connection. Get personally involved, work actively with others, respect different opinions and accept differences and diversity.

Are you the kind of talent who, together with some 6000 colleagues, will contribute to the energy transition? Then take a look at www.werkenbijtennet.nl and find your internship, graduation assignment or starter job  and join our mission!

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TenneT workshop: challenges of supply chain management in the energy transition

Supply Chain Management within TenneT: It's our challenge to enable TenneT to realise its strategic goals: delivering the ever increasing investment portfolio as promised and to keep our security of supply as high as possible, by focusing on and developing high supply chain performance in excellent collaboration with our internal clients and with our external partners: affordable, reliable and renewable.

It will be an interactive session about Supply Chain Management within TenneT and the challenges it brings. We will give you insight into the problems and challenges and invite you on these topics under the supervision of a steering committee. During this workshop you will get a good idea of what day-to-day operations are like within TenneT's Supply Chain Management. This is achieved by tackling a current challenge together with fellow students within the principles in which TenneT has to carry out its work.